mountain-view.jpgMark and I have been opening our home to visitors for the past seven years and have spent countless hours organizing and planning daytrips for our guests as well as sharing our local knowledge of the history and landscape of Wexford.  lamb-leaders.jpgAs sheep farmers we spend the winter lambing and working on our farm. Mark’s paternal grandmother was born on this here and our children are at least the 6th generation of his family to live on Kilbora. After living and working in the United States for 13 years we returned to Ireland in December 2001 with our 3 children. Mark is a firm believer in eco friendly farming practices and encourages you to walk the fields and explore the wooded trails that are adjacent to our farm. You might even see some of our local wildlife; foxes, pheasants, hawks and even mink.

In addition to operating the B&B I own and operate a patchwork/quilt shop here on the farm. I keep busy during the winter months raising our children, helping with the farm and designing patchwork quilts (some of which have been published in Irish Quilting Magazine). I regularly teach quilting from my home as well as through out the Southeast.  But most importantly we love our small piece of heaven and enjoy sharing it with others.