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Its Spring Time at Kia Ora Mini Farm!! This farm is a safe place for children to roam and learn about the animals and for adults to relax. They have an onsite coffee shop with mouth watering homebaking but picnics are also welcome and they have ample outdoor seating for those fine summer days. The farm is fully wheelchair accessible, has cement paths, toilets, baby changing facilities and offer free car parking in their large carpark. Some of the facilities include Mini Diggers, Sandpits, a football pitch, a rough rider track and we have a convoy of ride on tractors. Read More
This famous landmark in Courtown offers so much to keep the family extertained for hours no matter what the weather! Pirates Cove offers Adventure Golf, Ten pin bowling, Kids Karting, Bungee Trampoline, Bumper Boats, Fun Caves, Archade Games and the Lagoon Cafe. The cater for groups, birthday parties so just get in touch and see how they can help you on your visit to Courtown Harbour. Read More
We are always working to keep our fans up-to-date with what's happening in the village and our Facebook page is one of the fastest ways for us to get our message out there, so please make sure to click on the "Like" tab for all the latest news and events here in Courtown Harbour, Co. Wexford. Read More
Harbour House is a Family run, Irish Tourist Board Approved, 3 Star Guesthouse, situated in the popular village of Courtown Harbour and only 2 minutes from Courtown’s Blue Flag beach.` Run by Margaret and Donal O’Gorman Harbour House featured on the popular ‘At Your Service’ Programme with the Brennan Brothers. Mention you saw them on CourtownHarbour.com ! Read More
A family friendly seaside resort in Co. Wexford. Courtown has been a holiday destination for over a hundred years. With many places to stay from bed and breakfasts to self catering houses and apartments Courtown will be capable to suit your needs.
The village that started as a famine relief project by Lord Courtown to help create a local amenity as well as giving local employment has developed and grown over the years into a vibrant village with many people now choosing to live here all year round.
The village itself has only changed a little throughout these changes and the majority of the new houses and developments are dotted around in nearby Riverchapel and the surrounding townslonds such as Ballinatray Lower, The Red Row, Middletown and Ardamine.
We hope this website will give you a good idea of some of the things to do and see whilst in our little village.