2 Day Country Getaway

Fresh country air and an unhurried way of life makes a stay in our An Sibin Lodge a back-to-nature experience like no other – for riders and non riders alike.

Our lovingly restored 300 year-old traditional Irish stone cottage is the heart of our An Sibin riding centre. The ambiance of old times gone by is carefully maintained and yet all modern facilities for the guests are provided. The old world decoration in our lodge with antique furniture and old farm implements makes for a relaxed and rustic country setting.
This truly is a country idyll, perfect for getting away from it all. Our guests are staying in comfortable, individually decorated ensuite rooms.
The hearty Irish breakfast, tasty lunch snack and great home cooked dinner are enjoyed by candle light in front of the traditional turf fire.
Our organic vegetable garden provides many ingredients for the freshly cooked meals.
It was always said, that this place called "The Mountain" is like an inspiration to all who stand on its threshold and recapture the simplicity and peace of this idyllic setting.
The West of Ireland has long been known for its rugged beauty and nowhere is this more evident than at the An Sibin Riding Centre. 
We are nestled in the rolling hills of rural County Clare. Miles of quiet lanes and paths overlooking panoramic views of the River Shannon are perfect for a relaxed horse riding vacation in the picturesque landscape.

2 Day Country Getaway

2 nights comfortable en suite accommodation with double/twin or single room and full Irish breakfast
2 home cooked 3 course dinners by candle light
2 tasty lunches in the “old farm kitchen” in our An Sibin riding centre prepared with our home grown organic ingredients
2 days guided morning hacks (2 hours each day) through our beautiful surrounding countryside of the Slieve Aughty Mountains

Prices

April to October
Price per rider EUR 290
Price per non rider EUR 180
Single room supplement EUR 48
All above prices are per person and include 2 nights accommodation with all meals and guided horse riding on 2 mornings (2 hours per day).