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South East Radio
County Wexford's local radio station!
If people in Co. Wexford are talking about it, so is South East Radio.
The Maldron Hotel
The Maldron Hotel is situated on the outskirts of Wexford Town and offers contemporary design, modern, chic, decor with every comfort of home.
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.
Shore Angling with Bass Fishing Wexford
A shore based saltwater guiding service for beginners & experienced alike.
Rosslare Community & Sports Centre
Offering you and your family an amazing day out in Rosslare!
Wells House & Gardens
A Great Victorian House and Gardens in the heart of Wexford. Wells House has something for all generations to enjoy!
Rockville Bed & Breakfast
This family-run, spacious B&B is set in mature grounds at the southern end 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
Discover the Norman Way in a horse drawn carriage
Beautiful handmade rugs and wallhangings.
Browne Clayton Monument
The only Corinthian Column with an internal stairway in existence.
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.
The most haunted house in Ireland!
Cahore is a Green Coast Beach.
Ballinkeele is a magnificent Geogrian mansion built in 1840 where grand country house accommodation and warm hospitality are combined.
Creators of handmade , personalized cake toppers and cakes for all occasions.
Ballycross Apple Farm
Ballycross Apple Farm is a great place to take a rural country walk. We have over 5km of farm trails for you to explore with your family.
Sew Fun Studios Wexford teaches the principles of fashion design and the art of sewing to girls and boys aged 7 – 13 years.
Turf Hut Walk near Mount Leinster
A two or three hour looped walk with spectacular views.
With three of the four main walls still intact, including the spectacular west gable wall, it is easy to visualise how Ishartmon Church would have looked in Norman times.