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Gorey Introduction

The market town of Gorey in northern County Wexford is ideal for a fun-filled holiday, with plenty to do for travellers of all ages. It exudes a small-village vibe with its brightly coloured shops, pubs and restaurants, yet is undeniably modern with world-class golf clubs and a hip shopping centre. Gorey is also a vibrant arts and culture hub, offering drama festivals, art exhibitions and storytelling sessions. And with numerous walking trails nearby, it's a great place to explore the area's natural beauty and history.

Hotels in Gorey

If you're looking for luxury hotels in Gorey, you'll find suitable accommodations in 4-star establishments that offer upscale features to ensure a comfortable stay. Spacious, thoughtfully decorated guestrooms come with luxe en suite bathrooms and premium bedding. Elegant restaurants and bars provide fine dining, and there are full-service spas to spoil guests with relaxing massages. Some have indoor pools and business centres, along with outdoor spaces like terraces and gardens for peaceful downtimes. If you're on a tight budget. you can opt for a B&B, where you can stay in a cosy guestroom and enjoy room service. With free perks such as Wi-Fi, parking and breakfast, you're likely to get good value for your money.

Where to stay in Gorey

Most of the hotels in Gorey are situated near the town centre. Stay in the Goreybridge area and you can take leisurely strolls beside the River Banoge on your way to nearby supermarkets and the shops, pubs and restaurants lining Esmonde Street. You can also check out the Raheenagurren West district for lodging choices that are conveniently situated near bus stations. A state-of-the-art cinema is also within easy reach. The village of Inch, located north of Gorey's town centre, is another good option. It's close to beaches and heritage sites, and activities like hill walking are likewise nearby.

Things to see in Gorey

Gorey is a popular destination for a family vacation because of attractions like the Gravity Extreme Adventure complex in Courtown Harbor, which offers activities like aerial trekking, ziplining, laser tag and many more to keep kids and adults alike entertained for hours. For a day of fun in the sun, head to Morriscastle Beach in Kilmuckridge village. Referred to as 'The Golden Mile', this Blue Flag beach has sand dunes and relatively shallow water that's safe for kids. It's also a popular spot for fishing; the catch of the day might include bass, flounder or bull huss. For a touch of history, go on a 20-minute road trip south to see the ruins of the medieval St Peter's Church. There's a bit of uncertainty over when the church was actually built. Nevertheless, it remains an interesting historical site, with its Romanesque and Gothic lancet windows, and rounded chancel arch.

How to get to Gorey

Gorey is only an hour's drive away from Dublin Airport, which serves as a gateway for passengers from all over the world. If you prefer to hire a car and drive yourself to Gorey, your route will encompass the M50 and N11 roads. If you're considering taking public transportation, there are several bus companies plying routes from the airport and from elsewhere in Dublin, including the national bus carrier Bus Éireann as well as private operators like Wexford Bus and Ardcavan. Gorey is also connected to other destinations in Ireland through the Irish Rail network; you can find the train station in the town centre.