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Family holiday day out looking at the smaller sights around the area. This is a lovely castle but unfortunately its not open to the public. Still it looks so lovely form outside. Strolled around the beautiful Harbour. Quiet and lovely relaxing place. The water in...More
Beautiful small harbour with the remains of Slade Castle. It has a lovely walk to Hook Lighthouse along the coast. It is great for fishing my husband caught a dog fish on his fish try. Locals are very friendly and willing to give advice on...More
We do the walk from the Hook Lighthouse to Slade regularly and we walked it this weekend in the beautiful sunshine. When we arrived at Slade we used the toilet facilities and were so impressed by the clean, freshly painted toilets. There was toilet paper...More
Slade castle is a wonderful historic site to visit while on your travels around irelands ancient east. Its a perfect site to view when driving towards Hook Lighthouse and its magnificent in stature. i would recommend anyone visiting Wexford to drop in as it doesnt...More
It didn't take us long to visit this small castle as it isn't possible to get inside. Limited info boards as well. Looks like the fishermen use it as a place to store their lobster pots etc. It is literally a few hundred metres detour...More
A nice area to stop and take some photos of the outside. Sadly, you cannot visit the castle itself.
There is a harbour beside the castle, with some lovely fishing boats. so you may catch one or two people fishing there.
Old well preserved castle ruin. Can climb around the outside but only peer in to the inside through bars. Shame. Would be good to view inside but a good small castle in a nice marina. Nice walks along the coast through farm land starts here...More
Accessd via a winding stone walled enclosed narrow road you come across a little fishing village with focal point castle ruins . Small brightly coloured boats are moored to the quay or if the tides is out are resting in the mud. You have good...More