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In a peaceful countryside location, this 4-star hotel offers spacious accommodations and superb facilities, including a leisure center, spa and golf course. We stayed at this hotel after visiting the Rock of Cashel. The hotel had a great breakfast and nice rooms. The manager was nice enough to squeeze my kids into the pool schedule. We really appreciated that a lot.
Located in Tipperary, 27 mi from Limerick, Ballyglass Country House features a restaurant and free WiFi. A continental breakfast is available each morning at the country house. Great welcoming family. Beautiful old house in nice surrounds. We also had dinner in the little bar on site.
Maid Of Erin Guest house in Tipperary provides adults-only accommodations with a bar and a shared lounge. The accommodations offers luggage storage space and free WiFi throughout the property. Everything. The staff was really friendly, they recommended their sister restaurant Jack Judge Restaurant, I had the special of the day which was the monkfish, the food was excellent as were the staff. My room was really comfortable and exceptionally clean. I will come back on my next visit to Ireland.
BARR AN CHNOIC HOLIDAY LETTINGS is located in Tipperary, between Puckane and Dromineer, and offers free bikes, a garden and barbecue facilities. With lake views, this accommodations features a patio. Absolutely beautiful house, excellent location, close to all amenities. Margaret and Helen are fabulous hosts, we loved our goodies. Thank you
Set in Tipperary in the Tipperary County region, O'Neill's has a garden. The property is 25 mi from Limerick, and complimentary private parking is offered. Well. We arrived to be welcomed by Rita with a welcoming roaring fire warming to house. Quiet location and a quaint white cottage.
Aherlow House Hotel & Lodges is a private escape in the tranquil surroundings of the Gal tee Mountains. The historic Cahir Castle and the Rock of Cashel, are both within 19 mi from the property. Loved the location and the view! The staff were very accommodating. Also loved the outdoor seating and the food at the restaurant was very good. Rooms were immaculate.
Located in Aherlow in the Tipperary County region, Ballinacourty House B&B features accommodations with free private parking. This is a lovely old house set out in the country, has everything you need, good parking, very quiet, excellent staff and modern rooms with excellent linen and decor. It is clearly sign posted so there is no issue finding it. There is no town close by but there is an excellent restaurant attached and it provides well prepared and well served food and is not expensive. We would highly recommend this B&B.
Ballykisteen Hotel was very good (as always) and our visit to the beautiful Glen of Aherlow was terrific. We had a wonderful meal in the Aherlow House Hotel. We were really looking forward to our annual visit to Tipperary Races. However the pandemic has had an adverse affect on the racecourse with restricted access and a big loss in atmosphere. Facilities are greatly reduced and we were disappointed with our visit (for the first time I must add!)
On recommondation from the host we visited The Glen of Aherlow, highly recommended, with its stunning scenery and spectacular views there were also walking trails to avail of for walkers or to just be in touch with Nature, for a spot of lunch we headed to the near by Aherlow House Hotel, having been blessed with amazing sunshine we were able to avail of their outdoor terrace with uninterrupted breathtaking views of the Galtee Mountains
Very nice Hotel. Pool is lovely. Lovely scenery. If you want a beach holiday long distance to any, unfortunately. Food was lovely but found very little selection for gluten free people. Definitely recommend 👌staying there
Tipperary is a beautiful county with lots of old world charm. There are some fine stud farms, farm estates, some dating back hundreds of years. Our National games are much enjoyed and well supported, especially Hurling. The scenery is beautiful also and Tipperary has the famous Rock of Cashel. There are more castles, old churches, babies, and monasteries to be viewed Tipperary men and women took an active part in the fight for Independence and in the Civil War that followed and the formal is well documented around the country, with monuments to famous local people to be seen near spots where hostilities took place. There are some fine hotels and B&B's and the County Tipperary is well signposted. The solo traveller can enjoy as well as those travelling with others
Tipperary town is not ideal for people who want to party or are interested in any sort of entertainment its more of a quick stop sort of town. As for around the county or tipperary there are lots of nice things to see like the cashel castle and cahir castle.
Beautiful walks everywhere and some really cute places to eat and drink. I haven't travelled to Tipperary before but I'll definitely make an effort to come back soon and spend more time. It's easy to get around, but you will need a car.
We stayed at this hotel after visiting the Rock of Cashel. The hotel had a great breakfast and nice rooms. The manager was nice enough to squeeze my kids into the pool schedule. We really appreciated that a lot.
Great welcoming family. Beautiful old house in nice surrounds. We also had dinner in the little bar on site.