Annagh Vale

Holiday home in North Wexford



Swimming, tennis, walking, sailing, cycling, fishing, horse riding, golf, wind-surfing, mountain biking, mountaineering, diving,

Beaches, botanical garden, churches, ruins, scenic drives, waterfalls, cinemas, equestrian events, forests, marina, playground, kids mini farm.

Leisure Activities:
Beachcombing, bird watching, fly fishing, fresh water fishing, pier fishing, bay fishing, hiking, fox hunting, hunting game, jet skiing, mountain climbing, paddle boating, sight-seeing, snorkeling, golf driving range, archery, quad-biking, paint balling,

Nearby Facilities:
Restaurants, pub, live theatre, outlet shopping

Facilities with in 5 miles.
1 mile - Holistic Centre packages/treatments such as Reiki, Aroma Therapy, Reflexology, Stress Management and Indian Head Massage.
3 miles - 3 acre lake for fly fishing - Brown Trout on a "pay as you fish" rate. Equipment on site.
5 miles - Archery.
18 miles - Field Archery - at Wells House & Gardens, Ballyedmund,

Nearby Services:
Babysitting, massage therapist, medical services, laundrette service, library, groceries, hospital.

Gravity Extreme Adventure Park - Forest Park Leisure Centre, Coutown Harbour. Co.Wexford.
Outdoor Fun Park "Clara Lara" - Vale of Avoca, Rathdrum, Co.Wicklow. About 30mins drive.
Children's Mini Farm - Kia Ora Mini Farm, Courteencurragh, Gorey, Co.Wexord.


Annagh vale the ideal base from which to plan an angling holiday. Wild Brown Trout are plentiful in the rivers and lakes of the Wicklow Mountains, along with good seasonal runs of Sea Trout. For the sea angler, Bass, Smooth Hound, Tope, and Grey Mullet to specimen size can be targeted from the local coastline, along with a range of lesser species such as Codling, Flounder, and Mackerel. Game Angling The local Aughrim and Avonmore Rivers offer superb Wild Brown Trout fishing, and in their lower reaches the opportunity to catch Sea Trout in season. These rivers run off moor land, and in their middle sections flow through beautiful wooded valleys. Two local clubs, the Aughrim Trout Anglers and the Rathdrum Trout Anglers control the Brown Trout fishing, and day tickets are available. The Brown trout average 6 8 oz, with the odd fish reaching a pound plus. They are free rising and on light tackle give great sport. Local fly patterns are the Greenwells Spider, Partridge and Orange, and Kill Devil Spider, all in size 14. Sea Trout average a pound, and start to run from mid July onwards to the end of the season. A state licence is required for Sea Trout, and useful flies to stock are the Butcher, Kill Devil Spider, and Teal Blue and Silver, all in size ten/twelve. There is a small lake within 3 miles of Annagh Vale which is stocked with Brown Trout where you can learn to fly fish. They operate a "pay as you fish" system where you can fish for an hour or all day, suitable for beginners, families or the serious angler a place where you can practice the fly techniques for the start of your Irish angling holiday.

Hunting and Riding
Anngh Vale is at the heart of the hunting scene in Ireland. With many hunts on the doorstep including the foxhound hunts - the Wicklows, Shillelagh's, The Island and the Wexfords and further afield the Carlow Farmers, the Bree and the Bray's (harriers). Local stabling provided by experienced professional only 2 miles from the property - competitive rates - €100 pw full livery. For those not looking to hunt there are miles of forest tracks and quiet rodes to go hacking in with stunning scenary. There is also a local riding club with cross country course and olympic size arena as well as the munny trail - a 600 acre estate only 20 mins drive,

Annagh Vale is a walkers paradise, with close proximity to the wicklow Way, it also has it's own less busy walks. Miles of forestry and beach walking, close to Croghan Mountain - a nesting place for birds of prey. Stunning scenery with lots of wildlife including deer and hare, this is not a busy area therefore you can go for miles in total solitude. Annagh hill is featured in our photographs and this is right behind the property, this has a great view from the top across Wicklow and Wexford counties.
Article printed in the Irish Times about walks in the area. From pines to peaks - Irish Times, Sat Mar 06, 2010. The walk from Raheenleagh Wood to Croghans top offers great views, writes BRENDAN BRACKEN.

Golf in the South East of Ireland is a golfer's paradise, with a wonderful mix of links and park courses, and many driving ranges to practice your swing. The range and variety of golf courses ensures that there is something to suit everyone, from the seriously committed to the relaxed holiday golfer. The renowned Courtown Golf Club is just 20 minutes from Annagh Vale With six championship courses, Counties Wexford & Wicklow are a golfers paradise. The wonderful natural terrain around our coastline provides superb linkland. All the courses are open during daylight hours and require neat, casual dress. Advance booking is recommended. Club hire is available and individual tuition can be arranged on request. The courses provide full clubhouse / catering facilities and open licensing hours. Courses with in 20mins are listed below. Seafield hotel & country club, Ballymoney golf club, Courtown golf club, Woodenbridge golf club, Macreddin golf club, Coollattin golf club, Arklow golf links. For the beginner or families there is a par 3 course "Gorey Golf Club & Bunker Bar " close to the town of Gorey.

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