County Tipperary Holiday Cottages


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Our County Tipperary cottages are not that far away - unlike the old British music hall song would have you think! And what a gem this landlocked county is; a mass of rolling green countryside. The Glen of Aherlow and the Vee Valley are especially breathtaking and wonderful spots for walking.

Dotted about are some lovely towns and villages, the top two undoubtedly being Cashel and Cahir. Expect Cashel to be busy, but make sure you go as its celebrated Rock of Cashel - a cluster of medieval buildings on a limestone outcrop - is a spectacular sight not-to-be-missed. There's an interesting cultural centre with authentic village streetscape at the rock's base, while Cashel town is great for a bite to eat. Cahir, meanwhile, is an attractive town famous for its splendid and beautifully preserved castle, complete with towers and moat. The town square is crammed with cafés and pubs, while there are lovely walks along the riverside.

A County Tipperary cottage is ideal if you're interested in history and endless other attractions include Ormond Castle in Carrick on Suir and the Main Guard in Clonmel. Then there's the medieval walled town of Fethard and the town of Roscrea, laden with Monastic and Norman buildings - don't miss Roscrea Castle and Damer House. Nenagh, Thurles, Tipperary…the list of towns goes on. And when you're ready for some outdoor fun, head north to the pleasure lake of Lough Derg and the Nenagh Cycleway, or south to the Slieve Felim Walking Way - a scenic 23-mile route with views of four counties.