11 Holiday Cottages in County Tipperary, sleeping any number of people

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The Coach House is a wonderful semi-detached cottage resting within the Belline Estate in Piltown, County Kilkenny. Hosting four bedrooms, including a double with en-suite shower room, two more doubles and a ground-floor twin with en-suite shower room, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to eight guests. ...

Sleeps up to 8
Weekly from £1037

This attached cottage rests in Piltown, Co. Kilkenny and can sleep eight people in three bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 8
Weekly from £1037

This detached farmhouse is situated near Cashel in County Tipperary, sleeping eight people in four bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 8
Weekly from £578

A farmhouse cottage located near the town of Carrick-on-Suir in County Tipperary, Ireland that can sleep nine people in five bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 9
Weekly from £414

This charming, detached cottage is set in a peaceful countryside setting, near the village of Nenagh, and can sleep seven people ...

Sleeps up to 6
Weekly from £297

This traditional detached cottage is next to the owners' home and working farm, just two and a half miles from Dundrum ...

Sleeps up to 5
Weekly from £226

This contemporary, detached cottage on the edge of village of Dundrum, County Tipperary, sleeps four people in two bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 4
Weekly from £187

A delightful, mid-terrace cottage in the centre of Lorrha near Portumna in County Tipperary can sleep up to three people in ...

Sleeps up to 3
Weekly from £165

This fantastic cottage rests in Ireland and can sleep two people in one bedroom.

Sleeps up to 2
Weekly from £163

This cosy, first floor studio flat, set on a working farm near Ardfinnan in County Tipperary, can sleep two people in ...

Sleeps up to 2
Weekly from £134

This cosy first floor studio apartment is on a working farm in Marlhill and sleeps two people in one room.

Sleeps up to 2
Weekly from £134
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