What to do and see in Courtown, Province of Leinster: The Best Things to do

August 6, 2021 Roseanne Arnett

Courtown (Irish: Baile na Cúirte, meaning "homestead of the court"), is a village which developed after Lord Courtown ordered the construction of a harbour during the Famine years, 1839-1846. The economic boost of the new harbour led to a small village developing with fishing been the primary economy of the village. Courtown is situated on the Irish Sea coast and with the recent development during the "Celtic Tiger" years, has merged into the adjoining village of Riverchapel. It lies on the R742 regional road.
Restaurants in Courtown

1. Glenavon Japanese Garden

Glen Richards, Courtown Ireland +353 53 942 5331
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5.0 based on 7 reviews

Glenavon Japanese Garden

Reviewed By Prewsie

Such an amazing and very well tended garden hosted by Iris, who’s knowledge and enthusiasm is evident from the moment you arrive. If your interested in gardens/gardening or just taking some time out then this is the perfect interlude from a busy day or holiday and is regulary used for photographs for that special occasion ( a wedding was arriving as we were leaving ). I would completely recommend a visit and is superb value for money.

2. Seal Rescue Ireland

Courtown Seal Rescue Centre, Courtown Harbour, Courtown Courtown Seal Rescue Centre Ireland +353 87 195 5393 [email protected] http://www.sealrescueireland.org
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5.0 based on 123 reviews

Seal Rescue Ireland

Seal Rescue Ireland’s Visitor Center is currently closed to the public as part of the effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19 until further notice. Come 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. They are open everyday. They are a not for profit organization that does not charge an admission fee but donations are suggested. Please show your support by visiting the seals!

Reviewed By buckwalker - Tbilisi, Georgia

Just joined the virtual seal-feeding experience which was a great Sunday treat! A great initiative run by enthusiastic staff who are genuinely engaged in the welfare of these beautiful animals.

3. The 19th hole

Harbour ct, seamount, Gorey, county wexford, Ireland, Courtown Ireland +353 53 942 5330
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5.0 based on 4 reviews

The 19th hole

Reviewed By bridinokeeffe - Gorey, Ireland

Great fun and atmosphere here. Brilliant pint of guinness and sing along music on a sunday after dinner

4. Gravity Extreme Adventure

Forest Park, Courtown Ireland +353 53 942 4849 [email protected]
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4.5 based on 33 reviews

Gravity Extreme Adventure

5. Pirates Cove

Pirates Cove Courtown Harbour, Courtown Y25 WD85 Ireland +353 53 942 5555 [email protected] http://www.piratescove.ie
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3.5 based on 104 reviews

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. We are open 7 days a week all year round We cater for Birthday Parties and welcome group bookings all year round.

Reviewed By ckarl84 - Bray, Ireland

Myself and the missus went here for a game of crazy golf as we were in the area earlier on in the day. It's a very nice place and it's not too expensive. It's €9.50 for one adult for 18 holes on the crazy golf course. As you can see from the pictures it's well decorated. Staff are nice. There is a cafe and some amusement machines there too. There is other activities aswell such as bowling, paddle boats and other stuff. It's worth a visit.

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