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Ballindrum Farm

Athy, Kildare, R14 FK58


9km from Athy


Meet your host…

Mary & Vincent Gorman

Your stay will be hosted by the Gorman Family. Vincent and Brendan are our farmers. They invite you to view the milking from the viewing gallery. They will answer guest questions on agriculture. Francis is our IT specialist and keeps a good quality wifi available . Joseph is our musician . Mary your host will greet you with tea and scones, beautiful rooms and a breakfast cooked to order. Please let her know your arrival time.

Ballindrum
Athy
R14 FK58

Award-winning Ballindrum Farm is set in an area of rural beauty on the outskirts of Athy, County Kildare. The working dairy farm offers comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation with free guided tours of the farm available on request. Guests will be greeted by the welcoming hosts with tea, coffee and home-made scones. There are five en-suite bedrooms that are clean, comfortable and tastefully decorated. Guests are free to use the music room and TV lounge to relax in. A delicious breakfast is served each morning in the dining room. 

Farmstay Experience

Ballindrum Farm in Kildare is a working dairy farm.  Guest are welcome to watch the milking of the cows and the Ballindrum Farm method of farming is explained and guest questions answered. Children enjoy a visit to the calving shed to meet the new born calves. The hens have their own run beside the farmhouse, guests can feed them and collect the eggs.  Agricultural groups are catered for that require a more technical visit eg. grassland management, herd yields etc.

How to get here

Stay on the M9 until exit 3. Take N78 direction Athy. Take 3rd. right turn called Burtown Big. Ballindrum Farm is now 1.5km. on the left. Drive down the avenue to the farmhouse. If you are coming from Athy, take N78 direction Dublin/Waterford. Burtown Big is the 4th. Left turn.

Sat Nav: Lat (53.010547) - Long (-6.888890)

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Facilities

  • B and B Accessible to a wheelchair user with assistance
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Independent Wheelchair
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

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Overall Score

9.7/10
Superb

 

Helen & Kathleen

08 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

We loved Ballindrum Farm. Idyllic rural setting . Our room very comfortable and Mary's breakfasts top notch with home-made breads and scones. Mary was the perfect hostess. Very helpful with directions and suggestions for things to do. A very well run establishment......highly recommended.

Host's Reply:
Thank you Helen and Kathleen for your lovely comments. Mary

Rick and Sue Knudsen

27 Sep 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

Rick really enjoyed checking out the milking system and hearing about your process. He grew up on a dairy farm in Montana so he found it very interesting. Mary had great breakfasts for us every morning which started out day of perfectly. The room was very clean and comfortable. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in your neck of the woods.

Host's Reply:
Rick and Sue thank you for reviewing Ballindrum Farm. Mary

The Burch Family

02 Sep 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

We thoroughly enjoyed our experience at the Ballindrum Dairy Farm. Our breakfast was delightful! Mary very pleasant to work. The shower was wonderful. We will stay here again on our next trip to Ireland. Thank you!

Host's Reply:
Thank you for such a positive review, we would love to see you again. Mary

Mary and Michaela Griffin

30 Aug 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

What a wonderful way to end our trip. Several other guests we had met along the way at other B&B’s, and it was most everyone’s last night in Ireland. We enjoyed a cup of coffe and tea with scones and a wonderful visit with a new friend, Mary, who was beginning her stay. I’ll always remember the beautiful landscape and lovely hospitality. Ballindrum Farm is a beatiful and peaceful farm where we enjoyed watching the herd of cows being rounded up that evening to the playful calves in the back gently and sweetly taunting the chickens through fence in the back portion of the farm - it was a sweet and delightful view with the sunset in the background. The room, the people, the place was just special! Thank you!

Host's Reply:
Dear Mary and Michaela, your review is so beautiful, thank you. Mary

Steve Gresko

24 Aug 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

Stayed 5 nights rather than pack up and search for a new B&B every day or so. Start the day with a nutritious breakfast served by extrodnary hosts and then off for 12-14 hours of touring a fantastic country!

Host's Reply:
Dear Steve and Family, thank you for the lovely comments and for the long stay. Regards, Mary

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