I went as part of a Globus tour and was so pleased with my experience. The farm is a working farm and doesn't feel like a tourist stop at all. I learned a bit about the livestock industry in Ireland, saw a sheep get sheared, my nephew fed a baby lamb, and then we watched the farmer's Collie round up the sheep. The visit ended with some fresh baked scones and tea as well as the opportunity to walk through the downstairs of their thatched roof farmhouse, complete with a peat-burning fireplace. It ended up pouring rain towards the end but 95% of the activities were under the cover; if they hadn't have been it still would have been worth it. I would recommend this to everyone I know, especially those with kids who enjoy farms and animals. Not sure what the opportunities are for smaller groups, but do look into it! Again, I can't recommend this high enough; many thanks to the owners, I had such an enjoyable visit!
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