it be a small village just outside the city of Lisburn, in Northern Ireland. Mostly known as a farming community, so there are lots of cows, there are even a fews horses here and there.
Stoneyford's Resivour is the villages main attraction, which brings fishers together from far and wide, yet if there are any actual fish there it is still a mystery.
Yet it's name might emply a rather 'stoney' place, there seems to be more cows than stones inhabiting the place, which is a pleasant surprise to visitors.
Jerry the Petrologist: i think i might go to Stoneyford, in Northern Ireland for a short hoilday, it sounds like an excellent place to go see some mighty fine looking rocks!
Patrick the carnivore: Trust me, you would hate it. Urban dictionary told me it had more cows than rocks, sounds a bit more like my dream holiday.