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Lonely Planet review
Damaged in the 1798 rebellion, this glorious country estate is now a three-room guesthouse. The entry features a gravity-defying spiral staircase that amazes now just as it did over 200 years ago. Green practices are used throughout and you can make arrangements for dinner (organic, of course). It is 13km west of Enniscorthy.
Our independent authors have visited Woodbrook House and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Enniscorthy.
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National 1798 Rebellion Centre
A visit here before climbing Vinegar Hill greatly enhances its impact. The centre's exhibits cover the French and American revolutions...
During the 1798 Rising, rebels used this castle as a prison. The stout, four-towered keep was built by the Normans. Like much else in...
To visit the scene of the 1798 events, get a map from the tourist office and look for signs. It's a 2km drive or about a 45-minute walk...
Slanted on the side of a hill, across from the river, this creaky black-and-white pub dates from 1790 and is somewhere between twee and...
This cafe does a brisk trade in homemade cakes, pies, sandwiches and daily specials.