Cashel, Co. Tipperary

Cashel (Irish: Caiseal Mumhan, meaning Stone Fortress of Munster) is a town in County Tipperary.
Cashel is particularly renowned for the Rock of Cashel, a site hosting a ruined church and fortifications, formerly the seat of the Irish kings of Munster.

King Cormac built his superb Royal Chapel in the 12th century and it is now one of the remarkable buildings to be seen on the Rock. Nearby were Cistercian, Dominican and Franciscan abbeys, two of which may still be viewed.

A visit to Cashel must include the town to experience and understand the historical reationship between the Rock and the town. Cashel City Hall will be your first port of call wherein you can turn the key to the rich heritage in Cashel such as the archaeology, fine architecture, fascinating history and folklore of this remarkable town. The Heritage Centre, located on Main Street, Cashel, will provide the visitor with a series of changing exhibitions, and a model of Cashel in 1640's. A unique collection from the house of the MacCarthy Mor is a rare gem in this centre.

Gardens

Killurney Garden - Clonmel County Tipperary Ireland
Killurney Garden
Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
A serene 1880 farmhouse with views south to the Comeraghs, a crystal stream flowing from Slieve Namon and the ruins of a 16th century church are some of the blessings of Killurney Garden. Complement them with imaginative design and the knowledge ...

Golf

There is no featured golf course in the area

Self Catering

Selfcatering
Kilmaneen Farmhouse & Cottage
Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
As neat as a new pin, Kevin & Ber O'Donnell's delightfully situated farmhouse and cottage is on an ex-dairy farm, surrounded by three mountain ranges - the Comeraghs, the Knockmealdowns and the Galtees - and close to the rivers Suir and Tar, ...

What's On

Cahir Farmers Market - County Tipperary - Saturdays
Cahir Farmers Market

Beside Craft Granary, on Church Street, Cahir, County Tipperary

Saturdays: 9am - 1pm

All produce sold at the market, except for on the fish sta ...

Tourist Attractions

Famine Warhouse - Ballingarry County Tipperary Ireland
Famine Warhouse
Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary
During the Great Famine the Warhouse was a key location in the 1848 Rebellion when rebels under the leadership of the Protestant aristocrat, William Smith O?Brien, M.P. pursued and besieged 47 police who barricaded themselves into the McCormack f ...

Wedding Venues

Inch House Country House - Wedding Venue - Thurles County Tipperary Ireland
Inch House Country House
Thurles, Co. Tipperary
John and Norah Egan, who farm the surrounding 250 acres, took over this magnificent 1720 house in a state of dereliction in 1985 and then restored it to the handsome, comfortably furnished period house, with the correct Georgian decor, which gues ...
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