Visting Our Goat Farm

We welcome tours of all kinds to our beautiful 65acre farm!

We are available for national, secondary and 3 level educational tours, and holiday and vacation trips for all sizes and ages.
Tours can to our farm can be booked as a Private Tour or joining existing tours or Public Tours

Private Tours can be arranged for any size groups. Our tour takes approx. 1.5 hrs and includes a full tour of our working farm.
There is a chance to pet our goats, see them during feeding time and get a better understanding of sustainable farming. A cheese making demonstration is included and a tasting of our gourmet cheeses.
We off a Standard tour and a Premium tour.
Our tours for the 2023 season are bookable for Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays only. No tours any weekends or Bank Holidays. 
Tours are bookable for the following times 10.30, 12.30 and 2.30
The minimum cost for a private tour is €160.00 – email for more details at
We are a busy working farm, so tours are limited.


You may join pre-booked tours if they are agreeable, the cost is €15/head. Please email to see what is available.
Public Tour Days
We may do some Public Tour Days this year 2022. Check back later in the year for more details. 
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 day touring.
Directions: Our Eircode is V95 XA9C

We are part of several programmes that promote and support small artisan producers and support the local heritage. There is detailed information on each of these schemes on our Sustainability page

In 2011, the Burren and Cliffs of Moher gained Global Geopark Status. Already spectacular neighbours, their coming together formed a destination of natural wonders. Making up over 530 square kilometres the Burren and Cliffs of Mother Geopark offers diversity that is second to none.
For information, please look visit

B.E.N.Burren Eco-Tourism Network & Burren Food Trail
We are part of this amazing network in North Clare - for information

St Tola is part of ÉCONOMUSÉE, a French-Canadian scheme that helps small craft and artisan producers produce small visitor centres. For more information see