Fall into Autumn
Unwind and relax with an Autumn Break to Tipperary and stay at the 4 star Anner Hotel, Thurles
Autumn time is perhaps the loveliest times of year to enjoy a break away - crisp air and colourful scenery.
The 4 Star Anner Hotel is ideally located on the outskirts of Thurles, Co. Tipperary to enjoy the perfect mix of relaxing hotel accommodation and an amazing surrounding area for an Autumn Break to Tipperary.
Choose the 4 star Anner Hotel where you will be welcomed with a friendly smile, genuine service and the hospitality which our Hotel Team are famous for.
The 4 Star Anner Hotel located on the outskirts of Thurles , Co. Tipperary is set on private grounds with beautifully manicured gardens. Our Rooms are generously draped in crisp white linen and comfy pillows, decorated in soothing palettes of tranquil tones and rich textured fabrics.
Enjoy time away with Family & Friends where you can enjoy free access to our Leisure centre with its 18m pool and fully equipped gym,
Lots to see and lots to do during Autumn Breaks in Tippeary
Located just 7 km from The Anner Hotel Holycross Abbey a must visit which spans 10 centuries of a changing social, political and religious landscape, in the very heart of Ireland.
Visit the Rock of Cashel 20 minutes drive from the hotel. According to local legends, the Rock of Cashel originated in the Devil's Bit, a mountain 30 km north of Cashel when St. Patrick banished Satan from a cave, resulting in the Rock's landing in Cashel.
Visit the attractive and elegant town of Cahir situated on the River Suir developed around the magnificent 13th Century Cahir Castle,Two kilometres from the town is the Swiss Cottage, a delightful 19th century cottage orne, designed by regency architect John Nash.
Located in the heart of the Golden Vale, Fethard Horse Country Experience offers visitors the opportunity to discover the rich culture, heritage and history of the region. Part of Ireland’s Ancient East, this state-of-the-art interactive experience examines the relationship between the people, the land and the horse revealing how they are all inextricably linked.
Well worth a visit during your Autumn break.