Weekend Wonders for #NorthWexford
The weekend is fast approaching, with plenty to do and see here in North Wexford we have the following suggestions & recommendations for you to enjoy your weekend and everything that is #onourdoorstep
Enjoy an Exotic Animal Encounter
As part of a visit to Wells House and Gardens enjoy one of the many new offerings from their Animal Farm team giving you the opportunity to get up close with some of their residents including meerkats, racoons, tortoises and even skunks!
Enjoy their two woodland walks, relax in their gardens and enjoy lunch or treats from their restaurant during your visit to this award-winning day out!
To find out more about their Animal Experiences please click here
The eagerly anticipated October midterm break is only weeks away and this week our annual festival A VERY GOReY HALLOWEEN launched, so why not plan your break with some of the FANGtastic events taking place from 22nd to 31st October here in North Wexford!
Saturday 30th is also the official launch of the redeveloped Gorey District Park and Gorey Kilmuckirdge Municipal District has a family fun-filled day planned from 12 to 4:30pm in the park!
Sustainable Shopping & Warm Welcomes!
Gorey is renowned for it’s amazing shopping but 2021 saw the arrival of a new shop to Gorey and what an impact it has had!
The Refillery offers a plastic free physical and online store and stocks organic, ethically sourced products, all supplied plastic free.
The idea is you bring along your own empty containers and refill with your favourite foods or cleaning products. They offer a local click & collect and free local delivery service with nationwide deliveries available.
Owners Clare & Don are on hand and happy to offer advice on how you can lead a more sustainable lifestyle with small changes! Pop in and have a look in their shop on Thomas st Gorey!
Without doubt Ballymoney beach & surrounding areas hold a special place in the hearts of so many families and visitors who spend their summers down here in North Wexford.
Although by mid October the beach is certainly a different place but there is no better way to spend a morning or afternoon at the weekend then on a semi deserted beach, looking at the waves crashing in with gusts of winds carrying you forward!
Nothing soothes the soul like a walk on a beach!
Thank Goodness for the team at the Ashdown Park Hotel, as we emerged from lockdown the team decided to undertake a revamp of their Rowan Tree Restaurant and the makeover is superb, what better setting to gather with friends and enjoy dinner and a catch up?
To match the stunning makeover in the restaurant Chef Val was busy creating his new impressive menu featuring the finest produce from Redmond’s Farm with a focus on sustainable farm to fork quality that is growing the reputation of Gorey and the Redmond hotels as a Foodie destination & was covered by Pól Ó’Conghaile in last week’s Sunday Independent!
Reservations can be made by calling 053 948 0500