110 Accommodation, 25 Events , 246 Things to do
Killmacthomas Farmers Market takes place on Thursdays just outside Waterford city, County Waterford. Stalls sell a selection of fresh local seasonal fruit and vegetables, organic mean, cheese, home-made cakes, jams and much more.
The Charming little village of Stradbally is marked by bright colourful signposts which are not numbered and are situated at 1 km intervals on Stradbally Sli na Slainte 4.6km Route.
Jun 08 2014
A series of Sunday Lunchtime Concerts taking place in a unique and atmospheric setting, Waterford's Medieval Museum. Celebrating emerging & established talent in folk and classical music, choral...
Situated near Dungarvan, Whitechurch House is a lovely Georgian residence with two- and three-bedroom apartments. The idyllic property stretches out for 23 hectares and boasts many scenic walkways, making it ideal for an escape.
Ballyrafter House Hotel, a Georgian country house, was built in the early 1800's for the Duke Of Devonshire's estate. A family run 10 bedroom hotel it is set in lawned gardens, overlooking the fairytale Lismore Castle across the valley.
Glenahiry Lake is a small pond in the Nier Valley, County Waterford. It is stocked with brown trout and methods used are fly and spin.
Welcome to the Uluru Bar and Restaurant. We are located on the Dunmore Road just opposite the Waterford Regional Hospital. Come in and enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks from our extensive menus or why not join us in the evening for a drink.
Located in the medieval county of Waterford, surrounded by sublime countryside, the 17th Century grandeur of Foxmount Farm and Country House B&B offers guests a relaxing and luxurious country stay. Access to free WIFI, facilities for pets.
Jul 24 2014 - Jul 27 2014
Top class equestrian dressage, show jumping and the thrills and spills of cross country. Family fun, activities, food and more!
From €12 per person per night
Tours start at $ 1199 per person
Tour cost starts at INR 125000 per person on twin share basis
From €85 pp per week
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