Vue d'ensemble

It is said that St Patrick and St Declan first met at this tranquil site 1,600 years ago. Patrick was journeying south to confront the pagan King of the Déise and Declan feared that Patrick would curse his people. The two holy men resolved their differences and the site was given to Patrick to mark the new friendship.

Situated in a sheltered valley with the sound of water echoing all around, St Patrick’s Well, with its ruined church and cross in the centre of the artificial lake, is a beautiful mix of ancient heritage and modern landscaping. It lies just north of Marlfield village, near Clonmel.


Covid-19 Update 😷

Tipperary in alignment with government guideline is closed to visitors outside of the county, and residents beyond their 5km.

Tipperary looks forward to welcoming you when it is safe to do so.Feel free to browse and dream of holidays to come.

There will be a warm welcome waiting.