Address18 Lower John Street WexfordSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Established in the 1840’s, Jim McGee’s guest house is located in Wexford city centre, just 22 minutes’ drive from Rosslare Europort. It boasts a bar and a terrace.
Smartly designed, the spacious rooms at Jim McGee’s each feature an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and a flat-screen TV. There are also ironing facilities that are available upon request.
Popular with the locals, the bar hosts a number of live music events which guests can enjoy in the evenings. With a number of flat-screen TV’s placed throughout the bar, it is also a common destination for sports fans.
From the guest house Wexford Opera House is a short 4-minute walk away. Wexford Harbour is an 8-minute stroll from the property and Curracloe beach, where some of the scenes of Saving Private Ryan were filmed, is also 12 km away.
You are kindly requested to inform the property in advance about your estimated arrival time. You will be able to insert this information in the section Special Requests at the time of booking or you can contact the property directly. If you plan to arrive outside reception hours, please inform the property in advance. On arrival a deposit for possible damages is required of 50 percent of total price.
Please note that some rooms can suffer from noise. This is due to the town centre location, the beer garden, and the onsite pub, which offers live music on most nights (particularly at weekends).
Please note that extended bar opening hours are not available. Please inform Jim McGee's in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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