Opened in March 2022, the Cashel Palace Hotel offers 42 unique bedrooms including 8 sumptuous suites. This iconic residence encompasses The Bishop’s Buttery Restaurant, which serves a seasonal menu from the freshest local produce, and the original Guinness Bar. New additions to the hotel will include a magnificent ballroom and indulgent spa overlooking the gardens.
"This pleasingly prim, Queen Anne-style mansion dating from 1734 is shaping up to be the dream bijou bolt hole when it reopens in spring 2022. It has welcomed the likes of Jackie Kennedy and Richard Burton in the past and there’s a nod to the building’s history at the new restaurant Bishop’s Buttery."
"Roughly two hours from Dublin, Relais & Châteaux's newly refurbished Cashel Palace Hotel in County Tipperary is slated to reopen in August 2021. The stately manor, built for an archbishop in 1734, now has an array of modern amenities including a spa and sauna, indoor pool, elevators, and air-conditioned guest rooms."
Built in 1732 and steeped in history, this former Archbishop's grand country house became a hotel in the early 1960's and hosted many famous visitors and friends alike; coming to view the world-renowned Rock of Cashel from the hotel’s historic gardens and to explore Ireland from this charming market town in Tipperary.
33 Rooms, 8 Suites
Cashel Palace’s suites offer Palladian, palatial perfection. Deeply luxurious and spacious, each irresistible suite draws on the rich history of this great house. Individually designed to offer exceptional privacy and style, surrender to first class comforts, breathtaking views and a new kind of luxury.
ORK, Cork or DUB, Dublin
In the 1740’s, the Archbishop’s Land Agent, Richard Guinness, brewed ale using hops grown in the Palace’s gardens and passed his expertise onto his son Arthur who used the £100 inheritance from his Godfather, Archbishop Arthur Price, to buy the 999-year lease in St James Gate and start his famous eponymous brewing empire.
Cashel Palace may have been built over 290 years ago, but their sustainability credentials are both current and contemporary, which include NZEB Specifications, namely Nearly Zero Energy Building. The restoration is overseen by conservation architects to ensure as much of the original palace is preserved.
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A five-star hotel in the heart of county Tipperary, Cashel Palace epitomizes the finest of Irish hospitality. Set within a magnificent Palladian manor, built in 1732, this landmark address has been meticulously restored to create a truly desirable destination hotel. Cashel Palace is an impressive choice for special occasions, whether it's large events in the elegant ballroom or intimate affairs in one of the private dining suites.
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