Things to see and do - Clonmel
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Clonmel Travel guide
Clonmel : Michelin's recommendations
Main town of County Tipperary, Clonmel sits on the north bank of the River Suir, that divides the counties of Tipperary and Waterford at this point. Immediately to the south of the river, the Comeragh Hills create a spectacular backdrop for the numerous historic buildings in the town.
Tourist attractions Clonmel : Things to see and do
Civic Centre - Mick-Delahunty Sq. IRL - Clonmel
The museum details the history of the southern district of County Tipperary, from the Stone Age up to the present day. On display are Roman coins found in Clonmel, the scrap-book showing the Young Irelander's trial, which took place in Clonmel in 184..
Irishtown IRL - Clonmel
The present Anglican church and its unusual octagonal tower were built in the 19C over the remains of a 14C church although there are documents mentioning the existence of a building from the 13C. In the grounds, large sections of the town's walls ca..
Gurtnafleur-Business-Park - Waterford Rd. IRL - Clonmel
This museum takes up two floors of a handsome six-storey factory and contains an exhibition of approximately thirty period cars (veteran cars, built before 1919, and vintage cars, built between 1919 and 1930) and classic cars. There is also memorabil..
Coleville Road IRL - Clonmel
Hotel Minella is an elegantly furnished country house on the banks of the River Suir, close to Clonmel town centre and bordered by the Comeragh Mountains. Hotel Minella and Leisure Centre has individually designed and decorated rooms. The oak-pane..
Parnell Street IRL - Clonmel
In Clonmel’s town centre, Hearns is an 18th-century family-run hotel offering free parking and an adjacent late bar with live music. There is an on-site restaurant, and Clonmel Golf Club is a 5-minute drive away. With classic décor, each room at Hea..
32 Gladstone Street IRL - Clonmel
Fennessy's Hotel is located right in the centre of Clonmel, on the corner of Gladstone Street and Market Place. This family run hotel features individually decorated en suite rooms, all with a TV, a bar, and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Home cooked m..
29 Thomas St IRL - Clonmel
Smartly refurbished mill with bright décor and a pianist on Friday and Saturday nights. Cooking is complex, with lots of ingredients on the plate; the simpler dishes are often the best, and the tasting desserts are well worth a try.