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Grainne Kenny Design
The sea and the changing landscape provide the inspiration for Gráinne Kenny's hand woven and mixed - media soft furnishings and accessories for interiors.
This country farmhouse 2.5 acre garden has borders which blend old favourites and new introductions in an informal atmosphere
This is the only surviving complete windmill in the Republic of Ireland. The key is available from the Millhouse Bar and Restaurant, Tacumshane.
Mad4Hats | Patsy Flood O'Connor
Vintage designs with a modern twist.
Creations by Annette Whelan
Wonderful colour combinations and funky design are the hallmark of Annette Whelan, a fused glass artist.
Kilmurry Nursery & Garden
This garden provides inspiration and ideas for planting combinations.
The Blue Egg Gallery, in the centre of Wexford town, exhibits and sells contemporary craft work by Irish and international makers.
Beautiful handmade rugs and wallhangings.
Described in Ulysses as ‘’the finest place in the world’’, this designated Heritage Town dates back 1500 years.
National 1798 Rebellion Centre
Vividly discover the 1798 Rebellion, one of the most seminal events in Ireland's history.
Irish National Heritage Park
Begin an unforgettable journey through Ireland's past.
Newtownbarry House, Gallery & Garden
This majestic country house from the 1860's is surrounded by gardens, some dating back to the 18th century.
Selskar Abbey is one of Wexford’s most significant medieval ruins.
The Father Murphy Centre in Boolavogue.
The wonderfully restored historic home of Fr. Murphy, hero of the 1798 Rebellion.
Colclough Walled Garden
This walled garden was built by the Colclough Family in the early 19th Century.
Martin Doyle | Goldsmith
Martin Doyle works with unusual individually cut gemstones and fine quality diamonds combined with platinum, gold or silver.
Ballymore Historical Features
Ballymore Historic Features celebrates and emphasises the past in a refreshing and unique way.
These peaceful spiritual gardens of seven acres are beautifully laid out around an attractive Georgian house overlooking the river Barrow.
Our Lady's Island
A place of pilgrimage.
A Cistercian abbey founded by William the Earl Marshal in 1200 and named after Tintern in Wales.