Towns in Tipperary
County Tipperary Hotels
In the heart of Tipperary lies Cahir House Hotel set like a jewel in the heart of the heritage town, Cahir.
It is one of the most well established, renowned hotels in Tipperary offering the old world charm you would expect but complimented with modern amenities such as wireless internet, a health spa and 42 well appointed rooms.
It is one of the finest hotels in Tipperary you will find, representing quality accommodation, excellent food and service and a warm Irish welcome at the door. So if you are searching for accommodation in Tipperary, look no further than Cahir House Hotel.
The Kilcoran Lodge Hotel has the charm of bygone days, including antique
furniture, open fires and the ambiance of warmth, comfort and welcome.
Kilcoran has 22 comfortable en suite bedrooms and Executive Suites, tastefully
furnished to a very high standard.
Our facilities include an Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Steam room, Therapy Room and Fully Equipped Gym.
Dundrum House Hotel
Located in the Golden Vale, this resort is located in the heart of Co Tipperary, 8 miles (13K) from Cashel, steeped in heritage, in one of the most picturesque settings.
The manor house was built in 1730 for the bride of Lord Hawarden, the Earl of Montalt where ancient Irish chieftains, the O'Dwyers of Kilnamanagh once held the land.
At the beginning of the century a religious order bought the property and in 1978, the Crowe family bought the house and adjoining lands that lay along the Multeen.
Abbey Court Hotel
Nestled in the unspoiled greenery of the Shannon region, the Abbey Court Hotel offers style, comfort and elegance.
It has an extensive conference & banqueting facilities, a lively bar & night-club and a new Leisure & Fitness Club, the Abbey Court hotel is the ideal place to stay, whether you are travelling for business or pleasure.
Chief amongst Nenagh's attractions is Nenagh Castle, constructed by the Fitzwalter (also known as Butler) family in the 13th Century, and one of the finest of its kind in Ireland. Also worth a visit is the ruined Franciscan abbey.
Many outdoor sporting activities are also available on the hotel's doorstep, including golf, fishing, boating, sailing, horse-riding and cycling.
Great facilities are on offer, including superior bedrooms, on site Golf, Sentosa Spa and a choice of superb dining and bar options.
Set in the shadow of the Galtee Mountains, the hotel is adjacent to the renowned Tipperary Racecourse, Limerick Junction railway station and the Glen of Aherlow.
Complementing the Ballykisteen Hotel, the golf resort includes a superb 18 hole, 72 par Des Smyth designed championship golf course which was opened in 1993 and was formerly the famous Ballykisteen Stud.
The Bit and Bridle Inn is located on the N24 (Shannon-Rosslare route), just 3km west of Tipperary town.
Tipperary Racecourse, Ballykisteen Golf Course and Limerick Junction railway station are all beside The Bit and Bridle Inn.
The Inn is just 30 minutes drive from the new ring road on the out skirts of Limerick city, that opens up access to the counties of Clare, Limerick, Cork & Kerry.