Cashel Palace Hotel Derby Trial Stakes at Leopardstown...

Monday, 13 May 2024
Basked in sunshine, Leopardstown Racecourse proved the ideal venue to host friends and industry partners of Cashel Palace in celebration of the hotel’s sponsorship of the inaugural Cashel Palace Hotel Derby Trial Takes (Group 3)

Cashel Palace Hotel Announced as Sponsors of 2024 Derby...

Tuesday, 19 March 2024
Leopardstown Racecourse has unveiled Cashel Palace Hotel as the official sponsor of the Group 3 Derby Trial Stakes which will take place on Sunday, 12th May 2024.

Charity, Fashion and High Tea Cashel Palace Hotel

Sunday, 25 February 2024
Palace Hotel Flourishes in Debut Charity Event, A 'Race Day Ready' Fashion Showcase.

The Bishop’s Buttery at Cashel Palace Hotel in Co....

Monday, 05 February 2024
The Michelin Guide to Great Britain & Ireland this evening unveiled its newest awards including a Michelin Star for The Bishop’s Buttery located at the five-star Cashel Palace Hotel, in Co. Tipperary.

Charity, Fashion and High Tea

Wednesday, 24 January 2024
Cashel Palace Hotel announces its inaugural charity event, a ‘Race Day Ready’ Fashion Showcase.

A Cashel Palace Christmas

Friday, 27 October 2023
Dear Friends, As the leaves on our avenue begin to turn a shade of amber, it is time to start making plans for the festive season and we invite you to experience the enchantment of Christmas in the magical surroundings of Cashel Palace.

The Bishop's Buttery at Cashel Palace Announces New...

Sunday, 22 October 2023
The renowned fine-dining restaurant, The Bishop's Buttery at Cashel Palace, is thrilled to announce the promotion of Stefan McEnteer to the position of Head Chef.

Bees Returned to Cashel Palace

Thursday, 05 October 2023
As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability, biodiversity and the environment, the Cashel Palace Hotel has officially declared a Conservation Area for the Native Irish Black Honey Bee.

Cashel Palace Hotel Recognised with Condé Nast...

Tuesday, 03 October 2023
Voted No. 3 Top Hotel in Ireland.

Trimbach - A Journey Through Time and Taste

Tuesday, 06 June 2023
Join us for an unforgettable evening of fine wines, rich history, and exceptional gastronomy at this exclusive wine event at The Bishop’s Buttery at Cashel Palace.

First Anniversary

Sunday, 26 February 2023
The imminent first year anniversary of Cashel Palace Hotel is a special occasion that we are very proud to celebrate.

The Bishop’s Buttery in the Michelin Guide

Wednesday, 25 January 2023
The Bishop's Buttery at Cashel Palace Hotel in Tipperary has recently been included in the latest edition of the Ireland / UK Michelin Guide.

Certified™ by Great Place to Work®

Tuesday, 10 January 2023
Cashel Palace has officially been certified as a GREAT PLACE TO WORK!

Hotel of the Year 2022 - Georgina Campbell Guide

Monday, 09 January 2023
Cashel Palace crowned Hotel of the Year 2022

The newly restored Cashel Palace has given Ireland a...

Wednesday, 08 June 2022
Today this looming gothic marvel – with its Romanesque chapel, roofless cathedral and pencil-shaped round tower – is framed from many angles at the newly restored Cashel Palace hotel: through the embroidered curtains of the suites in the modern Garde

Outdoor elegance in Maine, luxury in Panama, and grand...

Thursday, 12 May 2022
Irish hospitality abounds at the newly opened Cashel Palace Hotel. After meticulous restoration by conservation architects, the grand Palladian country house

An Irish Stunner

Wednesday, 27 April 2022
It’s a chill, grey day in March when I arrive at the Cashel Palace Hotel in Ireland’s County Tipperary, but the welcome is as warm as the peat fires that roar away in the entrance hall.

Best new hotels in the UK and Ireland that opened this...

Saturday, 16 April 2022
Reached by a tree-lined avenue, the property’s communal spaces are rich in original, restored details - think wooden panelling and fluted columns. Bedrooms have historical touches, too - from intricate cornicing and rustic beams to gilt-

Sustainable luxury and wellness on the Emerald Isle

Monday, 21 March 2022
Opening this month in Ireland’s Golden Vale, this sumptuous standalone property is owned by the Magnier family – also part-owners of Sandy Lane in Barbados – and is the newest member of the Relâis & Chateaux family.

Where to Go in 2022

Tuesday, 22 February 2022
Cashel in County Tipperary has always drawn visitors to the Rock of Cashel, a dramatic grouping of medieval buildings dating back to the 900s, but the Cashel Palace Hotel

Palace A Jewel In Cashel's Crown

Tuesday, 01 February 2022
However, with the news that–whisper it–the world has fully reopened, there's never been a better time to dust off the suitcase and begin planning trips away again.

A Restored Irish Palace Where Guinness Was Born (Sort...

Thursday, 20 January 2022
Built in 1732, the Palladian manor that once served as an archbishop's country estate is just a rock's throw from the Rock of Cashel, a remarkable collection of medieval and Celtic ruins crowning a limestone outcrop in cow-dotted fields.

Cashel Palace Hotel in Co. Tipperary set to reopen its...

Wednesday, 24 November 2021
Following a major four-year restoration programme, Cashel Palace Hotel will open next March as a magnificent five-star Relais & Châteaux hotel in the centre of Cashel, one of the most important heritage towns in Ireland.

The 50 Best New Luxury Hotels to Visit in 2021

Wednesday, 03 March 2021
"Once the seat of one of Ireland’s archbishoprics, this red brick manor house was built on a 25-acre site in the 18th century by the same architect as Dublin’s Parliament House. Think of a stay here as a chance to overnight at an Irish-accented

Featured Article: The Best Honeymoon Ideas for Every...

Friday, 12 February 2021
Add the Cranberries and U2 to your honeymoon soundtrack—the emerald hills of Ireland are calling. Roughly two hours from Dublin, Relais & Châteaux's newly refurbished Cashel Palace in County Tipperary is slated to reopen in August 2021.

The 6 hottest hotels in Ireland for a summer holiday

Friday, 08 January 2021
Once the seat of one of Ireland’s archbishoprics, this red brick manor house was built on a 25-acre site in the 18th century by the same architect as Dublin’s Parliament House