The customer may stay at either Coast Kilmore Quay or Coast Rosslare Strand, depending on preference and availability.
A newly refurbished hotel set in the picturesque Kilmore Quay, Coast Kilmore Quay defines a contemporary Irish holiday, suitable for families as well as couples looking for a relaxing getaway. Nature trails and sea walks are a great way to spend time in Kilmore, with miles of beautiful beaches stretching along the gloriously scenic Wexford coastline. Saltee Islands, located just 5km off the coast of Kilmore Quay, is a haven for various types of sea birds, while other popular activities in the area include leisure boating and fishing.
The rooms are designed with the concept of motel-style rooms, with a relaxed, coastal feel and amenities including en suite shower rooms, flat-screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, hair dryers, tea- and coffee-making facilities and telephones.
Food and drinks are on top of the list at Coast Kilmore Quay, with three dining venues and a selection of menus featuring locally sourced produce when possible to choose from. Guests can enjoy a hearty Irish breakfast, afternoon tea, dinner, light snacks and Sunday lunch without having to leave the hotel.
The modern-style Coast Hotel Rosslare Strand is situated in the heart of a picturesque Rosslare Strand Village, providing comfy accommodation as well as an on-site restaurant and bar. guests will be just a 10-minute drive from Rosslare Europort.
The hotel’s rooms boast simple elegant decor and light colour tones. They come equipped with flat-screen TVs and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Each room has an en suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
The hotel’s restaurant serves up traditional Irish breakfasts and a wide choice of lunch and dinner dishes. A selection of Irish and international beers may be enjoyed at the bar, alongside other cocktails and spirits.”
Groupon’s Guide to County Wexford
Bordered by Waterford, Kilkenny, Carlow and Wicklow, County Wexford is the largest of Leinster’s 12 counties in size, and fourth largest in terms of population. Named after the town of Wexford, the county is situated in the province of Leinster and is part of the South-East Region.
Local landmarks include the scenic Bannow Drive, a signposted route through four Wexford villages – Duncormick, Cullenstown, Bannow and Wellingtonbridge, popular amongst tourists. The Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience is an interactive experience featuring an authentic reproduction of an 1840s emigrant vessel alongside a popular interpretation of the Irish famine emigrant experience. The Irish National Heritage Park is an open-air museum which recreates the key stages in Ireland’s cultural evolution. Travellers may also visit Ballyteigue Burrow, located near Duncormick, one of the finest protected sand dune systems in Ireland. Rich in wildflowers, wildlife and butterflies, this 9km coastal stretch is a protected nature reserve. The Hook Peninsula, featuring the medieval Hook Lighthouse and the historic townland of Loftus Hall, is noted for its many beaches and spectacular scenery.
Beachgoers may head to one of the popular beaches located in Courtown, Curracloe, Carnsore Point, Duncannon or Rosslare Strand.