|Saint Martins Amenities||Local Amenities|
|Central Heating||Boat Trips|
|No Smoking House||Country Walks|
|TV in Bedrooms||Rosslare Euro Ferry|
|Tea & Coffee making facilities||Forest Walks|
|Pitch & Putt|
At Saint Martin’s Guest Accommodation you can enjoy the best the game of Golf has to offer throughout the year. A number of championship courses are within twenty minutes drive.
Two hundred kilometres of coastline on two seas: miles and miles of unspoilt golden strand and secluded coves, four Blue Flag awards attesting to the purity of the water, added to the wild beauty and more hours of sunshine than any other part of Ireland make Wexford a beach lovers paradise.
Irish Agricultural Museum
The Irish Agricultural Museum is within the ornamental grounds of Johnstown Castle.
This award winning museum has 25,000 sq. feet of displays on agriculture, rural transport, country furniture.
A new permanent exhibition on 400 years of the potato opened in Spring 1998.
Irish National Heritage Park
The Irish National Heritage Park depicts many settlements in Ireland from 7000 BC to the arrival of the Norman’s in the 12th century. Stroll through the park with it’s homesteads, places of ritual, burial modes with long forgotten remains.
Your sense ‘s come alive with sights and sounds stretching back almost 900 years.
National 1798 Centre, Enniscorthy
The National 1798 visitor centre traces the Rebellion of 1798 in County Wexford, together with events as they happened in Europe, United States and Australia.
The Revolution experience is dramatic audio visual display using a curved screen to simulate the battle of Vinegar Hill and is the highlight of the show.
The John F. Kennedy Arboretum
The John F. Kennedy Arboretum, on 252 hectares contains over 4,500 types of trees and shrubs, 200 forest plots, rhododendrons, dwarf conifers, lake, viewing point, tea room and visitor centre with an audio-visual show.