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Rossroe Lodge B&B Star Rating 4        

Rossroe Lodge B&B is located in Cashel and offers free Wi-Fi. The various amenities this modern bed & breakfast has to offer include laundry facilities and a TV room.All of the modern rooms are well furnished, and come with private bathrooms and flat-screen TVs.
O'Briens Cashel Lodge Star Rating 4        
Rock House

The bed & breakfast is situated in Cashel and is close to local attractions, including Rock of Cashel. It also features free Wi-Fi.O'Briens Cashel Lodge offers 14 rooms, all of which are fitted with heating.
Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort Star Rating 4        
Ballykisteen, Limerick Junction

At the foothills of the Galtee Mountains, this rural hotel is a 14-minute walk from Tipperary Racecourse and 5.3 km from the town of Tipperary. The straightforward rooms and suites feature satellite TV and free Wi-Fi, as well as minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Cahir House Hotel Star Rating 3        
The Square

This family-run hotel in a former 18th-century manor house is a 2-minute walk from Cahir Castle and an 8-minute walk from Cahir train station. The traditional rooms feature TVs and tea and coffeemaking equipment. A suite adds a sitting area.
Abbey Court Hotel Nenagh Star Rating 3        
Dublin Road

This simple, modern hotel is an 8-minute walk from Nenagh Castle and a 9-minute walk from Nenagh train station. Unassuming rooms have en suite bathrooms, TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking equipment. Old-world suites add sitting areas, dining tables and Jacuzzis, as well as 4-poster beds with goose down duvets.
Racket Hall Country House Golf & Conference Hotel Star Rating 3        
Dublin Road

This grand, countryside hotel is a 7-minute walk from Roscrea Golf Club and 3 km from Roscrea train station.The traditional rooms feature Egyptian cotton linens and free internet access, as well as work desks, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and TVs. Suites add Jacuzzis, satellite TV and separate sitting areas.
Kilcoran Lodge Hotel Cahir Star Rating 3        

The Kilcoran Lodge Hotel has stunning views over the Golden Vale and the Knockmealdown Mountains. It offers an indoor pool and spa bath, a restaurant, and rooms with free Wi-Fi.Rooms at the Kilcoran Lodge Hotel & Leisure centre have private bathrooms with trouser presses and hairdryers.
Horse & Jockey Hotel Star Rating 4        
N8 Main Road

This expansive, polished hotel is 6 km from Thurles Golf Club and 8.8 km from Thurles train station.The traditional rooms have free Wi-Fi, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and satellite TV.
Clonmel Park Hotel Star Rating 4        
Cahir Road Roundabout

Next to the Poppyfield Retail Park, this modern hotel with a conference centre is 3 km from Showgrounds Shopping Centre and 14 km from Cahir Castle. Casual rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Suites add separate living areas.
The Anner Hotel Thurles Star Rating 3        
Dublin Road

Situated off the N75, this understated country house hotel is 1.6 km from Thurles Shopping Centre and 1.9 km from Thurles train station.
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Tipperary, Ireland's largest inland county, has richly varied scenery in its hills and mountains, its plains and river valleys. In the south are the Galtee Mountains, the Knockmealdowns and the isolated height of Slievenamon. Keeper Hill is the highest point among the various groups of hills in the north.

The middle of the county is a broad plain, through which the River Suir flows from north to south; and from this plain the rich land of the Golden Vale extends westwards into County Limerick. Tipperary has excellent facilities for pastimes such as angling, golf, mountain climbing, caving and hunting. Boasting beautiful lush mountain scenery, the most famous is known as the Devil's Bit, named for the bite taken out of it by the devil as he rode over Ireland, and the hunk he spat out is now the Rock of Cashel! The mighty River Shannon, Ireland's longest, flows through Tipperary, and Lough Derg, is the biggest of its 3 lakes.