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Benedict’s Nightclucb located in Enniscorthy’s Nite life area, beside Treacy’s Hotel, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Benedicts Niteclub and is the South East’s Premier Entertainment Venue. Benedicts is a Neo-Gothic Style Nightclub, resembling a mysterious church. most of the materials were imported from a closed Benedictine monastery in France. Benedict’s vibe is exuberant, extrovert and relaxed Nightclub.…
From the moment you step inside a Sam McCauley Beauty Salon or Spa, the stresses and strains of modern living ebb away. There is a bountiful array of beauty services and products to choose from to meet the needs of every client. With luxurious settings, friendly experienced staff and an excellent array of beauty services…
Located in Treacys Hotel the emphasis is on craic in the popular Temple Bar, where traditional themes combine with subtle modern comforts. From the moment you enter the Temple Bar you’ll enjoy one of the warmest of Irish welcomes. Temple Bar provides great food and entertainment year round 7 Nights a week. You will find…
Located on Rafter Street , this pub is open 7 days a week serving food daily, a traditional Irish pub with a modern feel, you will find a large beer garden at the back of the pub perfect for a sunny day. Entertainment some nights check with pub for more details.
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Founded in 1956 Hillbrook Lawn Tennis Club, Munster Hill, Enniscorthy, County Wexford is a mid-sized family tennis club. The club has 5 omnicourt pro floodlit courts, a pavilion, and a bar. There are approx. 200 members. New members are always welcome and applications can be found on the website or in the club.
Zip Wire, High or Low Aerial Trekking, Fan Descender, Climbing Wall, Gravity is a new and exciting high Ropes Adventure Course open all Year round sevens days a week. The course will exhilarate and test your limits of self confidence and skill.
<Renovated and Refurbished, Enniscorthy Castle explores the Development of the Castle and Town from its earliest Anglo-Norman origins (12th Century) through the 16th century with recreations of Rooms of the last residents, Mr. Henry J. Roche and his family, who lived here from 1903 to 1951. The Exhibitions also explore the 1916 Rising in Enniscorthy…