South Tipperary Cottages
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South Tipperary is an area renowned for its beautiful green countryside, lush forests and mountains, making this a favoured destination for rural retreats. Activities that can be enjoyed on a cottage break in South Tipperary include country walks, cycling or horse riding. Some even refer to some places such as the Rock of Cashel in South Tipperary as having a magical feel. Interesting towns and villages to visit whilst on a cottage holiday in South Tipperary include Bru Boru and Fethard. Even the names in this part of Ireland sound mysterious with beautiful sounding names such as the Vale of Honey and Vee Valley. The area of South Tipperary is indeed one where you can enjoy finding out about local legend and mystery on a cottage holiday. It is also an area many will be familiar with because of its reputation for breeding racehourses. South Tipperary is certainly an area with many attractions for cottage holidays.
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2 bedroom Irish Country Cottage, Ireland.
Get away for a rural retreat break in County Tipperary.
Special features: free internet access, tennis court.
Sleeps from 2 to 5 people in 2 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 4
Pet Friendly: Yes
Quality Rating: (4)
01244 500 540
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Next availability: from 14 February 2016 to 30 April 2016; from 07 May 2016 to 21 May 2016; from 28 May 2016 to 30 July 2016;