See why so many travellers make Faythe Guesthouse their guest house of choice when visiting Wexford. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Faythe Guesthouse offers guests free wifi.
The guest house features a concierge, express check-in and check-out, and outdoor furniture. Plus, Faythe Guesthouse offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Close to some of Wexford's most popular landmarks, such as Keyser's Lane (0.4 mi) and Franciscan Friary (0.4 mi), Faythe Guesthouse is a great destination for tourists.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to D'lush Cafe, Trimmers Lane Cafe, or The Red Kettle, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Faythe Guesthouse.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Republican Garden of Remembrance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Faythe Guesthouse as you experience all of the things Wexford has to offer.
What we liked -- the clean and comfortable room, the food, the hosts, the location, the parking and wi-fi. Damian was a great source of information. The highlight was the breakfast - Siobhan makes 3-4 kinds of fresh bread daily to go along with all the other items and serves very nice French pressed coffee at your table. We enjoyed visiting with the locals at Billy Kelly's pub next door and being able to walk to town. The room with 2 beds and the en suite bath were both a little small but we would definitely stay again.
I spent a night at this guest house in early September. Experiences very often reflect expectations and consequently I was a little disappointed. On the plus side the location is perfect, ample parking, service is personal and personable. The house is spotlessly clean but it is a rather old building and both it and the rooms look and feel somewhat tired and dated. The rooms have an ironing board, coffee and tea making facilities but are relatively smallish with basic toiletries and toweling. The breakfast so often mentioned in reviews is “The Full Monty” with a constant refrain of “is everything ok would you like more of anything”. The quality of the ingredient’s, eggs, back bacon, sausages etc are good except for the toast which was plain white sliced pan. Yes it is a good Irish breakfast but from the reviews I was expecting more. So trying to be fair what to say ? , it’s a good 3 star BNB , great location and parking, friendly service, basic rooms, good breakfast but in my humble opinion significantly overpriced.…
Damian and Siobhan were absolutely lovely during our 10 day stay - so much so, that, coming back to grotty England I felt rather lost. Breakfasts were legendary and they made sure you were nice and full up (which was a Godsend whilst being on a budget as we only really needed to worry about dinner) and houskeeping went the extra mile. I was shocked that they are not regarded as five star as I have stayed in Travel Lodge Hotels in England and they are nowhere near at the standard that Damian and Siobhan are working at. The rooms are lovely and come with TV's with loads of channels, plenty of drawers and a wardrobe, iron and ironing board and at least a shower if not a bath and a shower and plenty of towells. Damian and Siohhan were also generous with tea and coffee in our rooms. If you smoke or vape, there is also a heated and sheltered patio area too. We had two very minor issues which we mentioned and Damian and Siobhan were extremely quick to sort these out with exceptional grace. To me that's the true measure of a great guesthouse. If you are staying, please do also check out the Swan pub across the road for drinks - they are lovely too! Thanks for a lovely base, we fell in love with Wexford and will definitely be moving across if the opportunity arises, you made it possible for us to get a real feel for the town and I immediately missed you both and I wish you all the very best in what will undoubtedly be a challenging economy over the winter :-)…
Very nice host. Lovely rooms as well. Good location. And finally - best breakfast we got during our whole journey through the country. It turns out host is an amazing cook with quite some experience. ok - the bed could be a bit larger...
My husband and I stayed in the lovely Faythe Guest House for a couple of days, the room was lovely and clean, the breakfast was tasty, would definitely recommend and if down in Wexford again, would be the place to pick
The homemade breads at breakfast were delicious. Centrally located. Wonderful gardens with chairs in the front and rear. Flowers were everywhere. Nice family room that accommodated three of us, thereby saving us on lodging costs. Owners were friendly and helpful. Nice, modern bathroom including bath. Comfortable sitting room on first floor.
My wife and I only stayed one night, but we were made as welcome as if we were staying for a month. Siobhan and Damian were particularly kind when they heard we were celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary. Whenever we are in Wexford from now on, it will be at Faythe House.
Great stay with lovely rooms with high ceilings and very comfortable beds Breakfast was delicious with superb home made bread Breakfast selection was fantastic and owners were great hosts Only a short stroll from Wexford town and 20 min drive to the ferry at Rosslare
Best B&B in Wexford, have stayed here both of my trips to Ireland and will stay here my next trip. The innkeepers go the extra mile for their guests to make there stay enjoyable . A menu is offered to order your breakfast and offer a big Irish Breakfast with fresh baked goods and fresh fruits. The location is very close to in town Wexford allowing you to walk an avoid hiring a taxi. The cost is very reasonable compared to other Wexford B&Bs Highly Recommend.
The Faythe is in an old house near the town centre. There is ample free parking at the rear. Each room is unique and mine had a bathroom almost as big as the bedroom. The room was very comfortable with tea making facilities. There was a TV and Wi-Fi which was average (on occasion it would say no Wi-Fi). The breakfast is exceptional. Home made carrot cake, banana bread, tea brack and soda bread. Lots of choice of cereals, juice, fruit etc. A menu which includes kippers (very good) and fresh fish and full Irish (in two sizes). Service is excellent. There is a library for guests which includes books to borrow as well as lots to interest the tourist. Special arrangements are made for those catching the 0845h ferry but, for everyone else, breakfast starts at 0800h. Easy walk into town to stroll the quays, try the restaurants and pubs or just see what Wexford has to offer.…