Limerick, Galway, Connemara and the West, Ireland
At a Glance
840 acres of parkland to explore at your leisure
Adare Village one of the most picturesque in Ireland
Castle Hotel experience in modern luxury
Golf Course designed by Tom Fazio
Restored in opulent detail maintaining original features and a regal ambiance
Best time to Visit
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It is very difficult to predict the weather in Ireland - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but Ireland does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.
To start planning your vacation to Adare Manor
An historic manor house dating back to the 19th century, Adare Manor boasts elegant, contemporary interiors alongside its original gothic architecture. This 840-acre estate is the perfect base to explore beautiful Southwest Ireland.
Following a sympathetic renovation, this beautiful manor home has been revived to it's former glory with incredible attention to detail by the current owner, JP Mcmanus. Adare Manor is located on an 840 acre estate in County Limerick, Southwest Ireland and the estate offers a perfect base to explore this stunning part of Ireland. Close by, Adare village is a quaint Irish village featuring thatched-roofed cottages, a heritage center and an array of inviting boutiques, pubs and restaurants. Within this local village there is even a castle and an Abbey.
The hotel offers something for everyone - a luxury castle feeling for couples looking for a romantic getaway, state of the art golf for those keen to try their clubs on this championship course and, for those looking for a little pampering, the La Mer Spa is the only one of its kind in the British isles. There is also an abundance of activities for active families looking to explore the outdoors ranging from falconry to archery, horse-riding, cycling and fishing. This historic country castle escape has it all.
The hotel has 104 individually-designed rooms and suites that are luxurious and elegant. Each room is equipped with the latest technology, stunning marble bathrooms and top of the range amenities. The soft, plump bedding is very inviting after a long day exploring the hotel's grounds and trying out the vast range of activities.
The Oak Room is the main dining room and was the former family dining room. The high arches and oak-paneled walls offer an elegant atmosphere where you can recall the fabulous dinner parties that have taken place in this room over the years. The menu features fine dining with responsibly-sourced meat, game and seafood and the freshest local produce available. Breakfast and afternoon tea are served in the magical Gallery, a monumental room which closely resembles a cathedral and is surrounded by ancient wood carvings and meticulously-restored stained glass. The Tack Room offers cocktails and light fare for casual evenings. Adare Manor is a luxury retreat that will exceed all of your expectations.
The 104 The spacious rooms and suites are individually-decorated to the highest standard and in neutral tones. Each room and suite is equipped with smart technology, luxurious bed linens and Aqua Di Parma toiletries.
These elegant and simple bedrooms offer 463 square feet of space, en-suite bath with rainfall shower, king size bed and a view of the river, the woodlands or the golf course
The deluxe rooms offer 538 square feet, en-suite bath with rainfall shower, king size bed or two double beds and many different estate views.
These expansive rooms offer 592 square feet including a fireplace and comfortable sitting area, en-suite bath with double vanity, separate shower and bath, king bed or two double beds and beautiful views of the estate.
These spacious suites boast 926 square feet, king bed, sitting area and ensuite bath with double vanity and separate shower and bath.
These spectacular bedrooms are located in the historic Manor House and they offer 753 square feet, fantastic views, a king size bed and private sitting area furnished with a sofa, desk and fireplace. The ensuite bathroom has double vanity and separate shower and extra deep bath
The top suites at Adare Manor are luxurious in every way. They offer 1076 square feet, a separate living area and bedroom and an expansive ensuite bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and bathtub. These suites also come with a dedicated Manor Butler to personalize your stay.
Adare Manor has always been a family home and children are welcome in the resort. Babysitting services are offered through the concierge. Children of all ages are bound to enjoy the fun activities on offer.
Adare Manor has three restaurants as well as a full menu in the drawing room and breakfast and afternoon tea in the Gallery. Surrounding the hotel is the Tom Fazio Championship Golf Course as well as 840 acres of parkland, offering a choice of activities for everyone. There is a also a fully-serviced spa, pool and fitness center, as well as a cinema.
Adare Manor is a playground for adults and children alike. Wander through the woodlands, enjoy a leisurely ride on one of the Pashley bicycles, or try a round of golf on the state of the art championship course. If you prefer something a little more adventurous, spend a few hours learning about falconry, archery, horse riding, game shooting, Irish Gundogs, or world class trout and salmon fishing on th River Maigue. The hotel also has Ireland's first La Mer Spa and a fitness center and pool.
Haile Brant (Staff)
Adare Manor reveals how truly special it is within moments of your arrival. Porters clad with dusters and top hats collect your bag and welcome you to the hotel guiding you into the grand main castle. The towering grey stone transports you to a different century and seemingly a different world. As you enter the manor it feels as if your are in a 16th century palace, ornate rugs, grand chandelier tower above your head and the stone work is truly stunning with impressive carvings. Take some time to walk around the river on the many paths for fabulous views of the castle and grounds, and discover the many activities featured on property. Try something new such as falconry or try your hand at archery! Take some time away from the property and enjoy the town surrounding Adare, cute shops and cafes lie just outside the property walls. The many restaurants at Adare will definitely keep you satisfied. From a fine dining experience at The Oak Room where the chef showcases Irish delicacies using Irish produce or a more casual meal in The Carriage House, make sure to leave time and room for a visit to the posh Tack Bar. This bar is underground with low mood lighting, plush red booths, and deep house music so you will feel as though you are at a Hollywood after party with the most exclusive crowd.
Gwen Nicol (Staff)
Adare Manor is an exquisite luxury hotel set in on 840 acres in the beautiful Adare Village in County Limerick, Ireland. When you drive through the magnificent gates, you will feel your blood pressure drop as you begin to see a glimpse of the stately manor house at the end of the drive. After a 2 year and 200 million-euro sympathetic restoration, this grand dame is a luxury retreat like none other. The rooms are beautiful, luxurious and neutral in decor. Each room and suite has been decorated to the highest standard and I had a very restful night's sleep during my stay. The grand hall, the drawing room and the gallery of the hotel have been carefully restored from tip to top. The grounds of the hotel are expansive, and they offer many activities to keep you as active or relaxed as you wish during your stay. The hotel has a state of the art championship golf course, woodland walks or cycles, luxurious spa, archery, falconry, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding and much more. Adare Manor is a destination hotel, but it is also perfectly positioned for exploring the local area. This hotel is luxurious and elegant in every way and it is sure to become a favorite for all.
Clay Shooting & Archery
Experience this Irish tradition, followed by kings and lords for centuries. Test your skill against a bolting rabbit, springing teal or wily woodcock. Or aim for the bull's eye on an archery target.
Cliffs of Moher
Soaring over 700 feet, the Cliffs of Moher are a magnificent 8-kilometer stretch of sea cliffs along the Atlantic coast of Clare. Wonderful views and fabulous seabird colonies make the Cliffs of Moher a must-see natural attraction in the west of Ireland.
Irish Farm and Sheep Dog Herding
Head out for a day on the farm to experience first hand the intriguing art of sheepdog farming and watch in awe as the farmer and pup work together seamlessly as the perfect team to corral the wandering sheep.
Private Walking Tour of the Burren
The Burren landscape, with its unusual limestone rock formations, fascinating prehistoric archaeology and renowned flora and fauna, provides a spectacular terrain for a guided walk. Explore its secrets on a half-day walking tour with your private guide.
Rock of Cashel
Sometimes known as Cashel of the Kings, the Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary is a spectacular collection of medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone rock.
Enjoy a sea kayaking adventure as you enjoy the beautiful Irish coastline , navigating sheltered waters to hidden coves. Keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife such as puffins or seals whilst listening to the calming lap of the ocean.
The Aran Islands
Situated off Ireland’s west coast, the Aran Islands offer spectacular limestone pavements, awesome coastal scenery and a traditional way of life that is still very much alive. A day trip or an overnight stay will live with you long after you’ve returned.
The Ring of Kerry
Snaking more than 120 scenically captivating miles in a circular route around the Iveragh Peninsula in southwest Ireland’s County Kerry, The Ring of Kerry takes in rugged and verdant coastal landscapes, lakes and mountains and charming seaside villages.
Location & directions
Limerick, Galway, Connemara and the West, Ireland
Adare Manor is located in Adare Village in County Limerick - the gateway to Southwest Ireland.