Things to see and do - Tipperary
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Tipperary Travel guide
Tipperary : Michelin's recommendations
Tipperary is a pleasant country town on the River Ara in the Golden Vale, Ireland's prime dairying country. A feudal motte and a wall built by the Normans are still visible on the north-west side of the town. The ultramodern sports complex is rather striking, in this historic town trying to preserve its traditional shop fronts. It's a long way to Tipperary, the famous First World War marching song, has immortalised the town's name.
Tourist attractions Tipperary : Things to see and do
R 660 IRL - Cashel
Cornac chapel is a Romanesque building, richly decorated (including some of the earliest known frescoes in Ireland), comprising a nave and a chancel and flanked by twin towers. Nearly every stone inside the chapel is decorated with carvings. The Sout..
Rock of Cashel IRL - Cashel
The jewel of Cashel was built between 1127 and 1134 by Cormac MacCarthy. In elaborate Romanesque style, it is flanked by two towers. Inside is one of Ireland's oldest wall paintings. Each stone here is embellished by sculpture, the finest of the peri..
Castle Str. IRL - An Chathair
This restored castle stands on a strategic riverside site where Brian Ború (926-1014), high king of Ireland, established his residence. Construction began in the 13C, either by the Worcester Family or the Bermingham Family. It was extended in the ear..
Ballykisteen, IRL - Limerick Junction .
In a peaceful countryside location, this 4-star hotel offers spacious accommodation and superb facilities, including a leisure centre, spa and golf course. With great access to the region’s major road network, the hotel is on the N24, the main Limer..
The Square IRL - Cahir
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Cahir House Hotel is on the town square, by the River Suir. It has a traditional bar, a bistro and a beauty salon, and offers free Wi-Fi in public areas. Cahir House Hotel overlooks the 13th-century Cahir Castle. A woodland walk behind the hotel wil..
Baileys Hotel is a listed Georgian building located in the heart of Cashel town. It offers luxurious, refurbished rooms, fine dining, and views of The Rock of Cashel. With free parking, it is just 1.5km from junction 9 off the M8 motorway. The elega..
42 Main St IRL - Caiseal / Cashel
Rockside, Moor Ln. IRL - Caiseal
Imposing former Synod Hall built in 1861, with stained glass lancet windows and vast, high-ceilinged inner. Carefully prepared and creatively presented dishes rely on local produce.
Main St IRL - Caiseal
Rockside, Moore Lane St IRL - Caiseal
Just down the road from The Rock of Cashel, a vibrant, popular eatery set next to big sister 'Chez Hans' and run by the same family. Closely set tables and art-covered walls. Tasty, unfussy dishes crafted from local ingredients. Arrive early as you c..
Mount Anglesby IRL - Clogheen
A substantial former convent on the edge of the village, featuring some delightful stained glass windows - dine in the vast, candlelit former chapel. Set 8 course daily menu with some unusual flavours combinations. Smart. comfortable bedrooms have go..