Adare Manor - General Information
Adare Manor Hotel is an early 19th century manorhouse set on 840 acres of estate in Limerick. Featuring a Golf Club, the Lavendar Cottage, Townhouses and Villas all within Adare Manor Hotel and resort.
The Golf course is notable because it was home to the Irish Open in both the years 2007 and 2008.
For those more interested in angling the estate features exquisite trout fishing on the River Maigue.
Other outdoor activities include clay pigeon shooting, archery and horse riding.
For those more inclined to staying indoors and relaxing there is luxurious Spa located in the Lavendar Cottage. Here fully trained beauty therapists offer a plethora of body treatments, massages and wraps.
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Adare Manor Situated in the lush heartlands of County Limerick, Adare Manor and Golf Resort is one of Ireland’s most evocative and spellbinding hotels. Steeped in exotic history and surrounded by medieval ruins, its 840-acre demesne is home to beautiful parklands, superb trout fishing on the river Maigue, and a renowned 18 hole championship […]
Putting Adare Manor on the map
Adare Manor takes its name from nearby village of Adare, Co. Limerick. The Manor was started by the Second Earl of Dunraven, Windham Quin and and his wife, Lady Caroline Wyndham, and it took almost 30 years for the manor to take its current form. First buildings were constructed in 1825, with the latest constructions finished in 1852 by Lord Dunraven’s eldest son, the 3rd Earl of Dunraven.
The home remained in the Dunraven family until 1982 when Lord and Lady Dunraven sold it to an investment consortium.
Read more: history of the Adare Manor.
Shannon International Airport is 40 mins from the hotel by car. The hotel is within easy reach of Ireland’s stunning west coast and the historic cities of Limerick and Galway.
Adare Manor offers a great variety of accommodation options:
1 Presidential Suite
4 Dunraven Staterooms
34 Deluxe Rooms
15 Standard Rooms
20 Two and Four Bedroom Townhouses
- 46 Three Bedroom Villas
Read more at the official accommodation page of the Adare Manor Hotel.
The River Maigue is great for fishing with wild brown trout and spring salmon. There’s also two private lakes on the grounds of the hotel.
The Maigue is one of the Ireland’s most notable trout rivers. Brown trout may be fished year round, and salmon from May to September. Fish as large as 13 lbs and 31 lbs respectively have been taken from under the Weeping Willows and beneath the sprawling ruins of the Franciscan Friary. Wet and dry fly fishing prevail depending on the season, and any landed catch can be turned in at the kitchen for an angler’s supper. Rods, tackle and apparel are available from the ghillie, who is as happy teaching a novice as keeping an old-hand company.
- The Cliffs of Moher
- Ailwee Cave
- Bunratty Castle
- Desmond Castle
Read more at the Adare Manor Hotel – Activities page.
- Official website: Adare Manor Hotel
- Adare Manor Golf Club
- Adare Golf Club
- Irish Open at Adare Manor
- Dunraven Family Public Records
- Adare Manor: A Gothic Revival Country Home In Ireland @ About.com
For more contacts, please visit the Adare Manor Hotel – Contacts page.
Adare Manor Photos
- Aerial View
Adare Manor Castle photos
All of these photos are courtesy of the official Adare Manor Hotel website.
Adare Manor - Contact InformationOfficial website: Adare Manor
Address: Adare Village, Co. Limerick
Phone: +353 61 605200
Fax: +353 61 396124