Two Mile Borris is a small village in the townland of Borris in Co. Tipperary. It has a primary school, post office, Catholic church, two pubs and two shops. The approach to the village is dominated by a Norman tower-house.
The townland makes up an area of 23.91 square kilometres and the village is located right at the edge of the Golden Vale and the Bog of Allen. Vale. The Golden Vale is famous among the Irish for being a farmer's paradise, as fertile as it is beautiful.
Two Mile Borris is close to the busy town of Thurles ,home to the G.A.A Museum , Semple Stadium and St. Mary’s Famine and War Museum, with plenty of accommodation to choose from as well as a choice of bars and restaurants, shops, cinema and an arts centre.
The Rock of Cashel located in Cashel in Tipperary is the most visited heritage site in Ireland and is just a short drive from Two Mile Borris Tipperary. This is a spectacular group of medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th century Gothic cathedral, 15th century Castle and the restored Hall of the Vicars Choral.
Holycross is also a short drive from Two Mile Borris Tipperary and is home to Holy Cross Abbey, a magnificently restored Cistercian monastery situated on the River Suir. Situated in the heart of the village, the Abbey is another popular attraction in Co. Tipperary near Two Mile Borris.
Accommodation in the area includes The Castle B&B, Dunboy House B&B and The Horse & Jockey Hotel.