Racket Hall Hotel
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Dublin Road, Roscrea, Tipperary,
Mr Daniel McCarthy
Set in the heritage town of Roscrea, North Tipperary in the monastic Midlands of Ireland, Racket Hall Country House makes for the perfect location to get away from it all whether it's business or pleasure.
Located just outside the heritage town of Roscrea in the heart of the monastic Midlands, beneath the Slieve Bloom Mountains, is the charming family run Racket Hall Hotel.
This old world residence boasts a host of amenities including cosy logs fires, exceptional traditional Irish cuisine, elegantly appointed conference and banqueting facilities and 40 luxurious guest rooms with every personal touch you would expect from one of the leading hotels in Tipperary. Each room offers a seating area, oversized desk, complimentary Wi-Fi, laptop safe, iron, trouser press, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, television, hair dryer and individual bathroom toiletries for your comfort.
The Hamilton bar is the perfect place to taste true Irish hospitality, sit beside the open fire or hide away in the snug with a pint of Guinness. Lilly Bridges Steakhouse Bistro serveses fresh food daily in imaginative dishes enjoyed by residents and locals alike. For an exceptional private dining experience why not book the Willow Tree restaurant or the Parlour Dining room. Racket Hall Hotel also host a number of music and entertainment events.
Being located in the centre of Ireland Racket Hall Hotel is a perfect location to explore Ireland. Racket Hall Hotel has built up an international reputation for offering great golf breaks at affordable prices. Choose from one of the many local Irish courses, or step up a gear and tackle world famous courses such as Robert Trent Jones' Adare Manor, Arnold Palmers K-Club (home to the Ryder Cup 2006), Jack Nicklaus' Mount Juliet or Druids Glen (Home of the Irish Open 1999-2001). There is also the opportunity to fish in one of the Midland's privately owned Lakes or coarse fish on the River Barrow.