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

+353 52 6188700 info@clonmelparkhotel.com

Location

The Clonmel Park Hotel is ideally located in the heart of county Tipperary in the scenic ‘Sunny South East’. Located on the outskirts of the busy town of Clonmel the Clonmel Park Hotel is an excellent base to choose when visiting any of the historic & iconic Tipperary tourist attractions.

Fancy a spot of retail therapy then the main street of Clonmel town is only a 5 minute drive away. The busy ‘Showground’s Shopping Centre’ which is a haven of retail outlets a sample including Edinburgh Woollen Mills, TK MAX, Marks & Spencer’s, Pamela Scott, Sports Savers, Eason’s, Sam McCauley, BB Muffins, Iceland, Golden Disc’s, Evolution, Vila Clothing, Only, Piggy’s Shoes & Name It.

Blarney Woollen Mills with its ‘Tipperary Crystal’ Showroom is also only 15 minutes’ drive from the hotel.

The Clonmel Park Hotel is only a 20 minute drive from the famous Rock of Cashel in the tourist hot spot of Cashel town.

Cahir Castle & the very ornate ‘Swiss Cottage’ is only a mere 10 minute drive from the hotel.

With its very central location this Tipperary Hotel is the ideal base for your next break away in Ireland for either a family break or a romantic break for two.

GPS Coordinates:

Hotel Satellite Navigation Points Co-ordinates N52-21.365 W7-44.299

From Dublin

  • From M50 motorway continue forward onto N7 (signposted Limerick)
  • Continue forward to join Motorway M7 (signposted Limerick, Cork)
  • Continue through Portlaoise Main Toll Plaza
  • Leave the M7 motorway at junction 19, then join the M8 motorway (signposted Cork)
  • Leave the M8 at junction 10, then at roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N24 (signposted Waterford)
  • Bear left onto the N24 (signposted Waterford, Clonmel)
  • At Cahir Road Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Cahir Road Roundabout (signposted Town Centre)
  • Take first turn on left & left again to arrive at Clonmel Park Hotel

From Cork

  • From Jack Lynch Tunnel
  • Continue forward onto M8 motorway (signposted Dublin)
  • M8 Toll Plaza
  • Leave the M8 at junction 10, at roundabout take the 3rd exit merging onto the N24
  • At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N24 (signposted Waterford)
  • At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N24 (signposted Waterford, Clonmel)
  • Continue forward on N24
  • At Cahir Road Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Cahir Road (signposted Town Centre)
  • Take first turn on left & left again to arrive at Clonmel Park Hotel

From Limerick

  • Bear left onto Henry Street - N20
  • Turn right onto Sarsfield Street - N24
  • At Tipperary Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N24 (signposted Waterford)
  • At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N24
  • Continue forward onto the N24. Entering Boher, Pallasgreen, Oola, Monard, Limerick Junction
  • Continue forward onto Limerick Road - N24. Entering Tipperary Town
  • Continue through Tipperary Town centre
  • At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Bansha Road - N24 (signposted Waterford)
  • Continue forward onto the N24. Entering Bansha
  • At roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N24 (Signposted Waterford)
  • Continue forward on the Cahir by-pass
  • At the next roundabout take the 1st exit (signposted Waterford, Clonmel)
  • At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N24 (signposted Waterford, Clonmel)
  • At the next roundabout take the 1st exit
  • Continue forward on the N24
  • At the Cahir Road roundabout take the 2nd exit (signposted town centre)
  • Take first turn on left at the small roundabout & left again to arrive at Clonmel Park Hotel

 From Kilkenny

  • Continue forward onto Callan Road
  • At College Road Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Callan Road
  • At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N76 (signposted Clonmel)
  • Continue forward onto the N76. Entering Grangecuffe
  • Continue forward onto the N76. Entering Poulacapple
  • Continue forward onto the N76. Entering Ninemilehouse
  • Continue forward onto the N76. Entering Grangemockler
  • At crossroads continue forward onto the N76 (signposted Clonmel)
  • At Killheffernan Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N24 (signposted Limerick)
  • Continue forward onto Waterford Road - N24. Entering Clonmel
  • At Bulmer’s Roundabout take the 2nd exit
  • At Moangarrif Roundabout take the 2nd exit
  • Following the signs to the Poppy Fields continue straight on at the next 4 roundabouts - Carrigeen, Tesco, and Fethard Rd & Cashel
  • At the Cahir Road roundabout take first left
  • Take next left and Clonmel Park Hotel on left hand side

From Waterford

  • From Waterford Quay
  • Cross River Suir over Rice Bridge
  • At roundabout take the 1st exit onto Newrath road - R448 (signposted Dublin, Limerick, and Cork)
  • At Newrath roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the R683 (signposted Dublin, Limerick, and Cork)
  • At Grannagh Junction roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N9 (signposted Dublin M9, Limerick)
  • At Quarry roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N24 (signposted Limerick)
  • Continue forward onto the N24. Entering Mooncoin
  • Continue forward onto the N24. Entering Carrick-on-Suir
  • Continue forward onto the N24 (signposted Limerick)
  • At mini-roundabout bear left onto John Street- N24
  • Continue forward onto the N24 (signposted Clonmel) Entering Kilsheelan
  • At Killheffernan Roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N24 (signposted Limerick, Clonmel)
  • At Bulmer’s Roundabout take 2nd exit
  • Take 2nd exit off Moongarriff roundabout
  • Continue on straight through the next 4 roundabouts Carrigeen, Tesco, Fethard, and Cashel following signs to the Poppyfield
  • At the Cahir road roundabout take first left
  • Take next left and Clonmel Park Hotel on left hand side
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From Wexford

  • At New Ross roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N25 (signposted Cork, New Ross)
  • Continue forward onto The Quay- N25 Entering New Ross
  • At traffic signals turn left onto the N25 (signposted Waterford)
  • At Luffany roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the N25 (signposted Cork) onto Waterford Northern Bypass
  • Branch left, then at Grannagh Junction roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the N9 (signposted Dublin M9, Limerick)
  • Continue forward onto the N24. Entering Mooncoin
  • Continue forward onto the N24. Entering Carrick-on-Suir
  • Continue forward onto the N24 (signposted Clonmel) Entering Kilsheelan
  • At Killheffernan Roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N24 (signposted Limerick)
  • At Bulmer’s roundabout take 2nd exit
  • Take second exit off Moongarriff roundabout
  • Continue on straight through the next 4 roundabouts Carrigeen, Tesco, Fethard, and Cashel following signs to the Poppyfield
  • At the Cahir roundabout take first left
  • Take next left and Clonmel Park Hotel on left hand side

Location

The Clonmel Park Hotel is ideally located in the heart of county Tipperary in the scenic ‘Sunny South East’. Located on the outskirts of the busy town of Clonmel the Clonmel Park Hotel is an excellent base to choose when visiting any of the historic & iconic Tipperary tourist attractions.

Fancy a spot of retail therapy then the main street of Clonmel town is only a 5 minute drive away. The busy ‘Showground’s Shopping Centre’ which is a haven of retail outlets a sample including Edinburgh Woollen Mills, TK MAX, Marks & Spencer’s, Pamela Scott, Sports Savers, Eason’s, Sam McCauley, BB Muffins, Iceland, Golden Disc’s, Evolution, Vila Clothing, Only, Piggy’s Shoes & Name It.

Blarney Woollen Mills with its ‘Tipperary Crystal’ Showroom is also only 15 minutes’ drive from the hotel.

The Clonmel Park Hotel is only a 20 minute drive from the famous Rock of Cashel in the tourist hot spot of Cashel town.

Cahir Castle & the very ornate ‘Swiss Cottage’ is only a mere 10 minute drive from the hotel.

With its very central location this Tipperary Hotel is the ideal base for your next break away in Ireland for either a family break or a romantic break for two.

GPS Coordinates:

Hotel Satellite Navigation Points Co-ordinates N52-21.365 W7-44.299

From Dublin

From Cork

From Limerick

 From Kilkenny

From Waterford

From Wexford

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