Golden Year's Break at the 4 star Anner Hotel Thurles
Choose a Golden Year's Hotel Break in Tipperary
Looking for a golden year's break to dine, relax and unwind...
Choose the 4 star Anner Hotel where we offer one, two and three night packages, each including Full Irish Breakfast each morning, dinner on one evening of your choice, full use of our leisure facilities including a 18 m swimming pool, comfy beds with pillow topped mattresses, an outdoor terrace and landscaped manicured gardens to explore.
We also boast a variety of historic attractions to visit during your stay. Holycross Abbey located just 7 km from The Anner Hotel spans 10 centuries of a changing social, political and religious landscape, in the very heart of Ireland. Nearby is the unique Farney Castle where you will receive a warm welcome from Cyril Cullen and his wife Marg. A further 2km will bring you to Cormackstown Heritage Centre owned and run by Patrick Slattery who has a treasure trove which is sure to stir memories of times gone by. If you need to stretch your legs, head to Templemore. Here you can choose between a walk in the town park, feed the ducks and say 'hello' to the Fairies. Alternatively take a moderate hike up to The Devil's Bit where you will be seduced with a breathtaking view across the rich agricultural land known as the Golden Vale. Outside Templemore, a wonderful place to visit is Loughmore Village, burial place of the Cormack Brothers and home to Irelands first co-operative shop and team rooms, The Cottage Loughmore. Finally no trip to Thurles would be complete without visiting Thurles Cathedral with its magnificent colourful interior and peaceful ambience.
Cashel Folk Village just 20 minutes from the hotel is a delightful series of informal reconstructions of various traditional thatched village shops, a forge, and other businesses, together with a penal Chapel.
Whilst the infamous Rock of Cashel which houses the museum where the original Cross of St. Patrick can be found is a must visit during your stay.
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