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Whitford House Hotel
Whitford House is a beautiful 4-star hotel on the outskirts of Wexford Town.
Woodvilla Lodge Self-Catering
Arriving at Woodvilla is special - the tree-lined avenue leads to Woodvilla House, a stunning piece of Georgian architecture.
Pier House Dive Centre
Within the Kilmore Quay area the diver can explore ship wrecks from 6 to 60 meters with Pier House Dive Centre.
Rathaspeck Manor is a 300 year old Georgian home that has been recently refurbished and awarded a five star status by Fáilte Ireland.
An oriental restaurant in the heart of Wexford Town, selling delicious Asian and Irish food.
Tomhaggard is a historic village situated on the edge of two Norman territories, known as ‘baronies’.
Talbot Suites at Stonebridge
Talbot Suites at Stonebridge 73 luxury apartments ideal for holiday breaks or executive stays located in the centre of Wexford Town.
The Fulacht Fiadh Restaurant
Irish National Heritage Park
The Fulacht Fiadh Restaurant is themed on the archaeological and historical exhibits in the park.
Each room in the Ferrycarrig Hotel (outside Wexford Town) provides a stunning view of the River Slaney.
Artramon House which dates from 1770 has stunning views of the River Slaney is a 600 m² grade I listed mansion set in four hectares of parkland.
Carne Beach Caravan and Camping Park
Carne Beach is located on the beautiful, picturesque sunny south-east of Ireland.
Rosslare Community & Sports Centre
Offering you and your family an amazing day out in Rosslare!
Simon Lambert & Sons
We're a family run & owned pub that offers breakfast, lunch and the widest variety of craft beer on draught in County Wexford.
Wexford Masters Openwater Sea-Swimming Club
If you have a passion for Swimming and the great outdoors, why not combine the two and join us!
The Normans introduced vertical tower windmills like this one to Ireland.
South East Angling Services
Offers quality guided fishing trips and tuition.
Discover the Norman Way in a horse drawn carriage
Courtown Sea Safari
A sea tours company operating out of Courtown harbour offering a wide variety of services from training to seal watching.
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 Normans were devout Christians. Thanks to this, medieval religious structures such as St Iberius’ Church are still standing here today.