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Blarney Castle Day Tour from Dublin Including Rock of Cashel & Cork City
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Blarney Castle Day Tour from Dublin Including Rock of Cashel & Cork City

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Get a feel for the scenery and history of both County Tipperary and County Cork without the need to rent a car on this day trip from Dublin. Accompanied by a guide, visit the area's highlights, such as the Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle, the English Markets, and the Galtee Mountains, hearing commentary about each along the way. All entrance fees included for a hassle-free experience.
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Emurf wrote a review Dec 2020
Fermoy, Ireland4 contributions
We have visited Leahys farm many times and always find the facilities excellent. Today we went to see Santa there and we have to say it was a great experience. Santa was extremely good and the gifts were very generous. We had never eaten in the cafe and I'm sorry to say we never will again. My wife ordered fish and chips for €10 what she got was a piece of donegal catch and a plate of frozen chips. We could have got fresh cut chips and fresh fish in a chipper for €6 , no excuse to use frozen fish when your so close to the coast. The children's burger was honestly something a dog would turn its nose at. It as like a 2 mm circle of cardboard on a bun with not so much as an onion on top. I had the sandwich accompanied by frozen chips and not even a leaf of lettuce on the plate . The sandwich was fine but not worth €10 , you'd get the very same quality in centra for half the price. The staff in the cafe were very friendly and understood when we returned the burger. In this day and age there is no excuse to serve frozen food , especially at those prices. We look forward to our next visit to the farm but unfortunately we will be eating elsewhere.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Mark R wrote a review Oct 2020
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Leahy's farm is a great day out for the kids. My 3 and 5 year old absolutely love it... Has incredible variety to keep the kids interested and the staff are super friendly.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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OwlCat wrote a review Sep 2020
Ireland27 contributions8 helpful votes
As the title says, I brought my 13 month old here during the week, and we came back again at the weekend because it was such a lovely day out. The baby had a brilliant time, even though he is young and not able to fully get involved in a lot of things yet like the diggers. But he loved the barrel train, playgrounds, being eye to eye with chickens and goats. Next year when he is steadier on his feet I'd say he will never want to leave the place. We spent a out 3-4 hours there each day. Above all, the staff were really really friendly and helpful. It was all so relaxed. Definetly worth the 2 hour round trip for us.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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ItsExpected wrote a review Sep 2020
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Just back from Leahys. I went with my eldest son (2) who is stone wall bonkers about diggers and tractors, machinery in general really. He loved the mini diggers, (which we had been talking about for a month prior and was what brought me to the attraction from Kilkenny) just as much as the vintage fire engine and tractors. It was very quiet when we were there which really enhanced the experience for us. We loved seeing all the animals and the numerous play areas. We had our lunch there and bought some presents in the chocolate factory. I went on the slide and the go carts and loved all the old machinery and items. I’d say we didn’t see half of it as we were racing around the place and few items closed due to Covid but I’m sure we will be going back for years to come! All the staff were very friendly a special mention to Ciara and Eddie himself! “LOOK MAMMY” will be ringing in my ears for weeks to come ☺️
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Date of experience: September 2020
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vwgolf17 wrote a review Aug 2020
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This farm is absolutely brilliant...my young kids loved every bit of it...from the playground, the golf, the animals, the maze and much more. They absolutely loved the Barrell ride and my son loved the diggers. He is still talking about it. It is well cleaned and there is sanitizer everywhere which is good to see. There are as also a girl cleaning the playground. We had lunch there too which was lovely. So much to do and see and would easily spend hours here. I would highly recommend
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Date of experience: August 2020
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