Location:    Rock House

                   Cashel, County Tipperary

Contact:     Tom and Brid O’Brien

Telephone:  353  (0) 62 61003

Web site:     www.cashel-lodge.com

Email:          info@cashel-lodge.com


Twin Room (two single beds)

Double Room (full bed and a single bed)

Triple Room (three single beds)

Family Four Bed Room

Dorm Bed

All rooms have a private bathroom


Electricity Available

Camping Kitchen Available

Free Showers

Picnic area


Open Times:  year-round


- Cashel Lodge is a charming stone

  building that is almost 200 years old.

  It has been lovingly renovated to the

  highest of standards.

-Cashel Lodge has a perfect

unobstructed view of the Rock of

Cashel and it is adjacent to the

ancient Hoare (or Hore) Abbey.

-set in a large, beautiful garden

-all rooms ensuite  (private bathroom)

-set in the midst of a working farm

-drying room in barn

-modern kitchen

-welcoming atmosphere

-peaceful surroundings

-local information gladly provided

-wood burning stove in common room

-camping available with camping kitchen

-playground area with swings, trampoline

-picnic area

-full-service laundry available

-breakfast (which incorporates local

produce) available upon request

-Internet access

-accepts credit cards

-ample parking available

Things To Do:

-Cashel Lodge is centrally located

should you wish to explore the

midlands and the south of

Ireland.  It is positioned at a

half-way point between Dublin

and Cork.

Visit the following local sites:

-visit the Rock of Cashel

-visit Althassel Abbey

-visit Bru Boru Heritage Center

to enjoy an evening of traditional

music and dancing

-visit Mitchelstown Cave

-attend a performance at The

Source Arts Centre in Thurles

-fishing in the River Suir

-horseback riding can be arranged

in the area

-home of several well-known gourmet


-golf course nearby

-attend the races at the Clonmel

Racecourse (seasonal)

-visit Holy Cross Abbey

--enjoy hill walking on the local

mountains or the several trails

found in the area.  Maps

available. Visit some of the many forests

and parks in the area including

Bansha Wood, Marle Bog

Development, Glengarra Wood,

Kilballyboy Wood, and the

-visit Cahir Castle

-several pubs, shops, and

restaurants within walking distance

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