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St Tola Irish Goat Farm
Ennistymon, Co. Clare
Family friendly
Free car parking
Pre-booking essential
St Tola Goat Farm in County Clare, provides a unique insight into the world of Irish farming and farmhouse cheese production. Come see the lovely goats and sample the delicious range of award winning, St Tola goats milk cheeses.

St Tola Goat Farm in County Clare, have been hand making delicious, gourmet goats cheese just south of the Burren for over 30 years. These cheeses are representative of the clean fresh environment of North Clare and a visit to them is an essential and rewarding experience for all tourist foodies.

Tours of the farm and tastings of the award winning St Tola Cheese can be arranged for groups of all sizes. The tour takes approximately 1 hour to 1.5 hrs and includes a full tour of the working farm. There is a chance to pet the 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 the brilliant gourmet St Tola cheeses.

Tours are not held every day and they must be booked in advance. St Tola Irish Goat Farm are part of the Burren Food Trail, the Ecomusee Network and is just minutes from the Wild Atlantic Way.

Contact details
Gorbofearna, Gortbofearna, Gortbofarna, Ennistymon, Co. Clare, V95 XA9C, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1 to 1.5 hours here.

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