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Cahergal Farmhouse

Shannon, Clare, V95DDC3


8km from Shannon


Meet your host…

Mrs Noreen & Michael McInerney

Michael is the third generation McInerney to be born and raised at Cahergal. In 1977 he married Noreen and took over as full-time farmer from his father at Cahergal Farm. They have been involved in the tourism trade since 1985.

Newmarket-on-Fergus
Shannon
V95DDC3

Cahergal Farmhouse is a luxury beautifully restored farmhouse surrounded by rich farmland in Newmarket-on-Fergus near Shannon, County Clare. Facilities on the farm include horse riding, farm walks, historical sites and a tennis court. All rooms are decorated to the highest standards with spacious en suites and offer magnificent views of the farm and surrounding countryside. Breakfast is a memorable experience with delicious home-cooking in the sunny dining room overlooking the rose garden and ancient stone walls. There are outdoor seating areas and a comfortable lounge for guests to relax in.

Farmstay Experience

Cahergal House B&B is the perfect place to discover the thrill of exploring the beautiful Irish countryside on horseback. They welcome riders of all ability and age groups and offer gentle hacks and cross-country rides. They have also organised a daily morning walk around their working farm for all guests. The walk involves getting up close to the animals. Footware is provided for guests; they can feed the chickens and collect their eggs, count the sheep and lambs and they can also help to bring in the cows and calves for feeding. Guests can even treat the horses to carrots!
 

How to get here

From Limerick/Shannon take M18 Motorway in Ennis/Galway direction. Take exit 10 for Newmarket-On-Fergus and follow sign for Cahergal Farmhouse (R472), i.e left at 1st roundabout, right at next Y-junction, right at next T-junction and finally on the right up the avenue. From Galway/Ennis; take M18 Motorway in direction of Limerick/Shannon. Take exit No.11 for Newmarket-On-Fergus/Ballygireen; Follow signposts for Ballygireen; 3rd exit at 1st roundabout, over bridge, 2nd exit at 2nd roundabout (see signpost for Cahergal). Continue for 6km until you reach Cahergal on left hand side.

Sat Nav: Lat (52.751626) - Long (-8.917279)

  • Adventure Seekers
  • Farmstays
  • Walkers

Facilities

  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Facilities for Pets
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wine License

Customer Reviews

 

Ryan & Elizabeth

27 Jul 2016 

This farmhouse was absolutely wonderful. The setting was picturesque and wish we could have spent much more than one night there! The room was very comfortable and quiet. The breakfast was hearty, delicious, and plentiful. Our children loved exploring the grounds. We flew out of Shannon the day after we left here and it was very convenient to get to the airport. We would stay here again in a heartbeat!

Audrey

16 May 2016 

We had a most wonderful stay at Cahergal! We were two families with small children and the McInerneys graciously treated us like family. Noreen's breakfasts were a wonderful start to our day and Michael's farm tour was a highlight of the trip for the children. We plan to return!

Melissa Davenport & Angela Huffman

26 Oct 2015 

Noreen and her children were lovely hosts. Our room was very comfortable. Breakfast was excellent. The farm grounds made for a picturesque and beautiful morning. It was gorgeous looking out onto the fields while eating breakfast.

Katie and Sam

29 Sep 2015 

We LOVED this farmhouse! The dog was so sweet and it was such a serene picturesque place, very relaxing! We got a suite with a huge bed and the biggest bathroom we had during our entire honeymoon! Definitely our favorite room. However, we never actually met the hosts, they kind of stayed hidden and never introduced themselves to us, which was disappointing. I had also read in reviews that since it was a working farm, there were horses available for riding and it was advertised that guests could sort of take part in farm duties such as collecting eggs, which would have been really cool. We never saw or got to do any of that. But it was beautiful!

Erin

16 Sep 2015 

This B&B was definitely the best I stayed in my whole trip. There was some confusion with my reservation but they gave me a room anyway so that was a relief. The location is so lovely as was the house. Breakfast was delicious and made to order. Paul was a great host, very charming and so helpful. I would definitely stay here again and actually would go out of my way to come back!

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