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Sunrise Inn, Birr, Co. Offaly

Tullamore Road
Co. Offaly

Tel: +353 (0) 57 912 0345
Proprietor: John O'Halloran

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About Us

Established in 1826 the Sunrise Inn is situated in the quiet town of Birr in Co. Offaly - at the traffic lights when approaching Birr from Tullamore. The Sunrise Inn is no stranger to feeding hungry travellers and is now, under the management of John O'Halloran and his family, more committed than ever to serving great food and drink at affordable prices. You are always assured of a warm welcome from this traditional pub that retained its charm and comfort after a recent renovation. This was upheld when Sunday World Pub Spy paid a visit and gave a very good report.




The Sunrise Inn is the perfect place to unwind and relax in comfort and experience a delightful food menu that caters for all tastes. We open at 10.00am for breakfast and continue to serve breakfast all day to meet our customers' needs. We have a carvery lunch that offers the best value around and at night we have our superb and popular a la carte menu - couple this with a selection of wines or choose from the full bar. The food served is traditional, home made and substantial and all our meats and vegetables are produced locally with daily deliveries to ensure freshness.

Local Attractions

Birr is an old Georgian Town and it is one of the two "Planned Towns" in Ireland - the other being Westport. Well worth a visit is Birr Castle and the oldest Telescope worldwide which is under renovation at the present.

We also have Birr Theatre and Arts Centre.


Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Pub Quiz
  • Restaurant
  • Sport


  • Baby-changing Facilities
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • High Chairs
  • Open Fire
  • Wheelchair Access


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