• Centenary Stores

    Charlotte Street, Ferrybank South, Wexford, Ireland .

    Centenary Stores - Our sister property across the bridge. 

    Bar and Nightclub - Place you cannot miss while in Wexford. 

  • Curracloe Beach

    Curracloe Beach, Coolrainey, Curracloe, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Curracloe beach is a beautiful stretch of white sandy beach in County Wexford. The beach has featured in a Hollywood movie, stretches for miles and is famous for its soft, fine sand.

  • Johnstown Castle

    Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens, Oldtown Lane, Johnstown, Co. Wexford, Y35 HP22, Ireland .

    Explore a fairytale
    gothic-revival Irish castle

    Visit the Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens to explore a fairytale gothic-revival Irish castle and its gorgeous 120-acre estate and formal gardens, also home to the Irish Agricultural Museum.

  • The Irish National Heritage Park

    Ferrycarrig, Co. Wexford, Ireland, Y35 X313 .

    Evidence of Ireland’s unique and distinctive history is all around us, in the many monument sites and features to be seen across the island. But where can you go to see how people lived? What if you could compare a Stone Age settlement with a Viking Settlement and see how they differed and what they had in common? That was the idea behind The Irish National Heritage Park.

  • Wells House & Garden

    Wells House & Gardens, Ballyedmond, Gorey, County Wexford, Ireland .


    Voted Ireland’s #1 family day out by the Irish Hospitality Awards.

    Explore 450 acres of enchanting woodlands & gardens, including fairy & Gruffalo walks, animal farm, playground, Mogue’s walk & much more. Stop off at the craft courtyard for a spot of shopping and to take in the quirky vibes or book a week away in our onsite accommodation in the courtyard cottages.

  • Wexford Walking Trails

    Wexford, Ireland .

    Wexford Walking Trails

    A selection of beautiful walks awaits you in Wexford: wooded, historic, coastal and mountain trails. Located in the southeast of the island of Ireland, County Wexford has an exceptionally varied landscape for you to savour.

    Ranging from long sandy beaches in the east to the wild Hook Peninsula in the southwest. Walk through bird-rich polders beside Wexford town. Traverse the slopes of Mount Leinster and the Blackstairs Mountains in the west. Choose a different walk each day!

    There is a wide range of quality walks through quiet rural landscapes of diverse character. All trails are steeped in the history of the island long regarded as ‘the end of the known world’.

    Wexford, on the gentle River Slaney, has been the gateway for repeated invasions down the centuries. Archaeological treasures abound: religious, civic, military, from the earliest times down to the high mediaeval to the John F Kennedy experience of recent decades.

    Many of our walks have rugged terrain. All walks are graded. The length of each trail is indicated to assist you to select the right walk for your ability.

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