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  B&B Enniscorthy Wexford Bed and Breakfast Enniscorthy B&B Accommodation Enniscorthy Bed & Breakfast Enniscorthy St ...
Enniscorthy is situated on en-route from Rosslare to Dublin on the N11.
Enniscorthy is an ideal base for touring the Southeast of Ireland.
Whilst wandering through the small streets of Enniscorthy, viewing these places of interest, why not enjoy a drink in one of the local pubs and be sure of some good 'craic' in the evening.
www.enniscorthy.net   (396 words)

  Enniscorthy - LoveToKnow 1911
Enniscorthy was taken by Cromwell in 1649, and in 17 9 8 was stormed and burned by the rebels, whose main forces encamped on an eminence called Vinegar Hill, which overlooks the town from the east.
The old castle of Enniscorthy, a massive square pile with a round tower at each corner, is one of the earliest military structures of the Anglo-Norman invaders, founded by Raymond le Gros (1176).
Ferns, the next station to Enniscorthy on the railway towards Dublin, was the seat of a former bishopric, and the modernized cathedral, and ruins of a church, an Augustinian monastery founded by Dermod Mac-Morrough about 1160, and a castle of the Norman period, are still to be seen.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Enniscorthy   (223 words)

 Enniscorthy - Wexford on ForumForUs
Enniscorthy is the third largest town in County Wexford in the Republic of Ireland (Pop.
The Museum is housed in Enniscorthy Castle, a typical Norman stronghold, in which Edmund Spenser wrote "The Faerie Queene".
Amenities: Enniscorthy is pleasantly situated by the River Slaney, and has short walks beside it to the north and to the south, on the west bank.
wexford.forumforus.com /Enniscorthy   (643 words)

 Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford - 1 2 Travel - Ireland Travel Information Guide
Enniscorthy is an attractive town situated on the banks of the river Slaney.
Also in Enniscorthy, there is St. Aidan's Cathedral standing on a towering hill overlooking the river.
The train station in Enniscorthy is on the main line between Dublin and Rosslare giving you easy access to seaports and airports.
www.12travel.co.uk /ie/South_East/Enniscorthy.html   (259 words)

  Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford - myguideIreland - The Ireland Travel Information Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Enniscorthy is an attractive town situated on the banks of the river Slaney.
Also in Enniscorthy, there is St. Aidan's Cathedral standing on a towering hill overlooking the river.
The train station in Enniscorthy is on the main line between Dublin and Rosslare giving you easy access to seaports and airports.
www.12travel.com /ie/South_East/Enniscorthy.html   (317 words)

 Attractions Enniscorthy Wexford Fishing Wexford Touring Golf Wexford St Judes Enniscorthy County Wexford
This 18-hole Par 72 parkland is a delight to all who play it, with scenic views of the Leinster Mountains and is renowned for the quality of its greens.
About six generations ago the only daughter of one of the Carley's married a man named Owens, which is the family name to this day.
The pottery has benefited from the revival of interest in handmade clay flower pots, and the growing awareness of indigenous craft produce as a functional and attractive asset to contemporary life in the house and garden.
www.enniscorthy.net /attractions.htm   (707 words)

 Hotel in the centre of Enniscorthy, County Wexford.
The town of Enniscorthy is situated in County Wexford, on the banks of the River Slaney, and offers visitors a variety of Enniscorthy attractions.
The main attractions in Enniscorthy include Enniscorthy Castle, St Aidan's Cathedral and the County Wexford Museum, all of which are within easy reach of our Enniscorthy accommodation.
On the banks of the River Slaney in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, this large hotel has an indoor swimming pool and gym.
www.milford.co.uk /ireland/enniscorthy.html   (146 words)

 Welcome to the Fleadh Cheoil 2000 Homepage
However, due to Millennium Fleadh 2000 being the second year in succession for Enniscorthy to host it, most of last year's applications for accommodation through the Fleadh Accommodation Office did not materialize, as people booked their rooms with their hosts when leaving in 1999.
Speaking on the occasion in Cumhalturlann na hÉireann, Dun Laoghaire, Uachtarán Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, Clement Mac Suibhne, said it was obvious to everybody who had attended the Fleadh that it was an extremely well-run one, from the venues, accommodation arrangements and catering plans to the colourful, high-quality programme.
He complimented Enniscorthy on being chosen again and he had no doubt that the organising committee, who were present in large numbers to hear the announcement, would do an even better job next year.
www.wexford-online.com /fleadh   (435 words)

 Enniscorthy, County Wexford
THE principal part of the town of Enniscorthy, including the Castle, with its grey towers, is situated on the side of a steep hill, rising above the river Slaney, county of Wexford.
The Slaney, which, from Enniscorthy downwards, is a large tidal river, is navigable for barks of considerable tonnage.
The Castle of Enniscorthy, seen to the right of our sketch, was originally erected by Raymond le Gros, and is one of the earliest military structures of the Anglo-Norman settlers.
www.libraryireland.com /articles/EnniscorthyIDJ/index.php   (363 words)

 The HooK: NEWS- Frozen asset: Enniscorthy not for sale   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Historic Enniscorthy farm raised eyebrows when it sold for a record-breaking $17 million in 2001, an all-time high for Albemarle County property.
Little more than a year later, the estate was in the news again when its new owner, former Tyco chief financial officer Mark Swartz, was indicted along with extravagant party thrower/former CEO Dennis Kozlowski for allegedly bilking the company of $600 million.
In 2001, Enniscorthy was listed for a whopping $22 million, and Bonner admits he was "very" surprised at the amount Swartz paid for the property-- and how quickly it sold.
www.readthehook.com /stories/2003/12/03/newsFrozenAssetEnniscorthy.html   (611 words)

 Enniscorthy Enterprise and Technology Centre - business units / offices for rent Enniscorthy Co. Wexford - business ...
Enniscorthy Enterprise and Technology Centre - business units / offices for rent Enniscorthy Co. Wexford - business centre enniscorthy
This support unit has been invaluable in creating a research and development edge to the centre that has encouraged the establishment of some innovative projects, financed through the EU as well as FÁS funding aimed at helping enhance the prospects of people working in the south East Region.
The Enniscorthy Enterprise Centre is very much part of the business life of the South East, delivering a high quality service to Enniscorthy and its surrounding area.
www.eetc.ie   (202 words)

 Enniscorthy Echo | Enniscorthy News | Enniscorthy Sport
IDYLLIC CLONEGAL was shaken to its core on Friday night when four masked men raided the house of an elderly woman and her son.
THE MANSLAUGHTER trial into the death of Enniscorthy mother, Evelyn Joel, opens this morning, Wednesday, at Wexford Circuit Criminal Court.
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www.enniscorthyecho.ie   (129 words)

 Enniscorthy travel guide - Wikitravel
Europe : Western Europe : Ireland : Southeast Ireland : County Wexford : Enniscorthy
Enniscorthy (Irish: Inis Córthaidh) is a town in County Wexford situated on the River Slaney.
It was originally a Norman settlement and is now most famous for its role in the 1798 rebellion in Ireland where the odd looking and famous Vingear Hill which overlooks the town, served as the camp and headquarters for the rebels.
wikitravel.org /en/Enniscorthy   (236 words)

 Map of Enniscorthy, County Wexford IE by MapQuest
Map of Enniscorthy, County Wexford IE by MapQuest
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www.mapquest.com /maps/map.adp?zoom=6&city=Enniscorthy&country=Ireland   (113 words)

 The Courtneys of Enniscorthy
The Courtney family was well established in the town of Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland when the first known records were kept.
The Courtneys of Enniscorthy were not wealthy landowners.
The Enniscorthy, Ireland connection was made by a professional Genealogy Researcher, Mr.
www.webcom.com /scourt/rjc.htm   (1342 words)

 Untitled Document
Colm Toibin was born in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford in the southeast of Ireland in 1955.
Patrick Tobin took part in the 1916 Rebellion in Enniscorthy and was subsequently interned in Frongach in Wales.
(See 'Fianna Fail in Enniscorthy'; 'The County Museum' and 'The Boss' in 'Enniscorthy 2000'.) His father's writings about the town's history and heritage were edited by Colm Toibin and published in 1998.
www.colmtoibin.com /biography/summaries/CTBio.htm   (919 words)

 Enniscorthy Golf Club, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland
Set in the foothills of the Blackstairs mountains, and looking out over the town to historic Vinegar Hill, Enniscorthy Golf Club is the jewel of parkland courses in Co. Wexford, and is renowned for its welcome to visitors, both by members and staff alike.
In particular, attention is drawn to the €700.00 retail limit on the value of prizes that may be won by any individual for an event of two (2) rounds or less.
Enniscorthy Golf Club does not accept any liability in respect of personal injuries and / or loss or damage to any property.
www.enniscorthygc.ie /visit.php   (1202 words)

 Enniscorthy Poor Law Union and Workhouse
Enniscorthy Poor Law Union was formally declared on the 22nd January 1840 and covered an area of 300 square miles.
Enniscorthy rear of accommodation block from the south-west, 2002
Enniscorthy was also the home of the Wexford County Lunatic Asylum, situated on the opposite bank of the River Slaney.
users.ox.ac.uk /~peter/workhouse/Enniscorthy/Enniscorthy.shtml   (475 words)

 The HooK: NEWS- Mr. Enniscorthy: Ex-Tyco CFO indicted; faces 30 years in jail   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Swartz bought Enniscorthy in 2001, paying what was reported at the time to be an unprecedented $18 million through Sea Ridge LLC.
Pickett's many renovations, including the destruction of an 1815 barn, caused the property to be removed from the Virginia Landmarks Register in 1997 because of "a loss of integrity," according to the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.
Up until Swartz forked over approximately $17 million for Enniscorthy, the highest price paid for land in Albemarle County was the $5.7 million paid for Castle Hill in Keswick in 1997.
readthehook.com /stories/2002/09/18/newsMrEnniscorthyExtycoCfo.html   (931 words)

 Enniscorthy 2000
The All - Ireland Fleadh which took place on the weekend of 25 - 27 August in Enniscorthy turned out to be a great success.
As usual they were up against the classy bands of Maghery and Mullaghduff but with a fine repertoire of outstanding tunes and pin point marching they lifted the All-Ireland title.
To finish off an excellent day, and one which a lot of people will remember for years to come, the three groups of All-Ireland Winners paraded down through Enniscorthy town centre where the silverware was carried high at the front.
www.portglenone-cce.fsnet.co.uk /enniscorthy.html   (318 words)

 Enniscorthy Hotel /Enniscorthy Restaurant/ Enniscorthy Hotels Ireland/ Travel Guide Enniscorthy/ Local Attractions ...
Set in 350 acres of parkland, game-filled woods and farmland, this historic house is a listed building; designed by Daniel Robertson, it has been the Maher family home since it was built in 1840 and remains at the centre of their working farm.
This new café/bar and music venue could be a useful place to know about when travelling: a handsome building in a converted riverside grain store, the restaurant is stylish and comfortable, and has an outside eating area with a great view over the riv...
This classic Georgian house just outside Enniscorthy was built in 1823 and has all the simplicit...
www.ireland-guide.com /browse/map.711.1006.html   (253 words)

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Enniscorthy paid £60,000 each year to the Comhaltas Ceoltoiri organisation for the privilege of hosting one of the biggest annual festivals in the world.
The deceased hailed originally from the wooded countryside of Gally on the outskirts of Enniscorthy and she was educated on the Shannon in the town.
Enniscorthy councillors gathering for their December monthly meeting were informed in writing that the permission sought had been granted by planning officials at County Hall.
www.peoplenews.ie /ggnews.html   (12491 words)

 Enniscorthy on 43 Places
My father’s mother was raised in Enniscorthy in a narrow three-story row house with a small two-story backyard.
She came to America on a boat when she was 17, met a handsome Irish-American cop, married him and had four children.
My sister, opting out of a lavish Long Island Sweet 16 party, is taking a few of her friends (with my mother) to stay in the house, and frolick around the lovely – and surprisingly hip – town.
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Enniscorthy is situated 20 kilometers north west of Wexford town and 122 kilometres south of Dublin on the N11.
Enniscorthy is known as the summer festival capital of county Wexford.
Nowadays, Enniscorthy Castle is the home of the County Wexford Historical and Folk Museum Wexford County Museum, Town Centre, Enniscorthy, Wexford. Phone:+353 54 35926 Housed in the imposing Norman Castle built by the Prendergast family in the 13th century.
www.agriculture.gov.ie /decentralisation/Enniscorthy.doc   (5924 words)

 Salville House Bed and Breakfast - Enniscorthy - Wexford - Ireland - Country House Bed and Breakfast Accommodation - ...
At Enniscorthy town follow the signs for Wexford.
Approximately 1 mile out of Enniscorthy there is a large red coloured hospital on a hill.
Follow the N11 through the village of Oylegate and when you begin to see the River Slaney on your left and the church spires of Enniscorthy in the distance, look for the sign pointing to the house (There is a filter lane for traffic turning left here).
www.salvillehouse.com /location.htm   (174 words)

 Fleadh Cheoil - Historic Enniscorthy -
First settled by St. Senan, who originated from Co. Clare, the settlement was first a monastic one, located on the east side of the River Slaney near a convenient crossing point of the river.
For the next 200 years, the prosperity of the town was based on the richness and fertility of the surrounding countryside.
Thousands of tons of grain, butter and salted meat were exported from Enniscorthy, moving down river to Wexford on unique flat-bottomed boats of a type internationally known as 'gabbards', but locally known as 'cots'.
www.wexford-online.com /fleadh/historic.htm   (558 words)

 Ireland of the Wonders: enniscorthy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I swung by Enniscorthy on the way to Wexford, and eventually into Waterford.
Not necessarily on my route, but from a distance you can't help but be drawn in.
Enniscorthy is situated on a hillside, and it quickly falls towards the river Slaney.
mysite.verizon.net /scott.ripper/enniscorthy.html   (165 words)

 Dyslexia Association of Ireland - Enniscorthy Branch
Workshop classes take place in St. Aidan's Primary School, Enniscorthy, on Tuesdays from 5.00pm to 7.15pm.
Also, at the moment, parents are volunteering to do the Toe by Toe programme on a one-to-one basis with the primary school students.
Branch Secretary: Mary Ruth Tobin, Tomduff, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
www.dyslexia.ie /enniscorthy.htm   (173 words)

 UK-GolfGuide : A golfer's Guide to Enniscorthy Golf Club, Enniscorthy in County Wexford, Ireland
Please note that although this club has been issued with a password which allows them to update their information via the Internet, there is a disclaimer at the foot of this screen regarding the accuracy and completeness of the information.
Please click here for a popup page containing a more detailed map of the location of Enniscorthy Golf Club as well as all the other clubs within a 30 mile radius of it.
Please also note that all green fee discount schemes are subject to certain restrictions so if you do decide to purchase any, please ensure that you check the small print before turning up at a club with voucher in hand.
www.uk-golfguide.com /eire/27603.html   (400 words)

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