Trea and Kevin, their two children, 2 donkeys, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 3 hens, and a cockerel live on a small farm in the village of Querrin, which features 10 acres of an emerging native woodland that surrounds an ancient ring fort.
Nearby Querrin shore is a sanctuary for a wide variety of birds including herons, curlews, greenshanks and in Winter, geese, ducks and other winter waders.
There are a number of walks in the area taking in the beautiful country roads and the shoreline. There are a number of beaches close by and Querrin Creek is ideal for rowing, kayaking, fishing, and sailing. Querrin pier also has a popular traditional handball alley.
Querrin is close to Carrigaholt (8 km), Kilkee (7 km) and Kilrush (13 km).
Trea is a Satyananda Yoga teacher and has been teaching in the area for some years. She trained in Galway with Swami Chetanmurti and Swami Shraddhamurti, initiates of Swami Satyananda Saraswati. She is also part of a tight-knit family of Satyananda yoga teachers throughout Ireland.
Kevin has an interest in eco-technology and heritage projects, especially in local and community arenas.
Trea and Kevin renovated their cottage and outbuildings in an eco-friendly and heritage sensitive manner, using breathable lime external render, hemp and lime internal plastering and heat pump technology.