Cashel Holiday Hostel is an ideal base for travellers wishing to visit Cashel, a unique heritage town and home to the famous Rock of Cashel. The family-run hostel, which is located in the centre of town, is a renovated 250-year-old Georgian house that oozes character and charm.
There are private single, double, twin and family rooms, as well as shared dormitory accommodation. All are brightly decorated and very clean. The property also includes a modern kitchen, hot showers, central heating, a common room with flat screen TV and open fire, free Wi-Fi Internet access, laundry and drying facilities, and an outdoor seating area which is ideal for barbeques.
Cashel Holiday Hostel is a member of the Irish Youth Hostel Association (IYHA) and the Independent Holiday Hostels of Ireland (IHHI).
Located in South County Tipperary, the town of Cashel has a rich history and many notable sights, such as the Rock of Cashel, believed to be the site where St Patrick converted the King of Munster in the 5th century. Nearby, visitors can also discover Hore Abbey and Kearney’s Castle.
There are many activities to do in Cashel and the surrounding area, such as golf, angling, walking and watching traditional Gaelic sports.