`We defy anyone picking up a Sister Fidelma Mystery not to be hooked on these superbly written historical thrillers.' - RTÉ (Book Programme).
Sister Fidelma is the heroine of the 7th Century Irish mystery novels of Peter Tremayne. Her brother is Colgú, the historical King of Munster (AD 666-678) who ruled from Cashel. Fidelma is not only an Irish religieuse but also a trained advocate of the ancient Irish law system of the time - the Laws of the Fénechus, popularly called the Brehon law system. The Sister Fidelma Mysteries currently appear in 13 languages throughout the world. She has become one of Cashel's international literary icons. Further details are available from The International Sister Fidelma Society's website at www.sisterfidelma.com.
`Tremayne has brought our colourful roots to life …' Irish Times
`This is masterly storytelling from an author who breathes fascinating life into the world he is writing about.' - Belfast Telegraph
"For those who have not yet read a Fidelma Mystery, you may well be inspired by what's on offer at the guesthouse to do so. But even if you are not, this is the ideal central location for anyone wishing to visit the historic old town that has existed here at least since the 3rd Century AD when the Eóghanacht dynasty made it their capital.
"Cashel has many ancient sites and places of interest. And even if history is not `your thing' there is much else to do in this beautiful countryside and your hosts will be able to advise you on all the amenities on offer."
Peter Tremayne, author of the Sister Fidelma Mysteries.