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IrelandWelcome to our page of information, attractions and places of interest around Nenagh. The Nenagh hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Nenagh. The Republic of Ireland is bound to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the east is the Irish Sea which reconnects to the ocean via the southwest with St. George's Channel and the Celtic Sea. The Republic of Ireland has 26 counties, and five cities — Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, and Waterford. The west-coast of Ireland features cliffs, hills and low mountains. The centre of the country is flat with large areas of bogland. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of Nenagh hotels.

Nenagh is the largest town in North Tipperary. It lies on the Nenagh River, which empties into Lough Derg at Dromineer, 9 km to the north. The Silvermine mountains lie to the south of the town. Nenagh was originally a market town but today is a busy commercial town. Its main attraction is Nenagh Castle, constructed by the FitzGerald family in the 13th Century, and one of the finest of its kind in Ireland.

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Attractions Nenagh Castle. The impressive Nenagh Castle with its unique circular tower, currently under restoration, stands 100 feet high in a prominent location, a poignant reminder of the first castle built by the great Butler family around 1220. In the 17th century, the castle was taken and retaken by various factions and its effective days ended when King William of Orange ordered its destruction in 1692. About xxxx miles north of Nenagh.

Nenagh Castle

Attractions Lough Derg, Co. Donegal. Saint Patrick's Purgatory is on an island on Lough Derg. Patrick visited the island in 445 to spend time in solitude, fasting and praying. For centuries, pilgrims have referred to Lough Derg as Saint Patrick's Purgatory. The island is open today to pilgrims between 13 June and 15 August and attracts 30 000 people every year for the three day pilgrimage, a retreat for intensive prayer and subdued penance. About 5 miles west of Nenagh.

Saint Patrick's Purgatory

Attractions Dromineer on Lough Derg is a boating harbour, a popular place for swimmers, anglers, yachting, water-skiers and wind-surfers. The modern facilities include privately and publicly developed marinas, sailing school, children's play area, a Boat Club and Yacht Club founded in 1837, the 3rd oldest in the world. About 6 miles northwest of Nenagh.

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