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Terry The Weaver
Terry Dunne designs and makes hand woven tapestries, floor rugs and textile art pieces.
Woodview Bed and Breakfast
A family run B&B situated just outside Wexford Town.
Beautiful quiet beach near to Rosslare Harbour.
Rockville Bed & Breakfast
This family-run, spacious B&B is set in mature grounds at the southern end of Wexford Town.
Killiane Castle golf range has 13 bays and is flood lit. Wexfords only golf range suitable to use your driver. Total length is 275 meters. Only 2 euro for 30 golf balls.
Club Vitae places your health, fitness and well-being at the core of what we do. We offer a tailored range of programmes, classes and facilities designed with you in mind.
The Saltee Islands are situated approximately five kilometres off the coast of Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford.
The Blue Egg Gallery, in the centre of Wexford town, exhibits and sells contemporary craft work by Irish and international makers.
The Farmer's Kitchen Hotel
Recently renovated, this hotel adds a unique flavour to Wexford hotels and environs with a design that integrates the traditional with the contemporary.
Stable Diet Café
Providing excellent quality food products based on our philosophy that nature knows best, Stable Diet now flourishes as one of the town's most popular cafés.
This seaside village is bustling with modern boats while the image above shows the kind of vessel the Normans would have used to cross the seas all those centuries ago.
The Talbot Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Wexford Town.
Rosslare-Europort, being the closest point from the southern part of Ireland to the UK and the European Mainland, is a hub of all the major RORO Passenger and Freight services operating the souther
A lovely B&B recently expanded to offer a self-catering option: groups of four or less will enjoy this quaint atmospheric urban bolthole.
A self catering holiday home accommodation provider with a call centre based in Co. Wexford.
The Normans were devout Christians. Thanks to this, medieval religious structures such as St Iberius’ Church are still standing here today.
Tomhaggard is a historic village situated on the edge of two Norman territories, known as ‘baronies’.
The Red Kettle cafe is situated on Mallin Street, across from Rowe Street car park.
The Red Kettle serves breakfast and lunch.