People tend to check in during these times:
The Rock of Cashel is the ancient seat of the Kings of Munster and the seat of Brian Ború the last high king of Ireland who defeated the Danes at the Battle of Clontarf and died in victory. The Rock g
The scaffolding is required to raise the pigments of frescos in a centurys-old structure.
Look west, downhill and next to Hore Abbey, to see where Queen Elizabeth landed.
Icon of Irish Tourism and an excellent example of Irish built heritage. Don't miss.
Pretty in green.
Waste of money
Major restoration works going on during Summer 2010. Parts of the complex may be not accessible. Very imposing scaffolding surrounds part of the site
Well worth the visit for some spectacular architecture! I regret not taking the long walk to the second castle you can see out back. Scaffolding might be annoying, but restoration is hard work.
Be sure to go on a guided tour, it is well worth it and educational.
Major restauration still going on. But it's still worth a visit. The view on the region is splendid.
Almost impossible to avoid the Cashel town council 4.50 euro car park charge. Didn't go in, parked on double yellow lines and did our picnic right beside car w/ three other families who thought same ;
Great place for the family to get out of the Jose for a few hours my children loved it
If it's raining you could get quality headgear downhill in the Cashel Woolen Store.
If the breeze is blowing outside you need a ht inside.
If you have a local address ask to sign in with your friends and enjoy a free walkabout.
A little bit boring. Not realy worth the 6€. Just move on and visit Cahir Castle. It's much more fun.
Vale la pena hacer una buena toma del edificio y la colina
Lieu absolument magique. L'histoire en majesté.