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Grangeville Healing / The Holistic Haven
Fethards's home of Kinesiology, Yoga, Massage, and Energy Therapy.
Freedom Surf School
The Freedom Team have been surfing for over 35 years, with current and past Irish Surf Team members we guarantee a surf experience to remember.
The Templars Inn is situated on the Hook Peninsula with sea views over the Waterford estuary.
Beautiful handmade rugs and wallhangings.
The Walks of Wexford
Information on a diverse range of walks around County Wexfrod.
Colclough Walled Garden
This walled garden was built by the Colclough Family in the early 19th Century.
Hook Head Safari
Explore and experience Hook Head like never before!
Sea Bass Cottage
Detached stone cottage recently renovated, on working farm, the cottage is located within walking distance of sandy beach and enjoys fine sea views.
Shielbaggan Outdoor Education Centre
Feeling adventurous? Try kayaking,surfing, abseiling and much more!
South East Charters
Situated on the stunning Hook Peninsula, our mission is to provide the ultimate experience for anyone interested in angling or scenic boat trips.
Grange Beach is a Green Coast Beach.
The Grangeville Country House, a home away from home for any guest. We also host a Country Pub and Healing Centre onsite.
Sandeel Bay Cottage
A detached holiday cottage with three double rooms situated on the glorious Hook Peninsula.
The most haunted house in Ireland!
Roches – a traditional family run Irish Pub serving the best in food and drink. Celebrating 40 years in 2016. Come visit us while wandering through Irelands Ancient East.
Ocean Island Caravan Park & Mobile Homes
Ocean Island Caravan Park is set in the heart of the Hook Peninsula in Co. Wexford.
Glendine Country House
Beautiful Georgian Country House situated in Arthurstown overlooking the beautiful Passage East on the Hook Peninsula.
Bevel Furniture and Showroom
Our mission is not just to sell you a piece of hand-crafted contemporary or traditional furniture, but to become lifelong partners.
The Hook Lighthouse and Peninsula
A 13th Century Norman structure, built by the Earl of Pembroke as part of the development of his Lordship of Leinster.
Less than one hour in length and absolutely stunning!