Visit and stay in self catering homes in Wexford

Why visit County Wexford?

Wexford is at the very heart of Ireland’s sunny south-east and home to some of Ireland’s most sought after destinations. Set off to Wexford at any time, only a two hour drive from Dublin, or a one hour drive from Waterford and get to experience unrivalled eateries, unforgettable outdoor experiences and some of Ireland’s most beautiful beaches and coastal regions. Relax Ireland has a large selection of self-catering accommodation to suit your requirements.

Why visit Wexford?

Wexford is at the very heart of Ireland’s sunny south-east and home to some of Ireland’s most sought after destinations. Set off to Wexford at any time, only a two hour drive from Dublin, or a one hour drive from Waterford and get to experience unrivalled eateries, unforgettable outdoor experiences and some of Ireland’s most beautiful beaches and coastal regions. Relax Ireland has a large selection of self-catering accommodation to suit your requirements.

Eating in Wexford

Wexford offers a hotbed of mouth-watering dining choices that will suit any person, family or group. Every budget is catered to.

The Lobster Pot: The Lobster Pot is a cosy steak and seafood restaurant nestled beautifully into the Our Lady’s Island area of Wexford. If succulent cod, tender sirloin or fragrant sea-bass are your thing then The Lobster Pot cannot be missed. Recently featured as part of the esteemed Michelin Guide it’s difficult to look past for any seafood-lovers.

Located about a twenty-minute drive from Wexford town The Lobster Pot will be sure to impress.

Cistin Eile: Cistin Eile is considered by locals as being one of Wexford Town’s best dining experiences. Located in the heart of the town (on South Main Street) Cistin Eile offers its visitors a culinary delight that they will not forget in a hurry.

Mary Barry’s : Mary Barry’s Pub and Restaurant is based in the small village of Kilmore, a stones-throw away from the fishing village of Kilmore Quay. Mary Barry’s is renowned for its friendly and efficient service as well as the selection and quality of its food. Nothing will taste as good after experiencing the area’s sea air. It’s delicious.

Things to do in Wexford

Irish National Heritage Park: Irish National Heritage Park is located in the area of Ferrcarrig, just outside Wexford Town and offers the chance to explore thirty-five acres of land spanning prehistoric periods all the way through to Norman periods. The Irish National Heritage Park is the perfect way to see Ireland’s rich history and suitable for all ages.

Kilmore Quay: Kilmore Quay has one of Ireland’s largest fishing ports as well as some beautiful walks and scenery including the Forlorn Point. If you spend time in Kilmore Quay you simply cannot walk past the renowned chip shop, apptly called The Saltee Chipper (named after the island located just off the Kilmore Quay Coast.

Curracloe Beach: Curracloe Beach is widely considered to be Ireland’s most beautiful beach and was used to film some of the beach landing scenes in the film “Saving Private Ryan”. If golden sandy beaches are for you then Curracloe cannot be missed.

Eating in Wexford

Wexford offers a hotbed of mouth-watering dining choices that will suit any person, family or group. Every budget is catered to.

The Lobster Pot: The Lobster Pot is a cosy steak and seafood restaurant nestled beautifully into the Our Lady’s Island area of Wexford. If succulent cod, tender sirloin or fragrant sea-bass are your thing then The Lobster Pot cannot be missed. Recently featured as part of the esteemed Michelin Guide it’s difficult to look past for any seafood-lovers.

Located about a twenty-minute drive from Wexford town The Lobster Pot will be sure to impress.

Cistin Eile: Cistin Eile is considered by locals as being one of Wexford Town’s best dining experiences. Located in the heart of the town (on South Main Street) Cistin Eile offers its visitors a culinary delight that they will not forget in a hurry.

Mary Barry’s  : Mary Barry’s Pub and Restaurant is based in the small village of Kilmore, a stones-throw away from the fishing village of Kilmore Quay. Mary Barry’s is renowned for its friendly and efficient service as well as the selection and quality of its food. Nothing will taste as good after experiencing the area’s sea air. It’s delicious.

Things to do in Wexford

Irish National Heritage Park: Irish National Heritage Park is located in the area of Ferrcarrig, just outside Wexford Town and offers the chance to explore thirty-five acres of land spanning prehistoric periods all the way through to Norman periods. The Irish National Heritage Park is the perfect way to see Ireland’s rich history and suitable for all ages.

Kilmore Quay: Kilmore Quay has one of Ireland’s largest fishing ports as well as some beautiful walks and scenery including the Forlorn Point. If you spend time in Kilmore Quay you simply cannot walk past the renowned chip shop, apptly called The Saltee Chipper (named after the island located just off the Kilmore Quay Coast.

Curracloe Beach: Curracloe Beach is widely considered to be Ireland’s most beautiful beach and was used to film some of the beach landing scenes in the film “Saving Private Ryan”. If golden sandy beaches are for you then Curracloe cannot be missed.

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