Places to visit in Grange

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Places to Visit in Grange

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  • 4Canadians
    Canada18 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was an excellent presentation by the farmer/shepherd and the dog! He was so informative and funny. the dog was brilliant! We also learned a bit about farming in Ireland and the history. Fun for the whole family!
    Written 12 July 2024
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  • Nicky
    6 contributions
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    I am lucky to live close to Streedagh but I can promise you that you will love the beach as much as I do. It is the most beautiful beach and perfect for walking swimming and surfing.
    Written 30 December 2023
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  • Sarah L
    Enniskillen, UK113 contributions
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    Absolutely Excellent soft play! Great place for families, our kids 4&2 loved every minute at it. (Not going to lie...us adults enjoyed it too 😅)
    Written 9 July 2023
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  • Deirdre B
    Newcastle West, Ireland20 contributions
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    Just a gem near Lough Gur, free to visit and walk around but mind the cows. One of the stones has ancient scripting on it and the entrances are clear, the site is well maintained. Fascinating place to be
    Written 12 June 2024
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  • Libbyinfrance
    Paris10 contributions
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    NOT TO BE MISSED FOR THE EXPERIENCED HORSE PERSON!

    I booked a trip (called Wild Atlantic) a bit last minute as I was going to be in Northern Ireland for a family thing. I used Zara's Planet to find Ursula and Island View. I had a FANTASTIC week. I will definitely be back.

    At first glance the stables (yard) seem modest. What is most important are the horses are amazingly well cared for, Ursula is a natural horsewoman and their team of guides are knowledgeable, kind and super fun!

    I would recommend this ride for those that are experienced. At a minimum, you should be able to walk, trot and canter with ease. (If not there is a Mix and Match program where you can have some lessons and go on some more quiet rides). You will all be evaluated and given a suitable horse. The West coast of Ireland is rugged and the horses are sure footed and and sound. The stable boasts its own "private island" (true! ) and at low tide you ride across and get to see their mares and foals and other horses that may be having a rest out happily grazing on the island.

    Each day was a different ride (two different islands) -- a ride to a famous castle and even up a mountain.

    You are treated like family and if you care for horses as much as they do, you're likely to have a stellar ride.

    I've been riding all my life, but have never been a fan of galloping fast. On one of the beaches (that seems miles long) -- I was given the opportunity to really gallop fully ( my guide's horse was not as fast ) so there I was galloping off down the beach! It was so fun I cried tears of joy at the end. The mare I was on was totally fine, took care of me and has now made me a lover of gallops on the beach.

    I stayed at the B&B (the lookout) which also has 2 self-catering apartments which I highly recommend -- Joe, the host was a hoot and very accommodating. If you are riding with Island View I highly recommend the "Lookout" apartments over the hotel in town. The view of the horses grazing and the island never got old.

    And, no joke, I saw 4 rainbows in one week! If that's not the luck of the Irish, I don't know what is!

    Fabulous, rugged horses - totally knowledgeable and kind horsepeople.

    A one of a kind experience. Thank you, Ursula and team! (I'll let you hear about the Irish-German love story on-site.

    Written 8 October 2023
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