Contact Us

Tel: (057) 913 9081

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Sat Nav:

S 53° 6.022 

W 7° 58.853  

How to Find Us

We are located in North Tipperary in the centre of Ireland. Not just boarding counties Offaly and Galway we also have provinces Leinster and Connaught on our doorstep.

Tel: (057) 913 9081  -  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Sat Nav Co-ordinates : S53° 6.022 W7° 58.853  

 

 

Directions

Approaching from East

Take M4 signed Sligo, Westport, Galway

At junction 11 leave the M4 signposted Galway

At junction 2 continue forward to M6 Leave the M6 at junction 5 signposted Tullamore

Continue on the Tullamore bypass to Birr exit Straight through Kilcormac

Go through Birr and take N52 signposted Nenagh at Tesco roundabout

Enter Riverstown and turn right onto R489 signposted Portumna

Arrive at Tearaways 4km on right

Approaching from West

Take M6 signed Dublin

At junction16 leave the M6 signposted Loughrea

Follow signs for Portumna N65 Straight through Killimor

Enter Portumna turn left onto Main St, continue straight through town

Cross the bridge and turn left onto R489 signposted Birr

Arrive at Tearaways 16km on left

From Athlone

Take Old Dublin road R446

Turn right onto N62 signposted Birr

Straight through Doon

Straight through Ferbane

In Cloghan take 2nd exit off roundabout towards Banagher

Continue straight toward Borrisokane At Taylors Cross continue straight onto R438

Continue 8km turn left onto R489 sighposted Birr

Arrive at Tearaways1 km on left

From Roscrea

Take N62 towards Birr

Enter Birr and take 1st Exit off Tesco roundabout towards Portumna / Nenagh

Enter Riverstown and turn right onto R489 signposted Portumna

Arrive at Tearaways 4km on right

 

This Project has been part-funded by North Tipperary LEADER Partnership under The Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 which is financed by the EU through the European Agriculture Fund for Rural Development 
and by the National Exchequer through the National Development Plan.