The Granville Hotel, Waterford City is the birthplace of Thomas Francis Meagher, the man responsible for the Irish National Flag. The Granville Hotel building dates back to the 1700’s and has played a predominant role in Waterford’s rich history.
The hotel was purchased in 1979 by Liam and Ann Cusack and restored to its former gracious grandeur, combining modern comfort with olde worlde charm and elegance. Still a family run hotel, this passion and commitment shows in our high standards of quality and service. The Cusack family second generation Fiona, Jackie and Sandra now continue to uphold the Granville traditions of comfort, service and hospitality. More history
Located in Waterford City Centre, the Granville Hotel is the ideal base to explore the Waterford Greenway a 46km off road cycling and walking trail taking in beautiful scenic views from River to Sea. A short walk from the hotel brings you back in time to the Viking Triangle which includes Waterford’s Bishops Palace Museum, Medieval Musem, Reginalds Tower, King of the Vikings VR Experience and the Worlds Longest Viking Sword, a 23 metre wooden sculpture depicting Waterford’s Viking heritage through carvings. The Granville Hotel is easy to find located just a 10 minute walk from the Train Station and a 5 minute walk from the Bus Station in Waterford City Centre.