Marlfield House Hotel

Classic, tranquil, indulgent

R742, Co. Wexford, Ireland


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At a Glance

Located just over an hour from Dublin, Marlfield House is the perfect getaway for couples and foodies alike.

Indagare Loves

  • The Morland Suite and Master Suite
  • Marlfield’s kitchen garden and restaurant
  • Woodland walks


Marlfield House Hotel may actually be the perfect Irish country house, and located just an hour and 15 minutes from Dublin, it’s great for a first or last stop on any itinerary. Owned by the Bowe family, it was turned into a hotel in 1978 and is still run by daughters Margaret and Laura. With just 19 rooms, the property is intimate and cozy. The restaurant is actually one of the focal points of the property, with produce grown on-property and with wild salmon, lamb, mussels and beef coming from local purveyors.

Of the 19 rooms, the six suites in the new wing are the best. Each is individually decorated in a traditional style with luxurious fabrics, handpicked antiques and period paintings. High ceilings are a feature of all of the ground floor suites. While staying at Marlfield, fox hunting, links and parkland golf, archery, horseback riding, beach and woodland walks are all popular activities. However, it is also a wonderful spot to simply relax and read a good book while indulging in delicious food and wine.

Who Should Stay

Couples or families with older children. The property is not conducive to having young kids and would feel uncomfortable in such an adult environment. Those who must have a spa will be disappointed.

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