Tipperary Hotels

Tipperary, Ireland

Search over 1 million properties and 550 airlines worldwide

Search over 1 million flights, hotels, packages, and more

No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation

Check Tipperary hotel prices

Check prices in Tipperary for tonight, 26 Feb - 27 Feb26 Feb - 27 Feb
Check prices in Tipperary for tomorrow night, 27 Feb - 28 Feb27 Feb - 28 Feb
Check prices in Tipperary for this weekend, 28 Feb - 1 Mar28 Feb - 1 Mar
Check prices in Tipperary for next weekend, 6 Mar - 8 Mar6 Mar - 8 Mar
Tipperary, Ireland

Top 10 Hotels in Tipperary

Ballinacourty House
4 out of 5
Glen of Aherlow, Tipperary, Tipperary
Get Rates
4.9/5Exceptional! (45 reviews)

"Mary was an amazing host. The room was cozy with a comfy bed. The property is in a country setting and very picturesque. We also ate dinner at their restaurant. The food was amazing. As was a breakfast the next day. Highly recommend both the B&B and the restaurant."…"

Reviewed on 10 Nov 2019

Ballinacourty House
O'briens Cashel Lodge
2 out of 5
Rock House, St Patrick's Rock, Cashel, Tipperary (county)
Get Rates
4.9/5Exceptional! (55 reviews)

"Great, authentic B+B walking distance from the Rock of Cashel and the town of Cashel. It is accross the street from Hore Abbey, another historic soye worth seeing ( at no charge )"…"

Reviewed on 9 Oct 2019

O'briens Cashel Lodge
Ach na Sheen Guest House
2 out of 5
N24 Bansha Rd and Pearse Park, Tipperary, Tipperary
Get Rates
4.6/5Exceptional! (37 reviews)

"Sylvia is a fantastic hostess! I’m so pleased with this B&B"…"

Reviewed on 16 Dec 2019

Ach na Sheen Guest House
Baileys Hotel Cashel
4 out of 5
42 Main Street, Cashel, Tipperary
Get Rates
4.7/5Exceptional! (340 reviews)

"Comfortable and convenient for our requirements. Lovely bistro and good breakfast"…"

Reviewed on 16 Feb 2020

Baileys Hotel Cashel
Traditional Irish Thatch Cottage -for a Relaxing, Charming and Tranquil Stay
5/5Exceptional! (2 reviews)
A TRUE TRADITIONAL IRISH THATCH

"THIS IRISH COTTAGE WAS JUST WHAT WE WANTED FELT LIKE JOHN WAYNE AND MAUREEN O'HARA STRAIGHT OUT OF THE QUIET MAN, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE. WARM FIRE, BOTTLE OF WINE, DEEP CLAW TUB, DOWN PILLOWS, ALL DONE WITH AUTHENTIC DETAIL. CENTRAL LOCATION FOR DAY TRIPS CONG, CORK, GALWAY, WATERFORD, LIMERICK ALL ..."…"

Reviewed on 19 Sep 2019

Traditional Irish Thatch Cottage -for a Relaxing, Charming and Tranquil Stay
Great National Abbey Court Hotel, Lodges and Trinity Leisure Spa
Get Rates
4.2/5Excellent! (252 reviews)

"Lovely people and Hotel. I found the bed to be very comfortable and the room warm but not hot. I absolutely will come again!!"…"

Reviewed on 12 Dec 2019

Great National Abbey Court Hotel, Lodges and Trinity Leisure Spa
Horse and Jockey Hotel
4 out of 5
Horse and Jockey, Thurles, Tipperary
Get Rates
4.5/5Wonderful! (168 reviews)

"Excellent large room and bathroom, great location near Rock of Cashel and Kilkenny. Pool and hot tub closed inexplicably early at 7pm, so were unable to use them. Since this was one of the primary reasons we chose the hotel, this was quite disappointing."…"

Reviewed on 6 Jan 2020

Horse and Jockey Hotel
Anner Hotel
4 out of 5
Dublin Road, Thurles, County Tipperary
Get Rates
4.2/5Very Good! (92 reviews)

"Good location, friendly staff, well appointed and clean."…"

Reviewed on 1 Oct 2019

Anner Hotel
Clonmel Park Hotel
4 out of 5
Cahir Road, Clonmel, Tipperary
Get Rates
4.1/5Very Good! (315 reviews)

"Double room was very spacious. Lots of mirrors and plug sockets and plenty of light. Room and bathroom were very clean. Staff were extremely nice and receptionist couldn't be nicer or more helpful (think her name was Catriona). Will definitely be returning."…"

Reviewed on 16 Feb 2020

Clonmel Park Hotel
Great National Ballykisteen Golf Hotel
4 out of 5
Limerick Junction, Tipperary, Co Tipperary
Get Rates
4.4/5Excellent! (139 reviews)
ll good

"All good. Nice place, comfy bed"…"

Reviewed on 21 Oct 2019

Great National Ballykisteen Golf Hotel
Can't see what you're looking for?
See all available properties in Tipperary
View all properties
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Tipperary Travel Guide

A county steeped in history and heritage, Tipperary was once the location of the High King of Munster, and was also an area of huge importance under the reign of Ireland’s most famous king, Brian Boru. The castles, abbey’s and monasteries of Tipperary ensure you will get a real feel for the history and beauty of this famous county.

Best Attractions in Tipperary

If you are considering a break in Tipperary, the county has plenty of choice whether you’re looking for an overnight stay or an extended break. The county’s most iconic attraction is the famous Rock of Cashel, one of Ireland’s most visited tourist attraction. Dominating the Cashel skyline, ‘Patrick’s Rock’ as it is sometimes known (due to its association with St Patrick) is home to several ancient buildings and was once the capital of Munster, and the ancient seat for the High King of Munster. The Rock of Cashel has buildings dating back to the 12th century, and is also home to one of the finest collection of Celtic art anywhere in Europe. The town of Cashel provides plenty of choice when it comes to food and drink, and is a great base for exploring Tipperary.

Tipperary is also home to several stunning castles, and indeed, you won’t have too far to travel to get up close and personal with one of Tipperary’s many castles. While the Rock of Cashel has the remains of an original castle, other popular castles to consider visiting in Tipperary include Cahir Castle, Nenagh Castle and Loughmore Castle.

Along with castles, the county has several abbeys which help tell the story of the heritage of this land. Holy Cross Abbey near the town of Thurles is the county’s most iconic abbey, and a location well worth exploring, while Hore Abbey and Kilcooley Abbey are both popular with visitors to the area. You can also explore more about the heritage of Tipperary by visiting one of several heritage centres in the area, including Nenagh Heritage Centre, Slieveardagh Heritage Centre, Cashel Heritage Centre and Carrick-On-Suir Heritage Centre and Friary.

Scenery and Sport in Tipperary

Tipperary is one of three counties that surround the picturesque Lough Derg, the second largest lake in Ireland, and the Lough Derg Scenic Drive is a great way to spend a day exploring the stunning scenery of the surrounding area. The idyllic towns of Nenagh, Ballina and Portroe are all worth stopping off in as you explore Lough Derg, although you will discover many stunning viewpoints should you decide to drive the 125km loop. If it’s scenic walks that you’re after then look no further than the vast Galtee Mountains, part of the wonderful Golden Vale.

As well as the stunning landscape and historic lands, Tipperary is a great location to enjoy sport, with Semple Stadium a real cauldron of emotion come championship season. A proud hurling county, if you’re planning a trip to ‘Tipp’ during Championship season, whether it’s round ball or sliotar, do your best to get in and sample the amazing Semple atmosphere come match day. Semple Stadium is located in Thurles, another popular destination. If you’re planning a short trip to Thurles, or indeed Tipperary, be sure to pencil in some time to visit Lár na Páirce Museum, Ireland’s first, and oldest museum dedicated to GAA.

Finish your trip to Tipperary by embarking on the Butler Trail, a trail of some of the county’s most historic towns, and the land that was shaped by the famous Butler dynasty of Tipperary. This trail will take you through towns like Cahir, Carrick-on-Sur and Clonmel (home of Bulmers Irish Cider), where the 800-year old Butler story is told.

More trip options

Recently booked Tipperary hotels

Recent Reviews in Tipperary