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Nenagh, County Tipperary

nenagh-1-6509559nenagh-1-6509559nenagh-2-6620557nenagh-3-5589913nenagh-4-9245467 Nenagh, a county town of North Tipperary, is a civil parish in the historical barony of Ormond Lower. Apart from being the administrative centre of North Tipperary, the town is also an Ecclesiastical parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. Situated on the banks of the Nenagh River, the town is a popular centre for sailing and other water sports. In Irish, the name of the town denotes ‘The Fair of Ormond’, which refers to the Ormond (East Munster) Fair organised at the site. Originally a market town, Nenagh has come a long way by becoming a busy commercial town today.

Prior to the Norman invasion of Ireland, the town was the traditional territory of the O’Kennedy’s. King John of England included the town in the grant made to Theobald, who was appointed ‘Chief Butler of Ireland’. Throughout the mediaeval period, the importance of the town was largely attributed to it being a local market. In 1838, the growth and development of the town was accelerated with the division of geographical county of Tipperary into two ridings.

The market town continued to provide services to the agricultural hinterland in the 19th century. However, with Nenagh becoming the administrative capital of the North Riding, brewing, corn processing, coach building, iron works and cottage industries started flourishing in the town. In 1914, Nenagh Co-operative Creamery was instituted. At present, Nenagh Town Council, a nine member administrative body, governs the town.

Nenagh Castle, constructed by the Butler clan in the 13th century, is a prominent landmark of the town. The castle contains 30 metres high circular keep and a base of 16 metres. The iconic status of the keep led to it being featured on the logos of many local clubs and businesses, including Nenagh Town Council. The ancient town also boasts Nenagh Arts Centre which was constructed in 1895. Designed by the Town Engineer Robert Gill, the building features a theatre and multi-purpose exhibition space. Nenagh Courthouse, built in 1843, is another popular attraction of the town.

This town is also home to a neo-gothic church, St. Mary’s of the Rosary Catholic Church, which was built in 1895. Designed by architect Walter G Doolin, the church was constructed using Lahorna stone and Portroe slate. Besides, the town captures hearts with its beautiful ruins of Franciscan Friary. Built in 1212, it was proclaimed as one of the richest religious houses in Ireland, for containing the Annals of Nenagh. Another place that is associated with the town is the Silvermine Mountain, whose highest peak is the Keeper Hill, having an elevation of 694 metres above sea level.

Sports enthusiasts can relish golfing at the Nenagh Golf Club, which is counted amongst the finest parkland courses in Ireland. The superb championship course sits majestically amidst the sand based hills of Beechwood, 3 miles north of Nenagh town. From the golf course, tourists can catch views of the spectacular Tipperary countryside, stretching from the Silvermines and Arra mountains across to the Lough Derg.

Situated on the R445 Regional Road, Nenagh is linked with the cities of Limerick and Dublin via the M7 bypass. The town is also connected with Birr through the N52 National Secondary Route. Besides, the Nenagh railway station is located on the Limerick to Ballybrophy line, which aids commuters in travelling to Dublin, Cork and Tralee from Nenagh.

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Crossogue Equestrian Centre, County Tipperary

crossogue-equestrian-centre-0-6624650crossogue-equestrian-centre-0-6624650crossogue-equestrian-centre-1-8387950crossogue-equestrian-centre-5-4532034crossogue-equestrian-centre-9-4778365 Crossogue Equestrian Centre is taken care of Molloy family, which has been involved with the horses for five generations. Visitors can stay at the 19th century Georgian Crossogue House and enjoy the unique horse riding experience. On the basis of requirements, there are facilities for adult guests, families and unaccompanied teenage guests. Travellers can choose the horse of their choice and avail coaching sessions from the experienced trainers.

Apart from the equestrian experience, one can enjoy tennis, badminton, croquet and routes for runs or walks throughout the farm. In addition to these, there are host of facilities available for golf, swimming, fishing and horse racing.

Facilities: Tea on arrival, morning ride, lunch, afternoon ride

Transport services such as coach, taxi and train are also provided

Admission Charge: €120 Day visit

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Carrick-on-Suir is a thriving town located in the south-east of Ireland in County Tipperary. The medieval town is surrou…read on
Cahir
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Cahir Park Golf Club
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Thurles, County Tipperary

thurles-1-3930111thurles-1-3930111thurles-2-9667293 Thurles is a town of Ireland, which forms an integral part of the administrative county of North Tipperary. This vibrant and prosperous town is a civil parish in the historical barony of Eliogarty. In addition to being the site of the diocesan cathedral, Thurles is also an Ecclesiatical parish in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly.

After Nenagh, Thurles is the second largest town in North Tipperary. The name of the town is derived from the Irish word ‘Dúrlas Éile’, which denotes ‘the strong fort of Éile’. The Dúrlas Éile UÍ Fhogartaigh, from which it derives its name, was the fort of the O’Fogarty’s. The fort was built to commemorate the O’Fogarty stronghold on the regions of Templemore and Devils Bit. Thurles owes much of its early development to the Norman family of Butler.

Pre-historic inhabitants, called the Eli, bestowed the ancient territory with its name. The Cathedral town, Thurles, is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Suir Valley. Silvermines Mountains border the town towards the north-west, while the Slieveardagh Hills surrounds it in the south-east.

The beautiful Thurles Cathedral is testimony of the rich historical heritage of the town. Dr Patrick Leahy, archbishop of Cashel and Emly, was instrumental in the construction of this impressive Italianate Romanesque building. Reckoned as the Cathedral of the Assumption, it stands on the site of earlier chapels in the centre of the town. The alluring structure is adorned with a magnificent altar, a rose window and a free-standing baptistery.

Croke Memorial, the bronze life-sized monument, is another attraction of the town, which never fails to capture attention of visitors. Commissioned in the memory of Dr. Thomas Croke, archbishop of Cashel and Emly, the memorial was sculpted by F. Doyle Jones. The alluring architecture of the St. Mary’s Famine Church is largely attributed to its beautiful spire. Erected in 1820, the church stands on the site of the first Anglo-Norman parish church built at the end of the 12th century. Apart from being designated as a place of worship by the local Church of Ireland community, the church is also home to the Famine and War museums.

Farney Castle is the only Round Tower in Ireland, which is occupied as a family home. The castle boasts a fascinating structure, which was built in 1495 by Thomas Butler, the 7th Earl of Ormond. Strategically located, the castle served to boost the defensive system of the Butlers to protect the land in Tipperary.

Excellent day and night time entertainment options make Thurles a prominent socialising destination. Sports enthusiasts enjoy their visit to the Lar Na Pairce Visitor Centre, which is designed and equipped to tell the story of Gaelic Games from earliest times up to the present day. The exciting visitor centre entices the enthusiasts wishing to learn and experience Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie and Handball.

The town is also home to the Thurles Sarsfields, a local hurling club. This honoured and decorated club is reputed to have produced some of the finest hurlers in the country like Mickey Byrne and Jimmy Doyle. Thurles Golf Club has made a significant contribution to the golfing chronicles of Ireland. It is reputed to be one of the best parkland golf courses in Ireland. Besides, historic monuments, entertainment, sports and much more are present in the beautiful town of Thurles.

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Nenagh
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Clonmel
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Carrick-on-suir
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Mitchelstown Cave, County Tipperary

mitchelstown-cave-0-8303458mitchelstown-cave-0-8303458mitchelstown-cave-1-7624982mitchelstown-cave-2-1643750mitchelstown-cave-3-4651253mitchelstown-cave-4-1343944 The magnificent Mitchelstown Cave in Ireland is one of the finest examples of the natural wonders of the planet. This famous show cave attracts tourist and visitors from all around the world who enjoy this half a mile long visual treat. The brilliance of the three huge caverns displayed by the natural drip stone formations, calcite columns, stalagmites and stalactites overwhelms the onlooker with a mix of excitement and awe.

As one of the best limestone caves in Europe, a visitor will regret if he or she misses out the opportunity to see the impressive views at Mitchelstown Cave. This 16 km long and 5 km wide cave was discovered accidentally by a local, Michael Condon, while searching for his lost crowbar. The entrance found by him is used even till today to access this wondrous cave. The depth of the cave might be a mere 1 km but the amazing stalactite and stalagmite formations make this place worth a visit. The 10 meters tall Tower of Babel must be seen if one wants to truly witness the special aesthetic gifts of creation bestowed by nature on mankind. Not only adults, but also children enjoy visiting this spectacular show cave.

  • Opening Hours: Open throughout the year
  • April to September: 10am – 5:30pm
  • October to March: 10am – closing time will vary
  • Admission: Minimum of two adults required for guided tour
  • Adult: €7
  • Child: €2 (up to 12 years old)

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Clonmel
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Carrick-on-suir
Carrick-on-Suir is a thriving town located in the south-east of Ireland in County Tipperary. The medieval town is surrou…read on
Cahir
Cahir, County Tipperary is a small heritage town that falls under the barony of Iffa and Offa West, and famous for the C…read on

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Cahir Park Golf Club
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Killmacomma Garden
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Mitchelstown Cave
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Roscrea, County Tipperary

roscrea-0-8219293roscrea-0-8219293roscrea-2-3008678roscrea-3-1698871roscrea-4-4453836 Roscrea, a civil parish in the historical barony of Ikerrin, is a small heritage town in North Tipperary. Situated in the southern midlands, at the crossways of the N7 road between Dublin and Limerick and the N62 between Athlone and Horse, Roscrea is an Ecclesiastical parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. Bus Éireann lines connect the fascinating town with Dublin and Limerick. The Irish railroad network also provides domestic connectivity to this charming town. Glanbia, which distributes meat products all over the world, is the principal business enterprise of the region.

Its designation as one the oldest and most historic towns in Ireland stems from the fact that the valley between the Slieve Bloom and the Devils Bit Mountains has been inhabited by settlers since centuries. Owing to the presence of the Aonach, the monastery and the castle, the town’s history is not completely encrypted and is hence, traceable. Heritage of the town can be traced back to the Stone Age and the subsequent ages, owing to the presence of antiques and monuments belonging to these periods. These amazing monuments, including Monaincha, the thirty-first wonder of the world, today stand as mute reminders to the history and culture of the town. Aonach Éile, the great fair of Ely, served to allure merchants to the town.

The trading town prospered around its ancient monastery, of which, the Round Tower is the oldest surviving part. Dedicated to St. Cronan, the Church of Ireland Parish was erected on the site of the ancient monastery, ensuing its annihilation. The splendour of the churchyard, known as the Shrine of St. Cronan, is accentuated by the crucifixion on a monumental stone. Consecrated in 1490 by the O’Carroll, Chieftain of the district, the Franciscan Friary of the town was supplanted with a Catholic Church, whose altar portrays the crucifixion.

Roscrea continued its stance as the seat of a bishopric until the 12th century, prior to its affiliation to the diocese of Killaloe. Monahincha Priory, which displays 12th century Romanesque features, is an incessant reminder of this era. A castle was constructed at Roscrea by the mighty King John of England. In 1580, Ballinakill Castle was constructed in the town by Piers Butler of Paulstown. These historic monuments not only accentuate the allure of the town, but also serve as mute sentinels of its grandeur.

The enigmatic town boasts an intriguing history, which captures the attention of inquisitive minds. Rich in culture and tradition, Roscrea prides on being the home to innumerable architectural splendours of Ireland. Roscrea Castle, Damer House Complex, the ‘Fancy Fountain’ and other ecclesiastical edifices are just a couple of treasures aggravating the charm of this inscrutable town.

Owing to the location of the town on a small river, which is a tributary to the River Brosna, Roscrea and its surrounding neighbourhood abounds with picturesque scenery. Slieve Bloom Mountains fondle northern Roscrea, according a perfect backdrop to this mystical town. The beauty of the town emanates from its amazing array of breathtaking inland scenery, including boglands, waterways, Irish farmland and forestry.

Although a busy market town with meat processing and pharmaceutical industries, Roscrea is a haven of peace and tranquillity.

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Roscrea, a civil parish in the historical barony of Ikerrin, is a small heritage town in North Tipperary. Situated in th…read on
Nenagh
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Clonmel
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Carrick-on-suir
Carrick-on-Suir is a thriving town located in the south-east of Ireland in County Tipperary. The medieval town is surrou…read on
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Cahir Park Golf Club
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Killmacomma Garden
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Clonmel, County Tipperary

clonmel-1-9056296clonmel-1-9056296clonmel-2-4573627clonmel-3-3460133clonmel-4-3318445clonmel-5-8206660clonmel-6-5248290clonmel-7-7521424clonmel-8-8883322clonmel-9-2302239 A county town of South Tipperary in Ireland, Clonmel has derived its name from Irish word Cluain Meala, which means ‘honey meadow’. Largest inland town of the county, it has earned a special place in the Irish history owing to the resistance shown towards the Cromwellian forces. An excellent base for visiting various attractions, the town is nestled in the Comeragh Mountains, with the Slievenamon Mountain to its east.

An anglo-norman town, it grew substantially during the medieval times. There are many structures present around the city that belong to that period. Old St. Mary’s Church with small sections of town wall has witnessed the changes in the town since medieval times. Built in the 13th century, the church has been renovated several times on various occasions.

The town has an important place in the history of the county, right from the time of earldom of Ormonde to that of Kildare. The strategically important town was guarded by walls, having three gates in north, east and west. The southern side is protected by River Suir and Comeragh Mountains. West Gate is reconstruction of an old 19th century structure and is an open arched entrance. The west gate opens toward the main street of the town, the O’Connell Street.

Beside the legendary church, the town has magnificent historical buildings that beautifully describe the architectural brilliance of the Clonmel. The town has Ireland’s first custom built county museum named as Tipperary County Museum, which showcases history of County Tipperary from the Stone Age till today. Formerly a civic building, the Main Guard was converted into shops in 1810. There are special exhibitions organized in the museum every year. It also model of Clonmel in the 13th century.

Another popular tourist attraction, the South Tipperary Arts Centre opened in the year 1996. Organizing almost 12 exhibitions each year, the centre displays works of local, national and international artists of varied fields, such as visual arts, performing arts, music and literature. The centre is often jam packed during its classical music season, organized in the months of spring and autumn.

The Clonmel Cinema Theatre, which was later on renamed as Clonmel Electric Picture Palace, was the first theatre of the town and was built in January 1913. Soon, there were many theatres constructed in the town, like the Ritz, Regal Theatre, The Omniplex and others. Transformed from a Weslyan or Methodist chapel, the White Memorial Theatre building grabs attention of passersby, who praise its fine detailing. Home to St. Mary’s Choral Society, it hosts special events, musicals and concerts, among other events.

The town also hosts an annual Clonmel Junction Festival, which starts from the first weekend of July and ends after nine days. At the festival, one gets to witness a combination of different styles, cultures, passions and talent, in the form of street theatres, rock shows, musical concert, international acts and others. The town also promotes independent films by organizing the International Film Festival Ireland. The first film festival was held in September 2009.

Situated in the barony of Iffa and Offa East, the town has many clubs and association that are hugely popular among tourists. Various activities like mountain climbing, hiking, water sports and race can be enjoyed, under the supervision of guided trainers. Surrounded with breathtaking views of rural gardens, Clonmel is a place worth visiting, while in County Tipperary

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Killmacomma Garden, County Tipperary

The Killmacomma in Clonmel, County Tipperary is located in a picturesque wooded area and is being looked after by Pauline and Pat Hegarty from the last three decades. One can spot different varieties of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants in the garden, some of which are acid loving plants that thrive in its neutral soil. There are also natural stone features, small ponds and a Japanese section in this garden that bagged the Viking Irish Golden Award in 2008. The award was given after Killmacomma was judged as the best garden of the Irish County of Tipperary. So if one happens to be interested in the activity, one can perhaps learn a few tricks of gardening while visiting the place.

· Facilities: Garden is wheelchair accessible

· Opening Time: Festival weekend, Saturday and Sunday: 11am-7pm; other times by appointment.

· Admission: 5 dollars, proceeds go to Cystic Fibrosis Society

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