Dundrum House Hotel Golf & Leisure Resort
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* The Rock of Cashel
The historic town of Cashel is home to the infamous Seat of Kings the Rock of Cashel a monumental collection of medieval buildings and Castle perched on top of a large mountain of rock. Located in the 'Golden Vale' Dundrum House Hotel is located in the heart of Co Tipperary, 8 miles (13K) from Cashel Town, steeped in heritage, in one of the most picturesque settings. www.heritageireland.ie
* Heritage Centre
Located at the foot of the Rock of Cashel, the Cashel Heritage Centre offers tourists and near and far the opportunity to explore the regions rich history and hidden past. www.cashel.ie
* The Bru Boru Cultural Centre
The Bru Boru Cultural Centre Cashel This facility incorporates a folk theatre restaurant craft centre information centre and genealogy suite. This is a must visit attraction when visiting the town of Cashel just 7 miles away from Dundrum House Hotel Golf and Leisure. www.comhaltas.com
* Mitchelstown Caves
Considered to be one of the most spectacular caves in Europe, Mitchelstown Cave is located 12 kilometres east of Mitchelstown and a pleasant 45 minute car journey form Dundrum House Hotel Golf and Leisure Resort through the picturesque Golden Vale. Telephone: +353 (0)52 67 246
* Museum of Transport
Museum of Transport This major museum displays the extensive fruits of a lifetimes work by its enthusiastic owner. It has exhibits dating from the earliest motorized vehicles. Jaguar, Renault, Morris, Mercedes an MG and a 1904 Clement Talbot are featured among the many cars and other motoring automobile signs light garage equipment, books and posters on display. Telephone: +353 (0)52 29 727 Address: Gortnafleur Business Park, Waterford Road, Clonmel, Co Tipperary
* St Patricks Well
Just outside Clonmel about a half a mile from Marlfield can be found the picturesque and very beautiful St Patricks Well. Here can be found a tough weather beaten small celtic cross a tiny ruined Chapel and Holy Well.
* South Tipperary and County Museum
South Tipperary and County Museum is located in the heart of Clonmels civic centre South Tipperary County Museum tells the story of the county’s fascinating history from prehistoric to modern times. www.southtipperarycoco.ie
* Cahir Castle
Cahir castle is one of Ireland’s largest and best-preserved castles. It is situated on a rocky island on the River Suir in the historic town of Cahir 8 miles south of Cashel. The castle retains its impressive keep, tower and much of its original defensive structure. Telephone: +353 (0)52 41 011
* The Main Guard Clonmel
The Main Guard is situated on Clonmel's O’Connell Street. The Main Guard was recently reconstructed and brought back to its original appearance when built between 1673 to 1684. The Building is open to Tourists during the summer months and closed for the winter. Guided Tours are given by trained Guides a most interesting place to visit tel. no 052 27484.
* The Glen of Aherlow
The Glen of Aherlow is a quiet country valley, secluded but not isolated. It stretches from the N24 South of the heritage town of Tipperary through sixteen miles of unspoilt countryside affording some of the most breath taking scenery imaginable.
* Swiss Cottage
Situated in the parkland adjacent to Cahir Town Centre this magnificant cottage has recently been restored to offer greater ease of access. So now there is no excuse for not visiting this hidden gem. Telephone: +353 (0)52 41 144
* East Munster Way
The East Munster Way offers long distance walkers an opportunity to travel through relatively easy lowland and hill country. The East Munster Way stretches from Carrick-on-Suir to Clogheen, both in Co. Tipperary.
* Tar River
The Tar River is a wide shallow river 18 to 25 yards with a healthy growth of ranunculus weed which is a haven for insect life.
* Carey's Castle
Carey's Castle was occupied by monks and up to recent years the ruins of the alms house was still in evidence. There is a small lawn with picnic site close to the car park. A walk of about 500m. takes you to Carey's Castle through mixed woodland and there is a pleasant walking path along the river bank for about 600m.
* Cahir Park
The site was once part of the Chartersis Estate. The site was once part of the Chartersis Estate. Located next to the River Suir and comprising of broadleaf woodland, this beautiful park is located 1 km from Cahir Town.