Rock of Cashel (Cashel) Reviews
Description:Carraig Phadraig / Cashel / County Tipperary / Ireland
Newest Review: ... near the main entrance (arrange prior to visit) and a large car park at the base of the rock. You pay 4 Euroís for a whole dayís parking, although many people are fairly friendly and seem happy to offer you their pass if they are leaving. On the rock there are a few buildings. The main entrance building (Hall of the Vicars) houses a few bits of rare silverware and weapons and also St ... more
Customer Rock of Cashel (Cashel) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/10/07 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Having recently returned from a few days in Ireland (the second time in 3 years) I thought I should write about some of the places I have been. As there are separate categories on Dooyoo for many of the places I have been then Iíll start here at Cashel with the Rock of Cashel. Cashel was not somewhere I had heard of but in terms of size itís a fairly mid-range town for Ireland, there are a fair few shops and a few places to see. Itís also a busy tourist area. My brother in law mentioned about it as it is a famous archeological site and him being an Indiana Jones type (currently working on an IT helpdesk) wanted to go. The main place we went was ... Read the complete review
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