The word 'cashel' is an Anglicised version of the Irish word caiseal, meaning 'fortress' (related to the English 'castle', from the Latin castellum). Cashel is one of the proud tidy town winners in 2017. The town of Cashel owes its existence to a giant limestone outcrop of massive historical and social importance. Known as the Rock of Cashel, it was the seat of the Kings of Munster from the 5th century until it was given to the church in 1101. It's a five-minute stroll from the town the Rock.
Set in County Tipperary, Ireland, a beautiful rural location, 50 minute drive from Limerick city, 1 hour from Kilkenny, 1.5 hours Cork, 20 minutes from the Rock of Cashel and 10 minutes from Dundrum village. 4 bedrooms available. Sleeps 6 adults. The house is a yoga and meditation centre when occupied by the owners.
The apartment is located in the heart of the Tipperary countryside, however shops, pubs, restaurants and a garage are within a 2 min drive