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© Clonmel Park Hotel
Cahir Road Roundabout, Clonmel,
Co. Tipperary, E91 X0N7, Ireland

+353 52 6188700 info@clonmelparkhotel.com

Part of the Tetrarch Hospitality Group

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Golf Breaks

Get that perfect ‘Hole in One’ in Tipperary 
 
With a wealth of some of the best golf courses in Ireland, why not consider the Clonmel Park Hotel for your next golf break away. If it is just a game of golf for two or else you and your society we cater for everyone! 
 
With some of the best golf courses in Tipperary within only minutes’ drive from the hotel the Clonmel Park Hotel is the perfect base to play these courses. 
 
With an exclusive offer with Clonmel Golf Club the hotel provides exceptional residential golf deals for all levels of golfers. 
 
The Clonmel Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Munster. It is a rolling parkland layout designed by the renowned course architect, Eddie Hackett; it is a mature 18-hole par 71 course measuring 6,366 yards. The ladies course measures 5,513 yards, par 74.
Set in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains with magnificent views across the valley of the River Suir and the rolling Waterford and Tipperary countryside towards Slievenamon, the scenery and the surrounding landscape will take your breath away!  
 
So why not check in to the luxury of 4 star Clonmel Park Hotel, enjoy a healthy breakfast on each morning of your stay, and dine like a King or Queen in the contemporary surroundings of Howards Restaurant. Thinking of staying over and playing this magnificent course, then click here for the ‘Stay & Play Packages’. 
 
If you have already booked your reservation at the Clonmel Park Hotel or just over on business and want to finish the day with a great game of golf then why not ring the club directly on 052-6124050, by quoting ‘The Clonmel Park Hotel’, and avail of a very unique offer of Green Fees for two people and full use of a golf buggy all for only €60. 
 
More information on this superb course can be found on www.clonmelgolfclub.com

Golf Breaks

Get that perfect ‘Hole in One’ in Tipperary 
 
With a wealth of some of the best golf courses in Ireland, why not consider the Clonmel Park Hotel for your next golf break away. If it is just a game of golf for two or else you and your society we cater for everyone! 
 
With some of the best golf courses in Tipperary within only minutes’ drive from the hotel the Clonmel Park Hotel is the perfect base to play these courses. 
 
With an exclusive offer with Clonmel Golf Club the hotel provides exceptional residential golf deals for all levels of golfers. 
 
The Clonmel Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Munster. It is a rolling parkland layout designed by the renowned course architect, Eddie Hackett; it is a mature 18-hole par 71 course measuring 6,366 yards. The ladies course measures 5,513 yards, par 74.
Set in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains with magnificent views across the valley of the River Suir and the rolling Waterford and Tipperary countryside towards Slievenamon, the scenery and the surrounding landscape will take your breath away!  
 
So why not check in to the luxury of 4 star Clonmel Park Hotel, enjoy a healthy breakfast on each morning of your stay, and dine like a King or Queen in the contemporary surroundings of Howards Restaurant. Thinking of staying over and playing this magnificent course, then click here for the ‘Stay & Play Packages’. 
 
If you have already booked your reservation at the Clonmel Park Hotel or just over on business and want to finish the day with a great game of golf then why not ring the club directly on 052-6124050, by quoting ‘The Clonmel Park Hotel’, and avail of a very unique offer of Green Fees for two people and full use of a golf buggy all for only €60. 
 
More information on this superb course can be found on www.clonmelgolfclub.com
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