Amenities

Villierstown and the surrounding area have a huge amount to offer visitors; whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, are interested in the long history and traditions of the area or just want to enjoy one of the most picturesque areas of the country Villierstown has it all.

Villierstown is situated on the river Blackwater and boasts some of the best places for water sports, walking, cycling, fishing, running and bird watching in Ireland.

Check out the Activities section of this site to understand what’s available to see and do in and around Villierstown.

Call in to the Gala Express shop in the village to stock up on provisions before you head off for the day and enjoy a refreshing drink beside an open fire in An Cruiscin Lan when you return in the evening.

There is a wealth of accommodation providers in the area from self catering, hotel, bed & breakfast all in wonderful locations.

Browse the Accommodation section of this site to see a list of accommodation providers in the locality.

The Blackwater Valley is also well known for its good fertile land.

Good land produces good food and this has to be experienced in the restaurants, hotels and pubs that thrive on their cuisine. Click here for more details.

For the golfing enthusiast the South East of Ireland has the best weather and value for money to be found anywhere in the country.

Within 15 miles of Villierstown you have three top quality golf clubs namely: –

For visitors to the area the Dungarvan Golf Triangle special offer allows visitors to play all three of Dungarvan’s Championship golf courses for the price of two

Villierstown is steeped in history and tradition; for more information on the history of Villierstown and its environs visit the History section of the website.

Other notable sites around Villierstown include:

Please contact us at info@vecp.ie if you have something that you would like us to add to this section of the site.