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Self Catering Wexford

Self Catering Wexford: With the beautiful weather in the sunny south east of Ireland, why not plan your summer self catering holiday in Wexford. Our wonderful and luxurious self catering cottages are nested in the heart of this beautiful and picturesque fishing village of Kilmore Quay, situated […]

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Spring Trips from Kilmore Quay, Co Wexford

Spring Trips from Kilmore Quay, Co Wexford Here is another ideal day excursion from Kilmore Quay, on a Spring or Summers day, traveling along the beautiful, scenic Wexford coastline, with plenty of historic sites to visit along the way BAGINBUN BAY near the Hook Peninsula is noted […]

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Kennedy Memorial Park – More Interesting Places to Visit Near Kilmore Quay, Co Wexford

Kennedy Memorial Park – More Interesting Places to Visit Near Kilmore Quay, Co Wexford As the Summer is approaching and the weather is brightening and getting warmer its the perfect time to plan your Summer 2014 holidays. Our Self Catering Cottages offer the perfect get away for […]

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Nearby Places to Visit – Kilmore Quay, Wexford Town

Nearby Places to Visit – Kilmore Quay, Wexford Town: Wexford town is on the site of the prehistoric  Celtic settlement linked with the 9th century Viking settlement to form what is now Wexford. Part of the old city walls still remains.   Google it  to see the wide […]

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THE HOOK LIGHTHOUSE, Wexford

THE HOOK LIGHTHOUSE, Wexford The Hook Lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses in Europe and the current structure has stood for almost 100 years. It can be easily seen from Kilmore Quay on a clear day. There is a tradition that it was built by monks […]

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THE COMPASS ROSE OF KILMORE QUAY

THE COMPASS ROSE OF KILMORE QUAY This compass rose, measuring 30 feet in diameter, is situated over the slipway in front of our holiday cottages at the end of the garden in Olinda, kilmore Quay, Co Wexford. It has been  beautifully restored by the present owner of […]

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History of Olinda Coastal Cottages, Kilmore Quay

THE  LIFEGUARD STATION, OLINDA COASTAL COTTAGES, KILMORE QUAY At the end of the 19th century the old window was a coastguard station. In 1876 it was sold to Francis Millar and after that it was sold in 1912 for £560 to William Tanner Boxwell of Birkenhead in […]

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LOCAL BEACHES IN KILMORE QUAY WEXFORD

BALLYTEIGUE BURROW BEACH &  NATURE TRAIL Local Beaches in Kilmore Quay – The ‘Burrow Beach ‘as it is know locally, is a very fine sand dune system  immediately beside the  thatched village of Kilmore Quay. It stretches for miles in the direction of the peninsula. Mid May […]

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SEA WALKS AROUND KILMORE QUAY, Wexford

SEA WALKS AROUND KILMORE QUAY, Wexford Kilmore Quay, is surrounded by miles of beautiful beaches stretching all along the scenic Wexford coastline. As part of our local attractions we will give details of one of the local Nature Trails and Sea Walks that our guests have done […]

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More Local Attractions: ST PATRICKS BRIDGE AND OLD NIC(THE DEVIL)

More Local Attractions: ST PATRICKS BRIDGE AND OLD NIC(THE DEVIL)   We are continuing with our historic series of local attractions in Kilmore Quay Village: ST PATRICKS BRIDGE AND OLD NIC(THE DEVIL), Kilmore Quay Scenic Village, Wexford The legend  of how the bridge was formed is more […]

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