How to find us
Ballincurrig House Stud is located in the village of Ballincurrig on the R626 road between Midleton and Fermoy (left hand side if going from Fermoy). Although our postal address is Leamlara, we are not in Leamlara!
From Dublin Airport: Take the M50 South to Junction 7; then the N7/M7 West until Portlaoise, then the M8/N8 South until Fermoy. Continue on the N8 after Fermoy until just after Rathcormack (around 5 miles), where the N626 to Midleton is found on the left. We are about 6 miles along this road on the left hand side. There are two marble pillars at the entrance to the driveway. The journey should take around three hours.
From Dublin Port: Follow signs to the N7 West. Take this road as it joins the M50 at Junction 7. Then follow the directions as from Dublin. The journey should take around three hours.
From Dun Laoghire: Follow signs to the M50 North, and take this road until Junction 7 with the N7/M7 West. Then follow the directions as from Dublin. The journey should take around three hours.
From Cork Airport: Follow the N27 North until taking the N25 East in the direction of Youghal and Waterford. Follow this road to the Midleton exit; then pass through Midleton following the signs to Fermoy leading onto the R626. We are around 7 miles along this road on the right hand side. The journey should take around 45 minutes.
From Rosslare: Take the N25 towards Wexford. This is the Wexford ring road. Take the N25West towards Waterford. Follow this road through Waterford (over the bridge) and continue on the N25 passing Dungarvin and Youghal, until exiting at Midleton. Then follow the signs to Fermoy leading onto the R626. We are around 7 miles along this road on the right hand side. The journey should take around two and a half hours.
The recommended ferry route from the North and Midlands of England is from Holyhead to either Dun Laoghire or Dublin, using either Stena Line or Irish Ferries. Both Irish ports are close to main motoring routes; and it is possible to arrive at one port and depart from the other, to suit the traveller’s convenience.
Several of our clients recommend booking the ‘Stena Plus’ facility for a more comfortable travel experience.
The nearest airport is Cork, less than an hour from Ballincurrig, although there is much greater choice of flights to Dublin, which is around 3 hours away.
Ryanair fly from Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol East Midlands, Gatwick, Leeds, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle and Stansted to Dublin; and from Gatwick, Liverpool and Stansted to Cork. Ryanair is famous for offering very cheap fares, especially when booked early; but you may fall foul of extra charges if you want to take other than cabin baggage or if you fail to book and check in via the Internet.
The profits from such additions have made Michael O'Leary a very rich man, which is no bad thing since he is a great supporter of Jumps racing in Ireland, and he raced Richard Rohan’s ‘pinhook’ War of Attrition to become a Champion steeplechaser.