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Local activities & attractions

Located in the heart of the Golden Vale, a wealth of activities and local attractions are all within easy reach:

RIVER SUIR & MARINA - within 2 minutes walk (tokens for Marina available at Reception). The Suir is a noted trout river with good salmon runs. The Salmon & Trout seasons traditionally open on 1st February and 17th March respectively and close on 30th September. Permits are available locally.

Carrick on Suir Golf Course– a challenging 18 hole Golf Course located on the hills overlooking Carrick and the valley —special green fees available for residents. For more details please visit: www.carrickgolfclub.com

Ormonde Castle & Tudor Manor House—located in the heart of the town, well worth a visit to step back into history.

Heritage Centre—just 2 minutes walk from the hotel, a wealth of local history including documents artifacts & photographs of the town and area.

Curraghmore House - magnificent home of the Marquis of Waterford & his ancestors since 1170. Outstanding Arboretum and a unique shell grotto. The interior of the house contains exceptionally fine plasterwork and is well worth a visit.

Horseracing—Tipperary is the birthplace for some of the world’s most successful bloodstock. Choose from Clonmel, Thurles, Tipperary Racecourses as well as Gowran Park in Kilkenny & Tramore in County Waterford.

For more details on your visit to Carrick on Suir, please visit: www.carrickonsuir.info

Other interests and activities in Tipperary include:

  • Ahenny High Crosses & Slate Quarries - with Sculptural displays
  • Walking and Car Touring Routes—the Slievenamon Drive, Glen of Aherlow, The East Munster Way·
  • Blarney Woollen Mills & Dove Hill Design Centre
  • Waterford & Suir Valley Railway
  • Tipperary EXCEL Heritage Centre, Tipperary Town
  • Tipperary County Museum, Clonmel
  • Cahir Castle & Swiss Cottage
  • The Rock of Cashel
  • Lismore Castle Gardens
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