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Dunbrody Cookery School is located just opposite Dunbrody Country House in Arthurstown, County Wexford. It has been designed to cater for all levels of cooks, from budding enthusiasts to the experienced gourmet.
Venture off the beaten track on a safari jeep expedition of County Wexford’s beautiful Hook peninsula. Friendly, knowledgeable local guides take visitors on an exploration of magnificent coastlines, cliff walks, hidden beaches and historical sights.
Hook Head Safaris offers a fun filled guided tour of the Hook peninsula by Jeep operating out of Waterford city, New Ross and Wexford Town. A great opportunity to see the beautiful area and visit the Lighthouse.
Dunbrody Country House Hotel are members of Ireland's Blue Book and small luxury hotels of the world. Dunbrody offers its guests luxury accommodation, fine dining, a world renowned cookery school and a very chic and intimate spa.
Georgian house built in 1830, overlooking harbour, set in fifty acres of farmland. Home of Highland cows and Jacob sheep and deer. Attractive gardens. Antiques throughout.
Marsh Mere Lodge is well designed and has a commanding view of Hook Head. This view can be enjoyed from the sunny veranda or from the cosy gallery sitting room and it's log fires. Tastefully designed bedrooms all offer their own individual character. The romantic Countess Howe, the tranquil Poor Poet, the cosy passing glances of the Intimate Peach Maker. Internet access available.
Scenic location. Spacious ensuite bedrooms. Private parking and a warm friendly welcome. Beautiful riverside village, situated on the R733 scenic route from Wexford to Waterford via car ferry. Close to pubs, restaurants and beaches. Magnificent heritage attractions, restaurants, and pubs close by.
A charming converted corn loft, this property offers an excellent four-star accommodation for self-catering holidays in County Wexford. Set in Arthurstown and south of New Ross, The Loft is an ideal base for touring the region.
Ireland offers two ornithological wildlife spectacles, the masses of seabirds that return to the cliffs and islands each summer to breed and the geese and wildfowl that return each winter to overwinter in the river estuaries flooded callows of the Shannon.
Irish Ways Walking Holidays was founded in 1989 in Ballycanew, County Wexford. They have organised walking tours throughout Ireland introducing its history, culture and above all its outstanding natural beauty.
From €12 per person per night
From €140 per room
€149 per package
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