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The Blue Door B & B,Wexford

Some good things to do in Wexford
The Blue Door B & B click to enlarge
Wexford's Quay boasts an award winning boardwalk and promenade, ideal for an evening stroll. Wexford town and counties main attractions are all within easy reach of the Blue Door, whether you fancy a drive to curracloe beach, a visit to one of Wexford's castles and simply a great day of shopping followed by an evening in one of Our many restaurants or pubs, The location of The Blue Door makes it a ideal place to stay.
The Blue Door B & B
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The Dunbrody Heritage Ship based in New Ross, Co Wexford, only a 15 minute drive from Wexford Town is an authentic replica of the Three Masted Barque built in Quebec in 1845. This accurate and full scale reproduction of a 19th century famine ship provides the visitor with a unique experience from a period in history which shaped modern day America and Ireland.
The Blue Door B & B click to enlarge
Johnstown Castle is one of many castles in the area. This is a large gothic-revival style mansion incorporating part of a more ancient castle. It has 50 acres of ornamental grounds and over 200 different kinds of trees, shrubs and three ornamental lakes with wildlife. It also hosts the Irish Agricultural Museum & Famine Exhibition.  Johnstown Castle is well worth a visit during your stay in Wexford.