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Lets Take a Walk

Come meet our alpacas and let them take you for a walk along our little patch of heaven – the wildlife corridor. Smell the wildflowers during the summer and watch the bees and butterflies as they dance from flower to flower.

Meet and greet the alpacas in the farmyard and head off for a leisurely stroll around the fields. Notice the Louth stone wall (in Dublin!)  and follow the Mass path as it wanders down beside the hedge. Have a look at the willow plantation growing for next year’s baskets. See the newly planted forest and identify can you see the shape in which it is planted!

Come back to the farmyard and have a chat about Dominic’s ancient cereal project and all the various machines that were used to bring the crop from seed to harvest. Try your hand at carding and spinning the wool from our Border Leicester sheep and the alpacas. Have a go at milking a goat. There’s always lots to see and do at Cornstown House.

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If you would like to book an Alpaca Trek outside of the above times, please contact our team on +353 1 835 9797 or email cornstownhouse@gmail.com

*By booking with Cornstown House you agree to follow the below guidelines put in place for farm and guest safety:

COVID Restriction – Farm Guidelines
Please do not come to the farm if…

  • You have been abroad in the last two weeks
  • You display any symptoms of Covid 19
  • You have been in contact with anyone who has displayed any symptoms or tested positive.
 
Booking Terms and Conditions
  • You must be sixteen or over to walk an alpaca but you can accompany an adult if you are a child over twelve.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult – one adult may bring one child over twelve.

However, if you would like to bring your children for a farm visit we have now opened our animal barn where you can meet the animals and learn about them. You can also have a cup of coffee at our newly opened coffee hut where we sell organic coffee and tea with beautiful cakes and locally produced Keoghs crisps.