Tir Na Nog Bed & Breakfast

Address: Dualla, Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Dualla, Cashel, is near Rock of Cashel, Brú Ború Heritage Centre, Athassel Priory, and Ahenny High Crosses.
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    Travel Blogs from Cashel

    Into the countryside

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 03, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... than Stonehenge and 600 years older than the pyramids in Egypt. While the crypt is small by modern standards (the interior chamber is maybe 5 meters by 6 meters and 10 meters high while the whole mound is 80 meters in diameter and 20 meters high) it is a marvel of ancient engineering. The rocks used to create the mound we visited (Newgrange) were hauled from up to 80 km away and it took 100 men over 50 years to build it, in an era when the average ...

    A Ring Around Kilkenny

    A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Sep 29, 2014

    2 comments, 69 photos

    ... in the day and it was time to head east to our little Rock Cottage "home." But, we had one more stop to make . . . the town of Fethard. It is a little town, but the town wall is nearly intact. How could we pass up a walled village, I ask? (We also stopped into Jolly's Cafe for a late afternoon lunch/early dinner.)

    After wandering around this ancient city, we turned on the GPS ...


    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 26, 2014

    18 photos

    ... were all so funny, love the family they are working for. There is a 450 cow, 1,200acre dairy farm involved with the castle. The Great Telescope. In the early 1840’s, the Third Earl of Rosse designed and built the largest telescope in the world. With this telescope, he discovered the spiral nature of some of the galaxies, and from 1845-1914, anyone wishing to witness this phenomenon had to come to Birr. And they came, in their hundreds, from across Europe and beyond, to ...

    The short way or the long way?

    A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 13, 2013

    1 photo

    ... to drink. Followed that at Oasis Restaurant, next door to Baileys. I had a fantastic Italian meal of pasta with chicken, shrimp, and calamari. Yummy...
    Back to the hotel for a nice long chat with the receptionist, who laughed at our road stories. She said that's why she got her license in England, because Irish people don't use blinkers, rear view or side view mirrors. That explains some of the behavior on the road-
    Nighty night from Cashel. ...

    Highways and Byways

    A travel blog entry by berenicek on May 08, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    Hello All,
    I am getting a little behind in my reports - it has been quite a week and now, with the end in sight, there still seems to be a lot to see and do.
    For the Bank Holiday weekend, however, Karon and I went off south, I to keep the promise I made to John Mullins before he died, to make a pilgrimage to Cashel on his behalf. (There is actually a tradition of making a pilgrimage for someone else, so it wasn't all ...