Horse And Jockey Hotel, Thurles



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Hotel Overview

Welcome to the Horse & Jockey Hotel. Whether your visit to our Hotel brings you to Tipperary for Business or Leisure, we will combine business with pleasure, style with substance and provide you with a successful combination of service and style. The hotel is also perfect for those wanting to get away from the stresses of day to day life, indulge in the tranquillity of the Elemis SPA or enjoy some quality family time. The modern exterior of this is mirrored by bright, airy and spacious contemporary-designed interiors and sumptuous soft furnishings throughout giving an atmosphere of comfort and ease.

Room Information

We offer guests luxury accommodation in 65 spacious bedrooms, a restaurant, bar and fully equipped conference facilities.

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar
  • Business Centre
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Spa & Wellness Centre

Food & Beverage

Silks Restaurant provides the best of County Tipperary's local produce coupled with quality service in a relaxing atmosphere.      The Enclosure Bar has a warm old world setting where casual dining is available throughout the day from our extensive bar food and À la Carte menus.     The Café Bar provides a comfortable atmosphere where one can enjoy our freshly baked pastries, speciality teas & coffees.

Area Information

The Horse & Jockey Hotel is perfectly situated to discover the South East and explore its environs.    ‘The Rock’, remains one of Ireland’s most spectacular landmarks rising about the plain and dominating the surrounding area. Set on an outcrop of limestone in the heart of the Golden Vale it was once the seat of the High Kings of Munster.      Cahir Castle is one of the largest and best preserved of its type in the country and is situated on a rocky outcrop in the River Suir.      As the name of the hotel and in fact village suggests, horses are the local passion. In and around the market town of Fethard the Coolmore farms occupy some of the finest lands in Ireland and are home to Ballydoyle, undisputedly the best stud farm in the world.      A county of high hills and verdant valleys, Tipperary offers the walker spectacular views in idyllic countryside locations. The Glen of Aherlow, Hills of Upperchurch & the Galtee mountains all attract visitors from near and far offering walks of varying difficulties.

Map & Directions

Situated on the main Dublin to Cork Road (N8), 14 kms north of Cashel town.

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