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    Nenagh Castle: Follow the 101 steps to the top of the Castle and enjoy the beautiful view over Nenagh.

    Nenagh Heritage Centre: local, unique museum where you get the chance to step back into the 19th century.

    Nenagh Golf Club: 120 acres Golf course

    Slieve Felim Way: hiking trail through the Silvermines Mountains

    Lough Derg: Only 10 kilometres north-west of Nenagh the lake Lough Derg offers you cruising, sailing, fishing and other water activities.

    Keeper Hill: Enjoy the fantastic view over the surrounding area on the highest mountain of the Silvermines area.

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    Ashley Park House offers you beautiful rooms in all categories.
    Single and Double Rooms
    Suites with en-suite facilities and lake-view
    Cottages: one bedroom apartment
    Lodges: two bedroom apartment

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    Ashley Park House offers its guests Traditional Full Irish Breakfast as well as lighter options like scrambled eggs, fresh fruits, wide range of marmalades & jams, pancakes or omelettes.

    Furthermore we offer a four course dinner on order.


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    Free WiFi in the main house.
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    Free parking on the property.
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    By car: On the N52, 7km (4 miles) north of Nenagh. Heading north, look for the lake on the left and go through the stone archway, past the gatehouse.
    By train/bus: Take the train to Nenagh Train station or take Bus Éireann to Nenagh - Banba Square. Please feel free to call us for organizing your way from Nenagh to Ashley Park House by taxi.
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    Ashley Park House sits peacefully in the middle of 76 acres of beech woodland and formal gardens in the heart of County Tipperary, six miles north of the busy market town of Nenagh. Enjoy the silent and tranquil atmosphere.
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    • Ardcroney
      2.13 Km from Ashley Park House
      Ardcroney, officially Ardcrony (Irish: Ard Cróine, meaning "Cronia's height"), is a village and townland on the N52 National secondary road 10 km (6.2 mi) north of Nenagh in County Tipperary, Ireland. It is also the name of a civil parish in the historical barony of Ormond Lower. It is halfway between Nenagh and Borrisokane.
    • Kilruane MacDonagh's GAA
      9.42 Km from Ashley Park House
      Kilruane MacDonagh's GAA is a Tipperary GAA club which is located in County Tipperary, Ireland. Both hurling and Gaelic football are played in the "North-Tipperary" divisional competitions. The club is centred on the villages of Kilruane, Ardcroney and Cloughjordan. The club was founded in 1937 and is named after Thomas MacDonagh, a signatory of the 1916 Proclamation who was born and lived in Cloughjordan. The clubhouse and playing field are located in Cloughjordan. The finest day in t...
    • Moneygall GAA
      16.34 Km from Ashley Park House
      Moneygall GAA is a Tipperary GAA-affiliated club which is located in County Tipperary in Ireland. Both hurling and Gaelic football are played in the "North-Tipperary" divisional competitions although it is mainly noted for the game of hurling. The club is beside the villages of Moneygall and Dunkerrin. The Tipperary-Offaly border runs along the southwest side of the playing pitch.
    • Birr Castle
      25.87 Km from Ashley Park House
      This article is about the castle in Birr, the town in Ireland. For alternative meanings see: Birr (disambiguation). Birr Castle (Irish: Caisleán Bhiorra) is a large castle in the town of Birr in County Offaly, Ireland. It is the home of the seventh Earl of Rosse, and as such the residential areas of the castle are not open to the public, though the grounds and gardens of the demesne are publicly accessible.
    • Birr GAA
      25.93 Km from Ashley Park House
      Birr GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the town of Birr in County Offaly, Ireland. The club is almost exclusively concerned with hurling and are one of the most successful club hurling teams in the country.
    • Leap Castle
      27.36 Km from Ashley Park House
      Leap Castle (pronounced “Lep”) is a castle in County Offaly, Ireland, about four miles north of the town of Roscrea on the R421.
    • Loughmore-Castleiney GAA
      31.48 Km from Ashley Park House
      Loughmore-Castleiney GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in County Tipperary, Ireland. The club competes in the Mid-Tipperary division of Tipperary GAA, and draws its players and support from the parish of the same name. The area comprises the villages of Loughmore and Castleiney with their surrounding hinterland.
    • Meelick-Eyrecourt
      32.39 Km from Ashley Park House
      Meelick-Eyrecourt is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in the east of County Galway, Ireland.
    • Kinnitty Castle
      37.52 Km from Ashley Park House
      Kinnitty Castle or Castle Bernard is a 19th-century gothic revival castle in Kinnitty (Cionn Eitigh), County Offaly, Ireland. It is located north of the Slieve Bloom Mountains on the R421 regional road between the villages of Kinnitty and Cadamstown. A nearby pyramid was built by the Bernard family who resided in the castle,
    • Thurles Gaels GAA
      38.02 Km from Ashley Park House
      Thurles Gaels GAA is a Tipperary GAA club which is located in County Tipperary, Ireland. Both hurling and Gaelic football are played in the "Mid-Tipperary" divisional competitions. The club is centred on the town of Thurles and its hinterland and is a combination of three clubs: Thurles Kickhams, Rahealty and Thurles Fennellys. The club was formed in 2005 under the name "Thurles KRF" it later changed its name to "Thurles Gaels" in 2009. In 2006 the decision was made...

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    • Limerick

      Limerick is in the south-west and the Republic of Ireland’s third largest city (after Dublin and Cork) with approximately 100.000 inhabitants.

      Limerick was not a pretty town in 1980. It looked a little run down and there was a lot of rubbish left on the streets. It looked poor. Frank McCourt’s book “Angela’s ashes” was very recognizable.

      Luckily the face of the town changed; Year by year the city improved; the shopping streets were modernized, the banks along the Shannon got nice walking paths and the council kept the city clean. Now, thirty years later Limerick is a town well worth visiting if you are in that part of the country. If you would like to see a large Irish town and observe the Irish in their daily lives, Limerick city center is the place to be. The city always seems to be busy, the numerous pubs and restaurants are always full of people.

      You would probably rate Limerick as an oversized provincial town with a lively center, the odd touristic attraction (King John’s castle) a large university campus with the natural beauty of the river Shannon flowing through it.

      The center of town has almost everything a city should have: hotels, shopping malls, boutiques, pharmacies, opticians, book shops, musea, an art gallery, parking areas, car rentals, cinema, theater, and lots of pubs and restaurants. The outskirts and estates usually have shopping areas and local pubs although some estates have neither of the two.

      In 2009 a brand new stadium in Thomond park was opened, the home of Munster Rugby. Besides the rugby competitions it also hosts concerts of the world’s leading musicians. The stadium towers over the local housing estate as a sort of symbol for ‘old and new’. The only things you will find missing in Limerick is a store that sells decent/sufficient art materials and general knowledge where to go for a swim.

      Limerick is close to Shannon Airport. It was easy to fly there until 2010 when the government unfortunately (for the tourists and the economy in the west of Ireland) decided that all international flights should go through Dublin airport. To ‘fly’ to Limerick is now only possible via Cork or Dublin, taking the bus or train for further transport or one of the inland flights that still go to Shannon Airport.

      Limerick has a great love for rugby.

      Limerick, Ireland

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    Graphic showing average weather in Ashley Park House in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 3.1 142.6 37.6 56.1
    Feb 3.4 94.4 38.1 37.2
    Mar 5 78.9 41 31.1
    Apr 6.8 71.5 44.2 28.1
    May 9.4 79 48.9 31.1
    Jun 12.1 75.4 53.8 29.7
    Jul 13.5 100.7 56.3 39.6
    Aug 13.3 100.5 55.9 39.6
    Sep 11.5 113.1 52.7 44.5
    Oct 8.5 117.5 47.3 46.3
    Nov 5.3 126 41.5 49.6
    Dec 3.8 153.7 38.8 60.5

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      • Really impressed with everyone at Ashley Park House for the care they took in looking after us and our guests last month. They were great from when we first arrived and all the way through, especially Margaret and PJ and helped us plan a brilliant event. We love the new pavilion and the incredible views of the lake - it was an excellent backdrop to the event. The meal was excellent and the facilities first class. We would really recommend the place - we had almost 300 guests and it all worked really well. We'll be back for the anniversary.
      • Beautiful surroundings. The accommodation is an old family owned manor house full of little quirks nooks and crannies. Warm atmospheric. The breakfast was lovely. Really enjoyed my stay.
      • Got married here and it was beautiful. The owner was a bit mean. For example 2 wedding guests who hadn't stayed in Ashley Park joined us for breakfast the morning after the wedding and a bit of a fuss was made about them being there until myself and the groom ensured we'd pay for their breakfast,plus she made a fuss because one a the wedding guests who was 9 had seconds at the meal and therefore she charged us for an adult portion. After the thousands we'd just spent she could or overlooked these little things... Plus rooms were not included in price.
      • Ashley Park House is a beautiful B&B that I fully recommend. We had our wedding in this unique and romantic venue. Margaret was a brilliant host, her and her staff were very professional and did everything they could to make our day exactly what we expected. We keep such priceless memories in this house that felt like our own for the few days we stayed in. The best place to stay in Ireland!
      • A marvellous place! Warm welcome, efficient staff, rooms well equipped, fine beds and excellent bed linen. Guests should make time to include walks to ring forts, magnificent trees, and around the beautiful lake. Peacock families and all sorts of wildlife, even an enormous brown hare make every stay memorable. This was my fourth extended visit, and each time I was delighted to see significant advances in the ongoing project of maintaining and restoring the house and grounds. I go there on my own to heal up after demanding work periods, but I can imagine how perfect it would be for a wedding or other function.


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        Name : Ashley Park House
        Address : Ashley Park House Burrisokane Road, Nenagh, Ashleypark, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
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