Roscrea (Ros Cré in Gaelic) is a town in the heart of Ireland, in County Tipperary. If Roscrea is appreciated, it is above all for its human size, which makes it possible to go without problem in contact with its inhabitants, as well as for the charm of its sumptuous 13th century castle. Very dynamic, Roscrea is a particularly active economic centre of the county, and welcomes every year many tourists in search of peace and quiet.
The village has a very picturesque town centre, built in accordance with Irish traditions…. Colourful houses, Irish pubs with neat fronts and cobbled streets: everything is charming and typically Irish! Don’t hesitate to take a stroll, while you do a little shopping, or discover the warm atmosphere of the local Irish pubs! Numerous musicians play songs on wild rhythms, in a welcoming atmosphere, where Irish beer is a nice pretext to chat with the other customers of the pub!