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Glen of Aherlow, TIPPERARY, Co Tipperary,
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Aisling is close to Tipperary on the R664, Glen of Aherlow road. The bedrooms are well furnished and attractively decorated. There is a comfortable guest sitting room and a delightful garden with patio seating. Marian and Bob are helpful hosts, happy to arrange day trips, and provide maps and information on the locality.

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Horse and Jockey Hotel

Horse and Jockey, Co. Tipperary
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Located just off the motorway, this hotel offers smart and well-appointed bedrooms which are very comfortable. Dining options are the Enclosure Bar with a varied menu, and for more formal dining in the evening there is Silks Restaurant. There is also a well-equipped leisure centre with spa treatments and an equestrian themed gift shop. The conference facilities include ten self-contained meeting rooms and a tiered auditorium seating 200 delegates.

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Hotel Minella

Coleviolle road, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
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This family-run hotel is set in nine acres of well-tended gardens on the banks of the Suir River. The hotel originates from the 1860s, and the public areas include a cocktail bar and a range of lounges; some of the bedrooms are particularly spacious. The leisure centre in the grounds is noteworthy. Two-bedroom holiday homes are also available.

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Inch House Country House and Restaurant

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This lovely Georgian house, at the heart of a working farm, was built in 1720 and is lovingly maintained by the Egan family. The elegant drawing room ceiling is particularly outstanding among the grand public rooms, and the five spacious bedrooms are delightfully appointed. Reservations are essential in the fine restaurant, where an imaginative choice of freshly prepared dishes is on offer, with an emphasis on local produce. Some of the produce from the kitchen is available in a number of specialist outlets throughout the country.

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The Castle

Twomileborris, Co Tipperary

Pierce and Joan are very welcoming hosts. Their fascinating house, sheltered by a 16th-century tower house, has been in the Duggan family for 200 years. Bedrooms are comfortable and spacious, there is a relaxing lounge, and the dining room overlooks the delightful garden. Golf, fishing, hill walking, and traditional pubs and restaurants are all nearby. Dinner is available by arrangement.

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