Two American style barns overlook a large floodlit arena and the farm's year round turnout paddocks stretch down to the beautiful River Dawn, which flows through the farm. Riverside and woodland farm trails cut paths between fields and alongside historic landmarks.
In the revived mill yard is the Hen House, a refurbished recreational space which forms the hub of our social farming enterprise. Social farming projects encompass all aspects of farm life, from care of the horses and ponies to fishing and foraging.
If you are interested in learning more about social farming and our ongoing projects or would like to bring your horse on holidays and enjoy quiet time together on the trails, please complete the contact form or phone Evie at 083 8770992.
Below are links to Cullenagh Stables and Farm's blog and Facebook page.
The Anne Valley forms part of the historic Copper Coast in County Waterford, which is ten minutes by car from Cullenagh.
The Thatch is a self catering seaside cottage in the stunning village of Annestown. Overlooking the beach, a network of cliff side paths stretches between Annestown and the neighbouring villages. This stunning part of the Copper Coast is an artist's haven.
The Copper Coast is convenient for beaches, mountains and coastline, character pubs, restaurants, castles, historic houses and gardens as well as horse racing, music and theatre.
Guests of The Thatch have full access to the riding/walking trails at Cullenagh.
The cottage is in high demand over the summer period, so early booking is essential. Please contact us directly to enquire or make a booking.
Please see below link to The Thatch.
The working farm and stables at Cullenagh developed around a milling industry dating back to the 1600's which, through the ages, played a significant role in the region's history.
The historic landmarks on the farm have been integrated into cross country woodland and riverside trails.
Steam trains once had a stopping point on the farm's Old Quarry Trail, which follows the faintly visible remains of an earlier steel mill whose arches and tunnel are now neatly woven into the surrounding farmland. The railway line once linked Fishguard Port to Lismore, County Waterford. Riding trails now follow paths over and under its old stone bridges.
The carefully preserved remains of Fairbrook Mill fringe part of today's equestrian trail which follows paths alongside the historic Mill Street Houses, the old chimney, the mills' former weirs and mill races as well as through belts of arable land, woodland and alongside the ancient spa at Gortnaclode.
Day visitors can enjoy the trails with their horse over a morning, an afternoon or an entire day. If you would like to purchase a gift voucher, please complete the contact form or phone Evie at 083 8770992
Hoping all of our farm visitors and customers are enjoying the arrival of spring!
Milly at Cullenagh Stables
Long and short term livery is provided for at Cullenagh. With large stables, individual paddocks and tack-rooms, a floodlit arena and riverside and woodland cross country trails, there's much to explore at your leisure over an afternoon, a day or a week - all before putting your feet up at The Thatch, a cosy traditional cottage by the sea in the picturesque village of Annestown. Nearby is the famous Harney's pub, serving up delicious food as well as delivering up regular servings of traditional Irish music.
Spend a morning or afternoon exploring the winding woodland and riverside trails and gallops with your horse this summer. With over 8kms of paths (all with optional fences), there's much to enjoy over a couple of hours or days.
Visitors also have use of the warm up arena, wash area and private car park.
We are open for bookings from mid June until mid September.
Please contact us ahead of reserving so that we can ensure that each horse and rider is catered for according to interests and abilities.
Donna Sisler (West Virginia)
I recently visited Cullenagh Stables and I can tell you that the owners are not only qualified to provide social farming and therapeutic riding, they're also dedicated and caring. The location is beautiful and peaceful. It’s the package deal. I encourage you to pay them a visit. You won’t be disappointed.
Tanya Power (County Waterford)
My daughter and I have frequently been to Cullenagh Stables. Each time has been a delight. The facilities are excellent and you can always be sure of a warm welcome. We've been along the track, the scenery is beautiful. So much nature and fresh air, yet so close to the city. A real gem!
Sharon Frye (Oklahoma)
The owners of Cullenagh Stables are a passionate and caring team. I've had the great opportunity to watch them provide visitors with authentic concern and hospitality. The stunning location and grounds are in top-notch condition, contributing to a wonderful experience but the staff make the utmost difference.
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