In the village of Lorrha, County Tipperary, visitors can find the remains of a 12th-century abbey that was founded by the Order of Canons Regular.
The award-winning Coach House Cottages are located on a farm just 6km from Lough Derg.
Walter de Burgo, the Earl of Ulster and a Norman landowner, invited the Dominicans to his estate in Lorrha, County Tipperary in 1269.
It was at Lackeen Castle that the Lorrha Missal, which is strictly speaking a sacramentary rather than a missal was found.
A key visitor attraction in North Tipperary, Redwood Castle is a striking example of a Gaelic tower house.
The village of Lorrha boasts a number of fascinating religious sites, including the place where St Ruadhan founded a monastery in 540.
The Kennedy family have been farming in Clonmona, Rathcabbin for 70 years.
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