Dundrum House Hotel Golf & Leisure Resort is set on 200 acres of rolling countryside in the heart of Tipperary, just outside the village of Dundrum and 8 miles (13kms) from the heritage steeped town of Cashel. The Georgian Manor House was built in 1730 for the bride of Lord Hawarden, the Earl of Montalt where ancient Irish chieftains, the O’Dwyers of Kilnamanagh once held the land.
At the beginning of the century a religious order bought the property and in 1978, the Crowe family bought the house and adjoining lands that lay along the Multeen River. The property was acquired on 2nd June 2016 by Podium Hospitality. At present, the Hotel building is closed with a multi-million euro refurbishment planned to take place throughout 2018. The Hotel is expected to reopen again early in 2019.
All other areas of the Resort are currently open and operating as normal. These include:
• Co Tipperary Golf & Country Club 18 hole championship Golf Course
• The Venue Clubhouse Bar & Restaurant
• Holm Oak Holiday Homes / Golf Lodges and Apartments
– 4 X 3 bedroom lodges
– 12 X 2 bedroom lodges
– 4 X 2 bedroom apartments
Guests in the self catering accommodation can enjoy complimentary access to our Leisure Club with 20 metre Swimming Pool, Children’s Pool, Jacuzzi, Sauna Steam Room and fully equipped Gym.
The Clubhouse Bar & Restaurant is a casual setting where they serve good. There is an Irish Music and Social Dancing Night in the Venue Clubhouse every Thursday night. Awarded ‘Best Overall Hidden Gem Ireland 2014 by Golfers Guide to Ireland and Awarded ‘No 81’ in Golf World Ireland’s Top 100 Courses 2015, guests who wish to test their Golf will receive discounted green fees for this much sought after 18 hole championship course, designed by 1995 Ryder Cup hero, Philip Walton.
Dundrum House Hotel, has been a dedicated Wedding Venue for over 32 years, currently awaiting renovation, we look forward to hosting many couples on their Special Day during the coming years.
This impressive 18 Hole Championship Parkland Golf Course has been woven into the fabric of this mature Georgian estate, designed by 1995 Ryder Cup hero Philip Walton. Using the natural features of woodland and parkland, adorned by the Multeen River, Philip has created an exhilarating, par 72 course over 7200 yards that provides a real test of golf. The visual delights of this magnificent setting are many – just a few hundred yards from the banks of the Multeen River, its rich population of mature woodland and lakes – all set against the backdrop of the Golden Vale of Tipperary. To challenge even the best of golfers there are 8 water hazards to combat.