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The Four Star Anner Hotel, Located on the outskirts of Thurles, set on private grounds with beautifully manicured gardens. Midway between the cities of Cork & Dublin and is only 1.5hours from all major citiesThe Hotel boast 93 bedrooms all tastefully decorated in restful tones, extensive conference facilities are available, as well as Private Dining, Conference and Banqueting Suites, Eds Bar and Bistro , Seasons Restaurant, State of the Art Leisure Centre and our beautifully appointed Wedding Banqueting SuiteOriginally a country house, the hotel has expanded to include modern amenities whilst still holding on to its old world charm & character, thus creating a Welcoming & Friendly atmosphere
Address: Dublin Road, Thurles, Co. Tipperary
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1.87km to City/Town Centre
4 Star Clonmel Park Conference, Leisure & Spa Hotel.Ideally located off the main Dublin to Cork road M8, 5 minutes from Clonmel town and a short stroll from the convenient retail park and shops.45 minutes drive from Waterford & Kilkenny & a little over 2 hours from Dublin.Clonmel Park offers 99 beautifully appointed guestrooms and all you would expect from a modern hotel. Whether here on business in the luxury boardrooms or a larger conference for up to 500 people or simply a break away we have lots for you to enjoy.
Address: Cahir Road, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
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0.5km to City/Town Centre
Great National Abbey Court Hotel, Lodges & Trinity Leisure SpaThe Great National Abbey Court Hotel, Lodges & Trinity Leisure Spa is a family owned business, set within its own mature gardens on a five acre site on the edge of the historic, centrally located town of Nenagh. We are the mid-west of Ireland's leading superior 3 star hotel with 4 star self-catering lodges, easily accessed just off the main M7 Dublin to Limerick Road, 90 minutes from Dublin, 45 minutes from Shannon and 25 minutes from Limerick.Nenagh is famed for its historic Heritage Centre, Franciscan Abbey, Friary Castle, Arts Centre, Local Crafts & Fresh Produce Markets, Woolen Mill, Award Winning Eateries and its stunning selection of Boutique Shops for both Men & Women. Only a few minutes away is the breath taking scenery of both the Arra and Silvermines Mountains with easily accessible viewing points and the popular waters of Lough Derg with its ample facilities such as boating, cruising, sailing, fishing and outdoor adventure centre. Other activities in the area include walking, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, hunting, horse racing, greyhound racing, horse riding, golf and pitch and putt. From conferencing to a leisure break, family stay, wedding or other events, valued guests can enjoy superb facilities combined with a great base and the highest level of comfort and service.Our guestrooms are spacious, airy and elegant. Each room is ensuite, offering all modern facilities required by both business & leisure guests. We offer an array of tempting Irish & European inspired dishes paired with delicious wines. Guests can enjoy dining in the formal yet relaxing Abbots Steakhouse Restaurant or the more informal Abbots Bar. Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Snacks, Afternoon Tea, Evening Table D'H00f4te and 00c0 La Carte Menus available.The Hotel is the ideal venue for your next conference, event or function. Catering and banqueting for weddings, celebrations, funerals or functions up to 330 guests and conferences for up to 450 delegates. All corporates catered for from meetings to team building exercises. We have 12 conferencing suites from 2- 450 capacity with a dedicated team to ensure that your event is successful and every detail is carried out to plan.We have been specialising in weddings for nearly 20 years. Our Baronial Hall takes up to 330 seated guests. Our dedicated wedding team are on hand to guide you through the whole process of organising your special day. Packages can be tailored to meet your specific requirements with special accommodation rates available.Enjoy a leisurely swim or a vigorous workout in the Trinity Leisure Spa. With a 20m swimming pool, children's pool, largest hydrotherapy spa pool in Ireland, sauna, steam room & an extensively equipped gym, the leisure spa offers guests & members great facilities whatever their fitness level or workout requirements. Within the hotel is a Kiddies Club and Drop in Creche which may also come in handy.After all that exertion, treat yourself in our onsite beauty spa with a variety of treatments where you can indulge yourself and retreat from the demands of the day or try out a 'new hair do' in our hairdressing salon. We have 24 modern spacious lodges, located in the grounds of the Great National Abbey Court Hotel & Trinity Leisure Spa offering either 3, 5 or 8 bedrooms. These are available for short or long-term rental. Each luxurious lodge is designed to give a special living space, airy and bright, yet warm and comfortable. A home away from home. Furnished to a 4 star standard & fully equipped with all modern conveniences, guests can enjoy a separate lounge, kitchen/diner, downstairs bathroom, main bathroom and modern bedrooms with majority of them being ensuite. Dine or relax outdoors in the enclosed wooden-decked rear garden complete with garden furniture.Contact details:Great National Abbey Court Hotel, Lodges & Trinity Leisure SpaDublin Road, Nenagh, Co. TipperaryTel: 067 41111 ex 2Fax: 067 41022 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.abbeycourt.ie FB: abbeycourthotelnenagh
Address: Dublin Rd, Nenagh, Co.Tipperary, Ireland, E45 KA99
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2.65km to City/Town Centre
Set in the shadow of the Galtee Mountains, this hotel in Tipperary is adjacent to the renowned Tipperary Racecourse, Limerick Junction railway station and the Glen of Aherlow making Ballykisteen Hotel & Golf Resort is a perfect 4* Tipperary conference hotel and wedding venue. Situated in a picturesque location coupled with a contemporary finish a visit at 'Ballykisteen Hotel & Golf Resort', is a truly memorable experience and a popular choice of venue for any weddings in Tipperary. This hotel in Tipperary is just a half hour drive or short train journey from Limerick City, the ideal location for meetings and conferences with reputation as one of the finest Tipperary conference hotels, a great Tipperary golf resort with a modern spa Serenity Day Spa or a base for walking and other activities. Choose from self catering Tipperary or hotel accommodation in our: * Two bedroom lodges overlooking the golf resort * Contemporary 4* hotel guest rooms with a touch of class
Address: Limerick Junction, Co. Tipperary
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1.89km to City/Town Centre
Hotel Minella is nestled between the Comeragh Mountains and the River Suir in Clonmel Co. Tipperary. The original Georgian house was built by the Malcomsoms in 1863, and the Minella was opened as a hotel by Mr & Mrs Jack Nallen in 1963. Celebrating Situated on the River Suir, in beautiful tranquil surroundings, the hotel is only a 5 minute drive from the town centre. The Minella has seen much change over the years, including upto date technology, and the addition of the award winning leisure facilities at Club Minella. Minella offers a choice of 90 Classic and Contemporary bedrooms, including 4 superior suites with balconies, two of which have private outdoor hot tubs. The restaurant is inviting and cosy and is renowned for its excellent quality food and warm personal service. Minella can host a wide range of events, including weddings, corporate meetings, conferences and private dining. For a longer stay why not try our modern comfortable 2 bedroom apartments 'The Courtyard'
Address: Coleville Road, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
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Things to See & Do
- The Swiss Cottage
- Cahir Castle
- Rock of Cashel
- Clonmel Racecourse
- Tipperary Racecourse
- Thurles Racecourse
- Port of Larne
- Port of Cork
The Swiss Cottage
Rock of Cashel
Things to Do
Rock of Cashel: One of the most iconic, photographed and visited sites in Ireland, the Rock of Cashel is a remarkable collection of medieval religious buildings set on a limestone outcrop in the town of Cashel. Once the home to the ancient kings of Munster, the spectacular ruins are in very good condition and include a 12th century round tower, high cross, 13th century Gothic cathedral, and a 15th century castle. There is also a beautiful Romanesque chapel, Cormac’s Chapel, dating from the 12th century. Inside are a number of unique frescoes which are being painstakingly restored by conservators.
Glen of Aherlow: The Glen of Aherlow is a lush valley where the River Aherlow runs between the Galtee Mountains and the wooded hill of Slievenamuck. Historically this glen was an important pass for travellers going between Limerick and Tipperary. Today visitors still travel through here, but this time it is to enjoy the beautiful scenery and take part in the many activities on offer. Walking, cycling, and fishing are all available here, as well as golfing and horse-riding.
Holy Cross Abbey: Holycross Abbey is one of the eccliastical jewels of Ireland, and a visit here will show you why. This Cistercian monastery takes its name from a relic of the True Cross or Holy Rood, a fragment of which was brought to Ireland by Queen Isabella of Angoulême in the 13th century. Left in ruins after the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII, the abbey was lovingly restored in the 1970s and was reopened as a peaceful enclosure for contemplation and discovery.
Cahir Castle: This medieval castle of the powerful Butler family dominates the area around the town of Cahir in the south of the county. Built in the 13th century, the stronghold retains its impressive keep, tower and much of its original defensive structure. The castle was besieged twice during the Irish Confederate Wars and was left in ruin by the 18th century, but today much of it has been restored and guided tours and audio-visual displays are available on site.
Swiss Cottage: This delightful "cottage orné" is an almost unique piece of Regency architecture. Built in the early 19th century by Richard Butler, 1st Earl of Glengall, this ornamental cottage appears to be at one with nature. The cottage contains a distinctive thatched roof and the external woodwork resembles branched trees. The theme of nature continues inside with unusual features like a graceful spiral staircase and some elegantly decorated rooms. Neglected for many years, the cottage is now beautifully restored and guided tours are available.
Mitchelstown Caves: Situated midway between Cahir and Mitchelstown, this vast network of underground passages and caverns is a hidden gem in south Tipperary. Discovered in 1833 by quarrymen, this vast network of passages and caverns. In order to protect the caves natural state guided tours were quickly organised. Tours are provided by local friendly guides who show you the wonders of the caves including three massive caverns and one of Europe’s finest columns, the Tower of Babel, which stands some 9m in height.
Fethard: Not far from Clonmel is the medieval walled town of Fethard. The town was founded by the Normans and is remarkable for having been heavily fortified and completely surrounded by town walls, which rise to a height of 7.6 metres and can still be seen today. Most of the circuit survives, making Fethard the most complete medieval circuit in Ireland. Other highlights include the town hall the Holy Trinity Church, one of Ireland’s finest parish churches and, at 800 years old, one of its oldest. The town is also internationally known in the thoroughbred horse racing industry as the home of Coolmore Stud.
Roscrea Castle: Located in the town of Roscrea in north Tipperary, this historical site features the perfect combination of medieval and Georgian architecture. The beautiful 13th century castle consists of a gate tower, curtain walls and two corner towers. The castle rooms are furnished and houses exhibitions on the history of the castle and the area. Alongside the castle is Damer House, a striking example of pre-Palladian architecture. Within the complex there is also a restored mill displaying the original St. Cronan's high cross and pillar stone.