Summer At Harbour House

Our bed and breakfast is situated in the the heart of Courtown Harbour, a small fishing village just off the main Rosslare/Dublin N11 Route and 4 miles from Gorey.

Harbour House B&B is central to all amenities and only 2 minutes from Courtown’s sandy beaches. The House boasts a Historical past – Lord Stopford, Lord of Courtown, built Harbour House in 1852.  He lived at Courtown House and used Harbour house for his staff.

Find How To Get To Us

The 19th hole

The 19th is owned by the Redmond Family and is now being managed by two of the Chambers brothers. Mark & Darren run a good pub and have kept the atmosphere of an old world style pub during the modern times of jukeboxes and sound systems. Source: Courtown Harbour

Gravity Extreme Adventure

A new and exciting High Ropes Adventure Centre in County Wexford. Whether you are on the dual zip wire, aerial trekking courses, climbing and abseiling wall or trying everything with our New Multi Ticket, you will be testing yourself to your limits while having the best day out ever!

Glenavon Japanese Garden

This one acre garden, created over ten years, on the challenging clay Macemore soil, depicts the four seasons and is centred round a beautifully recreated Japanese pavilion. Stone lanterns, statues and other features accentuate this theme and a Liquidambar walk flanks one of the perimeters

Pirates Cove

Pirates Cove is a family run attraction in Courtown Harbour. We work hard to make sure that you get the best family day out in the South East of Ireland.

Seal Rescue Ireland

Visit Seal Rescue Ireland for a unique and educational experience for all ages. They rehabilitate 60-80 seals a year that you are able to see up close!

Other Nearby Attractions

Courtown makes an ideal base to discover all that Co Wexford has to offer.  The old wexford road (R741) links Courtown with many of  Wexfords’ top attractions, whilst the coast road  (R742) offers an enjoyable drive via Blackwater and Curracloe.