FIVE STAR CLIFF HOUSE HOTEL NEAR DUNGARVAN
Cliff House Hotel in Ardmore provides guests with Five Star luxury in each of our 39 hotel rooms. Each room faces the sea where you can view dolphins playing, fishermen checking lobster pots and the golden sands of Ardmore.
Many visitors take advantage of dining at our Michelin Star House restaurant, which is the only Michelin starred restaurant outside Dublin. The Well by The Sea is our star attraction on premises because of its view and highly recommended spa treatments.
Visitors regularly stay with us to experience the Waterford Greenway which connects Dungarvan and Waterford City. The Waterford Greenway is an old rail line which has become Ireland’s longest off road walking and cycling trail. In total, the Waterford Greenway is a 46 kilometers trail across eleven bridges, three viaducts and a 400 metre tunnel. A great day out to work up an appetite for excellent cuisine and treatment in the spa on return to the Cliff House Hotel.
Our Midweek Getaway is our best value package – perfect for couples seeking a getaway near Dungarvan. This package includes:
- Two night stay in a Deluxe Sea View Room
- Three course meal in our Bar restaurant on one night
- 20% discount on spa treatments once booked seven days in advance
View Our Mid Week Package For The Perfect Escape By The Sea
Our Midweek Getaway is our best value package and is the ideal option for that much needed ‘timeout’. Our Midweek Getaway includes:
- Two night accommodation in a Deluxe Sea View Room
- Three course dinner on one evening
- 20% off all spa treatments once booked seven days in advance
RENTING BICYCLES FOR WATERFORD GREENWAY FROM DUNGARVAN
The Waterford Greenway is a 46km off-road cycling and walking trail along an old railway line between Waterford and Dungarvan.
Waterford Greenway Bike Hire have a depot on Sexton Street in Dungarvan. There is plenty of free parking available in the area. Shuttle buses operate from Kilmacthomas and Waterford City, so you can choose how far you want to cycle.
HISTORY OF DUNGARVAN
Dungarvan in County Waterford is a harbour town, very popular for family holidays. There are many attractions including golf clubs, fishing, cycling, cooking schools and lots more.
Stone age settlements have been discovered here. Dungarvan was home to wooly mammoths 40,000 years ago and is the only place in Ireland where Mammoth bones have been excavated. The name ‘Dungarvan’ is taken from Saint Garbhan who founded a church there in the seventh century.