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Overnight in a Horse Drawn Caravan


Horse-drawn caravans have no driving lights so they must be parked off the road during the hours of darkness.

Outside an Irish pub

Overnight Facilities

Designated farmers, guest-houses, pubs and hotels make overnight facilities available to horse- drawn caravan visitors for a fee. At a minimum, they provide parking for the caravan, grass for the horse, rubbish disposal and sanitary facilities. However they often provide much more, including packed-lunches, cooked meals, farm produce, child-minding services, hot showers, and sometimes transport to local visitor attractions.

Local Events

Information is normally available about local events such as folk-music sessions, festivals, pub entertainment, and religious services.

Local Facilities

Many localities boast golf clubs, angling waters, riding stables and other sports arenas as well as indoor entertainment facilities.

Inside an Irish pub


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