Situated in its own private woodlands on the slopes of Sliabh na muc, Aherlow House Hotel & Lodges offer a magnificent view of the Galtee Mountain range and the Glen of Aherlow. The name Sliabh na muc (Mountain of the Pigs) is derived from the legendary slaying of a sow by Fionn Mac Cumhaill. The sow called Beo, had devastated much of Munster. Fionn had a pair of spears forged locally and killed the sow. He then took the sows head as a bridal gift to Cruithne, the smiths daughter. On the summit of the Ridge are two Megalithic Tombs, styled Diarmuid agus Grainnes Beds, the legendary pair are said to have rested here in their flight from the angry Fionn. At the courtyard entrance to the hotel, you will find an Ogham Stone depicting some of the ancient Celtic alphabet of straight lines meeting or crossing the edge of the stone.
Aherlow House is close to some of the most famous tourist attractions such as The Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle, and within its hinterland, there are some beautiful places of interest to visit. Tipperary Town immortalised in the song, Its a long way to Tipperary, is only a ten-minute drive.
Once you cancel your booking up to 48 hours prior to arrival you will not incur a cancellation fee from the hotel. Cancellations that are made within 48 hours prior to arrival and no shows at the hotel will be charged the 1st night of the stay to your card. Please note that your booking deposit is non refundable.