Local Attractions

Gardens at Perrymount Country Home Bed and Breakfast Inch Gorey Ireland

 

  • Toss Byrnes (50metres away): Local Pub with food trailer located outside during the summer months.
  • Wexford Lavender Farm (2km away): This lavender farm provides two fragrant acres of Wexford countryside, which are perfect for relaxing wander, appreciating the stunning colour of this enchanting plant. There is also a kid's play area, a café and a shop for plant sales. Thisis a great area and very popular.
  • Ballyfad Wood Walk (2km away): Ballyfad Wood Walk Trails is set over 200 acres of mature woodlands. A special section of the trail features a fairy walk, especially for younger walkers.
  • Green’s Berry Farm Shop Tinnock (3km away): In the summer season, the shelves of this shop are loaded with punnets of jewel like fruits. Famous Wexford Strawberries, gooseberries, blackberries, loganberries and raspberries are all here.
  • Gorey Town (8 km away): Gorey is a very lively and busy town with a number of independent boutiques, which specialise in occasion wear. It also has a number of lovely restaurants with a variety to choose from Katie Daly’s Bar & Restaurant, 100 Hundred Degrees Restaurant & Wine Bar, The Coach House, The Bistro Restaurant, Eco Pizzeria, Marlfield House & the Duck Restaurant and The Kitchen. There are also hotels in the area, which include The Ashdown Park Hotel, The Amber Springs Hotel, Marlifield House and Sealfield Hotel (Ballymoney).
  • Arklow Town (8 km away): You can visit the Marintime museum, which takes you through the history of Arklow’s boat building, lifeboat and fishing traditions. This museum is conveniently located in the Bridgewater shopping centre where you can go shopping, go to the cinema or try one of the restaurants.
  • Arklow Rock Cliff Walk: The quarry is still active however walkers can now enjoy a trail that has been developed by current quarry operators Roadstone, along the higher point of Arklow Rock that skirts around the quarrys’ edge. The linear walk is approximately 5km out and back with stunning views south towards Wexford and the Wicklow Mountains northwards.
  • Croghan Mountain: This mountain measures at 606 meters, is the 211st- highest peak in Ireland. Croghan is situated at the far southeastern end of the Wicklow Mountains on the Wicklow and Wexford border. The hike to thr top is definitely worth it for the magnificent views. 
  • Tara Hill Trail: Tara Hill is a hill dominating the landscape over Gorey, Court town and Castletown. Tara hill is only 253m high but as it sits beside the gorgeous Wexford coastline it provides extensive panoramic views of the sea and distant larger mountains. 
  • Barnadown Equestrian Centre: located 10mins drive from this show jumping centre.
  • Beaches: You have a choice of stunning beaches in Castletown, Courtown, Ballymoney, Arklow South or Britas Bay.
  • Kia Ora Mini Farm: From getting to play with puppies to having the opportunity to meet an array of farm animals, the Kia Ora Mini Farm promises fun and excitement for all the family. The is also a range of exotic animals to be seen, as well as rides for all ages.
  • Courtown Harbour: if you’re looking for a nice seaside village for a delicious 99, this place is worth a visit! Also located in the area is Pirates Cove an entertainment centre for families which provides bowling, adventure golf, kid’s karting, bumper boats, the pirate train and paddle boats.
  • Courtown Seal Rescue Centre: You may be lucky enough to witness a seal being released back into the sea! Keep an eye on their facebook page for the most up-to-date information.
  • Golfing: There are some fantastic golf courses in Arklow, Ballymoney, Gorey and Courtown.
  • Tick Tock Farm: Tick-Tock Activity Farm, in County Wicklow, caters for toddlers and up to 10 year olds. You can meet all the farmyard friends, paint on the activity bus, enjoy the indoor and outdoor play areas, pet corner, tractors and much more.
  • Wells House and Gardens: Explore 450 acres of enchanting woodlands & gardens, including fairy & Gruffalo walks, animal farm, playground, café and craft shop.
  • Avoca Village and Handweavers: Avoca (Irish: Abhóca) is a small town near Arklow, in County Wicklow, which situated on the River Avoca .The Avoca area has been associated with its famous copper mines for many years and the valley has been immortalised by Thomas Moore in the famous song
  • The Meeting of the Waters. The name of the song derives from the meeting of the Avonmore and Avonbeg rivers, about two miles from the village of Avoca. The song is said to have been written under a tree, the stump of which remains by the Meetings. Avoca is also famous for its handweaving. Avoca Handweavers are based in Avoca. Tours of Ireland's oldest working handweaving mill, with a clothing and home goods store, plus café.
  • Greenan Maze: Greenan Maze is located in County Wicklow, with two mazes, three museums, nature walks, woodlands, ponds, wildlife, farm animals, play areas, treasure hunt and fairy tree walk, there is plenty of fun for all ages.