Let our home be your home on your stay: We have nice accommodions for guests upstairs with they own bathroom and good access to internet and TV.
In the morning we have a real irish breakfast together and lots of cups of tea all day long and a family dinner in the evening.
The traditional open turf fires keep us warm when we let the day slip away.
Even though we live in the countryside we are not far from civilization, everything is accessible with one of our bicycles. The train station that will bring you to Galway city in no time is only 20 minutes away by bike.
We have a mixed farm for breading of beef cows, sheep and a rare bread of Irish Draught horse. There are hens and roosters, geese, ducks and a donkey living on the farm.
The hens provide us with free range eggs that we can have for breakfast every morning.
Captain, our shepherd dog is trained to round up the sheep with us. Pat bought two new dogs to train: Nollaig, the setter and Barney, the sheep dog.
We cut our own turf and timber for energy and heat and our water source is a well on the farm.
Every day all our animals need to be looked at to see if they are feeding and feeling well. You can join us looking after the animals and learn about traditional farming. Participate in our nature works through the fields which consist of a three thousand year old ring ford and the ruins of a four hundred years old mansion and a little fishing pond.