We are a working farm and livery stables in picturesque Cullenagh, Kilmeadan (also, Cullinagh, Kilmeaden) on the banks of the River Dawn in County Waterford, Ireland.

Facilities include two American barns, a 40m X 60m floodlit arena, riverside and woodland farm trails, individual tack rooms, security gates and large turnout paddocks.

We are ten minutes from the sea and the stunning Copper Coast on the main Rosslare to Cork route and are convenient for mountains and coastline, character pubs, restaurants, castles, historic houses and gardens as well as horse racing, music and theatre.

We also provide self catering accommodation at The Thatch Cottage in the beautiful village of Annestown, which is situated along the Copper Coast. The cottage is nestled in the Anne Valley and it overlooks the sea and Annestown Beach. A network of cliffside paths stretches between the beach and the neighbouring villages. This stunning part of the Copper Coast is an artist's haven.

For further information, please contact Evie by phone at 051 384121 or by email at cullenaghstables@gmail.com or through our Cullenagh Stables & Farm Facebook page.

Our postal address is Cullenagh Stables, Cullenagh House, Kilmeaden, County Waterford, X91 HT6X

Distance by Car :

Waterford - 10 minutes
Copper Coast - 10 minutes
Dungarvan - 30 minutes
Cork - 60 minutes
Rosslare - 50 minutes
Dublin - 90 minutes




Sunday, September 25, 2016

September Sunrise!





along the Weir Path

photo: Siobhan Reddy
photo: Siobhan Reddy

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


My Cousin Vinny ready for his guest appearance at Punchestown Festival today!

Friday, April 1, 2016

Wednesday, March 2, 2016


Former Cheltenham winner, Cousin Vinny makes headlines with his career change!

 pictures from Endurance Riding Ireland's fun ride at Cullenagh Stables on February 28th

Julie and Mia

Willow giving her pony a well earned rest!


Haleema

Marisa and Margaret



Stephanie and Julie

Jennifer
Gillian

Monday, February 8, 2016

little and large

pic: Gillian Corcoran

Friday, January 29, 2016

along the trek


the daffodils are in bloom!

photo: Gillian Corcoran