St Tola Goat Cheese has been made in the townland of Inagh, just south of the Burren in beautiful County Clare, since the late 1970s. The farm is just a few miles from the Wild Atlantic Way and is surrounded by beauty and the luscious Irish countryside. Over the years cheese-maker Siobhan Ní Ghairghith has developed St Tola into an award winning, fine gourmet cheese and one of the most sought after artisan products made in Ireland today.
At St Tola farm you will meet our goats and learn how we make St Tola award winning cheese. All our cheeses are handmade in small batches on a daily basis. Curd is hand ladled into log moulds. This very gentle handling ensures that we get the softness and texture that make our cheeses unique. The cheeses are then made to our customers’ individual requirements. Over the years St Tola have developed a range of cheeses to suit different tastes. Cheese-maker Siobhan Ní Ghairbhith invites you to visit St Tola farm and experience the craft of cheesemaking.
Monday - Friday: 11.00 am - 4.00 pm
Closed weekends and Bank Holidays
Visitors are always welcome.
Tours of the farm are by appointment only.
St Tola Goat Cheese
Co Clare, Ireland
+353 (0)65 6836633