Hen party at Tullyboy Farm

Culchie Craic – Hens on the Farm        onefabday-2015

At Tullyboy Farm

Release the inner culchie in you and enjoy the craic down on the Farm. Meet Ned in the bed and try out the settlebed. Milk a cow and catch a piglet or a hen; Transform the city chick into classy farmer’s wife. Jump into the straw dive and have a pillow fight; have a rollercoaster ride on the Tullyboy Express, not for the faint hearted! Get up on Bob and saunter along! Reverse a 4X4 and trailer; try out your hairdressing skills on the sheep. baaaah. (In season)  Take part in the Ram race and more!  (Some events are seasonal)

 

 

Catch your breath with a coffee and a scone. Lots of thrills, frights and excitement along the way. A great way to get to know each other, laugh out loud and have a great start to your weekend.

Check out our excellent reviews on Facebook.com/tullyboyfarm

We can recommend lovely accommodation in the centre of Carrick and give you details of packages available.  It will all be arranged for you.

 

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Culchie Craic is available Saturdays from 11.00am to 5pm Other times/days by arrangement.    Booking Necessary – Times:  11am; 12.30pm;2pm; 3.30pm and 5pm   Don’t delay booking up fast for this year.

Craic lasts 2 hours.  Cost includes tea/coffee and scone  plus ‘refreshment’ along the way.  Minimum group 10.  (There is an additional charge of €5 pp for groups under 10) Wear old jeans  (no whites!) and old runners,  or wellies if you have them but you won’t get too dirty, bring a coat to keep warm outside and don’t forget your camera for some great photos.

Booking  available by emailing:    info@tullyboyfarm.com   €50 deposit required on booking and full payment 2 weeks in advance.

 

 

 

STAGS – Be a Farmer for a Day (2 hrs!)

 

This is aimed at young energetic groups minimum group size is 10.  It is 2 hours long  filled with challenges and good craic.  A sample of what ye might do is as follows:

 

  • Herd the sheep into the gated pen – timed – without a dog!
  • Milk a cow, timed to see who is first to get enough for tea

 

  • Tractor Trailer ride

 

  • Shear a sheep – accuracy wins

 

  • Foot turf race

AND a few surprises thrown in.

 

Craic lasts 2 hours.  Cost includes tea/coffee and scone  plus ‘refreshment’ along the way.  Minimum group 10.  (There is an additional charge of €5 pp for groups under 10) Wear old jeans  (no whites!) and old runners,  or wellies if you have them but you won’t get too dirty, bring a coat to keep warm outside and don’t forget your camera for some great photos.

Booking  available by emailing:    info@tullyboyfarm.com   €50 deposit required on booking and full payment 2 weeks in advance.

 

 

 

 

 

Accommodation on the farm is being refurbished at this time and not available at the moment.

ACCOMMODATION

 Group accommodation

Do you want to stay on Tullyboy Farm.  We have dormitory style accommodation available with large living area in a converted Stone Coach house building nearly 200 years old.     It is fronted by a large walled courtyard with lots of picnic tables and a barbeque.   The farm cafe is at the end of the building where you can enjoy an Irish breakfast at any time of the day at a reasonable cost.    The local country pub ‘Dickies’ is literally down the road a half mile and has a session every Saturday night and you will be made feel very welcome there.

 

Accommodation Consists of:

Upstairs:    3 large Dormitories with adult bunk beds

1 shower room with 2 showers and one toilet/whb

2  toilets/whb off dormitories

Another Double Shower Cubicle.

Downstairs:     Large  Living room with lots of leather seating, one double bed-settee, TV and Spiral Staircase

Small hallway with wide wooden stairs

Front arched doorway leads into 2nd smaller living room with feature brick fireplace with wood burning stove, Vanity basin and bed and clothes hanging space etc.

 

 

 

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Testimonials

Had a fun time with all the lovely animals my favorite was the little hens but I also liked the ducks, they where funny as they walked around in a big group making quaking noises as they walked
Had a great time, i really loved the little lambs. We went to see the baby cows and they were having there lunch.Farmer Matt let us help feed them there milk and we then helped put clean straw in the barn so they could go to sleep.



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