Only twenty-five minutes from Rosslare Europort & Wexford town, this corner of South County Wexford is steeped in rich history and folklore. Discover the unique heritage of the area, exploring from Kilmore Quay to Bridgetown, Baldwinstown to Tomhaggard and back to Kilmore. This is the land of the old Yola dialect, site of one of the oldest graveyards in Ireland, a landscape dotted with Norman castles and beautifully preserved thatched houses, surrounded by a stretch of ocean known as the “graveyard of a thousand ships”. Visit the magnificent Saltee Islands, a world renowned bird sanctuary which lies just offshore.

Below is a list of accommodation, shops, cafés and restaurants that can be found in the area. More details can be found on www.lovekilmorequay.com




As you would expect, seafood features prominently on all the menus in this area. The freshest fish is sumptuously served in a wide variety of delicious ways. Whether your preference is for bar food, takeaway, café or more formal restaurant, we have something to suit all tastes.

Menus are not limited to just seafood however. Standard fare is readily available. The cafés serve a wide variety of sandwiches, wraps, salads, hot and cold  snacks. All restaurants also serve a variety of meat & vegetarian dishes. Local shops serve a variety of home-baked goods and also have a deli counter for take-away food.

Bars /Pubs

Coast Hotel, Kilmore Quay

Kehoe’s Pub & Maritime Heritage Centre, Kilmore Quay

Mary Barry’s, Kilmore

Coffee Shop/Café/Deli

Ballycross Farm Waffle & Crêpe Bar, Bridgetown

Mace, Kilmore Quay

‘The Centre’ Restaurant & Cafe, Kilmore Quay

The Little Beach Cafe, Kilmore Quay


Coast Hotel, Kilmore Quay

Little Saltee Seafood Restaurant, Kilmore Quay

The Silver Fox Seafood Restaurant & Food Company, Kilmore Quay


The Saltee Chipper

Sunshine Takeaway