What's included, what's not
Lunch - Traditional Homemade Picnic lunch with dessert included
Know before you book
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Service animals allowed
Infant seats available
Transport is wheelchair accessible
Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
Returns to original departure point
Departure time: 11:00 AM
What you can expect
Everyone will make delicious Irish soft drink bread,using our family recipe. Next, we will make our way through the farmyard to the 200-year-old stone“session shed” for a traditional music workshop. Visitors learn to play the Irish drum (the bodhrán,pronounced bow-rawn) to our ancient rhythms. We will have time to learn one of Ireland’s favourite céilí dances- guaranteed to get everyone smiling!
Meet all the animals-sheep, hens, geese, pigs, ponies, goats, donkeys, cattle and, of course, Matt the farmer's constant companions, the sheepdogs. The ponies are native Irish Connemara ponies, from the west of Ireland. Everyone can take a helmet and a “hurley stick” and learn some hurling skills. Hurling is one of Ireland's national sports and the fastest field game in the world, but we will learn at a pace that will suit our visitors!
Finish off the tour with a delicious picnic lunch including fresh meat and salads, selection of cheeses and chutneys from our farm kitchen. Fresh fruit,homemade scones with raspberry jam and freshly whipped cream, and plenty of tea and coffee.
• Traditional Picnic Lunch - The picnic basket is piled high with cheeses,salads, meats and chutneys from our farm kitchen.