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The Nallen family's pleasant hotel is attractively located in its own grounds, overlooking the River Suir and Clonmel town. When checking in, a friendly tone is established from the outset, with an invitation to guests to help themselves to fruit from a bowl of Con Traa ...
Built in 1720 by John Ryan, one of the few landed Catholic gentlemen in Tipperary, this magnificent Georgian house outside Thurles managed to survive some of the most turbulent periods in Irish history and to remain in the Ryan family for almost 300 years. John and Nora ...
Set in its own gardens high up in the hills, Olive and the late Paddy O’Gorman made their spacious farmhouse into just the kind of place that visitors dream of finding when they come to Ireland. It makes a very comfortable and hospitable base for a relaxed rural b ...
Although the Wall family’s gloriously remote country guesthouse is now a very substantial building, the spirit of the ancestral home around which Hanora’s is built remains a strong presence. This a very special place - equally wonderful for foot-weary walker ...
Formerly the Hibernian Bank, this Georgian building has been restored to its former glory to become The Kilkenny Hibernian Hotel. The nine older rooms at the front are particularly spacious and furnished to a very high standard in keeping with the character of the build ...
Set in 170 acres of mature parklands on the outskirts of Kilkenny city this modern hotel has a 17th century house at its centre, now extended to become a large hotel with a state-of-the-art conference centre and a spa. It is an unusual hotel and has character; a huge ma ...