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The Gate Lodge Cottage is a beautiful 200 year old thatched cottage in the heart of Adare Village, County Limerick. This two bedroom cottage is an ideal location for touring, golfing, fishing, equestrian activities and walking.
The Unicorn has something to suit all palates.
Rising high above the plains, the Galty Mountains form an impressive backdrop to the verdant Glen of Aherlow and Ballyhoura Country.
Limerick City's Cathedral of St Mary Blessed Virgin was founded in 1168 on the site of a palace donated by Donal Mor O’Brien, King of Munster. Experts believe parts of the palace are incorporated into the present structure.
The Farmers Market at Crescent Shopping Centre takes place every Wednesday from 9.30am to 2.30pm in Dooradoyle, County Limerick. A selection of stalls sell a variety of fresh local produce and home-baked goods.
Leens Hotel is a two-star accommodation situated in Abbeyfeale, County Limerick. The recently refurbished hotel offers ensuite rooms and serves lunch and bar food throughout the day.
Aubars bar, Bistro and Nightclub is an award winning venue in the heart of Limerick City. Aubars is the only city centre bar to pour a selection of 10 wines by the glass. Why not sample one of the many delicious cocktails availabe.
Patrick and Bridget McElligott established McElligott Coaches in 1975, since then the family run business has gone from strength to strength. The knowledge and experience that has been gained over the years has been utilised to provide and maintain the highest quality service, with the result that our clients return to us again and again.
Newcastle West Golf Club is located in Ardagh, Co. Limerick. This highly acclaimed 18 hole parkland golf course, features strategic bunkering, water hazards, many groves of trees and well designed risk and reward holes.
Curran's Heraldry are family crest experts specialising in all aspects of the science of Coat-of-Arms.
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