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A very warm Irish welcome awaits at Cashel Town Bed & Breakfast. Situated in the centre of town in a quiet side street, a few minutes walk from the Famous Rock Of Cashel. This delightful B&B offers quality accommodation to all. Breakfast is available and our WiFi is high speed and of course Free.   Read More >>>

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Book Online now for our best rates in 2015. Cashel Town B&B is centrally located just off the main street in Cashel. A very warm Irish welcome awaits at Cashel Town Bed & Breakfast. Situated in the center of town in a quiet side street, just a few minutes walk from the Famous Rock Of Cashel.    Read More >>>



We have seven very comfortable guest bedrooms. Two rooms with queen size beds en-suite, 2 family rooms en-suite and two doubles and a single room which share a bathroom. All rooms are furnished to a high  standard and have colour televisions with cable TV and Free high speed Wifi.    Read More >>>

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A very warm Irish welcome awaits at Cashel Town Bed & Breakfast. Situated in the centre of town in a quiet side street, a few minutes walk from the Famous Rock Of Cashel. This delightful B&B offers quality accommodation to all. Breakfast is available and our WiFi is high speed and of course Free.   Read More >>>

Cashel Bed and Breakfast is ideally located for touring around Tipperary.
There are several Castles and monuments to visit around Tipperary County.
Tipperary has several nature walks and trails to discover especially near Cashel.
Why not spend a few days discovering the natural heritage of Tipperary.
Let us help you to plan your trip to Cashel and the surrounding area.


Why not start your visit to the Cashel Heritage Centre where you can pick up a map and information on Cashel (See an audio visual of Cashel from the 1640’s. Then visit the famous Rock of Cashel (Recently visited by HRM Elizabeth II), Dominic’s Abbey and Hore Abbey. Look out for the Sheela na Gig on the walls of the Rock!Have a relaxing lunch in one of our many great pubs or restaurants and spend the afternoon visiting Cahir Castle (10min drive from Cashel). From the Castle then walk along the river to the Swiss Cottage and see this magnicifant 200 year old cottage belonging to the Butler family.
Fethard is a great place to visit, you can see the first class example of a Walled Town with Tower House. Check out the Sheela na Gig on the walls here also!Fethard is also famous race-horsing country, home to Coolmore Stud and High Chaparral and the Duke of Marmalade. Group visits can be arranged by prior appointment.


Lismore is a great place to go, travelling across the beautiful rugged landscape of the Vee where you may encounter an odd sheep or two, Lismore Castle and Gardens is a great place to visit. Do the Lady Gregory town walk and see the Millennium Garden. Visit the Lismore Heritage Centre and see the Robert Boyles exhibition.

The County Tipperary town of Cashel was included in the itinerary of the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabethqueen-elisabeth-2 and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh to Ireland. The famed Rock of Cashel provided a magnificent backdrop for this historic occasion.
It was the traditional seat of the kings of Munster for several hundred years before the Norman invasion in the 12th century and is said to be where St Patrick converted one of the monarchs in the 5th century.The picturesque complex has a unique atmosphere and features an impressive 12th century round tower, 13th century gothic cathedral and 15th century castle.It was the first visit to the Irish Republic by a reigning British monarch. Queen Elizabeth will be the first British monarch to visit Ireland since her grandfather George V in 1911.
The Queen created another milestone today, becoming the first reigning monarch to visit the imposing site since her forebear Henry II.The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh arrived in a royal helicopter that swooped over the site which was the former ecclesiastical capital of Ireland.When a choir from Cashel Community School began singing the Gaelic blessing, May The Road Rise To Meet You, their voices rose high up into the north transept were they stood.

There are a wide range of activities available to you in the local area including Walking, Cycling, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Historic Tripsgroupsweb1

We have the many wonderful walking trails in Tipperary, through forests, hills and valleys  and along the river Suir. Witness the wonders of nature as you breath in the clean country air.
Tipperary has the Top Ten Walks

  • Golden to the Rock of Cashel  – 10km linear walk along the River Suir ending at the Rock of Cashel. Appreciate the heritage, wildlife and flora all around.
  • Capture the Castle – 2km linear walk from Cahir Castle to the Swiss Cottage. A pleasant wood and riverside walk.
  • Loop the Loop in Ballinacourty – 11km looped walk  from  Christ the King in the Glen of Aherlow follow the waymarked path and take in the breathtaking view of Tiipperary’s Galtee  Mountains. A walkers paradise where there is always a welcome.
  • If you go down to the Woods today.. Glengarry Woods on the southern slopes of the Galtees -2kms
  • Looped walk Red or Green – great for the kids, have a picnic and make a day out of it.
  • Discover the Unknown.. 14km  looped walk at Goatenbridge. Follow the forest paths with fantastic views of the Knockmealdown Mountains.
  • A Hidden Gem  – 5km looped walk at Glenbawn Woods near Clonmel. Take time out to walk the Dun Ui Faolain loop, a hidden gem on the outskirts of Clonmel, beyond Marlfield Village. There are three extremely pleasant 5 km rambles through old woods and along the banks of the River Suir.
  • Butlers & Castles  10km linear walk from the Ormond Castle in Carrick-on-Suir to Kilsheenlan. Relax along the River Suir and use the local bus to bring you back to your accommodation in Carrick-on-Suir.
  • Walk the Walls 2kms – historic Town Trail of Fethard’s medieval walls, built in 1292 and explore its Norman history and Irish culture.
  • Bogs & Butterflies  3kms looped walk. Visit the best bog in Tipperary – the Lough Derg Bhile Loop is rich in biodiversity & a haven for butterflies. Bring a picnic and spend time exploring the flora & fauna.
  • Overlooking Kilcooley  6kms Looped walk Grange-Crag  loop with its Victorian Ice House and Wellington Monument, looks down on Kilcooley Abbey and has views across the whole of Tipperary.

There are many golf clubs in Tippeary for Golfers.  Tee off on fabulously maintained courses and enjoy a relaxing day of golf.
Cashel Golf Complex (par 3). Dundrum House Hotel Golf and Leisure Club. Cahir Golf Club. Tipperary Golf Club. Thurles Golf Club

See Tipperary from your bike. Enjoy the country and see the historic  sites of Tipperary. Spend time meeting the locals, telling them where you’ve been and where your heading.

Tours From Cashel
1. Cashel-Golden-Tipperary-Aherlow-Bansha-Cahir-Cashel.
(42 miles/67km). Glen of Aherlow. Forest Parks.

2. Cashel-Clonmel-Cahir-New Inn-Cashel. (37miles/59km).
Tolling parkland. County Museum, Clonmel.
Museum of Transport –Richmond Hill.
St Patrick’s Well (1.5miles from Clonmel Town centre on Cahir Road.)
River scenery. Marlfield Nature Reserve.

CASHEL RESTAURANTS Cashel boasts many fine restaurants and we cater for all tastes. The lush pastures of the Golden Vale contribute to our delicious dairy produce and our distinctive farmhouse cheeses. We recommend Cafe Hans for high quality food during the day at reasonable prices. We also recommend Chez Hans for fine dining at night. Day time restaurants/ pub food  -Feehans, Mikey Ryans, Ladyswell RestaurantFor coffee/teas and home made cakes we suggest Spearmans Bakery & Tearoom.

Phone: +353 (0)62 62330

Email: info@cashelbandb.com

Address: 6 John Street, Cashel, Co. Tipperary

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