3 Night Stay with Suggested Farm Itinerary

3 Night Stay with Suggested Farm Itinerary

We've put together a suggested itinerary for guests staying three nights at Rigneys Farm. There is plenty to see and visit in our environs but here are a number of suggestions if you wish to get involved with life on an Irish farm. Our Programmes are flexible - so let us know what you would like to include.

Price on request, dependent on programme. Groups catered for.

Contact Caroline at info@rigneysfarm.com or +353 87 2834754

Day 1

Guest arrival. Welcomed with tea and homemade scones (by the fireside if a little chilly outside) We will give you a short tour of our farmhouse, settle you in to your rooms, introduce you to our family dogs and go for short stroll outside so you can get your bearings.

Day 2

Wake up to a substantial breakfast of homemade pork sausages, rashers and puddings. Pop out to our hens and collect your own egg for breakfast!

Get your sleeves rolled up and enjoy the Farmhouse Kitchen Experience. You will work together to make Irish soda bread, wonderful apple tart, griddle bread. Caroline will give a demonstration on making homemade butter! Please note that there are gluten free options available too. Straight from the oven, if you're not too full after breakfast, enjoy the fruits of the demonstration! (Additional charges apply)

In the afternoon, you will be provided with helpful maps for your Woodland Walk in Curraghchase Forest Park which is located beside our farm. When you come back to the farm, help out with feeding the big and small animals. (Weather Permitting) And the very small animals (the piglets) if they have arrived! Enjoy some chat and some Irish story telling.

Day 3

After a Rigney's Farm breakfast, start the day with our Growing Vegetables Workshop. Joe will discuss with you growing and harvesting vegetables in our garden and poly tunnel and the enjoyment of the smallholder - how we care for small animals, rare breed chickens, ducks. See a Demonstration of Dry Stone Wall Building with different styles of stone and learn about selecting stone and dry stone wall building technique. You will discuss ideas on making a living from the land. (Additional charges apply) (Weather Permitting)

The afternoon you are free to explore the various sights and attractions in the area - visit the Foynes Flying Boat Museum (location of the invention of Irish Coffee!), visit the wonderful historical village of Adare or the walled city of Limerick, travel out to the beaches of North Kerry, part of the Wild Atlantic Way, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park.

Day 4

Enjoy a wonderful Irish breakfast before you depart Rigney's Farm. Cherish your wonderful memories of your Irish Farm stay and make sure to keep in touch! :-)

Lunch & Dinners

For lunches and dinners, Adare is only 15 minutes drive away with numerous restaurants from the 5* Adare Manor to high end restaurants, informal and tasty pub food and several lovely coffee shops.