fishing lake is in front of the house, you have free
use of our boat. Pike and rudd are common -
and our lake holds the Irish tench record!
put a BBQ and a picnic table right beside the pier
- so enjoy your fresh catch rightaway!
great way to take in this landscape is by
walking, hiking and cycling at your leisure! Quiet country
roads in and around the Burren invite for cycle tours.Way
marked walking trails are established in the area and
around the lakes. The more serious walkers will fimd
a number of hiking possibilities all around the
Burren (see below)
will find holidays on our farm most exciting and will
never get bored!
They will enjoy the animals on our
working farm: sheep, cows, greyhounds, a donkey, horses
and - last not least - a pony, which is happy
to take your children around the farm...
lawn behind the cottage can be used for all kinds of
outdoor games - a swing and a slide are there for use
by the smaller children.
The farm is far away
from any major road - so there is no traffic danger
for your children. And if you want to spend some hours
on your own - we offer a childminder service!
The Burren plateau
of North-West Clare is internationally famous because of its
beautiful limestone landscapes and the remarkable flora of the
region as well as its rich archaeological heritage.It is the finest
example of a karstic terrain in Ireland, with a full assemblage of the curious
landforms and subterranean drainage systems that characterise these limestone
Of course the
Burren area is a paradise for botanists and birdwatchers!
miss the Burren Display centre In Kilfenora
to get an insight into the mysteries
of the region.
The area hosts 70 wedge-tombs (the most famous of them being
Poulnabrone ), ring forts, caves
(most notable Aillwee
Cave ) castles
( Leamenagh Castle)
and a network of field walls
and hut circles You can drive in and around the
Burrenn several roads, but the only way to really
experience it is by foot! The green roads
are the old
Burren roads and are perfect to
explore this landscape on short and long walks.The
a 120-km signposted walking trail between Ballyvaughan
and the Cliffs of Moher.