Activity Breaks > Farmstays Welcome
Get back to Nature
An Irish Farmstay holiday is the perfect way to get back to nature and relieve the stresses of everyday life. Whether you were raised in the countryside or you’ve been an urban dweller all your life, you may well feel like getting away from it all and experiencing life on the farm for yourself!
The Definitive Farmstay Experience
Farmstays Welcome are B&B’s that offer you the definitive Farm experience. Enjoy a variety of farm activities from collecting eggs to helping to feed the farm animals or simply taking a wander through the fields and enjoying the peace and quiet. Take a step into the heart of the countryside and enjoy a holiday at a Farmstay B&B!
Visit the Farm
Your B&B host will be knowledgeable on the farm and will be able to provide you with a ‘learn to’ farm experience. Depending on the time of year and season, you may be able to learn to milk a cow or shear a sheep! Guided tours of the farm are also available. The Irish Farmhouse B&B experience is a memorable holiday for all the family and a wonderful way to escape the hustle and bustle of city life to connect with the Irish countryside.
B&B Farmstay Services
The Irish Farmhouse B&B experience offers specialist services catering to the needs of visitors on a Farmstay holiday. You will find suitable secure facility with shelves, hangers, and wall hooks used for the drying of farm gear and clothing. Avail of the complimentary self service tea/coffee making facilities in the home and if you are planning a busy day on the farm, why not take a packed lunch available from your B&B host.
Booking your Farmstay Welcome B&B
It's very easy to find your perfect Farmstay B&B.
Use the search tool at the top of the page to find a B&B in the area you would like to visit
When you see your search results, click on the 'Categories' drop down arrow on the left hand side
Select 'Farmstays' and then click 'Filter' just below
You will then see all the Farmstay B&Bs in the area you initially searched for
When Josef Muller and his family arrived in Ireland on a Farmstay B&B holiday they immediately felt like part of the family. They introduced their children to Irish farm life and even got to meet the animals! Discover their journey here.