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    Easy Transfer Premium Service offers a personal chauffeur to transfer you from/to Dublin Airport. We offer fast, smooth and hassle-free service for your peace of mind. We provide premium cars from our first class fleet, which includes vehicles such as Mercedes-Benz, Chrysler 300c. This premium service in Dublin Airport comes at a price that is fixed when you book your transfer, so that even if your flight is delayed for any reason you pay nothing extra. This means that our transfers are competitive compared to regular pre-booked taxis. Your driver will meet you at the airport and help you with your luggage. In the arrivals area your chauffeur will be waiting for you with a personalised name board.

    Terms and conditions

    1. When requests are submitted for our services, your reservation details are sent to us. When we accept your reservation and when the booking fee is paid by you, we will send a confirmation e-mail to you. Only then, is a contract formed between you and our company.
    2. Changes and cancellations: If you want to change or cancel your booking, please do so by sending an email to In the case of changes to the reservation, we can not guarantee that all changes will be possible due to issues such as availability, but we will always try to secure your requirement. Any cancellation received within 72 hours or less before the service, will cause you to lose your payment.
    3. Refund policy: There will be no cancellation charge, if a cancellation is communicated to us up to 72 hours prior to the first transfer and you will receive a full refund.
    4. Easy Transfer will not incur any liability whatsoever in the event of any delay due to causes beyond our control. The following are examples of circumstances which are not within our control: accidents causing delays to the vehicle, vehicle breakdown, restricted vehicular access, exceptional or adverse weather conditions, compliance with requests of the police, vandalism and terrorism, unforeseen traffic delays, industrial action by third parties, problems caused by other clients, the vehicle being held or delayed by a police officer or government official, other circumstances affecting passenger safety. In the event that the customer did not provide full and correct information, we are not responsible for the operation of the services provided.
    5. Company reserves the right to refuse to carry any person who is thought to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and/or whose behaviour is considered to pose a threat to the driver, the vehicle or the other passenger(s). In the event of any passenger being asked to leave a vehicle, we will not be liable for the refund of any journey in this circumstance.
    6. Passengers are not allowed to take onto vehicles any alcoholic drinks for the purpose of consuming them in vehicles.
    7. Smoking is not permitted in vehicles.

    Why travel with us?

    We provide low cost and reliable transfer service without compromising quality. Our team of professional, polite and friendly drivers is ready to help you on your journey. We are available to arrange any transfers you may need: to the hotel or resort, visit a friend, shopping, the beach, visit a different city, golf course.

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    Ancient history
    The Rock of Cashel, to which the town below owes its origin, is an isolated elevation of stratified limestone, rising abruptly from a broad and fertile plain called the Golden Vale. The top of this eminence is crowned by a group of remarkable ruins. Originally known as Fairy Hill, or Sid-Druim, the Rock was, in pagan times, the dun, or castle, of the ancient Eoghnacht Chiefs of Munster. In Gaelic, Caiseal denotes a circular stone fort and is the name of several places in Ireland. The “Book of Rights” suggests the name is derived from Cais-il, i.e. “tribute stone”, because the Munster tribes paid tribute on the Rock. Here Corc, grandfather of Aengus Mac Natfraich, erected a fort. Cashel subsequently became the capital of Munster and, like Tara and Armagh, it was a celebrated court. At the time of St. Patrick, when Aengus ruled as king, Cashel claimed supremacy over all the royal duns of the province.

    In the 5th century, the Eóganachta dynasty founded their capital on and around the rock. Many kings of Munster have reigned here since. Saint Patrick is believed to have baptised Cashel’s third king, Aengus. In 977 the Dál gCais usurper, Brian Boru, was crowned here as the first non-Eóghanacht king of Cashel and Munster in over five hundred years. In 1101 his great-grandson, King Muirchertach Ua Briain, gave the place to the bishop of Limerick, thus denying it forever to the MacCarthys, the senior branch of the Eóganachta. The bishops had a famous school in Cashel and sent priests all over the continent, especially to Regensburg in Germany, where they maintained their own monastery, called Scots Monastery.

    Today the ancient metropolis of Cashel has lost its importance, and its population has fallen to just over 4,000, its highest population in 270 years.

    Lordship of Ireland
    The Synod of Cashel of 1172 was organised by Henry II of England. The Synod sought to regulate some affairs of the Church in Ireland and to condemn some abuses, bringing the Church more into alignment with the Roman Rite. It has been suggested that the seventh act of the Synod called upon the clergy and people of Ireland to acknowledge Henry II of England as their king.[7] However, a careful reading of the seventh act would not support this interpretation.[8] Nevertheless, there is little doubt that the King’s purpose in requiring the convocation was to overawe the Irish clergy with a display of his power; no doubt he succeeded in this. In this scenario, the convocation would be viewed as a pretext for the show of strength.

    St. Dominic’s Abbey, a Dominican monastery, was established in 1243.

    On 30 December 1640, Cashel was captured by an Irish force under Pilib Ó Dubhuir (died 1648) of Dundrum and his brother Donnchadh Ó Dubhuir (hanged in 1652). They took prisoner 300 members of the English garrison and inhabitants. The following day, 15 prisoners were killed as revenge for earlier atrocities against the Irish; however, this was against Ó Dubhuir’s orders. In 1647, during the Irish Confederate Wars, the town was stormed and sacked by English Parliamentarian troops under the 6th Baron Inchiquin (later created the 1st Earl of Inchiquin). Over 1,000 Irish Catholic soldiers and civilians, including several prominent clerics, were killed in the attack and ensuing massacre.

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