The Castle is an award winning 5-star AA Country House offering delightful bed and breakfast accommodation just minutes from Thurles Town Center in the historic surroundings of Two Mile Borris. The house and grounds are shadowed by an actual 12th Century Castle tower house that stands as a landmark to centuries of travelers. To preserve the heritage of the house, the rooms are furnished with antiques and fittings to the period of the building.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Laundry service
- No smoking
- Storage available
- Free Wi-Fi
Castle dining quality and experience offers exceptional value with a variety of local produce and ingredients sourced locally bringing unique flavors to tantalize your taste buds
Thew Castle Breakfast Menu offers homemade bread, baking, jams and chutneys and all produce and locally sourced when possible. We ask our guests to help themselves to cereal, fresh fruit of the day and yogurt from the sideboard.
Extended breakfast menu can consist of:
The Full Irish – Bacon, Egg, Sausage, Black and White Pudding and Tomato.
Baked kippers with lemon
Pancakes with maple syrup
Toasted muffin with Cooleeny cream cheese and bacon
Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs
Local cheeseboard on request
Unlimited supply of breakfast tea, herbal teas, hot chocolate and freshly brewed coffee
Castle Classic Dining Menu
35 Euro per person
Castle mixed garden salad
A rich selection of garden grown salad leaves & lettuce served with garlic croutons,
Smoked bacon strips
Dressed with our own special recipe dressing.
Baked fillet of salmon
Baked in butter and white wine
Served with hollandaise sauce and fresh seasonal vegetables.
House special raspberry roulade
A crisp and gooey meringue rolled with fresh raspberries and cream.
Tea/Coffee and Petit fours
On The Map: Thurles is located in County Tipperary in the midlands of Ireland, just 22 kilometres north of Cashel.
Thurles is a vibrant and prosperous town, located in North Tipperary. Thurles, the cathedral town, is surrounded by the Silvermines which are mountains to the north-west, and the Slieveardagh Hills to the south-east. The town itself nestles in the heart of the beautiful Suir Valley. The mild climate and the waters of the River Suir have combined to produce some of the finest agricultural land in the world.