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Ballycahill, Thurles, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
This Georgian period house set in 150 hectares of picturesque countryside specialises in residential equestrian holidays. The house is well equipped and includes an extensive range of cross country fences.
Run by the Molloy Family on our 150-hectare farm in Co. Tipperary, we invite a small number of guests to join us and enjoy the warmth of an extended family atmosphere, excellent horses and tuition, combined with our unique equestrian facilities.
Guests are accommodated at Crossogue House, a Georgian house built in 1860, which is surrounded by picturesque farm and woodland offering both freedom and space in a clean and healthy environment. We welcome all standards of rider offering basic training in the arena, quiet walks along trails throughout the farm, to action packed sessions over our extensive range of cross country obstacles. Crossogue has been the venue for numerous competitions up to national level in the past, while now, we prefer to use the facilities for the exclusive use of our guests' pleasure instead.
Horses have been an integral part of the Molloy family at Crossogue for generations. We have bred, produced or trained horses to the highest levels in showing, show jumping, eventing and racing. Good horses and ponies are part of the Crossogue tradition. We are approved by A.I.R.E., B.H.S and Failte Ireland and are a member of Equestrian Holidays Ireland.