Boherna Lodge B&B offers a wide range of attractions with in and around Holycross.
These are just a few of the local attractions within Holycross:
"That the Cross of Christ may not be emptied of its power"
is the insription on the renovated altar at Holycross Abbey. This insription accurately describes the reason for making Holycross Abbey the inspiration it is for hundreds of years, and continues to be for thousands of pilgrims and visitors.
Farney Castle is the home and design studio of Irish International Designer, Cyril Cullen, and it is the only RoundTower in Ireland occupied as a family home.
The castle was originally built at Farney in 1185 and this would have been a timber structure at the time.The present round tower was built in 1495 by Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond, and it was part of a defensive system created by the Butlers to protect their land in Tipperary. The Butlers were in Farney Castle for 500 years but in 1536 the castle was confiscated by King Henry VIII of England.
The following is a few tourist attractions around the Holycross area:
Thurles (4 miles from Holycross)
Cashel (8 miles from Holycross)
There are also many tourist attractions near by such as:
The Swiss cottage is located at Kilcommon near the town of Cahir, South Tipperary in Ireland. It was built around 1810 and is a fine example of cottage ornée, or ornamental cottage. It was originally part of the estate of Lord and Lady Cahir, and used for entertaining guests. The cottage was probably designed by the architect John Nash, famous for designing many Regency buildings.