• The road to Rigneys and Curraghchase Forest Park
  • Our garden in bloom at Rigneys Farm Bed and Breakfast
  • Wonderful Piglets at Rigneys Farm Guesthouse
  • A view through the tress - Rigneys Farm B&B from the forest park
  • One of our sows with her little piglet at Rigneys Farm
  • Rigneys Farm on the boundary of Curraghchase Forest Park
  • Summer's Harvest at Rigneys Farm, Ireland
  • Our ducks paying no attention to our pigs on Rigneys Farm
  • Our Oak Room with a comfy Four Poster!
We have four very comfortable rooms, each with its own unique character. Room rates start from €100 per night for two people sharing. We offer discounts for stays of two nights or more!
We are right beside the beautiful Curraghchase Forest Park. In the West of Ireland, we are only 45 minutes from Shannon International Airport. GPS: 52°36'16.5"N 8°52'41.7"W Decimal Degrees: 52.604582, -8.878252
Our farm is home to happy, pasture-fed, rare-breed animals who live the way nature intended. Experience an Irish pastoral tradition that goes back centuries.
Prepare to be entranced by this story-book farm, a perfect example of genuine Irish B&B hospitality.
John and Sally
from McKennas' Guides

Rigneys of Curraghchase


In a 30 mile radius

Adare Village

Adare village is regarded as being one of Ireland's prettiest and most picturesque village. It is a wonderful, unique place to visit, steeped in history dating back to 1200ad. In the early 19th century, the Earl of Desmond, laid the plan for the existing streets and townhouses of Adare.

Curraghchase Forest Park

On the doorstep of our house lies one of the most beautiful parks in Ireland. Curraghchase Forest Park offers 700 acres of pristine nature and woods, including a 1,500 year-old yew wood. The park is unspoilt, and little known: you can walk for hours here in perfect peace and silence.

Handmade on our farm, from pasture-fed, free range animals and free of artificial additives, our range of products have won many significant awards.
When you have collected a just-laid hen's egg, cuddled a baby piglet, fed a pony, visited happy pigs in the field, you have an experience to treasure for ever - tactile; genuine; sustainable; enriching; unforgettable

What's New?

The WAW is a coastal touring route that runs from the Inishowen Peninsula in Donegal to Kinsale in County Cork. The route is creating a lot of excitement both home and abroad, because it’s the longest defined coastal touring route - in the world! Rigneys farm is just adjacent to the Wild Atlantic Way, and we welcome visitors using that route, whether they travel by car, by foot or by bike. We hope that they will stop for a little while in West Limerick and enjoy a real Irish welcome.

Looking forward to attending the London Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation and especially attending the workshops on traditional methods of food preparation including fermenting and sourdough baking!

Don't forget we'll be at the Killaloe Farmers' Market - it takes place every Sunday from 11.00 - 15.00 and has wonderful fresh and local produce with over 20 stalls! Hope to see you there.

Farm Stays & Tours

We're delighted to welcome school tours to Rigney's Farm to experience a traditional, Irish... Read more.

Located just next to Curraghchase Forest Park, Rigneys Farm is a perfect location to stop in for... Read more.

Rigneys Farm at Curraghchase Forest park near the Shannon River in County Limerick