What to see in County Wexford?
Check out all the places I’ve been visiting in County Wexford.
My colleague recommended me to visit this special place called Our Lady’s Island, nestling in the most south-easterly corner of Ireland, and ten miles from Wexford Town, near Rosslare in County Wexford. The day was rainy but when we arrived to Our Lady’s Island it was beautiful sunny there. I was delighted by fabulous and […]Read More
After visiting Johnstown Castle, we were looking for some nice place for dinner and we found this wonderful pub called The Coal Bunker Bar. The Coal Bunker Bar is a family-run bar and restaurant located in Ballykelly, Drinagh in County Wexford. From the outside, it looks very ordinary but it is a good honest local […]Read More
Another a truly magnificent castle I been visiting in April was a Gothic Revival Johnstown Castle located in County Wexford. Johnstown Castle is located on the Johnstown Castle Estate, a 150 acres (61 ha) estate, located off the road between Murntown and Rathaspeck, 5.5 km southwest of Wexford town. Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens […]Read More
When I noticed this colorful and very unusual building from far, I had to stopped and take a picture of it. Then I googled it I find out it is called The Doll’s House. The Doll’s House is a colourfully-painted gate lodge that is located at the entrance of Rathaspeck Manor in County Wexford. The […]Read More
Delightful and recently restored St. Aidan’s Cathedral is definitely worth visiting if you are in Enniscorthy town, County Wexford. It is one of the most magnificent neo-Gothic cathedrals in Ireland. The Cathedral was designed by one of the greatest English architects of the 19th century, Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin who designed some of the most […]Read More
Waiting for opening the Enniscorthy Castle I decided to walk through the Enniscorthy town and visit St Aidan’s Cathedral. Enniscorthy is the second-largest town in County Wexford, located on the picturesque River Slaney and in close proximity to the Blackstairs Mountains and Ireland’s longest beach, Curracloe. The town is overlooked by a majestic Norman Castle […]Read More
On a rainy April`s Sunday I visited historic Enniscorthy town in County Wexford. Situated in the centre of Enniscorthy town, Enniscorthy Castle is among the oldest and best preserved of Ireland’s castles. It is also one of the few Irish castles to offer self-tours inside the castle and conatins many interesting exhibitions thanks to which […]Read More
Ferns is a historic town in north County Wexford. In the 6th century it was an ecclesiastical centre of national importance and subsequently the seat of the Kings of Leinster. The town became the capital of the Kingdom of Leinster, and also the Capital of Ireland when the kings of that southern part of the […]Read More
After visiting at Marlfield House and lunch at The Duck Restaurant we drove to Courtown, situated about 4 miles south-east of Gorey in County Wexford, on a wide sweep of coast called Courtown Bay. Courtown is family friendly seaside amusement resort smaller but similar like Tramore in County Waterford. In the heart of the village […]Read More
After walkind around Marlfield House and its gardens I went for lunch to The Duck Restaurant where I had the best duck dishes in my life. The Duck at Marlfield House is a restaurant in the 2022 MICHELIN Guide Ireland. This restaurant is located in the restored courtyard buildings of Marlfield House Hotel in Gorey, […]Read More
Marlfield House in County Wexford is an Irish country house built in 1852 and was one of the two houses owned by the Earls of Courtown. It is a charming example of a fine Regency period house. Marlfield House was purchased from the Earls of Courtown by Mary and Ray Bowe in 1977 and following […]Read More
No.1 from Irish beaches, the most beautiful, the cleanest, Blue Flag, amazing beach with a stunning forest trail beside it, is Curracloe. I fell in love in this beach from my first visit in July. It is not suprising Curracloe beach in County Wexford wins ‘Ireland’s Best Beach’ for 2022 Reader Travel Awards. I was […]Read More
Arthurstown (Irish: Colmán) is a small village in the townland of Coleman in southwest of County Wexford. It is located along the R733 regional road on the eastern shore of the Waterford Harbour estuary, where The Three Sisters (River Barrow, River Nore and River Suir) flow into the sea. Located between Ballyhack and Duncannon, Arthurstown […]Read More
From Hook Lighthouse I travelled to visit Duncannon – one of the most unique seaside village situated on scenic Ring of Hook drive in southwest of County Wexford. Bordered to the west by Waterford harbour and sitting on a rocky headland jutting into the channel is the strategically prominent Duncannon Fort which dominates the village. […]Read More