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The Walks of Wexford
Information on a diverse range of walks around County Wexfrod.
The Presentation Centre
A new multi-use 160 seat venue in Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford.
Lucy's Wood Garden
This beautiful two acre garden has evolved over 20 years into two parts.
A wonderful selection of self-catering accommodation in County Wexford.
Newtownbarry House, Gallery & Garden
This majestic country house from the 1860's is surrounded by gardens, some dating back to the 18th century.
The Trading Post Camping and Caravan Park
A great 4* caravan and camping park located near Enniscorthy in County Wexford.
Elegant and imposing, Wilton Castle is a 19th century castellated residence set on the banks of the Boro River specializing in self-catering accommodation.
Beechdale Garden Centre
Beechdale Garden Centre has a reputation for offering an extensive range of unusual plants and specialises in roses.
Coolmelagh Forest Recreational Area
A walk that takes you through pine and beech forests up to the summit of Gibbet Hill.
We provide adventurous all weather cross-country driving fun for everybody from 6 years upwards!
The Moorings Restaurant
Riverside Park Hotel
Intimate dining in elegant surroundings.
Described in Ulysses as ‘’the finest place in the world’’, this designated Heritage Town dates back 1500 years.
Brooklyn Movie Bus Tour
Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford
The Old Deanery Holiday Cottages
Cosy up to an Irish turf fire in your own period cottage.
The Mill Bistro
We are committed to using the finest quality ingredients, we always try to source the majority of our fruit and vegetables locally.
Varna Studio | Dainius Varnelis
Blacksmith and designer Dainius Varnelis works with iron, stainless steel, copper and brass.
Started in 1989, the dense planting of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants in the garden makes for a visually stunning mix of colours and texture.
Enniscorthy Sports Hub
Eight-lane 400m track and playing pitch.
Phil Stewart | Textile Artist
Inspired by her natural surroundings, Phil produces textile art pieces using mixed-media and embroidery.
Kiltrea Pottery is light years away from the machine-made and mass-produced.