Local Attractions

Things to do during your stay

Kilmore Quay is a quintessential fishing village in the south east corner of Ireland. Its thatched cottages and stunning coastal views give it an easy charm but don't mistake its peaceful appearance for dreariness, there are a wide range of activities within easy reach to occupy all of our visitors.

Food and Drink

If you are a seafood lover (and even if you're not) Kilmore has its fair share of exquisite dining options, most notably Mary Barry's restaurant and bar just over 1km from Oak Tree Lane and the Silver Fox and the Little Saltee Chipper just a quick spin down the road in Kilmore Quay. There are also several other options for both food and drinks in Kilmore, Kilmore Quay and Bridgetown villages, not to mention Wexford Town which is a short 20 minute drive away.

Day Trips

Day Trips can be arranged from the marina in Kilmore Quay to the Saltee Islands via a local service as well as angling and whale watching trips. The Norman Way provides numerous historic walking trails, as do the local beaches which - tide depending - allow you to walk from Kilmore Quay to Carne along the sand. Ballycross Apple Farm offers a great family day out with animals, go-karts, tractor rides and of course delicious apples and juices. Golfers rejoice with several courses nearby including Rathaspeck Manor, St Helen's, Rosslare and Wexford Golf Clubs. Kilmore Quay offers some gorgeous boutique shopping options and hidden gems (including the Hidden Gem) and of course Wexford Town is nearby for those in need of more variety.

Transport options

We also run a successful coach and taxi company so transport is always available, just let us know what you need. Alternatively, there is a local link bus service into Wexford Town and inter County trains and buses for those who need to go further afield. Last but not least, Rosslare Europort is 18 km away giving full access to the UK and France.

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