Bunclody, Co. Wexford

Bunclody is a small picturesque town in County Wexford on the River Slaney at the foot of Mount Leinster on the border between Wexford and Carlow. The R746 regional road intersects the N80 in the centre of the town. There is great scenery and lovely walks and drives around Bunclody. There is fishing locally on the Rivers Slaney and Barrow. Tennis and an open-air swimming pool are available to visitors.


Gardens

Newtownbarry House Gardens - Bunclody County Wexford Ireland
Newtownbarry House Gardens
Bunclody, Co. Wexford
The restoration of the gardens at Newtownbarry House has all the excitement of memories brought back to life. After 50 years of neglect, sturdy saplings and rampant brambles had to be cleared to reveal the layout of the historic sunken garden.&r ...

Golf

Coolattin Golf Club - Coollattin Shillelagh Arklow Co Wicklow Ireland
Coolattin Golf Club
Arklow, Co. Wicklow
Course Type: Parkland
Coollattin Golf Club is a Peter McEvoy designed par 70 championship parkland golf course that is surrounded by scenic views of the Wicklow countryside. Coollattin is a challenging course that prides itself as an oasis of calm in a truly beaut ...

Self Catering

There is no featured selfcatering establishment in the area

What's On

Aughrim Farmers Market - Co Wicklow - Saturdays
Aughrim Farmers Market - Saturdays 11am-2pm

Aughrim Park Pavillion, Aughrim, Co Wicklow

Contact: Caroline Dillon 086 086 5838

Tourist Attractions

Ferns Castle - Ferns County Wexford Ireland
Ferns Castle
Ferns, Co. Wexford
Ferns Castle was built in the 13th century and originally formed a square, with large corner towers but now just half of the castle remains. The most complete tower contains a circular chapel with carved ornament, several original fireplaces and ...

Wedding Venues

Wedding
Waterside
Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny
Brian and Brigid Roberts’ restaurant and guesthouse is a favourite spot for the many who love the waterside setting of their attractive old warehouse beside the River Barrow, the quaintness of Graiguenamanagh town - and Brigid’s whole ...
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