Fort Conan Hotel
- View as map
The Fort Conan Hotel is a family run hotel located at the top of the village overlooking the sandy Duncannon beach, in County Wexford. The hotel is only a two minute walk to the beach and the harbour.
The Fort Conan Hotel is run by Richard and Helene Tobin along with their two daughters Emma and Lisa. It is located in the seaside village of Duncannon County Wexford and is only a two minute walk to the beach, which is a mile long and on a clear day you can see the Lighthouse and the harbour. The hotel is only fourteen kilometres from the famous Loftus Hall, where they say the devil appeared and of course the Great Grand Daddy of Lighthouses at Hook Head. The beach
All ten bedrooms, which are Fáilte Ireland approved, are equipped with private facilities including ensuite bathrooms, television and tea and coffee making facilities. There is a function room which can cater for all your party's needs and a full dance licence. Group and family rates are available on request.
Featuring a delightful beach, which is popular with kite surfers, the little seaside town of Duncannon is dominated by the large fortress which has played a significant part in Ireland’s history. The little harbour area is a popular departure point for pleasure boats and is a source for fresh sea products. The Dunbrody Famine Ship, JFK Arboretum and Tintern Abbey are all nearby.