The experience begins with the drive into the estate, a spectacular old house set in 1500 acres of swanky jade landscape and woodlands, overlooking the River Nore. A robust Irish mount along with a top of the line instructor will make sure that your equestrian vacation is tailor made to apt your dexterity and personality. The state of the art equestrian centre contains two arenas and has the ‘Premier Cushion Track’ surface, which enhances
performance. It was a reserved home until 1987 for roughly 200 years to the Earls of Carrick, sold to the Mc Calmont family in 1914 that brought with them a rich equestrian heritage. Today the bar is named after the horses bred here namely
Tetratema and the Caretaker.