Ideally located between town and country, the decadent rooms and suites are impeccably designed for rest and relaxation, while the gardens offer three tranquil acres of rolling lawns, ancient trees and modern landscaping. Deeply luxurious and sumptuous, each room is inspired by the heritage of this grand home, celebrating history and championing modern comforts. You will find everything you could possibly need for an indulgent and memorable country getaway. Once the residence of the Archbishops of Cashel, Cashel Palace sits at the foot of the Rock of Cashel, a spectacular limestone outcrop showcasing Ireland’s most impressive group of medieval buildings. With a private path leading to this historic site, the gardens, spa and many guest rooms offer awe-inspiring views of this astonishing attraction.
The world-class spa takes full advantage of the magnificent views, with a 17-meter swimming pool bathed in light and heated, including 5 meters outside and outdoor seaweed baths designed to enjoy a therapeutic bath. Guests can participate in an invigorating session in the hot and cold showers, the relaxing Jacuzzi, the upper Klafs steam room and sauna. Facilities extend to a fully equipped gym, hair salon and yoga studio, where you can enjoy a healthy smoothie on the spa’s outdoor terrace overlooking the gardens. Elite therapists work with Bamford and Skin by Olga products to provide a selection of indulgent spa treatments and rituals for clients. Choose from soothing, nourishing and balancing therapies for the skin and body and feel your stress dissipate.
A proud Relais & ChÃ¢teaux member, the Cashel Palace Hotel’s catering offer is exceptional in every way and the hotel also has two atmospheric bars. With a deep connection to the Golden Vale, the rich pastures that surround the hotel, Culinary Director Stephen Hayes serves exquisite modern Irish cuisine using a seasonal menu from the freshest local produce. Bishop’s Buttery offers formal dining, with casual dining, alfresco dining, and afternoon tea, all served in an array of beautiful settings. Today, the basement of Cashel Palace proudly houses the original Guinness Bar. In the 1740s, the Archbishop’s land agent, Richard Guinness brewed beer from hops grown in the palace garden and passed his know-how on to his son Arthur who used his 100-pound legacy. godfather, Archbishop Arthur Price, to purchase the 999-year lease. at St. James Gate and found his famous Guinness brewing empire. Cashel Palace is also an impressive choice for intimate private dining, with the Ballroom a glamorous choice for large celebrations and events. On the adjacent grounds, Mikey Ryan’s Bar & Kitchen, a casual dining option, welcomes locals and hotel guests to enjoy indoor and outdoor dining. Lovingly restored and reopened in 2017, Mikey Ryan’s has remained a city favorite and is an ever-popular choice for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Cashel Palace’s dedicated equestrian concierge arranges exhilarating equine adventures for guests through Tipperary’s Thoroughbred Trail. The Magnier family, owners of Cashel Palace, have been at the heart of the rich Irish tapestry of thoroughbred racing and breeding for generations, with their world-famous Coolmore stud farm just a few miles from the hotel. This passion for all things horses is expressed throughout the hotel and is conveyed to guests through an exciting program of equestrian experiences and exclusive access to some of the most prestigious racing and breeding facilities in the world. .
This landscape sets the stage for hotel guests to be active and make the most of their stay amidst beautiful lakes and scenic country roads. From casual kayaking to exhilarating rapids descents, there is something for all levels of kayaker on River Suir’s Blueway, located 12 miles from Cashel. It is perfect for a romantic riverside stroll or for a cycle of family adventure while discovering the stunning Irish countryside and its rich cultural heritage. Spectacular hiking and biking trails, private fishing trips, and golf tours provide experiences for all types of guests.
Home to some of the country’s most fertile hills, Tipperary is an incredible place to enjoy the delicacies of the land with some of Ireland’s best food producers on its doorstep. There are a number of culinary tours offered by some farmers, growers and artisan food producers for a real taste of Tipperary and exciting food and drink adventures.
True to its aspirations for excellence, Cashel Palace has followed best practices in construction, catering, procurement and energy to ensure that the sustainability model stands up to the highest level of scrutiny. They have adopted the Relais & ChÃ¢teaux manifesto of âmaking the world a better place through food and hospitalityâ, following a philosophy that is better for the environment and their guests.