Cashel Palace Hotel
AddressMain Street CashelSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This handsome red-brick, late-Queen Anne archbishop's residence is a local landmark, whose gardens contain the progenies of the original hop plants used to brew the first Guinness. Fully restored, it has 23 antique-furnished rooms in the gracious main building or quaint mews, with direct access through the grounds to the base of the Rock of Cashel. Some rooms have soaking tubs you'll leave only after you're totally prunified. The bar is the place to talk about your upcoming hunt before dining at the vaulted-ceilinged Bishops Buttery Restaurant .
Our independent authors have visited Cashel Palace Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Cashel.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Concierge service
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
Dating from 1730, Cashel Palace is set in 28 acres of gardens, which surround the famous Rock of Cashel. It offers luxurious rooms decorated with antiquities and a fine-dining restaurant.
The spacious rooms at the Cashel Palace Hotel are all individually decorated in a country-house style. They feature flat-screen TVs, large bathrooms with hairdryers and some have garden views.
The Bishop’s Buttery Restaurant has vaulted ceilings, open fire places and serves modern Irish cuisine. With its garden views, award-winning afternoon teas are served in the light drawing room. There are several intimate rooms where guests can dine privately.
The Cashel offers guests free fishing on the The Suir and The Aherlow rivers, whilst horse riding is available locally. The Cashel Palace Hotel has free parking.
Interesting places nearby
Cashel Folk Village
An engaging exhibition of old buildings, shopfronts and memorabilia from around the town. It's a bit slipshod in a heart-warming way.
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Rock of Cashel
The Rock of Cashel is one of Ireland's most spectacular archaeological sites. The 'Rock' is a prominent green hill, banded with...
Don't miss the hot pies (served with salad) at this busy spot.