Hold a Baby Lamb

Posted in Family Attractions, Outdoor Attractions, Activities on the Dingle Peninsula - Imeachtaí i gCorca Dhuibhne

Hold a Baby Lamb

Have you ever held a baby lamb? Try a new experience and hold a lamb with us while you are on the Dingle Peninsula. You can also watch the farmsheepdog do his work, Visit some Beehive Huts, and perhaps have your photo taken in a Jedi pose! Stop for a while to enjoy the view across to the Skellig Islands (maybe spot a pod of dolphins!), and have a coffee. Hear about life in the old farmhouse (also available to stay in overnight with AirB&B).




We are situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, a few kilometres after Ventry village and across from the ‘Ceann Sleibhe’ Discovery Point sign.

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  • Plenty of parking
  • Baby lambs (if you are lucky you will arrive at feeding time!),
  • Sheep-dog shows (check ahead for times)
  • Early medieval stone-built round houses (also known as clocháin, or ‘beehive huts’, as they look similar to an old-fashioned type of box used for keeping bees), dating from over 1000 years ago.  Very like the houses lived in by the monks on Skellig Michael.
  • Some late 19th-century examples which are still fully roofed – experience what it would have been like to live in such a tiny house!
  • Stunning views across to the Skelligs (of Star Wars fame)
  • Views of the Blasket Islands and across to the ‘Ring of Kerry’
  • Sometimes dolphins and porpoises can be seen from the site, and even a whale now and again!
  • Have a cup of freshly-brewed coffee or tea and enjoy the views
  • 19th-century farmhouse with typical kitchen lay-out - dress
    er and other fittings

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  • Address: Fahan, Ventry Co.Kerry
  • Telephone: 00 353 (0)87 9745 977
  • E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Nearest Town or Village: Ventry / Ceann Trá



Travel Information

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Transport on the Dingle Peninsula