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Gorey, Co. Wexford

Gorey (Irish: Guaire) is a market town, in north County Wexford which is situated midway between Dublin and Wexford, is an ideal centre for the holiday-maker who wishes to gain easy access to the numerous beaches of the area. Molumney Art Centre is open daily in summer.

Gorey has a vibrant cultural life, with a very active Theatre Group, producing several plays through the year, and bringing plays in performed by visiting groups. They also host an annual week long Drama Festival. In the summer months, they put on a twice weekly play, which is popular with locals and visitors alike. Every second year, a Pantomime is produced, which is always well received.

There are numerous activities available locally including championship standard golf, walking, watersports, horse riding and angling.

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 ...
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Golf

The 3rd Hole
European Club, The
Brittas Bay, Co. Wicklow
Course Type: Links
The European Club was formed and designed by renowned Irish designer Pat Ruddy. It swiftly became recognised for the level of quality that awaits on the course and has received countless votes of confidence from the international golfing press. R ...
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Self Catering

There is no featured selfcatering establishment in the area

What's On

BrookLodge Farmers Market - County Wicklow
Brooklodge Farmers Market

BrookLodge Hotel, Macreddin village, County Wicklow

Organic food markets, held on the first Sunday of the month, noon-5pm (April - October).

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Tourist Attractions

Avondale House & Forest Park - Rathdrum County Wicklow Ireland
Avondale House & Forest Park
Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow
Avondale House was built in 1777 for Samuel Hayes and when he died in 1795 the house passed to the Parnell Family. It was at Avondale that Charles Stewart Parnell, one of the greatest political leaders of modern Irish history, was born in 1846. ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
Sha Roe Bistro
Clonegal, Co. Carlow
Henry Stone - well known for his years as head chef at nearby Marlfield House - and his partner, Stephanie Barrillier, hit the ground running when they opened this restaurant on the ground floor of a 1690 house on the main street of Clonegal, in ...
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  • Marlfield House - Midweek Madness

    Escape to the country this Summer and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of Marlfield House and it’s beautiful gardens. With three Summer midweek offers starting from only €75 per person there has never been a better time to visit Marlfield.

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