B and Bs in New Ross

15 Craywell Road
John Street

New Ross

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Portovino is a newly renovated striking stone building which enjoys an elevated position overlooking the River Barrow with stunning views over New Ross and its hinterland. The entrance into Portovino leads you past a reception area to a spectacular airy, spacious bar over two floors - enhanced by high ceilings and tall glass windows. The pièce de resistance of the establishment are the two spacious balconies, overlooking the River Barrow in walking distance from The Dunbrody, a 19th Century three masted sailing ship that brought many emigrants to North America during the famine. The JFX memorial park & gardens and the Kennedy homestread are only a short drive away. The lobby is petit , with modern and stylish decor, offering a limited seating area. This is a designer boutique hotel, situated on the banks of the barrow, on John Street. An excellent central location in the heart of the New Ross. Portovino operates all day, from breakfast through to the early hours of the morning as a ‘lively bar’ with extensive offerings – including extensive draft beers, fine-wines by the glass, a cocktail bar and international bottle beers.Accommodation at Portovino is provided on the lower ground floor, with 10 beautifully appointed executive en-suite bedrooms, a selection of which afford a view onto the river.All the rooms are spacious, have wireless internet access, plazma tvs, power showers, king size beds. The decor is modern and tasteful. Room Facilities:Wake up callTV.Tea/Coffee making FacilitiesWi-Fi.

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