The village of Fethard, found about 18km southeast of Cashel, is home to the impressive, multi-period Holy Trinity Church, a house of worship for the Church of Ireland.
The structure, which dates from the 15th century, is a wonderful example of a medieval parish church. It features a four-bay nave and four-stage bell tower. There are also remains of the original aisle, chancel, chapel and domestic building.
The church is open for worship every Sunday morning, otherwise visitors can obtain a key from the nearby shop.
Visit Cathedral Christ Church Cathedral in the Viking Triangle. Both were built by the same architect but are very different.