An insight into the World of Rock Farm Slane from the people who make it happen. Read on to find out about seasonal produce in the farm shop, special offers, activities and events.
We are delighted here at Rock Farm Slane to have successfully achieved Platinum level in the TripAdvisor GreenLeaders Programme. All green practices: General Tracks energy use Regularly measures and records energy use (at least 4 times a year) Towel reuse programme Programme includes housekeeper training and regular checks Linen reuse programme Programme includes housekeeper training… Continue reading News
The latest film from Deborah Koons Garcia, SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL, will screen at the Solstice Arts Centre Navan on Thursday 18th February at 8pm. Tickets are €5 SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL is a feature length film that explores the complexity and mystery of soil. Filmed on four continents and sharing the voices of some… Continue reading News
Delighted to be featured in a HolidayLettings article written by some the top eco-bloggers in which they share their top ten places you need to visit for a true Eco holiday experience. The article features some amazing global eco tourism operations in Borneo, the phillipines, New Zealand and of course us here at Rock Farm… Continue reading News
Carina was recently interviewed by Australian TV from Gurus Explore and gave them an e-bike tour of the estate which included the glamping site, barley fields and the new whiskey project over at Slane Castle Why not consider adding an electric bike adventure to your stay with us this season?
We were so excited when Daren Howarth sent us through a copy of his short documentary (shot back in 2013) covering the work of Strawbale expert Bee Rowan during her consultancy here at Rock Farm Slane. A truly inspiring person we look forward to welcoming Bee back to Rock Farm in 2016 where she will… Continue reading News
Check out our new video footage taken by Big O Media – hold on tight as you take a birds eye flight around our luxury glamping site here at Rock Farm Slane, Co Meath, the heart of the Boyne Valley.