Visting Our Goat Farm
We welcome tours of all kinds to our beautiful 65 acre farm! We are available for school tours for both national and secondary students, university and college students and holiday and vacation trips for all sizes and ages.
Visiting our Farm
1. Visitors are free to visit our museum and visitor centre and have a look in at the kids. We are open Monday to Friday 11am to 4pm. (No Bank Holidays)
2. Tours can be arranged for groups of all sizes. Our tour takes approx 1 hour to 1.5 hrs and includes a full tour of our working farm. There is a chance to pet our beautiful goats, see them during feeding time and get a better understanding of sustainable farming. A cheese making demonstration is included and also a tasting of our gourmet cheeses. Tours must be booked in advance. Contact Grainne for booking and tour prices on Tel: 065 683 66 33 or email@example.com
The following tour operators include a farm visit to us in their tour offerings
- Abbey Tours
- Irish Welcome Tours
- Moloney & Kelly Travel
- My Ireland Tour
- Wallace Travel Group
- Wine & Dine Tour
Winter Farm Visits
Our Farm Shop is now shut for the winter but Farm Tours are still available when booked in advance.
Monday to Friday (no Bank Holidays) Winter Hours: Farm Tours at 2 pm and take 1.5 hours. Charge €5 per person with a minimum charge of €50.
Our farm is just south of the Burren and only half an hour from the Cliffs of Moher - it can easily be incorporated into a full days touring.
We are part of a number of schemes that promote and support small artisan producers.
St Tola is part of ÉCONOMUSÉE, a French Canandian scheme that helps small craft and artisan producers produce small visitor centres. Our recently opened working museum gives the visitor a good overview of the farm, the animals and the art and craft of cheesemaking.
Burren Food Trail
St Tola Goat Farm is also part of the Burren Food Trail. The Burren is a famous limestone region in North Clare, famed for its wild beauty an inspiration to nature lovers, artists and those seeking adventure. But it is also a great place for foodie lovers. There is great range of artisan food producers in the area as well as excellent places to eat and happy watering holes.