The Wolseley Vintage Car Run will bring 55 vintage cars to Tinahely Farm Shop on Friday, September 15th. This is a rare treat for those who love vintage cars.
Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
Coast to Coast Bikers will have a Motor Bike breakfast in the Tinahely Farm Restaurant on Sunday, August 6th. We're always delighted to welcome these bikers to Tinahely Farm, and welcome visits from other motor cycle clubs who would like…
August Bank Holiday is a very busy day in Tinahely.
Founded over eighty years ago the Tinahely Agricultural Show is one of the longest running agricultural shows in Ireland and is a must on everyone’s social calendar for August Bank Holiday.…
Sunday Independent - 23 July 2017
Rachel Allen wrote a delightful short piece about us in the Sunday Independent last week. If you ever come to Wicklow do come and see us too!
Hidden Treasures of Ireland
This is what this weekend's Irish Times says about Tinahely, the wonderful Tomnafinnoge Woods and our pride and joy, Tinahely Farm Shop!
Tinahely, Co Wicklow is a beautifully preserved village that offers a surprisingly rich day out. Children…
We had a wonderful summer with lots of activities and animals being born, it was a busy few months on the Farm!
We are now all set for Christmas. This year we had Mrs. Claus and Trixie and their friends here…
We are now catering for children's birthday parties.
Rebecca will happily cater for your requirements, including drinks, pizza and chips, crisps - whatever you would like, and leave you free to enjoy the day with your child.
Cost - €10.00 per child…
Accommodation now available in The wooden House
Beside the peaceful & tranquil village of Tinahely
€70.00 for the night
Great breakfast available in our Restaurant[
Booking essential: Contact Philip on 087-8168457.
We are delighted to announce that the video of Francis and John Brennan to our Farm Shop, as part of the "At Your Service" series on RTE, has been viewed by more than 2,000 visitors.
If you would like to view…
This delightful picture was taken by Stuart Smith while on holidays here in Ireland from Australia. Stuart published this on Panoramio.
Old Morris Commercial