Staying at Foxmount Country House is not only a treat, it's a reminder of values many have left behind. Margaret and David have been living at Foxmount for 49 years and they are very proud of their working farm as well they should be. A foal was born three weeks ago and we watched him imprint his mother's ways out in a private pasture. Tea and breads when you arrive; the rooms are great and the breakfast is outstanding! Heather, their daughter-in-law, not only takes your order but serves you while Margaret cooks in the kitchen. The eggs are from the farm, raspberries were freshly picked one morning, the orange juice is also freshly squeezed as well; in fact, everything is fresh. We stayed three nights and it is quiet at night, secluded if you want privacy, and Jack Meade's pub is walking distance if you want to experience the locals in Passage East. But the best surprise is the porridge! This is not your everyday oatmeal. This is special, authentically Irish, and there is some magic to it but you'll have to stay at the Foxmount to find out what it is. A great stay, definitely recommend it and we look forward to returning soon.