we stayed here for 2 nights , we had 2 rooms, both rooms where clean and tidy, and very comfortable beds, shower was hot and powerful, Tom the owner and staff where very friendly and helpful, (Tom even gave us a lift into town), Sea Court is about 10-15 walk to the beach, breakfast was very good would stay here again and recommend staying here
Myself and my partner stayed in seacourt for one night. A very warm welcome from Tom. The room was so lovely and very clean. The standard of cleanliness is very high throughout the venue. The breakfast was top class, we couldn't ask for anything more. Great location and great for walking into Tramore Town. Would reccomend this establishment very highly. Thank you for a great stay.
Tom runs a very well organized B and B. The rooms are like hotel rooms with comfortable beds and pillows. The linens are very good quality. Tom’s breakfast was delicious and plentiful. Within walking distance to the beach and shopping. Tom also recommended a good pub (Raglan Road) for supper and it did not disappoint.
Really great welcome with pleasant room. Handy for walking into Tramore town. But the town itself is run down and badly in need of investment. We had walk along into town and found many of the attractions closed but did enjoy meal in a refurbished bar/hotel.
Stayed for 1 night for the tramore racing festival so location was perfect.My parents have stayed here on 2 previous occassions but this time was just me & my dad.Owners lovely & really nice breakfast.Would recommend & hope to return soon
Stayed for one night in May. Warmest of welcomes from Tom on arrival, greeted with coffee and biscuits - lovely touch. Beautiful house located only a few minutes scenic walk from the centre of Tramore. The room was spotless and I can honestly say that it was the best nights sleep away from home. The hosts provided a wonderful breakfast, exactly what we ordered, compliments to the chef! Overall I would not hesitate to rebook or recommend the Seacourt B&B.
We stayed here for 1 night to break our cycle of the Waterford Greenway. Overall it has a friendly welcome, is clean and offers a good breakfast. Nothing exceptional but perfectly fine for a stay of 1 or 2 nights if you are in the vicinity, As people say in my part of the world "'tis grand!" .
Lovely stay at Sea Court. Great room ,beautifully decorated and spotless. Fantastic location. Just a short walk to the beach and amusements. Breakfast was gorgeous and freshly cooked. Many thanks Liz and look forward to staying with you again. Highly recommended
Before we went to Ireland we read somewhere that Irish people love horses, and to watch a horse racing game is something worth doing there. In spring time we only found one racecourse, the one in Tramore, holding an event that fit our itinerary, so we gave up the idea of staying in Waterford and searched for an B&B in this town. We're glad we did so. Tramore is a charming town itself, with a beautiful beach and small but convenient town center. There are quite a few restaurants. We had dinner in the Pine Rooms, which was one of the best restaurants we went to in Ireland. The Sea Court B&B is at one of the town's main roads, not far from town center. Easy to find and to park. In our room we could hear a little traffic noise, but not a significant problem. Inside and outside, this B&B is modern, very clean, and well organized. Wifi worked fine. We did not meet the host, and did not have many chances to interact with the hostess, but she prepared a delicious omelet breakfast for us. There was one thing we would like to make a suggestion. The bathroom was very, very clean, but the floor was too slippery. I wonder if it was due to over-waxing. We we had to take extra care to walk in the bathroom.…
Wonderful stay! Nice clean rooms, wonderful breakfast.Walking distance to the sea and beach! We went to the Victoria House for dinner, I can not say enough it was fabulous! The food was amazing and the view is to die for. You walk in and its a pub but you go upstairs to the restaurant and I was awe struck! Must go eat at the Vic house(local name)