Baileys Hotel Cashel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Baileys Hotel Cashel
Travel Blogs from Cashel
... seat of power for the overkings of the area. A fortress of power from about the 4th century. Around the 10th century it was handed over to the church as a way of stopping certain descendants claiming power. It became a well known religious centre until 1647 when a Cromwellian army massacred it's 3000 occupants! The cathedral is now falling into ruin and preservation of the site is ...
... We had a good laugh and I met some of the locals. Everyone in Ireland seems to love the Australians.
He pays for the meal and I try to stop him-I feel bad as I had invited him out. The waiter laughs and tells me that is the biggest way to insult an Irishman. I excuse myself based on the fact that I am Australian-we all laugh. Mick says it is not everyday he gets to take a pretty young thing out. We all laugh again. I am very grateful for his generosity. He ...
... The abbey was disbanded by Henry VIII and fell into ruin. It has now been refurbished and is both a tourist attraction and the local church. As I walked into the church they were in the middle of a rosary so I couldn't really walk around and take a good look. I dropped a few Hail Mary's and then slipped away. I don't know what happened to that piece of the true cross.m In Thurles there is a library called "The Source" and they have a good facility for researching ...
... called herself, "a Tipperary girl" & she took great care of us. We feasted on crab croquettes, lamb chops, sea bass, blue cheese of Cashel, poached pear, rattatoulle & mashed potatoes. Jeff pooped out at my party, he was exhausted from concentrating driving on the opposite side of the road all day. Since I was born at 11:34pm, I stayed up blogging. It had been the perfect day, as one of my dreams had actually come true!
... Corc, the grandfather of Aengus Mac Natfraich, erected a fort, and Cashel subsequently became the capital of Munster. Like Tara and Armagh it was a celebrated court, and at the time of St. Patrick claimed supremacy over all the royal duns of the province, when Aengus ruled as King of Cashel. For more information of ROC visit ...