Welcome to Marlfield House

Experience a memorable stay at our luxury country house hotel in County Wexford

Marlfield House is renowned for its hospitality and service, welcoming guests for over 40 years, and is recognised as one of the most luxurious boutique hotels in Wexford, Ireland with the focus on environmentally sustainable practices. All rooms and suites at Marlfield House are styled to provide you with elegant, comfortable interiors, furnished with antiques and paintings. Set in 36 acres of woodland, ornamental lake, rose, vegetable and herb gardens, it is a haven of tranquillity, with peacocks, hens, dogs and ponies waiting to greet you on your garden walk.

★ Boutique Hotel and Gardens & Hotel of the Year (Georgina Campbell’s Ireland Awards)

Blue Book Hotel Voucher Offers for Stay Packages at Marlfield House

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The bedrooms are uniquely decorated with rich fabrics and elegant furnishings and have marble bathrooms, king-sized beds and many overlook the garden or the lake.

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The recently launched Pond Suites are located overlooking the pond, in a lush, wooded setting of mature oak trees and ferns.

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The Lodge is a luxurious contemporary two-bedroom cottage with minibars, an open plan kitchen, and a living area with an open fire, multi-channel TVs, and WiFi.

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Please let us know in advance if you are using a Blue Book voucher and we will be delighted to offer you cream tea on arrival, Marlfield’s dressed scones and a choice of teas. Special offers and packages are also offered to Blue Book voucher holders.

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Dine at Marlfield House

conservatory Restaurant

The cuisine at Marlfield House multi-award winning restaurant is classical with French and Mediterranean influence. Dining in our flower-filled Turner style conservatory overlooking the garden with its frescoed walls and sparking silver is a truly memorable experience.

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The Duck Restaurant

The Duck opened its doors in 2015 and is a new and exciting addition to Marlfield House. Serving mainly European dishes, The Duck is a perfect choice for a relaxing lunch, dinner or to enjoy a cocktail on the sunny terrace overlooking the gardens.

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Afternoon Tea

The elegant and gracious surroundings of Marlfield House lends itself to relaxing over our delicious afternoon tea. Sit back and be pampered with crisp white linen, bone china and gleaming silverware in the surroundings of the drawing room or on the terrace overlooking the gardens.

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Marlfield House is located in Gorey, North County Wexford which makes it an ideal base to discover Ireland’s Ancient East and visit counties of Wexford, Wicklow, Carlow, Kilkenny, and Waterford.

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Proud Member of Relais & Chateaux

Since 1983, Marlfield House is a member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux association of the world’s finest hoteliers, chefs and restaurateurs that has set the standard for excellence in hospitality. Relais & Châteaux has redefined luxury hospitality by emphasizing holistic experiences that transport its guests, taking them on a sensual journey and introducing them to a deeper, truer understanding of the Art of Living.

Part of Ireland’s Blue Book family

Marlfield House is a member of Ireland’s Blue Book which is a luxury hotel collection of unique and luxury Country Houses, Historic Hotels, Manor Houses, Castles & Restaurants in Ireland.

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Green Hospitality


At Marlfield House, we are actively working to eliminate single-use plastics by finding replacements.

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Awards & Accolades

Andrew Harper
Georgina’s Campbell Ireland Guide
Irish Restaurant Awards
The Good Hotel Guide

We moved into the splendid dining room, in a light-filled conservatory lined with mirrors and flowery murals that give a sense of “Midsummers Night Dream” like airiness.

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