Bansha on the N74, between Tipperary Town and Cahir, is the gateway to the famed Glen of Aherlow. The area is rich in heritage and historical landmarks. Saint Pecauns and Berreihert's Lyle are among the most famous Holy Wells in the area. Darby Ryan - The poet of Aherlow - is a native of Bansha and is buried in the old graveyard. Bansha and is buried in the old graveyard. Bansha was home to Sir William Butler, founder of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who is buried at nearby Killaldriffe Cemetery. Activities in Bansha include angling, horse riding, walking, patentee and what better way to explore the scenic glen of Aherlow than by bicycle. Bansha, adjacent to the Glen of Aherlow has an excellent standard of accommodation, both B&B and Self-Catering.

 Activities in Bansha

Bike Rental
Rambler Cycle Hire

Equestrian Holidays
Bansha House Equestrian Centre


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