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Cashel, a heritage town, is overlooked by one of Ireland's most imposing landmarks, the Rock of Cashel, which dates back before records began in the 4th Century. Rising steeply from Tipperary's Golden Vale, the magnificent limestone outcrop is topped by a remarkable group of medieval ruins including a 12th Century round tower, high cross and chapel, a 13th Century cathedral and a 15th Century castle. Quite apart from these dramatic buildings, Cashel has a number of ancient churches, abbeys and castles on its doorstep plus a variety of visitor attractions. Cashel Folk Village brings back the atmosphere of olden days with its delightful reconstructions of thatched shops, homes and village trades. It also operates a small museum about the 1916 Easter Rising. History-lovers will adore Bolton Library, with its shelves of precious antiquarian books, while past times spring vividly to life at the Bru Boru cultural centre, ranged round a village green. Situated below the Rock, the centre celebrates traditional music, dance and theatre, and it has a restaurant too. Cashel makes for a wonderful, scenic base for walking, cycling, riding and fishing in the Suir river. And you don't have to travel too far to find a golf course or a racetrack.

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Warpool Court Hotel (120.27 miles)

Warpool Court Hotel
Situated in its own grounds, overlooking the wild Atlantic with its offshore islands of Skomer and Ramsey, Warpool Court has unrivalled views. Easy walking distance to the Pembrokeshire coastal path and the 'city' centre of ... More
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TYF Eco Hotel (120.71 miles)

TYF Eco Hotel

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Attached to a converted 19th century windmill in rural St. David's, this homely and environmentally conscious hotel is an ideal base for a range of outdoor activities. Situated just off a ... More

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Felindre Cottages (122.11 miles)

Felindre Cottages
The two timber lodges at Felindre are surrounded by farmland in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

It is just five minutes walk through the fields to the Coastal Path and the picturesque fishing ... More | visit website

Quality Cottages (123.68 miles)

Quality Cottages
Wonderful Wales – within such a tiny country we have so much squeezed in to see, do and learn. Quality Cottages have for 50 years, been offering both the best of holiday cottages in ... More
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Lochmeyler Farm Guest House (125.49 miles)

Lochmeyler Farm Guest House
A 220 acre working dairy farm in the centre of the St Davids Penninsular. 3 miles from coastal path. Luxury facilities, 5 stars Visitwales, 5 Diamond AA, Visitwales Gold Award. We have 7 en-suite bedrooms, ... More | visit website
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Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant (128.11 miles)

Ferryboat Inn and Restaurant

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Offering quality en suite rooms and forecourt parking, 500 metres from Fishguard ferry port, this is the nearest accommodation provider to Europcar and Hertz car hire, ideal for visiting Pembrokeshire. The 4-star ... More


Hope and Anchor Inn (128.17 miles)

Fine Food and Comfortable Rooms and the doorstep of the Fishguard Cork Irish Ferry and pembrokeshire National Park ... More
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Ty-Hendre (128.25 miles)


Ty-Hendre is a superbly appointed cottage which sleeps 4, is situated just a couple of miles out of Fishguard and with lovely pastoral surroundings. The owners have created a delightful conservation area within the 5 ... More | visit website

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Cuffern Manor (129.38 miles)

Cuffern Manor
Jayne and Julian welcome you to stay in their grade 2 Georgian manor house in the heart of Pembrokeshire. A few miles from stunning coastal scenery, you can be assured of a friendly welcome and ... More | visit website
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Cefn-y-Dre (129.44 miles)

Cefn-y-Dre is in the enviable position of having a unique sense of place. With a history going back 500 years, links to Lloyd George, views to the Preseli hills and Carn Ingli - setting for ... More | visit website

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