For a lot more information on our tiny beautiful Peninsula please see Hook Tourism website,

Shielbaggan OEC

Shielbaggen OEC is located in Ramsgrange 3km from Duncannon and run kids camps but also adventure days out, Coasteering, Kayaking, Sea kayaking, Hill walking, Canoeing, Rock climbing, Archery, Orienteering, Surfing are some of the activities they provide, a very cool indoor caving system exists on the grounds also,

Abbey Par 3 Golf

Abbey Par 3 Golf near 3km from Duncannon in County Wexford is 40 acres of well groomed parkland. Footy golf is also new to 2015

18 holes with sand bunkers, water hazzards and challenging greens maintained to the highest standard will test your skills.The course is open from dawn to dusk all year.

South East Charters

South East Charters aims to provide the ultimate sea angling or scenic boat cruise experience. We aim to make any trip a trip to remember.  Sea angling includes options of wreck fishing or general ground angling both which produce excellent mixed catches of conger, ling, Pollock, coalfish and cod. During the summer months shark fishing provides good sport with catches up to 100lb

Hook Sub Aqua

The Hook Sub-Aqua Club is based in the Hook Peninsula 20 miles south of New Ross. Diving Enthusiasts will love the Hook area for its exceptionally clear waters (up to 35-40 feet) and the diversity of wrecks.

Hook lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world and still functioning to this day, over 800 years old, a visitor centre, cafe and daily tours of the tower is a must if you are visiting the penninsula

Tintern Abbey is a favorite of mine, i love bringing the kids here to explore the beautiful walks through forest and visiting the walled gardens full of exotic fruit and vegtables

Loftus Hall is an ancient abandoned haunted house, the daily tours are fantastic and the tour guides are excellent, the stairs in Loftus Hall is only 1 of 3 built in the world, the other 2 are in the Vatican and titanic.. Amazing!!

Dunbrody Abbey was founded for the Cistercian Order by Herve de Montmorency in the years following the Norman invasion of Ireland circa 1170. Dunbrody Castle was built in 1641 as a home for the Etchingham family but it was never fully completed and never lived in. Within the Abbey Visitor’s Centre is Dunbrody Castle which houses a craft shop, a museum and a large dolls’ house built to a scale of the castle. Families will enjoy the full-size maze containing 1500 Yew trees, plus a Pitch and Putt course.
Tea rooms with home-baked produce. Also local art displays.