This is a combination B&B and Hostel, however, they operate as two separate entities. This was our first stop in Ireland so we were not sure what to expect. It is located on John Street which is a sort of alley way. We were there on a weekend so parking on street was free, but I imagine that parking would be difficult during the week. There were five of us in a family style room. The beds were comfortable for the most part. The bathroom was clean and the decor was pleasant. PJ was very accomdating and helpful. We had a slight problem with the smoke alarm, but those things happen. The breakfast was fine, though you don't go to Ireland for their cooking. IF I were traveling in that area again, I would definately stay here again. The price was fair in comparrison with other B&Bs and they were very nice. It is conveniently located near the Rock and the town square. We ended up eating dinner at The Rock Cafe. Avoid that at all costs. Food was marginal at best and very expensive when you consider what you are getting. It is a glorified sub shop and for the five of us is cost 50 Euros. And we did not eat like kings. For a little more money I should have gone to a nicer restaurant. But this being our first night I didn't know better. There was also a beautiful Catholic Church right up the street. The Rock of Cashel was also amazing and the free (for the price of admission) tours are fasinating.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A very warm Irish welcome awaits at Cashel Town Bed & Breakfast. Situated in the center of town in a quiet street. Just few minutes walk to all the bars, restaurants, supermarkets & the most historical castle in Ireland-The Rock of Cashel. You will find this lovely Georgian town house the perfect base to explore this historic town and beautiful part of Tipperary. Built in 1808, the house has recently been refurbished to create warm and homely bed and breakfast accommodation in the historic town of Cashel. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cashel Town b&b
- Cashel Town Hotel Cashel