Telephone: +353 (0)87 741 8536
Address: Cloneen, Clareen, Birr, County Offaly, Eire, R42 CK72
GPS Coords: 53.043474, -7.808426
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From Birr to Wild Food Mary
From Tullamore or Athlone to Mary
There are two options from Tullamore, you can travel through Birr or take the scenic route through Cadamstown and Kinnitty.
Scenic route.Take the R421 past golf course and through Killurin meeting the Mountmellick to Kinnitty road at T junction, turn right toward Kinnitty (still R421) drive through Cadamstown and Kinnitty toward Birr. Just outside Kinnitty take first left (still R421) toward Clareen, continue through Clareen passing St Kieran’s “raggy bush” on your right. Take next right, approx 2km farther on,(L4007) signed Birr and also Tom Shaw farm machinery. My house is just 100 metres from this T junction, a two storey with a cream coloured old cast-iron gate.
From Roscrea to Mary
From Roscrea. Take the road toward Kinnitty R421, leaving the town past the railway station, continue on this road out into country as far as Brertons pub.Turn Left stay on R421 and continue, soon you will drive uphill and pass Leap Castle on your right. Continue and take the next left the L4007 signed Birr 10km and Tom Shaw, farm Machinery.
My house is the first two storey house on this road on your left with an iron cream coloured gate.
Find Mary From Dublin/M7:
Continue on R421 out into countryside over the railway bridge and travel for about 7km till you reach Brereton’s pub, Turn left, still marked R421 drive for about 3km uphill passing Leap Castle on your right, 1km farther along this road take next left L4007 toward Birr (sign for Tom Shaw Farm Machinery). My house is on this road just 100 meters from junction with an old iron gate (cream colour) two story house with a brick porch. Unruly plants round the gate.