Cashel is home to the iconic Rock of Cashel. One of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Ireland and one of the most visited. Cashel’s rich history is reflected in its built heritage, from prehistoric raths to mediaeval monasteries and fortified town houses, a Georgian Cathedral and a 21st century Library (which holds regular exhibitions, workshops and concerts). The Georgian quarter also boasts the Bolton Library where you can find the smallest book in Ireland.

If you would like to stay overnight we have a range of accommodation from the sumptuous Cashel Palace Hotel, to a range of family friendly B&Bs and welcoming hostels for the adventurous budget traveller. All this within walking distance of the Town Plaza, the vibrant hub of downtown Cashel. Cashel’s Victorian town centre is a thriving retail zone, with excellent clothes shops, lively cafes,charming gift shops, pubs oozing with old charm and food retailers offering delicious artisan fare.

The Cashel Chamber of Commerce and our partners in the Cashel Heritage Trust and the Cashel Urban District Council welcomes you to Cashel and hopes that you have a great time here, whether you stay for an hour or a life time.

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This Site is Supported by The Cashel Chamber of Commerce, Cashel Heritage & Tourist Office and Cashel Town Council with Funding from The South Tipperary County Enterprise Board