Cahir, has aptly been described as the ‘Crossroads of the South’, with its central location the perfect base from which to explore all of Munster. Our hotel staff will be happy to help you to arrange day-trips and packed picnics can be arranged for guests to bring with them.
- The Swiss Cottage, dating from 1812, is a fairytale relic from the days when Romanticism conquered 19th-century Ireland. .. more
- Set in idyllic Irish countryside, Blarney Castle is home to the famous Blarney Stone. Situated high in the battlements of the castle, the stone is believed to have special powers… more
- Two rare attractions that appeal to all ages and provide a chance to experience life in the 15th century. As you enter under the walls of Bunratty Castle, look up at the ‘murder holes’ where defenders of the castle poured boiling oil on attackers below. … more
- Ireland’s number one tourist attraction and the spot where St. Patrick first plucked a shamrock to explain the mystery of the Trinity. Seat to the High Kings of Munster, The Rock of Cashel boasts Ireland’s greatest group of ecclesiastical ruins.. more
- In the nearby Galtee Mountains are the impressive limestone caves, famous for their Tír Na nÓg caverns. In Irish mythology Tír Na nÓg is the world where the fairies and leprechauns live… more
- Top of every visitor’s wish list, Cahir Castle is perched on a rocky island on the River Suir. It’s one of Ireland’s largest and best-preserved medieval castles, retaining its dramatic keep, tower, and much of its original defensive structure… more