Located just below the pods is a short river walk around our Fairy Forest.

Located just above the pods is The Goats Path Walk which is a steep long walk to the top of the farm with a stunning view point by day and star gazing opportunity by night. This walk continues down the other side of our farm passed Glenlough Lake and returning once again to the pod park.

The main Glenlough Loop of the Sheep’s Head way can be joined whilst walking the Goats Path Walk.

Coming Soon: Sheep’s Head Safari

A safari jeep touring Sheep’s Head taking in local landmarks, arts, crafts & markets.

Arundels By The Pier Pub & Restaurant

Arundel’s by the pier is located in the heart of the Sheep’s Head Peninsula, in the beautiful seaside village of Ahakista.

Our beer garden not only acts as an idyllic spot to enjoy a fresh cooked meal and a refreshing drink, but also as a central hub for the local community.

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Heron gallery

Heron Gallery showcases the work of Annabel Langrish, as well as a unique and unusual collection of objet d’art, prints and original artwork.

Annabel’s compelling paintings focus on the diversity of the wildlife that surrounds us here on the Sheep’s Head peninsula. Heron gallery’s gardens – designed with an artist’s eye – are a great spot to enjoy the gorgeous, wholesome local food you’ll find in the lovely café.

The café serves Fairtrade organic coffee and teas, delicious scones and cakes, and, in summer, simple, wholesome lunches using locally-sourced organic produce. There is a lovely sunny terrace for those precious sunny days and free Wi-Fi can be accessed both inside and outside.

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The Old Creamery Sheeps Head

Taste the fresh local food being dished up at The Old Creamery, and you’ll be getting a real flavour of life on the western edge of Europe. In this new family-run café and restaurant, sample wonderful local meats, fish and produce overlooking Dunmanus Bay. And you can even hire a bicycle to explore the peninsula and work off the effects of your indulgence!

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Tin Pub Ahakista Bar

The Tin Pub – which is as you might have guessed constructed from tin! -has remained the same since day one. Sample the stout in the traditional interior, or spend some time outside in the beer garden which gives you beautiful views across Dunmanus Bay.

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Sheeps heads walks and lighthouse

The Sheep’s Head Way is an 88km walking trail along the coastline of Ireland’s Sheep’s Head peninsula – a European Destination of Excellence – and the lighthouse loop walk is one of the best ways to experience the trail for experienced hikers and day trippers alike.

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Bantry Bay Boat Hire

Bantry Bay is an area of outstanding natural beauty and we are lucky to call it home.  Let us take you out on the bay to explore our stunning part of the Wild Atlantic Way from the water, and let your senses immerse you in the sounds, tastes and sights of West Cork from the sea.

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Launched in 2020, Bantry Bay Charters offers top quality marine adventures for groups, families, couples, and individuals to enjoy! Join us aboard the “Deep Star” or “Puffin” for serious Deep-Sea Fishing, Mackerel fishing, Marine Wildlife Tour, Whale Watching, Scenic and Historical Cruises, or an alternative customised day on the bay.

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Bantry Bay Pony Trekking

Located just five minutes from Bantry town, this is the best place for riding enthusiasts in West Cork.
Bantry Bay Pony Trekking offers pony treks and riding lessons in all disciplines for all ages and levels,
supervised by two fully qualified HSI Level One coaches Georgia & Ruadhán Shiels and their enthusiastic staff.

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Bantry House

Bantry House and Garden is a stately home situated on the Wild Atlantic Way overlooking Bantry Bay in the south west of Ireland.

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Whiddy Island

Resting between peninsulas in Bantry Bay, Whiddy Island enjoys a superb strategic position in one of the world’s finest deep water harbours. It boasts an intriguing naval history too. During World War One, seaplanes from a US navy base on Whiddy patrolled Fastnet Rock. More recently, the island has served as a Gulf Oil terminal for berthing supertankers. It was here, in 1979, that the French tanker Betelgeuse exploded in what remains the biggest maritime disaster in Irish history.

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