The area is steeped in history which is reflected in the many abbeys, castles, fortifications, and prehistoric sites. Many of these are haunting ruins, yet some have been restored to their former glory and some are still serving their original purpose.
The South East has the best climate in Ireland and this can be seen in the beautiful gardens and the expansive Kennedy Arboretum all of which are close to the Coachouse.
The region is primarily agricultural and if you come from a city, a visit to an open farm could be a wonderful learning experience for you. There are several in the vicinity.
Some of the finest arts and crafts in Ireland are to found in this region.
There are some well known International and local festivals held throughout the region at various times of the year.
The Dunbrody, a replica famine ship, is permanently docked in New Ross (just 5 miles from The Coachouse). This beautiful ship is open to visitors and features role plays and lists of the names of emmigrants who went to America at the time of the Great Famine of the 19th century
For your accommodation while in the South East of Ireland, you may contact the Coachouse by phone at: ?51-423645 or
send an email or complete a request form by clicking the email button on the left.
For rates and booking information, click the booking button on the left.
Andy and Anne Jones look forward to welcoming you to the Coachouse for your vacation in Ireland.