About Burren Farm Experience

What we’ll do

Our farm is in The Burren National Park, so you will get to see something very spectacular and special never see by the public before, we have decided to diversify and add an ecotourism aspect to what we do. We have been asked to bring groups and individuals around for years many times and we feel now is the time, so lucky you, you’re among the first to see what we have to offer! We are the only working farm in the area open for tours of this kind which gives you an insight into what we do as dry stock beef farmers. You will be warmly welcomed by Cathal and Bronagh at our farmyard. We will bring you for a ride on our tractor trailer with comfy straw bales for seating through our almost 500 acre farm of mixed species-rich grassland, deciduous woodland, hazel scrub and glaciocarst limestone pavemant internationally famous for arctic-alpine and mediterranean plants living side by side which is unique to this area. Passing livestock and many interesting historical remains. We will then take a hike 5km/8km through the National Park to majestic Lough Bunny Lake which is of global importance and the centre of a unique karstic wetland system. All the while being educated about the lands history, what we do as beef farmers and the unique biodiversity of this special area of conservation. Rest and rejuvenate over a rustic picnic taking in the spectacular surroundings and fresh air.

What else you should know

Transportation required

What I’ll provide

Snacks RUSTIC PICNIC wholesome fruit sandwiches, scones, biscuits, tea, and water. A selection of Herbal teas, coffee or water

What to bring

appropriate footwear, raincoat

Where you’ll be


500 acre farm of mixed species-rich grassland, deciduous woodland, hazel scrub and glaciocarst limestone pavement internationally famous for arctic-alpine and mediterranean plants living side by side which is unique to this area. Passing livestock and many interesting historical remains. We will then take a hike 5km/8km through the National Park to majestic Lough Bunny Lake which is of global importance and the centre of a unique karstic wetland