Tyrrellspass Travel Guide

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Tyrrellspass Things to Do

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    by mvtouring Written Mar 14, 2009

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    This major focal point of Tyrrellspass is situated on the west side of the village, conveniently located in the heart of the midlands on the N6 Dublin to Galway route.
    You do not have to eat here, you can just stop and browse around.

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    by mvtouring Written Mar 14, 2009

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    This major focal point of Tyrrellspass is situated on the west side of the village, conveniently located in the heart of the midlands on the N6 Dublin to Galway route.
    You do not have to eat here, you can just stop and browse around.

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Tyrrellspass Restaurants

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    by mvtouring Written Mar 14, 2009

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    This major focal point of Tyrrellspass is situated on the west side of the village, conveniently located in the heart of the midlands on the N6 Dublin to Galway route. It is impossible to miss as you notice it from quite a distance.

    The facilities are available to Corporate Groups, Social Groups, Private Parties, Weddings, Birthdays, Confirmations and First Holy Communions. Our friendly staff are on hand to make your visit a very special one...

    They were quite busy when we got there and serve some delicious & fresh homemade food that is locally produced and cooked to the highest of standards, all to be enjoyed
    in this unique medieval setting...




    Open seven days a week..
    364 days of the year..

    9.00am – 8.30pm
    (9.30pm during summer months)

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    by AR76 Updated Nov 7, 2003

    This building might not immediately come across as a nice place to have a break on your way to the east/west, but think again. Just walk round the back and you will find a nice and cosy tearoom/coffeehouse (with terrace, weather permitting) where they do breakfasts as well.

    Tyrrellspass Castle

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    by mvtouring Written Mar 14, 2009

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    We rented a car in Dublin to tour the south of Ireland, and this was our first stop on-route to the Cliffs of Moher

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