Hotels in Nenagh

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Nenagh, Ireland
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Nenagh, Ireland
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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Nenagh:€104/night
Cheapest price found:€58/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Friday
€66 - €208
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€85 - €122
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Hotel prices in Nenagh

2 stars and under
The Well Meadow B&B
No. 1 most popular

The Well Meadow B&B

Dromineer, Nenagh, Ireland

€85

Avg. per night

3 stars
No. 1 most popular

Maryville Bed and Breakfast

Ballycommon, Nenagh, Ireland

9.5 Excellent
€57

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Nenagh

About Nenagh

Translating as “The Fair of Ormond” in reference to its historic fair, Nenagh is the largest town in northern Tipperary. It lies on the banks of the Nenagh River before it empties into nearby Lough Derg and is backed by the rolling peaks of the Silvermines Mountains.

Things to do

Stroll through the centre of Nenagh to admire its historic buildings, which include a mid-19th-century courthouse designed by the Irish architect John Keane. Take note of the Portroe slate and Lahorna stone used to construct the Neo-Gothic-style St. Mary’s of the Rosary Catholic Church, as well as the stained-glass window crafted by Harry Clarke in St Mary's Church of Ireland Church. Nenagh is also home to a ruined Franciscan friary where the centuries-old Annals of Nenagh were composed.

Occupying two stone-built Georgian buildings is the Nenagh Heritage Centre, which displays artefacts and old photographs that bring the town’s history to life. See the cells of the former Gatehouse where condemned prisoners were housed prior to execution and learn about life in rural Ireland in times gone by. The octagonal Governor’s Residence is now a listed historic monument.

A short walk from the Nenagh Heritage Centre are the remains of a 13th-century castle, which was built by Theobald Walter, the first Chief Butler of Ireland. Marvel at the cylindrical keep that still remains and was built from limestone blocks. You can climb the 101 steps that lead to the top to enjoy panoramic views across Nenagh.

Getting around

Nenagh is around 30 minutes’ drive from Limerick and just under two hours from Dublin and Dublin Airport. Trains connect from destinations across Ireland to the Nenagh railway station while the town is compact enough to explore on foot.

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Translating as “The Fair of Ormond” in reference to its historic fair, Nenagh is the largest town in northern Tipperary. It lies on the banks of the Nenagh River before it empties into nearby Lough Derg and is backed by the rolling peaks of the Silvermines Mountains.

Things to do in Nenagh

Stroll through the centre of Nenagh to admire its historic buildings, which include a mid-19th-century courthouse designed by the Irish architect John Keane. Take note of the Portroe slate and Lahorna stone used to construct the Neo-Gothic-style St. Mary’s of the Rosary Catholic Church, as well as the stained-glass window crafted by Harry Clarke in St Mary's Church of Ireland Church. Nenagh is also home to a ruined Franciscan friary where the centuries-old Annals of Nenagh were composed.

Occupying two stone-built Georgian buildings is the Nenagh Heritage Centre, which displays artefacts and old photographs that bring the town’s history to life. See the cells of the former Gatehouse where condemned prisoners were housed prior to execution and learn about life in rural Ireland in times gone by. The octagonal Governor’s Residence is now a listed historic monument.

A short walk from the Nenagh Heritage Centre are the remains of a 13th-century castle, which was built by Theobald Walter, the first Chief Butler of Ireland. Marvel at the cylindrical keep that still remains and was built from limestone blocks. You can climb the 101 steps that lead to the top to enjoy panoramic views across Nenagh.

Getting around Nenagh

Nenagh is around 30 minutes’ drive from Limerick and just under two hours from Dublin and Dublin Airport. Trains connect from destinations across Ireland to the Nenagh railway station while the town is compact enough to explore on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in Nenagh?

    1,813 reviews rated Abbey Court with an average score of 8.2/10. It may also be worth looking into the Maryville Bed and Breakfast, which received a rating of 9.5/10 from 153 reviews. The Waterside Cottages could also be a good option, with a score of 9.1/10 from 123 reviews.