Ash Park is a picturesque 600 acre traditional working mixed farm which has been in the Stevenson family for nearly 400 years. A beef suckler herd, breeding sheep, free range chickens and sheepdogs can all be found sharing the land along with an abundance of wildlife. As well as the typical rich green grassland that you find in Ireland are special fields dedicated to wild bird cover, woodland, bog and lots of ancient hedgerow and sod banks. You will find many birds, squirrels, rabbits, owls, foxes as well as wild flowers and wild berries for foraging. The river Owenbeg (a site of Special Scientific Interest) runs through the farm and if you are lucky, you may catch a brown trout!
The farm’s foundations were built on flax and you cans still see to this day the original mills used for treating the flax to make linen. The farm is currently run on an extensive basis with the focus on the environment.
The two tents are sited in the Ash Park Well field in a delightfully spacious layout. They have breath taking views over the magnificent Sperrin Mountains and the surrounding Irish green countryside. You will marvel at the tranquillity, the isolation, the pleasure of the stunning countryside that surrounds you. The animals are nearby and the friendly sheep will keep a close eye on everybody. Each tent enjoys its own privacy, but is also placed perfectly for groups.
There are numerous sites for campfires.