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All See and Do in Tipperary

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Athassel Abbey

The remains of Athassel Abbey can be found in Golden, a village about 7km from Cashel, County Tipperary. The abbey was built for the Augustinians

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Bothán Scóir

Detached two-bay single-storey house, built c. 1750, now in use as museum. Hipped reed thatched roof. Painted rubble stone walls with projecting stone plinth. Square-headed

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Cahir

The castle on the River Suir is unquestionably the main attraction in Cahir. The town’s name actually derives from the stone fort or cathair which

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Cahir Abbey

The Priory of St. Mary in Cahir, called Catherdunesque (with various spellings) in medieval documentation and known today as Cahir Abbey was a house of

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Cahir Castle

Explore Ireland’s Ancient East here in Tipperary with a visit to Cahir Castle. Appearing to grow from the actual rock on which it stands, the

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Cahir Forest Park

Cahir Park Forest property formed part of the land acquired by the old Department of Lands from the Charteris Estate in the 1930`s. It was

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Camas Park Gardens

The Camas Park Garden is found in County Tipperary, just a short distance from Cashel. It is an extensive garden featuring herbaceous borders, terraces, and

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Carrigeen Castle

Carrigeen Castle is a Historic castellated (former prison) home, adapted for use as the Bridewell of Cahir, 1812-15. Bedrooms are in former cells and keepers

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Cashel Folk Village

1. Unique to Cashel Folk village, we have Ireland’s only 1916 Easter Rising/Irish War of Independence/ Irish Civil War Museum combined. 2. Ireland’s only 1916

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