Whether you are a small or a large group, a school tour, or just interested in learning about traditional Irish farming ways, the working Ballinwillin House Farm is always a treat for both young and old.
View some of Ireland’s first agricultural animals, Deer and Wild Boar
Maybe feed some of our Deer and if you dare, some of our Wild Boar
Enjoy watching the magnificent deer roam the pastures
Or simply relax and enjoy the peaceful country setting
Farm tour must be pre-booked and the cost is €10 per person
Set in 80 acres of rich pastureland in the heart of the south of Ireland’s most fertile region (the Golden Vale), Ballinwillin House, Wine Cellar & Farmyard Accommodation in Mitchelstown is a unique experience in a unique part of Ireland.
Offering luxury accommodation stays, this charming destination is an ideal base from which to explore Ireland’s beautiful South. Not limited to these options, your hosts, Pat and Miriam Mulcahy can develop customised tours designed for individual tastes. Within easy reach of four airports and approximately two hours drive on the N8 from Dublin, Ballinwillin is perfectly positioned in Mitchelstown as a welcoming base when discovering the South of Ireland.
Full of character and charm, this 18th century country house was built in 1727 for the Famed Agriculturalist, Sir Arthur Young, by the Earl of Kingston. It is situated on the edge of Mitchelstown (a vibrant country town). It is a family home and its newly-refurbished courtyard is home to exceptional guestrooms and private relaxation area and now available for bookings along with a functioning farm specialising in Organic Venison & Wild Boar.