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The Kilcoran Lodge Hotel has stunning views over the Golden Vale and the Knockmealdown Mountains. It offers an indoor pool and spa bath, a restaurant, and rooms with free Wi-Fi. As always the staff were fantastic. From the minute you come in the door you are greeted with a smile. The food was always fantastic
Providing garden views, Annaswood B&B in Cahir provides accommodations, a shared lounge, a garden and a terrace. Both WiFi and private parking are available at the bed and breakfast free of charge. The breakfast was delicious in a beautiful dining room with an amazing view. Our host was very friendly and provided helpful information on what to see in the area.
Located just 4.3 mi from Cahir Castle, Deerbrook House B&B provides accommodations in Cahir with access to a shared lounge, a garden, as well as room service. The family who lives here is so sweet. The father was super friendly when we met him and the daughters did an oustanding job making breakfast the following day. Beds were comfy and the bathroom was nice and clean.
Offering mountain views, Motorwaylodge Kilcoran Cahir E21RK60 is a family-run guest house located just off junction 11 for Cahir of the M8 motorway, 2.2 mi from Cahir Castle. Enjoyed my stay here.. The hosts made me feel very welcome.. Very comfortable sleep and breakfast was delicious. Lovely peaceful location.
Cahir is a small heritage town in County Tipperary. It straddles the River Suir and is adorned by the Butlers' magnificent castle, which alone is enough to justify a visit to this quiet corner of Ireland. There are excellent walks along the Suir, and the Tipperary Heritage Way passes through the town. There are plenty of coffeeshops - I recommend The Lazy Bean on the main square - several restaurants, and a few supermarkets. On the outskirts of the town is Cahir Golf Club, and down the Suir is the famous Swiss Cottage (closed in winter). Walking is the best way to get around.
We liked the view of the castle from our bedroom window and the mountains. We loved the walk to Swiss Cottage with views of the river. The shops and church were very handy. I was able to pay the toll on the M 50 at the shop across the road.
We only stayed there one night and found parking easy even on a packed bank holiday. There was a bank with a cash machine and restaurant and pubs to chose from. It is easily accessible to and from the M8.
We really enjoyed Cahir. We stopped at the Mitchelstown Cave to marvel at the caverns before heading into the town proper. Our host Margaret at Hollymount House was wonderful and gave us the excellent recommendation to eat at The Lava Rock which was fantastic. We had the Sunday Early Bird and it was a really good value for a truly exceptional meal of a starter, entree and dessert. The Castle is a really fun experience with multiple buildings and exhibits open to the public. Just remember that parking is free in the town lot on Sundays; we spent too much time trying to figure out how to pay when we parked there.
I love the area - so much to see and do: Cahir Castle, the sculpture garden near the castle, Cahir Park & Recreation Area, and Glengarra Forest (stunning!). I would have like an extra day there to explore The Craft Granary shops - I was there on a bank holiday and most of the shops in Cahir were closed.
Great castle. We visited the Mitchelstown Caves which were well worth a visit although the steps at the entrance were a little tough on the knees. The Swiss Cottage is also a lovely tourist attraction and is an easy walk from the hotel. There are plenty of places to eat and drink and live music in several of the towns bars. Good place for fishing and golf. We didn't fish or play golf and had a very pleasant two days there.
As always the staff were fantastic. From the minute you come in the door you are greeted with a smile. The food was always fantastic
It felt very authentic and old Irish