Cashel, County Tipperary
As the song goes, ‘It’s a long way to Tipperary…’ but not from Limerick.
Cashel, once the royal seat of the Kings of Munster who had their palace on the now famous Rock of Cashel, which stands like an Irish acropolis on the plains of Tipperary.
Here you will find the 12th Century Round Tower, Cormar’s Chapel, St. Patrick’s Cross, the Hall of Vicar’s Choral and the Cathedral of St. Patrick.
One hour’s drive from Adare Manor