You might have seen them on telly.
The Ballinadee Bus is a family-run spot where you can sleep over on one of two double-decker buses, located on an adorable rescue farm just 15 minutes drive from Kinsale. Dermot Bannon is a big fan, having explored the farm for his RTÉ project Dermot Bannon’s Super Small Spaces.
Ballinadee Bus recently opened its doors to the public to become Ballinadee Bus Farm, inviting animal lovers to make friends with their four-legged residents, which include alpacas, donkeys, goats, pygmy goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, and three lovely cows.
The farm also hosts its very own coffee trailer called The Bus Stop, filled with treats from Wazzy Woo, ice cream for those hot days from The Good Dairy Company, and lattes made with Kinsale Coffee.
This Sunday, July 9th, the family farm is hosting a jumble sale and inviting sellers and buyers to come along to pick up some treasures, have a coffee, and say hello to the goats.
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The jumble sale takes place on Sunday, July 9th from 10am to 4pm or you can call into the Bus Stop for a coffee Wednesday – Sunday from 10am – 5:30pm. To book a stay in one of the double-decker buses, head to their Airbnb page here.