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County TIpperary Hostels

Cashel Holiday Hostel

County Tipperary (Contae Thiobraid Árann in Irish) is a county in the Republic of Ireland, and situated in the province of Munster. The name Tipperary is taken from the Irish 'Tiobraid Arann', which means 'the well of Era', referring to the River Ara.

Tipperary was one of the first Irish counties to be established in the 13th century. The town of Tipperary situated in the south west of the county was the subject of the famous World War I British army song "It's a Long Way to Tipperary". For information about Tipperary browse to: or or

Tipperary Hostels

Cashel Holiday Hostel

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Tipperary is where the visitor is King. Angling, Golf, Mountain Walking and Caving are all at hand, and then there is The Rock of Cashel, Castles, Abbeys and Forts just waiting to be explored. It is difficult to know where to start, but we've listed some sights below as a starting point....

Athassel Priory / Cahir Castle
Glen of Aherlow / Holy Cross Abbey
Lough Derg / Ormonde Castle
Redwood Castle (Castle Egan) / Rock of Cashel
Dromineer / Bru Boru Heritage Centre
Cahir Castle / Clonmel Motor Museum
Fethard Town Walls / Glen of Aherlow
Mitchelstown Cave / Ormonde Manor House Carrick-on Suir
Regional Craft Centre Cahir / The New Excell Heritage Centre in Tipperary Town

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