The Rock of Cashel and the Hall of Vicars was a great stop. Parking right across the street and an amazing history. Beautiful ruin and graveyard with the most amazing tombstones. The view from the grounds is breathtaking. We were there just as the sun was setting and took gorgeous pictures.
The Rock of Cashel is an historic and in many ways, a holy place. Your visit to the Rock begins in the Hall of the Vicars Choral. From the website irishtourism.com: "The Hall of the Vicars Choral was built in the fifteenth century. The vicars choral were laymen (sometimes minor canons) appointed to assist in chanting the cathedral services. At...
Beautiful, breath-taking, and part of your visit to the Rock of Cashel, so, you cannot miss it. Dress warmly, including your gloves, hat, and scarf!We visited in mid-April and it was quite cold and windy.
All well and good, to post up a place, but to put it in completely the wrong place! The rock of Cashel is about 75 miles west of here and not in the same county.
Anyway, it is a great place, really worth a visit, the seat of the high kings of Ireland, and basis for St Patrick and early...