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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

Ram House Gardens - County Wexford Ireland
Ram House Gardens
Gorey, Co. Wexford
The Ram House, nestling behind a stone wall and a wicket gate, its Georgian fanlight draped in roses and clematis, looks like a Beatrix Potter illustration. The cottage style garden lives up to the image and is packed with interest and full of in ...
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Golf

Woodenbridge Golf Club - County Wicklow Ireland
Woodenbridge Golf Club
Woodenbridge, Co. Wicklow
Course Type: Parkland
The Patrick Merrigan designed Woodenbridge Golf Club is a Par 71 (72 for ladies) parkland course. The beautiful Avoca river comes into play on no less than 10 holes, each providing unique challenges for players of all handicaps. Some of the fi ...
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Self Catering

There is no featured selfcatering establishment in the area

What's On

Enniscorthy Farmers Market - County Wexford - Saturdays
Enniscorthy Farmers Market

The Abbey Square Carpark, Enniscorthy, County Wexford

Every Saturday 9am-2pm

Contact: Pat Roche - 087 794 8830 www.wexfordfarmersmarkets.com
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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
The BrookLodge Hotel & Wells Spa
Macreddin Village, Co. Wicklow
Surrounded by the spectacular scenery of County Wicklow, yet only 50 minutes drive from South Dublin, this hotel is spacious and welcoming, with elegant country house furnishings, open fires and plenty of places for guests to mill around comforta ...
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