Carrick-on-Suir Travel guide
Carrick-on-Suir : Michelin's recommendations
Located between Slievenamon (north-west) and the Comeragh foothills (south), this lively town sits on a splendid spot on the tidal River Suir. As the old 15C bridge indicates, Carrick was once the furthest downstream point for crossing the river. The Heritage Centre retraces the area's local history.
Tourist attractions Carrick-on-Suir : Things to see and do
Dove Hill IRL - Carrick-on-Suir
Visitors to this glass making factory can find out about the different stages in the production of handmade crystal glass.
Castle Park IRL - Carrick-on-Suir
Carrick's showpiece is a 15C castle, partly in ruins, and a beautiful Elizabethan manor surrounded by a woodland park. The restored manor was built by Thomas Butler, 10th Earl of Ormond, known as Black Tom. He built the manor to receive his cousin, Q..
Main Street IRL - Carrick-on-Suir
Located in the heart of Ireland’s Golden Vale, The Carraig Hotel is a 2-minute walk to the River Suir. This 18th-century property offers a traditional bar and a fine restaurant. The cosy rooms at The Carraig Hotel feature TVs and free Wi-Fi. They al..