Tel: 087 1202 777
Activities and Open Farm
Grangeclare Paddocks offer a range of activities for adults and children looking for a fun and unique day out for
- School Tours
- Hen and Stag Parties
- Birthday Parties
- Confirmations etc.
We can tailor activities to suit your event so why not give us a call or see our web site for details on what we can offer.
We also offer a range of accommodation at the Paddocks ranging from self catering cottages to traditional camping, making it the perfect base from which to explore the Kells area and take take in the world class golf, fishing, heritage, racing and much more the locality has to offer
Grangeclare specialises in the manufacture of a range of one and two bedroom portable Cottages for the Irish market. These cottages designed and manufactured to the highest specifications are perfect for any number of uses including holiday homes, retirement cottage, offices, consulting rooms etc.They are also ideal as a starter home for anyone trying to get on the property ladder.
As these cottages are manufactured to order, size and design can be altered to suit individual needs i.e. residence, office etc.
To find out more about these magnificent Portable Cottages, check out our Cottages web page...
Peter Mooney is a licensed trainer and has been involved in racing since childhood having had work experience with Mr W J Byrne in the Phoenix Park, Mrs St John Nolan in Balrath Navan, Mr H Thompson- Jones in Newmarket and Mr Liam Browne at the Curragh. Peter trained his first winner in 1979 and has since trained numerous winners in Ireland and the UK including...
* KILCULLEN LAD
* PEACEFUL SARAH
* OVER THE DEAL
* DRUMALEE LASS.
He purchased LITTLETOWN BRIDGE in the USA and she had her first run at the Navan races and then went to Dubai where she won her first race. LITTLETOWN BRIDGE then went on to come in second place in the Dubai Oaks, a very proud time for Peter.
GRANGECLARE PADDOCKS is a small racing operation but anyone looking for international knowledge and expertise in racing would do well to send a nice horse to his yard.