Local Activities

It is an ideal base for the truly rural holiday located on 120 acre family farm in the heart of Tipperary countryside, guests are encouraged to explore the fields and experience rural life at first hand. It is a perfect base for walkers – the cottage is located on the Sli Eala walk, stop off at Hanly Tweeds, Ballyartella or have a pint and some delicious food in The Thatched Cottage, Ballycommon.

Stretch your legs on bikes borrowed from the Seymours or simply soak up the genuine atmosphere created by this welcoming family.

Things to Do

 

Dromineer Village

Dromineer is a small delighful village situated on the shores of Lough Derg on the river Shannon.A perfect base for those who enjoy fishing/boating it boasts, a public harbour, idyllic scenery, a childrens playground and the popular The Whiskey Still (pub and restaurant).

Sailing / Boating

Lough Derg is home to the best sailng waters in Ireland with its steady south westerly breeze sure to make your sailing a fun day out. The lake is 32,000 acres in size and offers the following fun activities, canoeing/kayaking, wakeboarding, windsurfing, kite surfing and watersking to name but a few.

Fishing

As Lough Derg is almost 30km in length there are numerous different areas to explore. Regarded as a mixed fishery, lake brown trout are indigenous and are well distributed throughout the lake. The fishing season starts in March with the highlight being the Mayfly season

Pony & Trap

We can arrange a trip on our pony and trap around the local area or indeed a pony trek for the more adventurous We also can arrange a short trot around our outdoor horse arena.

Nenagh Castle

Built in the early 13th centuary  this castle boasts the finest cylindrical keep in Ireland  and was commonly known to generations of Tipperary people as the “Nenagh Round” .

Golfing

Nenagh golf course boasts one of Ireland finest parkland courses with a championship 18 hole course.There are numerous well developed courses within a short driving distance, Roscrea, Thurles, Portummna to name but a few. Nenagh also has a Championship pitch & putt coarse in Riverdale.

Bunratty

The splendid Bunratty castle was built in 1425 and contains 15th and 16th century furnishngs is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland.  Set on the grounds of the castle is a recreation of a living 19th century village life featuring over 30 buildings

Cliffs of Moher

The cliffs are Irelands nomination to the New 7 Wonders of nature and are a must see for visitors. Opened all year round the cliffs stretch for 8km and rise to heights of 214m over the atlantic ocean.

The Burren

The Burren is an area of limestone rock covering imposing majestic mountains, and tranquil valleys with gently meandering streams. It boasts an extraordinary array of wildlife, flora, megalithic tombs and monuments older than Egypt’s pyramids.

The Ailwee Caves

These stunning caves were formed by glacial melt waters of an early ice age. The erosive power of the waters carved out an subterrainian river deep underneath Aillwee mountain. This river has subsided since the last ice age, leaving behind one of Ireland’s most stunning caves