Great National Ballykisteen Golf Hotel
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Great National Ballykisteen Golf Hotel is nestled in the shadow of the Galtee Mountains, in the heart of County Tipperary. Escape for a wonderful retreat in a beautiful setting. Relax and unwind in our leisure centre, pamper yourself in our treatment rooms or enjoy a round of golf on our superb 18-hole championship golf course. Voted one of the top 10 hotels for family breaks in Ireland, enjoy fine dining in Junction One Bar & Restaurant.
Ballykisteen provides a tranquil retreat away from the stresses and strains of everyday life, along with offering visitors the chance to experience Ireland’s Ancient East.
- Check-in 3pm
- Check-out by 12noon
- Free Parking Onsite
- Accessible Parking
- 24-Hour Front Desk
Eat & Drink
- Junction One Bar & Restaurant
- Afternoon Tea
- Kid’s Meals
- Special Dietary Meals (on request)
- Room Service
Work, Play, Relax
- Superfast Free Wi-Fi
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Sauna & Jacuzzi
- Fitness Centre & Spa
- On Site Golf Course
Everything You Need At A Glance
Throughout the Hotel
Arrival & Departure
Check In 3pm/ Check Out 12 Noon
Eat & Drink
Choice of Junction One Bar & Restaurant
For use by all Guests
Treatment Rooms with Expert Therapists
Meeting Rooms for 2 – 280 people
From castles to scenic walks, there are a wide range of attractions and activities that keeps visitors coming back for more time and time again. Discover beautiful scenery and tranquil Lakeland areas on an outdoor adventure in Lough Derg. This will suit those of you looking to explore Tipperary and Limerick on walking and cycling trails.
The Glen of Aherlow is home to a number of low-level looped rambles and mountain treks, where walkers can stroll alongside mountains, rivers, lakes, forests and gorgeous scenic landscapes.
The fairytale-like Rock of Cashel is one of Ireland’s most visited historical landmarks. This area is an ancient royal site of the Kings of Munster and dates back to the 5th Century. It offers stunning views at the beauty of the Plains of Tipperary and is a must see for all visitors.
Glen of Aherlow – 20 minute drive
A scenic valley where the River Aherlow runs between the Galtee Mountains and Slievenamuck.
Hillcrest Equestrian Centre – 20 minute drive
In the shadow of the Galtee Mountains lies one of the most picturesque settings for horse riding.
The Rock of Cashel – 30 minute drive
One of the most amazing archaeological sites in Ireland, it’s structure is famous worldwide.