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1. Posted by malti (Budding Member 2 posts) 10y

I intend to visit Ireland. My interest are short countryside walks, possibly on flat terrain, accomodation on a working farm, with poultry running into my bedroom !!
Can anyone suggest the ideal location ??

2. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 10y

Hello Malti

I cant suggest an actual location, but i would suggest that u choose a location, on the coast of ireland, rather than in the midlands.
I am from Ireland. The midlands are where my parents live, and it is quite boring there. But i think most places around the coast are beautiful. U could choose a farmhous bed and breakfast, or guesthouse, on the coast.


3. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 10y

The tourist organisation, in Ireland is called Bord Failte. Maybe a search on their web site would give u information, about farmhouses, to stay at.

4. Posted by jbmr (Budding Member 21 posts) 10y

Hey there,

Suggest you check out this site:

I have never "wwoofed" before but this seems to be an interesting way to travel.
By the way, does anyone here have any experience of wwoofing? Any anectodes?

5. Posted by jenko2 (Full Member 123 posts) 10y

ireland is a beautiful country and i hope you have a brilliant time i have stayed in manahamilton sp which is near sligo and is a beautiful area tho irland is a hilly place good luck on flat walks

6. Posted by diesel276 (Budding Member 16 posts) 10y

The Fermanagh Lakelands or The Causeway Coast (both in Northern Ireland) are two areas I would highly recommend! The Northern Ireland tourist board website is you should find a wealth of information there!

7. Posted by starrjones (Budding Member 17 posts) 10y

I was also going to suggest wwoofing, as I will be doing it in Ireland in January. I have no anticdotes as of yet, I begin my first woofing in France next week. As for Ireland I know that there are many opportunities with organic farms there. Enjoy!