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Pallasgreen or Pallasgreen is a village in East County Limerick, situated on the Limerick-Tipperary N24 road. The name means “the Stockade of Grian,” referring to an ancient Irish Goddess of Love, whose is associated with the nearby Hill of Nicker.

Just a short distance down the road is the related town, Old Pallas, and roughly three miles south of Pallasgreen is Sarsfield’s Rock, a large rocky outcrop near the church of Templebraden. The Rock looks down on the site where Patrick Sarsfield destroyed the Williamite artillery during the Jacobite-Williamite War. The Rock itself commands fine views of the surrounding hills and open green fields.

The village of Pallasgreen is served by a service station, a butcher, a post office, an insurance broker, four pubs, two mechanics, a Chinese takeaway, a chipper, two hairdressers, and a sit-down takeaway.

The Pallasgreen Gaelic Athletic Association Club play in the colours of blue and gold, identical to the colours of County Tipperary, whose border is just six miles away. The parish of Pallasgreen and Templebraden also has strong connections with this bordering county as it is one of a number of parishes in east County Limerick which form an integral part of the catholic diocese of Cashel and Emly, whos Archbishop has his palace at Thurles, County Tipperary. The parish had originally been part of the ancient diocese of Emly until it joined with Cashel in 1718.

Public Transportation is provided by Bus Eireann and local company, Kelly Travel.

Pallasgreen graveyard has been digitally surveyed and is viewable if you follow this link: Pallasgreen (Old Pallas) Historic Graves, click here


In close proximity to:

New Pallasgreen, Nicker and Old Bridge, Co. Limerick.

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Pallasgreen; Pailás na Gréine

The Pallasgreen Gaelic Athletic Association club play in the colours of blue and gold, identical to the colours of Co. Tipperary, whose border is just six miles away.

Founded: 1887

Address: Garranbeg, Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Hurling: Intermediate, JB, U21, Minor

Football: Senior, JB, U21, Minor

Web: www.pallasgreen.limerick.gaa.ie

Email: secretary.pallasgreen.limerick@gaa.ie

Pallasgreen GAA Club, Garranbeg, Co. Limerick



This ruined castle lies next to the Tipperary-Limerick road (N24) near the Village of Pallasgreen in County Limerick.

Castles of Munster: Kilduff, Limerick near to New Pallasgreen, Nicker, Old Bridge and Old Pallas, Limerick, Ireland. This castle is on the outskirts of New Pallasgreen just off the main N24. When in 1583 Moriery Mergagh met his death in the Desmond rebellion, it was said at the time that he had a tower here.

If this was indeed Kilduff Castle, it must be assumed that it had just been built. The west and south walls of this tower stand to full height, as many as four storeys evident together with an attic, its windows in the gables surmounted by chimney stacks.

A circular bartizan on pyramidal corbels can be seen at the NW corner. Kilduff was held from 1617 until the 1650’s by the Hurley’s, and in 1667 it passed to the trustees of Erasmus Smith’s charity schools, whose tenants were the holders.



Pallasgreen, Ballyneety, Co. Limerick.

Sarsfield’s Rock, a large rocky outcrop near the church of Templebraden looks down on the site where Patrick Sarsfield destroyed the Williamite artillery during the Jacobite-Williamite War. The Rock itself commands fine views of the surrounding hills and open green fields.This large rock located in the centre of a field in Ballyneety, Co. Limerick is a historic monument. From the rocks vantage point you can enjoy a panoramic view of the magnificent surrounding countryside.The rock looks down on the spot where, during Sarsfield’s ride on the night of august 10 1690. Sarsfield and his cavalry descended on the Williamite camp. They captured it and destroyed the guns and ammunition, thus bringing to an end one of the sieges of limerick. General Patrick Sarsfield was subsequently known as the heroic defender of limerick. The monument was unveiled by president O’Dalaigh. It features plaques in several languages describing the route taken by Sarsfield and his men on that infamous night.


Lough Gur is a lake in County Limerick, Ireland between the towns of Herbertstown and Bruff. Lough Gur is one of Irelands archaeological and historical gems. The beautiful and enchanted lake lies 21 km south east of Limerick city.

From the level surrounding countryside it unfolds in beauty its placid waters and rugged hills a fairyland of stone circles, ancient habitation sites, megalith tombs, crannógs and castles.

The local community now manage the Heritage Centre and can arrange tours of the area for you with an experienced local guide.

Phone: 087 285 2022/ 061 385 386.


Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Phone: +353 (0) 62 57147

The production hives are all located within a 15 mile radius of the farm. The bee garden is a successful attempt to put back in to the countryside what modern farming is rapidly taking out of it.

It has created an area of blossoms, berries and fruit which have established an ecological cycle that integrates the three kingdoms of plant, animal and man.

The Honey Farm is not an area of manicured lawns free of weeds. It is an open space full of maturing grasses and colourful wild flowers.

Many maligned flowers such as dandelion are held in high regard and are given the recognition they deserve.




Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Phone: +353 61 384 203

Fax: +353 61 416 988

This famous social rendezvous stands resplendent at the Turnpike in Pallas Green on the busy N24 linking Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford.

An establishment of considerable vintage and status within the Irish licensed industry, Chaser O’Brien’s is the epitome of the traditional Irish pub.

The exterior indicates the style of the premises. The interior is cast in the old-world, traditional idiom and comprises an atmospheric bar and intimate restaurant.

Rugged floor flags wooden wall panels, stained glass, polished coppers and open fires create an air of nostalgia and authenticity. Lots of old style bric-a-brac further adorns. There is a great sporting presence in the premises.

Its association with the “Sport of Kings”, evident by the display of famous “Chasers” on the walls. It is also a respected golfing house.

Food plays a major role, with an extensive menu available in both the bar and restaurant daily. The house has a penchant for its traditional home cooked cuisine with all meals table served in a manner worthy of the most accomplished gourmet.

Professional friendly staff are on hand to ensure individual attention and first class service at all times.


handly's bar

Boher, Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 351 207


New Pallas, Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 384 166



New Pallas, Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 384 295


Brittas Grange, Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 351855


Registered with Failte Ireland.

Meadowvale, Carrigmore, Doon, Co. Limerick.

Phone: +353 86 312 2223

Email: tom.j.cummins@gmail.com

Web: www.carrigmorefarm.com

Carrigmore Farm Self-Catering accommodation is situated on the grounds of the Cummins farm which is 3 miles from Doon village in County Limerick. The building is south facing, tucked away in a peaceful courtyard of the farm, down a small lane which overlooks cattle grazing in the fields.

Amenities included:

  • A welcome pack on arrival
  • Hair dryers, Towels and bed linen
  • High chair and cot/baby bed available on request
  • Electricity and oil central heating
  • Internet access
  • Wood for both fireplaces
  • Private off-road parking



4 star accommodation

Castle Oaks Hotel & Leisure Centre, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick.

Phone: +353 61 377666

Email: info@castleoaks.ie

Web: www.castleoaks.ie

Situated just 10 minutes from Limerick City in the picturesque village of Castleconnell on the banks of the River Shannon, the Riverside Mews are part of the lovely traditional country house style Castle Oaks Hotel.

Each of these Limerick holiday homes contains three bedrooms: one master double bedroom ensuite, one twin bedroom and a third bedroom with either a twin or single bed with a separate bathroom. There is also a guest toilet downstairs. The spacious lounge is tastefully furnished and contains a cosy suite of furniture, satellite TV and an open fireplace. Many of the houses have spectacular views of the River Shannon which lies just steps away. The open plan kitchen/dining area has a sunny aspect and plenty of space. The kitchen is fully fitted and stocked with all the modern conveniences. The houses are set in the style of an Irish rural courtyard and share a large green area at the back of the houses for children to play. Secure private parking is available for each house. All bed linen and towels are provided.

All residents of the Riverside Mews have full access to the children’s playground, the indoor heated swimming pool, the seasonal Kiddies Club, the steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi, fully equipped gym; flood lit tennis/soccer and riverside walks. This Limerick Hotel offers visitors an unrivalled opportunity to indulge in some of the best salmon fishing in Ireland with assistance of the local angling manager. All arrangements can be made, including licenses, daily permits and guides. There are great opportunities also for golf and horse riding.


Registered with Failte Ireland.

Tower Hill, Cappamore, Co. Limerick.

Phone: +353 61 381 127

Email: teresasheehy2@eircom.net

For a real taste of country living in an area of great scenic beauty, stay at Nellies Cottage near Cappamore in County Limerick. It offers quality self-catering accommodation whether you’re looking for a family holiday, a romantic break or just a comfortable and relaxing base for touring.

The interior of Nellie’s Cottage is beautifully decorated and all rooms are elegant and relaxing. The property can accommodate a party of up to six people in a twin bedroom and two double bedrooms. Along with the three bedrooms, two of which are ensuite, the cottage has a fully fitted kitchen and a cosy living area.

This pretty country style cottage enjoys a rural location but is only 3km from the picturesque villages of Doon and Cappamore. Tipperary town and Limerick city are also both only 20km away. While here you can fill your days with outdoor activities like golfing, fishing or exploring the pleasant walking trails nearby. Its location is great for touring the midlands, the south and the west of Ireland, so you really can make the most of your holiday in Ireland when you stay here. Nearby attractions for you to explore include Lough Gur, King Johns Castle and Croom Mills Waterwheel and Heritage Centre.


Registered with Failte Ireland.


Curraghlahan, Cappamore, Co. Limerick.

Phone: +353 86 850 4883

Email: david.ryan@agriculture.gov.ie

Curraghlahan House is a four bedroom restored farmhouse in a peaceful setting of the Slieve Felim mountain range, in County Limerick. Forest walks nearby. The property boasts all modern conveniences and features four double bedrooms, three of which are ensuite. One of the bedrooms is on the ground floor and has disabled access. The house is an ideal location for children, or guests with pets, allowing them the space to play with freedom. This is a very peaceful location away from all distractions. Curraghlahan House is a good touring base, being 60km from Shannon airport and 30km from Limerick City with opportunities for golf only 22km away.


Pallasgreen Bed and Breakfast, Limerick Road, Pallasgreen, Co Limerick, Ireland.

Phone: +353 (0) 87 914 3200/ +353 (0) 61 384 216

Email: Rohanrahan@gmail.com

We are situated on the N24 just inside of the 50kph limit (on your right from Limerick) at the Limerick end of the village.

Pallasgreen Bed and Breakfast is conveniently situated near to the centre of the charming village of Pallasgreen which lies 15 miles to south of Limerick city.

We offer a comfortable and well-appointed residence in which to stay. All bedrooms are en-suite and have colour television as standard. Downstairs there is a sitting room, kitchen and dining area for the use of guests during their stay with us.

In the village of Pallasgreen there are three pubs, a supermarket, three take away food outlets and an excellent restaurant, all within easy walking distance.

The village of Pallasgreen is situated in County Limerick and lies midway between the city of Limerick and Tipperary Town. We are approximately 45 mins from Shannon and 90 minutes from Cork airport. Dublin City is just over 2 hours drive away. Limerick and Tipperary between them offer a wonderful range of activities for those who are interested in nature, the great outdoors, walking, history, shopping or simply wining and dining in the mid-western region of Ireland.



Dublin Road, Castletroy, Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 331 133


Dublin Road, Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 335 566


Castleconnell,  Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 377 666


Dublin road, Castletroy, Limerick.

Phone: 061 603 500


Phone: 061 384422  Mobile: 087 2508108 Fax: 061 384307


Kelly Travel, Kilduff, Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Kelly Travel, being 100% family owned and operated, are proud to be the premier choice for coach hire and bus hire in Limerick and Tipperary. This means we have the drive and passion for quality bus travel that sets us apart from the rest and at prices that cannot be beaten. Our commitment to providing quality, safe and innovative coach hire and bus hire services gives us the edge in today’s competitive market. We understand the difficulties you face and are prepared for all eventualities.

We have invested heavily in high quality vehicles, training programmes for our drivers, cutting edge technology and health and safety systems to ensure your group receive the best experience possible. Our coach hire company is based on the belief that our customers needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs and as a result a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.

We promise to always go above and beyond when it comes to meeting the requirements of our customers. Our friendly and professional coach hire and bus travel staff will help you explore all the options and plan your coach hire journey from beginning to end. We will ensure that all your needs are fully catered for, creating a completely bespoke bus hire package just for you.




Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick.

Phone: 061 384 114/ 087 203 6763

Email: psobroin1@gmail.com

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