Glenside Pitch and Putt is an 18-hole course located in the small village of Murroe.
Local, fresh produce and the finest local coffee.
Unique and dynamic experience in the soft furnishing and Cafe world.
The best in tasty food and mouth-watering baked goods.
Family run hotel situated in heart of heritage town of Kilmallock.
Local guides who have a love of their place and happy to share Ballyhoura stories with you.
Modern & stylish 4* Hotel in the heart of Ballyhoura.
Set in 26 acres of beautiful countryside on the banks of the River Shannon.
A warm, friendly, homely coffee shop/café situated in the heart of the beautiful village, with a relaxed country feel to make visitors feel at home.
"You stay with Family."
Get ready for your outdoor rediscovery at Ballyhass Mallow.
The freshest locally sourced, homemade food.
It's All in the Taste.
Lovingly handmade in Limerick.
Your one stop shop for all you riding and horse needs
Join us on a Journey through Time.
A Magical Experience.
The Kennedy Rooms Bruff, the Golden Vale a Convent and a Dream
An experience to treasure.
A top-quality golfing experience.
Cycle along quiet country roads through some of the most scenic and beautiful countryside in Ireland.
Visit and fall in love.
Magical and tranquil atmosphere inspired by its surrounding natural beauty.
Café, outdoor dining, takeaway & home catering under one roof.
One of the largest and most complex cave systems in Ireland.
Exclusive Hire Residence & Boutique Accommodation.
Limerick Animal Welfare Sanctuary
The best Sporting Claybird Ground in Munster.
The perfect location to rest after a day of activity in Ballyhoura.
Experience Rural Life on the Rolling Green Pastures of a Golden Vale Dairy Farm.
Horse Riding Holidays for all Family.
Safe, relaxing horse riding, catering for all levels of ability and experience.
Beautifully renovated 300-year-old traditional Farm cottage
An impressive collection of antique, historical and novel items dating from Pre-Famine times to our more recent past.
Field Archery Club open to all - young and old - equipment supplied to ‘have a go’.
Providing outdoor and adventure sports education courses for adults and children.
A plant lovers paradise.
Award Winning Garden
Tour Manager & Destination Specialist
Stunning centrepiece of one of Ireland’s most beautiful estates.
Soak in 500 years of history from the top of the trail.
Highest point in the Ballyhoura’s.
Climb to reach the cairn of stones on Carrighenry Hill with views over Golden Vale countryside.
A home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, bees and insects and different types of waterlife.
The largest trail network of its kind in Ireland.
Specialised Yoga Walks at Galty Castle Woods & Ballyhoura.
All-weather CamperVan site in the heart of Ballyhoura.
Ancient methods with modern approches.
An integral part of the story of Doneraile Court.
Lively tradition of outdoor dancing , which brought communities together over a century ago.
The perfect introduction to mountain biking.
Challenge your mountain bike skills with steeper climbs and narrower trails.
Tight turns, steep descents and elevated boardwalks.
Slievereagh stands alone to the north east of the Ballyhoura mountains.
A long-established hillwalking group based in beautiful Ballyhoura country.
An exciting day tour combining history & nature, science & maths and oodles of fun!
A walk to the most ancient monuments and historic sites in Ireland.
Unique mindfulness and meditation RetrEATs in a holistic garden.
The only combined organic venison, wild boar and goat farm in Ireland and UK.
A circuit around the periphery of the Ballyhoura Mountains.
A trip east to the Glen of Aherlow with views of Seefin.
A spin around pleasant wooded hill near the townlands of Glenroe and Castle Oliver.
Enjoy the game of hurling with local GAA club.
Unique and wonderful guided walks and hikes in the Munster area.
A dedicated equine-assisted learning centre
A wonderful renovated venue formerly known as St. Andrews Church of Ireland.
This Loop is CURRENTLY CLOSED - Please check back for updates. Kilfinane loop takes in part of the Ballyhoura Way scaling its highest point of the pinnacle Slievereagh.
A horticultural paradise in north Cork