What better way to see the River Shannon
This county is hiding a wealth of waterways and lush landscapes
Free weekend of activities at Share Discovery Village
Enjoy a break in the Stables Tearoom at Florence Court,
Overlooking a tree lined park in Limerick city’s Georgian quarter, No. 1 Pery Square is a luxury, intimate boutique...
Enjoy a boat trip on board the River Queen passenger boat on the River Shannon. Enjoy a trip from Shannonbridge to Clonmacnoise.
Some of Ireland’s finest farmland is in County Tipperary and in Celtic times good farms were the source of wealth and...
The Derryglad Folk Museum houses a unique 25 year collection of restored horse drawn machinery, tradesman’s tools, household...
Aubars bar, Bistro and Nightclub is an award winning venue in the heart of Limerick City. Aubars is the only city centre...
Unique décor, delicious Irish food & drink, the best International and Irish entertainment and top quality sporting...
The Limerick St. Patrick's Festival is a weekend-long celebration featuring Ireland's largest regional parade and the...
The Ardhowen welcomes this talented trio on their first visit to the Gallery Bar.
Come along and delve off the beaten track to explore “Real” caving deep inside the Marble Arch Caves
Join Geopark staff to search for foraging bats in the woodland.
Come along to our pop-up camping event at Florence Court for a summer evening under the stars.
From £35 per day in 2017
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