Loftus Allcare Pharmacy is dedicated to providing the best in professional healthcare and advice to the local Bunclody community, located in the heart of Market Square. Pop into us to browse our extensive range of Vitamins, Skincare, Fragrance, Cosmetics, First Aid and Haircare in-store. We have plenty of Summer Essentials like Suncream and Allergy Relief products for those playing a local round of golf or exploring one of our fabulous local walking trials.
We are a leading Window & Door manufacturing and installation company based in the south-east, in Bunclody, Co.Wexford.
We specialise in both uPVC & Aluminium Windows & Doors, serving Residential & Commercial sectors.
We are a family run company, which was established in 1980 by our Managing Director Eamon Kehoe.
With over 40 years of industry experience, the company has gone from strength to strength.
We offer an extensive range of glazing products to cater for all needs
Byrne and Byrne Ltd based in Bunclody, Co. Wexford have been building high quality homes for the past 40 years, Also during this time the company has constructed some high profile Public buildings: Schools, Libraries, etc along with many commercial projects . Down through the years the company has gained a reputation for understanding the needs of the modern homebuyer, offering a professional, customer focused service, using best practice methods to create homes with superb finishes right down to the finest details.
We are an Independent Used car dealership based in Bunclody Co.Wexford (You will get directions to our premises here)
All our vehicles come with a warranty and are fully inspected on pre-delivery to assure our customers of the highest quality.
Based on Ryland Road in Bunclody Co.Wexford we are in an ideal location for motorists in the greater Wexford and indeed Carlow areas.
As we stock a wide range of vehicles, we will also consider any make of trade in you may have.
Here at O’Leary’s Garage Wexford our stock is updated on a daily basis so check back regularly.
The bar and function room offer a warm welcome and tempting menu with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and of Mount Leinster, we are open to visitors and societies 7 days a week.
Clody Lodge is a ten bedroom boutique accomodation in the Main Street of Bunclody, Co Wexford. The accommodation is over three floors of a new building and it’s original ‘shop front’ facade. The three floors are all serviced by a lift and there is a specially designed disabled bedroom and facilities.
Clody Lodge faces the Mall, which is a man made stream that was said to be built by the Maxwell Barry family in the 18th century, and the Clody River runs at the rear of the building, making Clody Lodge a truly unique location.
Bunclody Golf and Fishing Club – just across the river from Clody Lodge – is situated in 300 acres of breathtaking parkland of the former Hall – Dare Estate . For the non golfer it offers a short scenic walk from the town to the picturesque club house with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and Mount Leinster. An ideal place for breakfast, lunch or an odd pint of Guinness. The steaks are a speciality of the club house and are highly recommend.
This recently launched walk takes you through pine and beech forests up to the summit of Gibbet Hill. A number of places on this hill you’ll notice some fine stone walls made out of flattish pieces of rock. In the eighteenth century there was a slate quarry on the hill. In early May expect to see a carpet of bluebells, thriving quietly away beneath the beech trees.
Bunclody Town has a rich heritage and it was felt that this could be further promoted. It was also recognised that there is a need to provide in-door facilities so that visitors have things to do when the weather is inclement. Some suggestions included a historical Museum. This could possibly be located in one of the vacant buildings in the Town. This could include a photographic exhibition and artefacts representing Bunclody’s history. Reference was made to ‘Enniscorthy Castle’ and how successfully this has promoted Enniscorthy’s heritage. Another excellent example is the ‘St Conall’s Museum and Heritage Centre’ in a small village called Glenties, County Donegal. According to the Rough Guide of Ireland it is one of the best small-Town museums in the country and displays much material of local interest, focusing on wildlife, Donegal’s railways, antiquities, and the effects of the Great Famine. It also holds a Summer School in late July, attracting hundreds of people to its exhibitions, seminars and literary debates.