110 Accommodation, 25 Events , 246 Things to do
Dawn B&B is a modern, single-storey Bungalow set quietly on a lush three acres in the rural Waterford countryside.
Jun 28 2014
aking in Waterford's historical Viking city and seaside town of Tramore, this event offers full, half and quarter marathon options. It is renowned for entertainment along the route and family fun.
Welcome to our spacious home on our Dairy Farm. Situated 2 km off the M9 at Mullinavat. Very well signposted. Tourism Award Winner. Perfect base to tour the South East. Tea/coffee making facilities. Hairdryers & TV in bedroom. Warm hospitality
Waterford City’s Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity was built in 1793, making it Ireland’s oldest Catholic cathedral. Like the city’s Christ Church Cathedral, it was designed by influential architect John Roberts.
2 Storey semi-automatic driving range - 20 all weather floodlit bays - 8 outdoor bays - Practice bunker - Putting green - Golf Shop - Individual & Group lessons.
Aug 14 2014 - Aug 17 2014
The Tramore August Racing Festival provides entertainment, both on and off the track for both the racing enthusiast and the complete novice.
This easy to access mountain range offers wonderful vistas across the county and down to the sea. Described by some as Ireland’s best kept secret, the Comeraghs offer everything from a dramatic waterfall down a cliff face .
CopperCoast Road Bowling Tuition is a social community enterprise which facilatates the tutoring and demonstation of the heritage game of Road Bowling in the rural village of Fenor, Co Waterford.
Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford has something for everyone, Theatre, dance, music, film, literature, visual art & children's art.
Seán Egan Art Glass, located in Waterford City, features crystal-ware designed and hand-engraved using copper wheels by craftsman Sean Egan, who has been working in crystal art for over 35 years.
280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
From €85 pp per week
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