The four-star Cashel Palace Hotel is a beautiful and elegant place. The historic palace has 20 bedrooms, wonderful eateries and an ideal location for exploring County Tipperary.
Built in 1730 as an Archbishop's lavish residence, the Cashel Palace Hotel is an exquisite Queen Anne-style house complemented by tranquil walled gardens and a private walk to the famous Rock of Cashel.
All 19 bedrooms are individually decorated and meet a four-star standard. Deluxe Rooms include flat-screen TV, complimentary tea or coffee on arrival, and 24-hour room service, while Junior Suites offer added comfort with a sitting area.
Guests who are passionate about food will be pleased to know that the hotel serves the finest in modern, Irish cuisine prepared from locally sourced ingredients. Dining options include the Bishops Buttery Restaurant and Guinness Bar, which pays homage to the hotel’s connection to the world-famous brewery and the Guinness family. Additionally, the Cashel Palace offers private dining and conference facilities for functions and corporate events.
Guests can find many things to do in and around the hotel apart from touring the famous Rock of Cashel. The hotel owns fishing rights on parts of the Suir and Aherlow rivers, making it a wonderful accommodation for anyone interested in fishing. On the premises, there are also gardens to stroll through and children’s play equipment. Beyond the estate, visitors can experience horse riding, golf, scenic walks and a number of historic sites.