Greens Berry Farm Tinnock Farm Shop
Our Review of Greens Berry Farm Tinnock Farm Shop
Greens Berry Farm Shop at Tinnock is one of Ireland’s best examples of Farm Gate Sales. It’s a huge and very busy Farm Gate Stall at the entrance to the farm. Take exit 22 from the M11 and follow signs for Gorey. No food miles here. Freshly picked berries travel a few hundred metres from production to sale. You cannot buy fresher soft fruit. The taste is amazing and sheer quality unsurpassed.
Fresh strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries and new potatoes fill the shelves. This includes a fabulous range of preserves produced on the farm.
Friendly staff and ample car parking add to a fantastic experience.
Late May to Early October (7 days) 9.00 to 18.00
Greens Berry Farm Shop Stall
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