Stay in an private en-suite bedroom with views of the garden and valley below Glens. Full breakfast in the Sun room. Walk the farm in the morning with Seamus. You may get to help with the lambing!
We require a minimum two nights booking. Thanks
Stay at a sheep farm in Ireland. We require a minimum two nights stay.
Please note. Pregnant women are not advised to be in close contact with new born lambs.
Private en suite bedroom on location of a working sheep farm house 3 miles west of popular tourist town Dingle, Co. Kerry Ireland. We are on the southwest coast of Ireland 15 min. to strands and coastal views.
We recommend a minimum of two night stay in Glen South, because there is so much to see and do around the Dingle area. There is shopping, dinning and ceol and craic in the pubs in town. Slea Head drive is at our front door, which is arguably one of the most scenic drives in Ireland. Dingle offers boat trips and kayaking in the harbor, miles of hiking,and horseback riding,
Walks? Sights? We know the area, and are only too happy to share our local knowledge with you. Guided hikes in the mountains are available, at a small fee.
Want to birth a lamb, or shear a sheep the old fashion way? We could offer you that experience too depending on the season!
Free WiFi, Full Irish Breakfast with Free Range Eggs, Kennedy butcher's sausages, Irish rashers, fried mushrooms.
We also provide bikes for our guests at a small daily fee. Many people like to tour Slea Head Drive on cycles. Price includes, double bed,: breakfast, Broadband, TV in the Bedroom (limited to 4 Irish channels.)
Come stay in Glens South, Dingle and make some new friends.
En-suite bedroom. Sun room where breakfast is served. Kitchen, so you can make a cup of tea as you please.
Farm walks with Seamus. Advice on local attractions.
There is a lot to do in Dingle. Every weekend during the summer months there are various art, music and cultural festivals, plus runs and marathons. There are hill walks, beaches, and great night life.
We recommend you have a car. We are three and a half miles from Dingle town.
March through June is lambing season. You are welcome to participate in the farming as much as you like.
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My wife and I could only stay with Janet for a short time. Janet and her family made us feel welcome and provided us with helpful information and an amazing breakfast. The location is about a 10 minute drive from downtown and is a truly rustic setting. I think this would be a great location to just relax for a few days with the occasional trip to town.
Gracious hosts, lovely breakfast...warm and hospitable. We loved our stay. Seamus gave us a great morning walk through the paddocks to check on the sheep, and shared some of the history of this area answering our many questions. Janet with her musical and artistic background was great in sharing the Dingle history and shared enthusiasm and help in our planning. We will come again one day!! Thank you for your warmth and hospitality!
Staying at the sheep farm was a wonderful experience! Janet and Seamus were great hosts and made my friend and I feel at home. The breakfast was freshly prepared each morning and served in a beautiful sun room looking out onto the farm. The bedroom was spacious, clean, and very comfortable. There was also original artwork and woodwork throughout the house that added to the experience. We were able to go out on a walk through the fields to feed the sheep with Seamus and Floss (the border collie). We thoroughly enjoyed this walk and Seamus giving us a little insight into sheep farming! Thanks again for a wonderful stay.
Jan and Seamus were very nice and friendly. Their home was beautiful, warm and comfortable. We walked through the fields with the sheep, explored the land a tiny bit before heading into town for a bite to each and some music. Jan gave us some great ideas as to where to go in town and she was right on. Our room was very clean and comfortable, beautiful views out our window. In the morning Jan cooked us a delicious breakfast and served us out in the sunroom, with music playing and views of sheep and ducks we enjoyed every moment. Unfortunately we had to get moving early and didn't get to enjoy more of the farm, but hopefully one day we shall return.
Janet and Seamus were so wonderful - from the fantastic Irish breakfast, to the beautiful and very clean room - we appreciated all the details and their friendly hospitality. We loved walking around the farm in the morning and greatly enjoyed all there was to do around Dingle - we will definitely stay with them again if we return to the area!
My father and I stayed with Jan and Seamus for one night. Their home is absolutely beautiful. Warm, cozy, and the bed was so comfortable! I recommend anyone visiting Dingle to stay with Jan and Seamus.
The sheepfarm was an absolute delight. I went for a walk with Seamus in the morning to do the rounds with all of the sheep. We walked around the mountainside for over an hour, it was a great peaceful experience.
I plan to come back here and stay with Jan and Seamus next year. The breakfast the next morning was delicious!
Thanks Jan and Seamus!
Marvelous place, very quiet and with magnificient view of the surrounding landscape , the room was perfect and the breakfast so good ! We really enjoy staying with Janet and feeding the sheep and ducks in the morning before our visit of the day !
My husband and I stayed at Janet and Seamus' sheep farm for two nights and LOVED it! Seamus, very kindly showed us around his farm, so we had a lovely walk in the morning, Janet cooked a great brekkie each morning. We were only 5 km's out of Dingle, but it was so peaceful and beautiful. The room was great and the hosts were lovely. Recommend to anyone! Thank you both for a lovely stay.
Somewhere we'll definitely visit again next time we're in Ireland! Jan and Seamus were very nice (even took us to town for a pint and some fish pie!) and even made sure we were out early enough in the morning to make it back to Dublin in time for our early afternoon flight! They let us feed the sheep and guard ducks (:-)) and if we'd had more time they would've shown us how they walk the animals up the mountain to graze in the mornings... My only regret is that we didn't plan to stay longer...