About Us

A warm welcome awaits you at this highly recommended family home. Cloverlawn is set in large gardens just off the N25 on the outskirts of Kilrane village. This quiet peaceful location just three minutes from Rosslare Europort is an ideal base for an overnight stay to or from the many ferries which use the port. Take a longer break to enjoy the local Golf, Beaches, Restaurants and many amenities which Wexford has to offer. We are just one minutes walk to two Pub-Restaurants where you can enjoy a fine meal, a pint of Guinness or an impromptu Music session.

This beautiful area in the sunny southeast of Ireland offers unspoiled safe sandy beaches where various water sports are available. Enjoy Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Bird watching or take a stroll on one of the many peaceful walks through the Forrest, Beach or Countryside. Look out for seasonal activities such as the renowned Wexford Opera Festival, Horse racing events and Greyhound racing.

Golfers can enjoy the challenge of a range of championship courses including some of the best links and parkland courses in Ireland, all within easy reach of Cloverlawn Bed and Breakfast. The National Heritage Park and Johnstown Castle are just some of the local attractions well worth a visit.

Breakfast is served in our spacious dining room from 7 to 10 am or as needed to facilitate early ferries. There are a wide variety of cereals and fruits on offer with the full traditional Irish breakfast and home made bread and jams. Other dietary requirements are catered for on request, just ask one of the family

We offer welcoming refreshments on arrival. Guests can relax in our comfortable lounge, read , listen to music or play games.

The ideal stopover for an early morning ferry. Exceptionally clean and welcoming. Great breakfast and coffee. Home-made scones and a pot of tea on arrival and just two minutes drive from the ferry terminal -what more could you ask for? Thank you- you certainly deserve your no.1 spot and we will definitely be back.
Family Group, from St Albans, UK.