The Pines Country House Hotel

Camolin, Enniscorthy, Ireland
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Travel Tips for Enniscorthy

Golf Clubs, a good book or two

by vinegarhill1798

Ireland, and especially rural Ireland and placed like Enniscorthy as ideal places to let it all hang out and relax. The local golf club provides for all the travellers refreshment requirements. But its nice to sit and read or catch up on local history and places of interest Wet gear is a must. If you arrive in Ireland during the 'summer' months - then expect rain. The temperate climate makes for changeable weather and no two days are the same generally. The best months are April, May to early June. Ireland is a modern Country and has a modern health service. If you take ill 'after hours' you can call a caredoc 1850 334 999. There's a photographic shop in every large town but if your looking for a speciality item such as a lens you'd be better to shop around.

Quaint Hostleries

by vinegarhill1798

Wexford is one of the most friendliest Counties in Ireland. This is as a result of its history and location. It has the largest Ferry and Shipping port in Southern Ireland and as a result locals are no strangers to visitors. Enniscorthy is nestled in the heart of this wonderful County with its rolling hills and dales. It has some specacular views and these are located from the north to the south of this long land. In the north west of the County bordering Carnew, Wicklow and Ferns, Wexford I'd recommend Sliabh BuĂ­ (Yellow Hill) then across to Bunclody and the Blackstairs Mountains and in particular Mt. Leinster, which is easily accessible by auto-mobile. Back down to Enniscorthy and Vinegar Hill and travelling south to Forth Mountain and Carrig-Byrne. The southern coastline is worth a visit and in particular Nowth Head, Kilmore quay and Ballyhack. Lovely seafood restaurants are scattered around the coast with fresh catch a speciality.

My favourite little unspoilt gems were Doyle's Pub 'The Still' only a walk from the Monart Spa Hotel. Sit and read a book among the Swans, Ducks and pleasant ripple of the steam. A short trip up the road and you'll find another quaint local pub known as 'The Hollow' (or 'De Halla).
Summer evening are the best time for these visits are the owners could be out on the land during the day.

Enniscorthy

by horseskoby

Enniscorthy a town south of dublin. One of the most significant locations in the 1798 rebellion is well worth a visit. There is a good visitor centre there which deals with this rebellion.Once here make sure you visit Vinegar Hill on a sunny day a historical spot with a tremendous view

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