Surrounded by unspoilt rural landscapes, family run country house, guest houses and B&B’s lead the way when it comes to accommodation on the Hook Peninsula. From the famous husband & wife team of Catherine & Kevin Dundon offering a luxurious welcome through to the intimate surrounds of one of ‘Trips to Discovers’ top 21 B&B’s in Ireland, all boasting homely surrounds where you’ll receive a truly Irish welcome. Visitors can choose from a beachside, hillside or even castle side self-catering house, finding rural peace and tranquillity or joining a lively community in a picturesque village. Why not experience the traditional Irish family holiday with mobile home, caravan and camping parks located close to family friendly flat lying beaches.
Baginbun Lodge Fethard-on-Sea Fethard-on-Sea, New Ross, Co. Wexford Tel: 087 3568250 The new Baginbun lodge is an old police barracks completely refurbished just opened in May this year. There are 12 En suite modern rooms including a family room and wheelchair accessible room. Facilities Map Free Parking Free WiFi
The Grangeville House Tearooms was officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Fethard Mr. John Power on April 13th 2014. Offering Tea and coffee with a range of sweet treats to suit the many dietary requirements.
AA 4 Red Diamonds & TSA 4 Star Accolade. The McNamara’s offer their guests “Warm Irish Welcome”. Enjoy afternoon tea while watching the sunset over idyllic King’s Bay.
The Moorings is a luxurious Bed and Breakfast situated in Duncannon village, a small seaside fishing village set in the beautiful surroundings of the Hook Peninsula.