Glen of Aherlow Caravan and Camping Park

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Great site in a lovely area

Cannot fault the site itself. Very well kept with excellent facilities. Lots of lovely walks locally but took the car to starting points as not keen to walk along the road. Went to Tipperary for the day - very disappointing but found Cashel a much better option. Nearby Aherlow House Hotel a great option for evening meal or lunch. Would recommend for 3/4 night stop.

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Excellent site - great location

Just returns from a 6 nights stay in this wonderful site. Free wifi & showers, spotless facilities and very friendly and helpful staff. Beautiful bit of Ireland and a brilliant site to base seeing it from. Great for walking & cycling or if you just want some peace and quiet, this site is just for you. We will be returning in the future.
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Excellent Site

Fabulous site, wonderful views, spotless facilities and great free wifi.  Would recommend a visit to the tourist information centre behind the pub..a mine of information. All in all a gem of a site in the Emerald Isle. 

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The Jewel of Ireland

Let me start be saying what a wonderful place this truly is. For those who this is the first trip to Ireland you can’t go far wrong here. We just came back from a week using the Glen of Aherlow as our base for the week. If you have longer I would recommend you spend a week here then some time over on the west coast so you have time to limit the amount of travel you need to do. 300 yards up the road behind the local pub is a tourist information centre, they like everyone you meet in Ireland are so welcoming and full or great ideas it makes for a good idea to visit here early in your trip to see what you want to do. We fitted loads into our week like Cahir, Blarney etc (all the usual tourist haunts) The camp itself got really busy over the bank holiday weekend which made for some queues to use facilities however the rest of our stay was perfect, similar facilities to that on the CC. In the men’s loo’s there are urinal’s, three cubicles and then just two showers – theres also a games room for the kids and a TV room. Serviced pitches doesn’t mean the same as it does in the CC. Services are one between two pitches and although you will get water and electricity close to your pitch it may not be fully serviced where you can plug directly into the water. We were lucky and found a pitch where no one came next to us and therefore had the luxury of plugging directly in. Great place, lovely owners and the met some great friends onsite too. TV reception is poor unless you have satellite but WIFI is good enough to enable TV viewing providing you have VPN to enable you to see back in the UK. Fuel is best in Mitchelstown at the MAXOL on the way into the town centre and you can pay on your card there too – Unlike others we found!. Well done to George and all at the park for working so hard and making such a wonderful stay – already looking forward to coming back. 100% would recommend!

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Wonderful site

Stayed for 2 nights here, good pitch for Motorhome, facilities were excellent, modern and clean, didn't do much here as we had terrible rain but that can't be helped and this did not distract form this lovely site, we will be back, thanks
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A great site for walking and sightseeing

We stayed here for 3 nights at the end of our 2 week visit to Ireland having previously stopped at Dublin (Camac Valley - non CC affiliated) 5 nights and Flemings White Bridge at Killarney for 5 nights. Peace and quiet are the key words here, but the site has so much to offer - a very clean amenities block, a games room, a TV room and a campers kitchen area. Wifi seemed patchy and was transmitted from a chalet at the top of the site. Views from the site are stunning as are the walks - the local information centre behind the Coach Inn pub is the place to go - they provided us with all the walking info we needed. Also worth checking out www.discoverireland.ie/walking before you visit and get an idea of what there is to see. Tipperary town was a place we only visited once - whilst we had heard you could have a good time down there in the pubs (a la Dublin!) we simply didn't have the energy to do that as well as walking!! The Coach Inn pub 300 yards from the site was delightful - like walking into someone's front room. You can sample the Guinness there just the same as in Tipp Centre and have just as good an experience :-) All in all we'd totally recommend this site
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fab site

we stayed on this site for five nights, its one of the cleanest sites we have stayed on, the shower block is fit for a queen, spotlessly clean, warm and plenty of pipeing hot water, the owners were very friendly and nothing was to much bother for them if we needed to find out anything , only small problem we found is that its miles from any town or village so every time we wanted anything we had to use the car apart from that small gripe it was a very happy stay and if we ever go back to Ireland we would make for this site, happy new year everyone
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