Cahir House Hotel

Country: Ireland
City: Tipperary
Hotel Star Rating: 3 Star
Check In From: 3:00 pm
Check Out Up To: 12:00 pm

Hotel Description

Cahir House Hotel is described as the jewel in the centre of the heritage town of Cahir. The Hotel offers visitors modern facilities with the luxury of old world charm. Generations have used the hotel as a resting point on their journey since the time of the Bianconi horse drawn carriages in the 1800s.Free Wi-Fi available in ground floor area – Bar / Restaurant / Lobby / Snug & Library Available in bedrooms at a rate of 4 per day Family rooms consist of a double bed & single bed . A camp bed or cot is available on request

Area Description

The Heritage town of Cahir has lots to offer… the famous “Cahir Castle” is 50 metres from the hotel entrance and found on the river suir which is world famous for fly fishing. The beautiful Swiss Cottage is 2km from the hotel and can be reached by a very impressive and picturesque walk at the rear of the hotel. There is an 18 hole golf course 3 minutes from the hotel and 7 more courses within a 40 minute drive.The hotel is surrounded by 3 different mountain ranges ( Galtee, Knockmealdowns, Commeraghs) which provide great walks for hill walking enthusiasts.

Travel Description

The hotel is at the “crossroads to the south”, an hour from Cork/ Limerick/ Waterford and 2 hours from Dublin. The hotel is located in Cahir town square, 4 minutes off the M7 motorway at exit 11.

Cancellation Description

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.



Hotel Restaurant
  • Breakfast served
  • Dinner served
  • Lunch served
  • Early bird menu
  • Vegetarian options
Things To Do In The Area
  • Cycling
  • Local restaurants
  • Night clubs
  • Lakes
  • Visit local heritage sites
  • Cinema
  • Bowling
  • Horse riding
  • River fishing
  • Hill walking
  • Golfing
  • Shopping
  • Cafe
  • Visit castle
  • Near holy shrine
  • Horse racing
  • Local sightseeing
  • Historical trails
  • Walking trails
  • Live music venues
  • Guided tours
  • Pet farms
Hotel Venue Entertainment
  • Music venue for concerts
  • Wedding fair
  • Christmas parties
  • Banqueting rooms available
Hotel Guest Services
  • Wifi access at a charge
  • Breakfast served to your room
  • Ok for pets with notice
  • Wifi access in public areas
  • Free car parking
  • Limited free parking
  • Baby sitting on request
Hotel Meeting Rooms
  • Natural daylight
  • Refreshments available
  • Projector / screen available
  • Complimentary Wifi access
  • Dedicated organiser
  • Internet access
Hotel Leisure Club
  • Use of facilities nearby
  • Steam room
  • Spa treatments
  • Beauty salon
  • Baby changing area
Hotel Business Centre
  • Fax
  • Meeting rooms
  • Complimentary WIFI access available
  • Photocopying service
Hotel Bar
  • Bar food menu
  • Weekend Entertainment
  • High season entertainment
  • Fully licenced Bar
  • Sky sports available in bar
Hotel Children Facilities
  • Cot available on request

Reviews for `Cahir House Hotel`

Rachel scored 4 / 5 on 10/08/2017

Cahir had some old world charm. Staff were so welcoming and efficient. The food was excellent, and the rom was clean and comfortable. I enjoyed a very pleasent stay at the Cahir House Hotel.

Dermot scored 5 / 5 on 08/05/2017


Noel scored 4 / 5 on 21/03/2017

We stayed two nights b/b and one dinner, we enjoyed our stay the food was good, the staff were very friendly, the music in the bar on Friday night was was excellent not loud you hold a conversation or dance great.

Carol scored 5 / 5 on 07/03/2017

I loved this hotel in the centre of the town. Staff were lovely and welcoming, and could nt do enough for us. The hotel is very comfortable and our room was great quiet, and well equipped. lovely town castle 400 yards away and a lovely walk in the memorial park. Will go back so relaxing, and prices reasonable food beautiful, well worth a visit. Mark and Carol

Bart scored 3 / 5 on 28/11/2016

As previous reviews stated, décor in bedrooms is in dire need of updating, but rooms were fine other wise, maybe not quite adequately heated. Very homely feel in general and all staff were friendly and welcoming. Evening meal and breakfast were 4 star and it was lovely to receive complimentary admissions at reception to Cahir Castle which is really such a beautiful place to visit. I would recommend it and would go back. November 2016

Dcoc scored 3 / 5 on 16/11/2016

One night stay on a Saturday night - family of four. Had dinner that evening, food was good except somebody seems to like mayonaise as both my starter and my son's main had a lot of it! Breakfast was good with plenty of choice. Room was good size for four but soundproofing between the rooms is an issue - you can easily hear voices from the adjoining room.

Peter scored 4 / 5 on 15/03/2016

Lovely staff very friendly, couldn't do enough for you. Nice old cosy irish country style bar & hotel. Good food & drink, excellent variety. Very well situated in the middle of the square in Cahir. Bad points but (not many). Irish breakfast not great (fatty bacon not nice) I would search another supplier for bacon, black & white pudding. Décor could with some attention dated, especially bathroom facility (shampoo dispensers etc) On the whole lovely hotel. Lovely friendly crowd of local people I must say. Dublin business man.

Catriona scored 4 / 5 on 21/01/2016

Our stay in the hotel was a very positive experience. The breakfast was excellent. Staff were excellent. The only criticism I would have is that the bedrooms could do with makeover, they were pretty outdated. There is a very homely Atmosphere.

Andy scored 5 / 5 on 15/11/2015

Hotel is lovely staff are so nice

Martina scored 5 / 5 on 29/09/2015

Brilliant hotel lovely room lovely staff especially the bar man / waiter. Even when he was off duty my husband went for a glass of wine for me and didn't know what he wanted. Immediately the bar man who had served us earlier told the bar man who had replaced him what my wine was. The food was great .They were especially welcoming to my eleven year old son. The receptionist and house keeper upstairs were most helpful also. We stayed during ploughing which was a very busy time for the hotel. Couldn't give this lovely hotel enough praise

Jacinta scored 2 / 5 on 08/09/2015

Myself and my husband stayed at the hotel for our wedding anniversary on the 5th September. Although the food was really nice and I could not fault the staff our room was awful! We did not get a wink of sleep with a constant noise all night long which sounded like the engine of a plane!! I called reception and told them and the receptionist said she would call me back but never did so I called again after a few hours and I was answered by the bar man and he said he would pass on my message to reception but obviously never did as I still got no call back so we just lay awake all night!! Besides the noise in the room everytime someone walked passes our door we could hear the floor boards squeaking so unfortunately all in all our stay was ruined by this.

Thomas scored 4 / 5 on 01/09/2015

I must say my stay in Cahir House Hotel was excellent , the staff were courteous and helpful. I will stay there again.

Peter scored 5 / 5 on 05/08/2015

One night stay, we enjoyed a lovely evening meal and the breakfast was excellent. A very warm welcome from the reception to the catering staff. We certainly will look forward to returning sometime in the future.

Cashe scored 4 / 5 on 27/07/2015

Very Nice Hotel,Parked upon arrival to rear of hotel and had a little difficulty finding way to reception as no signage at all. Lovely quaint old style Hotel,we ate on the Lidl Breaks menu and very pleased with selection. Portion sizes are more than adequate and could not manage desert in spite of some lovely choices. All staff we encountered were friendly chatty and polite, we had two drinks in the lovely bar and pleasantly surprised at prices. The bedroom was spacious, comfortable and more than adequate.This is not a sleek modern shiny hotel but is a charming country hotel, good food,friendly staff, great location.A little bit old fashioned but for me that was part of the charm and if you want an impersonal modern chain hotel they are easy to find. This type of Hotel is a lot more scarce.

Eugene scored 4 / 5 on 03/06/2015

very friendly staff. beautiful bedroom, excellent breakfast and very good quality dinner menu, though the restaurant décor needs to be improved. Eugene Dublin

Natalie scored 5 / 5 on 03/06/2015

Nice hotel, helpful staff, clean and quiet room, good food and lots of it. Ideal location right in the centre of town. Wifi only available free in the bar and not a great signal, but we had come on holidays to get away so not a big deal for us.

Mary scored 5 / 5 on 27/05/2015

staff couldn't have been nicer. very friendly and chatty. lovely quiet room and the food was gorgeous. would recommend it and I hope to stay there again

Hairline scored 4 / 5 on 14/10/2014

Stayed there last weekend. Hotel and our rooms were spotless . Staff lovely and friendly as were the locals. We had dinner the Friday night in the hotel. Which was very good, a bit surprised well done chef. The hotel could be updated bedrooms paint and curtains, Corridors a lick of paint only one major fault no lift, problem for disabled and elderly other then that I would recommend and hopefully will be back

Richard scored 3 / 5 on 22/07/2014

stayed 2 nights everything was very good will be back to stay again

Kathy scored 4 / 5 on 16/07/2014

Excellent hotel with great staff and amazing food. We had a 2 night package with dinner bed and breakfast. Very reasonably priced and a great location. We will definitely be back :-)

John scored 4 / 5 on 02/07/2014

the dinner and the breakfast were very good, the staff were A1, me and my wife enjoyed our stay.

Anne scored 3 / 5 on 15/12/2013

Vary pleasant country town hotel - our only criticism was not finding the dining room open on a Thursday night and having to eat in the bar. But we know this now and will stay over again. Anne Jordan

Fiunners scored 4 / 5 on 10/07/2013

Lovely and helpful staff. at reception the dining area and the bar. Would recomend anyone to stay.

Ryano scored 3 / 5 on 10/07/2013

Only stayed one night on the 2 course dinner and b&b deal. The food was by far the best part of the stay!! There was a good choice on the menu for dinner and the breakfast was the nicest I've had in years in a hotel ;-) Very friendly staff. Rooms were basic but clean .. I wouldn't run back for a romantic break but for a girlie night out it was perfect :-)

Reviewer63984001 scored 4 / 5 on 09/07/2013

Four of us spent a recent Saturday night in Cahir House courtesy of an offer on Lidl Breaks. I'd have to say the hotel staff couldn't have been friendlier, from the front of house to the chamber maids and the bar staff. When we arrived we needed to book in fairly quickly as we were booked in for golf in Cahir Park and the process couldn't have been made more enjoyable. Bags were dropped, table booked in the Bistro for 9 o'c. and off we went. On arriving back that evening we made our way to the bar for a quick drink before our meal, again a very pleasant experience. Our table was ready as promised and the food was lovely. Our deal comprised a two course meal with B&B, so we all had different starters and there were no complaints from the vegetable soup, to the salmon with asparagus, to the black pudding dish etc. On to mains and once again all was good. Two of us had the pork, one had steak and the other a chicken dish. Friendly service all around which continued on to breakfast the next morning. Breakfast was not a buffet affair (with the exception of cereals etc), everything was delivered to the table and was piping hot and tasted very moreish. Great value for money in a superb location right in the heart of Cahir and within walking distance of everything. Thanks folks, we'll be back.

Nnc1 scored 3 / 5 on 04/06/2013

What a lovely nights stay my sister, mother and her sister had on the Saturday of the June bank holiday weekend. We were made feel so welcome and nothing was an issue for the hotel. I have stayed on LIDL breaks before and you are nearly made to feel like an out cast especially when asked "are you on the LIDL break? you get this special menu" there was none of that in the Cahir house hotel. We had a beautiful meal, I had the Duck with braised red cabbage extremely hot and plenty of everything, had to find these days, the breakfast was adequate but I would not recommend the hotel for it alone. The rooms were clean if not a little dated. We were located in a room over the fan which is never pleasant but one of our party had mobility problem (the hotel has no lifts) and this was the nearest room the hotel the receptionist could put us in, again she was very accommodating to our needs. Beautiful fresh white linen on the beds with a lovely hot powerful shower. The town of Cahir is very beautiful place with a trip to the Cahir Castel and Swiss cottage being a must. All in all if you were to stay in Cahir I would highly recommend this hotel. Its a hidden gem at the crossroads of Ireland with extremely friendly locals!!

Kathryn scored 3 / 5 on 29/11/2012


Corann scored 4 / 5 on 24/07/2012

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Cahir house hotel. Good food..pleasant and helpful staff.

Sorcha170 scored 3 / 5 on 02/07/2012

Clean and basic hotel. Great staff very friendly and helpful.spaciousrooms and great breakfast

Barry scored 2 / 5 on 21/06/2012

Stayed for two nights, polite and friendly staff, in the main. The food was OK. Not a hotel for the wheelchair-bound, old or a young family, you have to walk up stairs to get to your room. There is no elevator . It was a challenge to get a child's buggy up these stairs. The shower room had loose tiles due to no grout, cannot see that being very safe.

Sorcha scored 2 / 5 on 14/11/2011

Hotel in a good location but is basic.The breakfast-yougurts,breads,cheese and fruit and you can order scrambled egg or a full Irish breakfast from the menu.The bedrooms are very basic and could badly do with been upgraded.The tiles are up in the bathroom and the wood has been damaged with steam.The shower is very good with great pressure.The bed we had-had springs up through it.The staff were nice and the town is nice for a family walk down by the river suir.There is no elavator in this hotel and you have to carry your case up 2 flights of stairs and up and down corridoors as the hotel is quite old.

Bridget07 scored 5 / 5 on 07/06/2011

Hotel is located in the centre of cahir town-which is very convenient.We stayed in a triple room and it was very spacious and clean.There were not enough towels but the receptionist brought them up straight away to us and was very friendly.This lidl break was great value for money and I would definetly book again.

Mary scored 4 / 5 on 04/08/2010

Lovely hotel staff very helpfull food excellant had a great weekend

Corrin scored 4 / 5 on 03/07/2010

The hotel is charming in its location, its rear entrance (shrub beds etc) and its internal downstairs layout. The upstairs is less so in its long, unrelieved corridor. Our bedroom was spacious and comfortable. The food was very well prepared and presented and the staff's courtesy and service were excellent. We really enjoyed our overnight stay and dinner there. I certainly would recommend the hotel and would like to return there. I considered the Lidl Break excellent value for money - quite a treat in fact! scored 3 / 5 on 30/06/2010

The hotel is in a very good location and the staff are very helpful. The front section of the hotel including the bar and bistro have been beautifully refurbished. However , the rest of the hotel badly needs a makeover. As we had requested a quiet room we were allocated a room at the back of the hotel. The corridors and rooms need to be painted , a neutral colour would greatly improve the appearance at very little cost. Otherwise we were happy with the hotel and would recommend it.

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