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Ballyhack is the tiny village where the Passage East ferry travels from, it is nice to park here and watch the ferry travelling to and fro, beware of the very steep hill on the left of the ferry especially if you are on a push bike.
Written Dec 6, 2003
We came across this Garden Centre by mistake and not choice, so I cannot tell you how to find it, all I know is we were on our way from Cork to Waterford, and saw a small sign saying Garden Centre. We went up a very steep lane and it looked as if we were going no-where , then we came to it, and had a very pleasant couple of hours there.
Updated Nov 9, 2003
The beach at Bannow, just up the lane is the old church, well worth a visit, and carry on up the lane to the Brandarn Inn (m spelt wrongly I think ) you cannot miss it, it is painted bright PINK, but Mary will make you very welcome especially if you can play an instrument- go along on a saturday night it sure is an experience that everyone should have at least once!!!!!!!
Written Sep 19, 2003
Courtown harbour is about 30 km north of Enniscorthy, just another 6 km from Gorey. It's very popular with Dubliners in the summer and you can walk up to Roney Point...sometimes you can see seals there.
Written Mar 10, 2003
Talk about off the beaten path, if it wasnt for the fact that I was with a local, I'd never be able to find the place!! :) But follow the Bannow drive and you'll come across a sign eventually for Cullenstown strand and just drive slowly down the windy narrow roads to get there.
It's a nice beach and there are excellent views of Hook head to the west and the ferries from Rosslare in the east. Off in the distance you can see the Saltee Islands.
Written Sep 24, 2002
If you had the means and wherewithwal, it is actually possible to sail up the Slaney valley from Wexford harbour all the way up to Enniscorthy. (it;s not recommended that you go beyond Enniscorthy) .
So that might a pretty cool and "off-the-wall" thing to do! :)
Written Feb 25, 2003
Just driving from Waterford back to Cork we took the coastal route and came across some splendid beaches, that were completely empty.......Excellant
Written Nov 9, 2003
1 Review and 647 Opinions Very nice place to stay. Went there on Business. Great facilities. Central location.