Nenagh Travel guide
Nenagh : Michelin's recommendations
The administrative centre of Tipperary North Riding, Nenagh is located between Lake Dergh and the Silvermine and Arra Mountains. The town was first settled by Anglo-Normans in the 12C. In the 19C, it became an important garrison town. The 13C Franciscan friary, once quite well-known in Ireland, was dissolved in the reign of Elisabeth I and eventually fell into ruin. Today only the church remains.
Tourist attractions Nenagh : Things to see and do
Tickham Street IRL - Nenagh
The centre, which also operates the Tipperary North Genealogical Service, is housed in the former gaol (1842). The gatehouse contains the condemned cells and the execution chamber, with the portraits and biographical notes of the 17 men executed in t..
Kickham St. IRL - Nenagh
The circular keep (30m high), once part of the curtain walls, and a vast 13C hall (restored) are what remains of the fine Anglo-Norman castle, built around 1200.
Dublin Road IRL - Nenagh
Located just off the N7, Abbey Court Hotel features an award-winning restaurant, a modern leisure centre and full Irish breakfasts. Free parking is also available. All of the elegant rooms offer tea and coffee making facilities, a TV and en suite ba..