You can see farm life unfold on the land, around the farm yard and in the cottage with each day being rounded off with milking by hand.
The beautiful and quaint village of Adare is nestled in a wooden and lush countryside setting, is arguably Ireland's prettiest and most picturesque village.
If you took the ferry from Mallaig, then you'll arrive at Armadale, where you'll find Armadale Castle and the beautiful gardens which lead out on to some stunning views of the Cuillin Hills and the Sleat Peninsula.
Furnished rooms and an audio-visual presentation present its history.
Aberfeldy is a small town in Perthshire where you can find a working water mill in the with demonstrations of oatmeal milling.
You will find a small museum with historical displays and a café at the summit. Easily accessible by road bridge from the beautiful Currane peninsula and only one hour drive from Castlebar, Achill is Ireland's largest offshore island and encompasses dramatic land and seascapes which have provided inspiration for artists and writers for many years.
The island has glorious cliff scenery, spectacular drives and walks and beautiful blue flag beaches.