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Abbey Court Lodges, Dublin Road, Nenagh, Co.Tipperary - 8 Bedroom Lodge - Sleeps 16

Abbey Court Lodges, Dublin Road, Nenagh, Co.Tipperary - 8 Bedroom  Lodge - Sleeps 16

Bedrooms: 8
Bathrooms: 8
No of Guests: 16
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The Abbey Court Lodges are superb self-catering accommodation located on the grounds of Abbey Court Hotel on the outskirts of Nenagh town in County Tipperary. These exclusive 4-star, 8 Bedroom lodges provide excellent self-catering accommodation and are beautifully designed and extremely spacious. A real home away from home.

House layout
8 bedrooms:
7 double bedrooms
1 twin room

FACILITIES:
8 Bedroom Lodge - sleeps 16
Consists of 3 floors, (7 double bedrooms & 1 twin room)
1st bedroom downstairs & disabled bathroom with roll in shower
All rooms are tastefully decorated, luxurious and en-suite (apart from bedroom downstairs)
Dining area/kitchen & living area with Combi TV with electric Fire Place & wooden deck Patio Area for children as fence all the way around.
TV’s in all bedrooms
Electric heaters with thermostat can be controlled by guest
Guests have to supply own tea towels
Burglar Alarm for security
Utility room downstairs
All rooms have En-suite apart from bedroom on ground floor
Parking available in front of lodges
WIFI is available free of charge in all the lodges or you can avail of the computer in the hotel at a rate of €1.00 per 10-minute usage.
Bed Linen Supplied Free Central Heating - Electric Central Heating Extra Electricity Extra (NORMALLY A RATE OF €10.00 PER DAY) Television. Towels Supplied Free

Extras
Bed Linen Supplied Free
Central Heating - Electric
Central Heating Extra
Electricity Extra (NORMALLY A RATE OF €10.00 PER DAY-if a guest is staying a week or more then reception will read the meter on arrival and departure and charge accordingly.
Television.
Towels Supplied Free
No Pets Allowed

Outside
The busy town of Nenagh has a choice of interest and activities for visitors to the area.
Step back in time as you visit Nenagh Castle or Nenagh Heritage Centre. Golfers are never too far from their beloved sport since Nenagh Golf Club is a short distance away.
Within less than 90 minutes from Dublin, 60 minutes from Shannon and 45 minutes from Limerick or Galway this accommodation offers an ideal location for the holiday guest providing easy accessibility to the major towns and picturesque west coast of Ireland.
Call: +353 (0)53 9175481

Sitting room

  • Television

Kitchen

  • Cooking utensils
  • Cutlery
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric Cooker
  • Fridge with ice box
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Washing Machine with Dryer
  • Cups
  • Glasses
  • Plates

General

  • Private Parking
  • Travel Cot

Facilities

  • Self Catering on the grounds of Hotel
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Outdoors

  • Pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Garden Furniture
  • Enclosed Garden

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  • Essentials
Mitchelstown Caves Tipperary
Mitchelstown Caves in Co.Tipperary is considered one of the most spectacular caves in Ireland. The caves are amongst the finest Limestone caves in Europe, over 16 kms long and 5 kms wide. It is a spectacular place to visit and up to one 1 km deep. It has stalagmite and stalactite formations, the Tower of Babel standing 10 meters high. This place is a must see for everyone.

The Rock of Cashel
A spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th century Gothic cathedral, 15th century Castle and the restored Hall of the Vicars Choral. Here you can experience an audio-visual show and exhibitions. Access for visitors with disabilities by prior arrangement.

The Heritage Centre Cashel
At the Heritage Centre you can investigate the rich heritage of Cashel, one of Ireland's most significant Ecclesiastical Centres. It provides the visitor with a series of changing exhibitions, a large- scale model of Cashel in the 1640's, highlighting the lesser-known treasures of the town. Also here you can see the Cashel Folk Village a series of reconstructions of various traditional Shops, a forge, and other businesses.

St Patrick's Well
It is off the main Cahir Clonmel road and has been a place of pilgrimage for years. This is a beautiful and tranquil place to visit. There are the remains of a 17th century church incorporating Romanesque fragments of an older church. In it are the remains of the altar tomb of Nicholas White of Clonmel (d. 1622). The water from the well supposedly has great healing powers . In the freshwater spring are the remains of a very early Christian cross.

Lough Derg
This is the largest lake on the River Shannon. Its 13,000 hectares stretch 35 km from Portumna at its northern tip to Killaloe/Ballina at the most southerly point, and 12 km at its widest point, from Scarriff on the western shore to Youghal Bay on the eastern side. The lake is accessible by slipways and sheltered harbours and marinas dotted around the shore line.Lough Derg is also know as Irelands pleasure lake because of its wide range of activity’s . Spend the day fishing, cycling, walking, cruising or relaxing on the lakes shores. The Water sport facilities are world-class. There is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

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