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Mitchelstown Cave, Cahir

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  • My husband and I were staying overnight at the nearby Kilcoran Lodge Hotel and we decided to take a tour of the caves as we had never done anything like it before. We were the first there on a drizzly...  more »
  • With my 8 years old daughter we had a good experience and good time.Lovely guide explained perfectly about the story of cave.We enjoyed ıt.Ticket is 20 euro for 2 adult and a child.Some music events w...  more »
  • got through a field on a boiling hot day and descend into the spooky coolness of the areas treasure caves...not many opportunities to feel the power and gifts mother nature presents us with well the m...  more »
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  • Amazing place It is worth seeing. I would highly recommend. There was no place where you can buy coffee, etc. I was there 09.06.2016
  • A very nice limestone cave which its sightseeing is a good worth. We entered with out baby who was in a carrier. The guide was nice and explained to us everything about the cave. We were surprised to hear that occasionally small concerts are organised in and even sushi is eaten.
  • Great family run tourist spot. Caves are great to visit for all ages. Not suitable for those with walking difficulty as you have to walk down steep steps to get into caves & its uneven ground. Definitely recommend a visit. Tour guide tells you how caves are formed & gives you history of the place. Great for children.
  • Great place to visit, picnic tables outside with lovely scenery, small car park across the road. There is a lot of steps down into the cave & back up again so be prepared, it's damp, 14 degrees all year round & obviously rocky so good footwear is essential. You're entering a different world & children will be fascinated by the unexpected size & scale of the cave. It's a guided tour only, and the guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and full of chat with the kids.
  • Really enjoyed our visit to the caves. Great lighting and a fantastic tour. Highly recommended if you're in the area.