Located close to the town of Cahir, Mitchelstown Cave is considered one of the most spectacular caves in Europe, with world famous Stalignites and Staligtites. Take the guided tour through almost half a mile of this amazing cave.
John Nallen can bring groups by appointment – watch here.
Petrovska An interesting woodland garden set out over seven acres with mountain streams comprising a series of contrasting aras connected by gravel and wooden walkways. Suitable and accessible to all ages but children need to be supervised. View website Ballyboy House 2 hectare country garden, will appeal to any plant lover, with the beauty of […]
Clonmel is one of Munster’s oldest clubs set in beautiful rolling parkland. Set in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains with magnificent views across the valley of the river Suir and the rolling Waterford and Tipperary countryside the scenery is breathtaking. Clonmel Golf Club welcomes societies and visitors throughout the year. Clonmel Golf Club is […]
Golden to the Rock of Cashel Walk One: Follow the Tipperary Heritage Way past ancient ruins. Different species of swans can be seen in the water as the sun glistens. Prepare to see the Rock of Cashel, one of the icons of Ireland, on your horizon. This 4th century castle is one of the icons […]
Visit the Blarney Woollen Mills store in Dove Hill Irish Design Centre, Carrick On Suir, Co. Tipperary or shop online for Irish gifts and gifts from Ireland. As stockists of Irish sweaters, Aran Sweaters, Claddagh Celtic Jewelry, Waterford Crystal Gifts, Irish Belleek and a whole host of traditional Irish gifts and unique Irish gifts. Blarney […]
Alternative night out with great food, friendly atmoshpere and great entertainment. Clonmel is widely connsidered the home of greyhound racing in ireland and the greyhound track is at the center.
A Tour of Tipperary’s Medieval Towns The Butlers in Carrick-on Suir This beautiful and historic town is where the Butler Family grew to power. The Butlers first settled here in the 13th century. Thomas ‘Black Tom’ Butler, 10th Earl of Ormond (1532-1614) was the most colourful and influential family member who lived here. Black Tom built a fine manor […]