Here you will find information about the beautiful and enchanting County of Wexford. This is a county simply packed with things to do, places to see, and people to meet.  There are no strangers here, only friends we have yet to meet!

Whether you are looking for a family day out, a romantic getaway or just a bit of craic, check out our listings below for some inspiration for your next adventure!

Family Friendly Days Out

Looking for family friendly activities can be expensive and tricky keeping everyone happy. Relying on our own experience and our friends who are parents we have collected the most popular, best value for money and most importantly most fun family activities in Wexford

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Somewhere Special to Stay

Looking for the perfect place to stay can be fun, but if you are looking for something special, it can involve filtering through the many generic and boring hotels and self-catering options out there, listed here you will find only the special ones; castles, manor houses, quirky self catering options and boutique hotels and home from home guesthouses

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Trad Sessions and Stories by Hearth

Wexford is well known for its Trad Sessions, often impromptu and put on by locals, they are not to be missed. Looking for something different, Wexford is home to Stories by the Hearth, an evening of songs and storytelling with lashings of tea and cake!

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Fishing Excursions

Ireland is an island and as you might expect we have a great “gra” or love for fishing, both sea and river, Kilmore Quay is a idyllic fishing village in Wexford, home of the Famous Saltees Chipper, the best fish and chip shop in Ireland ! There is also a large selection of boats for hire, fishing excursions and boat trips out to the Saltee Islands, just off the coast. So should you fancy a trip out on to the waves here is all you will need…

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The Ultimate Pub Crawl

The Wexford Trad Trail is a Pub Crawl through Wexford Town, visiting some of the best pubs that host both traditional and more modern sessions !

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Break for the Border

Being in such close proximity to the wonderful Wicklow National Park it would be a shame to leave it out, here you will find a guided itinerary of the park, with plenty of stops and a little information on the sites to see. It begins in Roundwood Co Wicklow which you can access off the M11 at exit 16

Click here to Break for the Border !