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Located on the outskirts of Thurles town, Anner Hotel and its leisure centre is a pleasant base with friendly staff, fine food and plenty of comforts. Having breakfast included was a bonus. Rooms were spacious-for Ireland- and clean.
In the centre of Thurles town, the 18th-century Hayes Hotel offers an on-site restaurant and coffee bar, as well as a nightclub on weekends, with live music and entertainment. clean and spacious bathroom, delicious breakfast
This beautiful old Georgian house from 1832 has views of the River Suir, and 3.5 acres of gardens at the foot of the Comeragh Mountains. Profesional and goog structure
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 30 km from the property. Astonishing location, quiet and clean, friendly staff, excellent food, lot of beers and whiskey
In a peaceful countryside location, this 4-star hotel offers spacious accommodation and superb facilities, including a leisure centre, spa and golf course. Rooms good size . Breakfast good great selection .
Fennessy's Hotel is located right in the centre of Clonmel, on the corner of Gladstone Street and Market Place. Lovely, helpful staff and really nice aesthetics!
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. Quiet and cozy. Excellent breakfast.
Located 5 minutes' drive from Clonmel, this modern hotel features chic, practical and cosy guest rooms with 4-star hotel facilities. Very nice hotel. Had food in the bar on our first night and it was very tasty.
Seems cliche to recommend a "tourist attraction", but this is truly an experience. Living history from a thousand years ago and imagining life at that time is truly fascinating. And seeing the Ireland countryside on the journey is a bonus.
Enjoy! Take your time and learn the amazing history of this amazing place. It goes back hundreds of years and is talked about throughout Irish history. this is where several Irish kings lived and ruled. Walk around the trail located below the rock and enjoy a different point of view.
What an amazing place. Much more extensive than we had expected. Well curated and well presented. Worth a second and third and maybe a fourth visit when the King Cormac Chapel restorations are completed. This is a vital piece in the jig saw of the history of Ireland.
An absolute must see! Make sure that if your accommodation offers free tickets to the Rock, grab them! They're usually something like 2 adults and 4 kids, so my party (three adults, so we got two vouchers), shared our tickets with a mother and her two kids, so you can save money and help others as well. As a warning, there's a steep incline to the castle, and stairs around the property, with gravel pavement - so those with mobility issues may want to do some research as to accessible areas. Those with breathing issues should be alright, depending on weather. My severe asthma help up well, didn't need my inhaler at all. The air was fresh and clear, though quite crisp on a late October morning. Bring a scarf and some hand warmers.
Wait for one of the frequent guided tours. It's worth it for the Irish history and story-telling in this ancient setting. Don't miss the folk/Easter Uprising/Civil War museum in town for the same reason. Ask questions and you'll learn a lot about history you've heard about (if you are American) but probably not in detail.
Poor signage, unfriendly, unhelpful attendant. We had guest in wheelchairand zero accomodations to help us navigate feasibility of visit. Had voucher for free visit and still wouldnt even allow me to take a photo.
Our visit to the Rock of Cashel was a definite highlight of our trip to Ireland. We got a wonderful guide who sounded and looked a lot like a young Maureen O'Hara who just told us story after story about the castle and its history. Wonderful!!
The Rock of Cashel is restored enough for tours and general safety, but still a ruins. There is a secondary building with some furnishings.