Wexford has been named as a must-go travel destination in an upmarket luxury travel magazine…
Both Wexford and Waterford are the only two counties in Ireland named in the CN Traveller magazine.
The Condé Nast Traveller is published by Condé Nast Publications Ltd, from Vogue House in Hanover Square, Mayfair, London. It is a luxury travel magazine aimed at the upmarket, independent traveller.
Speaking about Wexford as a travel destination for 2024, Aoife O’Riordain, who writes for the magazine said:
“Ireland’s southeastern corner has always been something of a go-to for local holidaymakers, but not so much for outsiders.”
“Later in 2024, Wexford’s Hook Peninsula will set the scene for one of the country’s buzziest hotel openings, from the owners of The Dean hotels. With its roots in the 12th century, Loftus Hall had the dubious accolade of being one of Ireland’s most haunted mansions, but it will soon be shaking off its spooky associations when it re-emerges as the lavishly done Ladyville House. Sitting pretty with views of the sea, an outdoor pool and direct beach access, it’s also close to the 800-year-old, black-and-white-striped Hook Lighthouse.”
Among the other destinations within Ireland and the UK include: Waterford, Blackhorse Road, Somerset, Beaminster, Spinningfields, and York to name just a few.
The full article can be read online at the CN Traveller website.
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