Exit from Bantry Town Square onto the N71 road towards Skibbereen/Cork .
After approx 4.2 km (2.6 miles) turn right onto the R591 (Durrus/Toormore/Goleen)
Continue along this road for 6.3km (3.9 miles) until you approach Durrus town. As you drive through Durrus, bear left to stay on the R591 (road to Toormore/Goleen).
There is a narrow bridge just as you exit Durrus, but there is good visibility on both sides of the bridge.
Keep going straight along the R591 road for another 8.1 km (5 miles) until you reach the cross with the Cashelfean signpost (see photo - please note the road does not actually have the letters R591 painted on it). If it helps anyone, this cross is approx 1.6 km (1 mile) after the Dunbeacon Cross where you may have noticed the two milk churns on a wall in the lay-by).
Turn right onto this small road for 800m (0.5 miles), and bear left at the fork through the entrance onto the estate. Keep going along this boreen until you reach the indoor and outdoor arena facilities.
We will be holding a D-TREC competition on Sunday November 6th and we have been given permission to use the superb indoor arena (measuring 23m x 60m) at Cashelane Stud in Cashelfean, Durrus. This is a fantastic opportunity for us, and there is also a viewing area for spectators, so please come along and support this event.
Closing date for entries is November 2nd. We will need as many entries as we can get as the facility is quite expensive, but we think the venue is so worth it.
If you are still undecided whether or not to enter, we recommend you take a look at their Facebook page, Cashelane Stud. Click on their photos section, and load up the album entitled Cashelane Stud and Farm to see some photos of the facility and the indoor arena.