Clayton Whites Hotel is Wexford’s premier wedding venue, built on 220 years of hospitality experience to ensure your wedding day is a day you will cherish forever.
The Wedding Team
General Manager, Joe O Brien and his Conference & Banqueting team, led by Michael Halpin, are committed to providing a memorable wedding day, with no detail left to chance.
With each unique wedding couple in mind, Clayton Whites Hotel creates a thoughtful and personal wedding experience, every step of the way. The complete wedding package offers not only a true sense of style, but also excellent value for money.
Our dedicated Wedding Coordinator Pauline is on hand throughout your wedding planning to attend to your every need and question in a timely and friendly manner, with expert advice just a ‘phone call away’.
With over 25 years of hospitality experience, Michael takes care of the wedding couple on the day with ease, ensuring that every touch is how you imagined it.
The Wedding Venue
The spacious exterior courtyard, marble staircase and light-filled lobby are ideal for wedding day photographs and memorable arrival receptions. Contemporary accommodation and design are the hallmark of this landmark hotel, boasting 55 recently refurbished bedrooms. Clayton Whites Hotel is registered to facilitate Civil Ceremonies.
Hear what our 2016 brides say
Brian & Liz, June 2016
“I would highly recommend Clayton Whites Hotel for anybody looking into booking a hotel for their special day. From the first day to the wedding day they were exceptional in their help and organisation for our big day. Any queries we had were answered and they made us feel very relaxed coming up to the big day. They had our favours perfectly laid out as we’d requested and the room looked absolutely fabulous. We got hundreds of comments after about how good the food was. We had a few changes the couple weeks before to table plans and numbers and they had absolutely no problem with this and helped us sort it out. They made us feel very special when we arrived on the big day and everything was perfect.”