98 Accommodation, 28 Events , 266 Things to do
Celtic Angling is based near Adare in County Limerick. It is owned and run by Paddy Dunworth who is an angler with 35 years’ experience and an intimate knowledge of the fisheries and antiquities of this beautiful region.
Kings Yard now provides a full range of services for all climbers and walkers to the area.
This castle was erected with an ancient ring-fort, around the early part of the 13th century. It became a strategic fortress during the following turbulent years.
Ballingowan House is a pink Georgian house with distinctive features throughout, overlooking farmlands. It is locally known as The Pink House and has landscaped gardens for guests' use.
Residential, art, craft and culture courses at a restored and extended old Irish cottage. Courses currently offered include painting and embroidery and additional courses are run from time to time.
This family owned and run traditional thatched farmhouse is set in peaceful surroundings with its own private garden, close to the pretty village of Adare in County Limerick. The area is ideal for golf, angling, horse riding and touring.
You will find the George Boutique Hotel’s modern Irish restaurant ‘gBK’ just off O’Connell Street in Limerick City Centre. The team are waiting to welcome you for breakfast, lunch or dinner (early bird available) all year round.
Country home on N69 scenic route. Curraghchase caravan park, golf course, fishing and horse riding locally.
Fanningstown Castle is a beautifully restored, romantic, Gothic style castle, dating from the 12th Century. It is located among dairy farms in the heart of Ireland's Golden Vale region, 5km from the picturesque village of Adare, in County Limerick.
The Clarion Hotel and Leisure Centre Limerick, Ireland's tallest hotel, is superbly located by the River Shannon in Limerick City Centre, just fifteen minutes from Shannon Airport.
From €12 per person per night
280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
From €109 pps
If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com