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Help from my favorite Ireland guru

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I think I know who will be most likely to answer this. :). Thank you in advance. The last two days of our vacation will be spent in Tipperary and Tony2phones made some very good lodging suggestions, but I find myself nervous about being outside of town if we stay in Thurles or elsewhere because my son has some health issues and I worry about not having transport if needed. Although I have looked at some great places like Castle house, and Homeleigh Farm, I wonder if there isn't another area we should be looking at for lodging. Does northern Waterford or eastern limerick, or eastern Kerry make sense? We don't want to spend all day in the car ( we have a driver) and will fly out of Shannon our last morning. Any thoughts?

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