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Adare Manor is a neo-Gothic architectural masterpiece, once the family seat of the Earls of Dunraven. Today it is cherished as a warm and welcoming 5 star luxury resort, defined by its spectacular setting, authentic …Morehistoric character, and the impeccable service of its world-class staff. Situated in the beautiful village of Adare and just 25 minutes from Shannon airport. The 104 guest rooms are air conditioned and lavishly appointed with original art, Georgian-style furnishings, luscious textiles and marble bathrooms. Guests may design a bespoke itinerary of activities in and around the sweeping 840 acre estate of formal gardens, peaceful forests and rolling parklands. Golf, falconry, archery, fishing, La Mer spa treatments and more are all conducted on site, with further adventures such as horseback riding and shooting available within a short drive. Fine dining and world-class libations across the resort’s many restaurants, lounges and bars offer something to tempt every palate. Less
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
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Travellers' Choice2018 Winner
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Myself and my girlfriend decided to stay on a whim last week. We only live 15 minutes away in limerick. I am so glad we did. To say it's an experience is a huge understatement. Quite simply the nicest hotel I have ever stayed at...More
At first, the posted prices may leave you wondering whether it could be worth it. YES IT IS. We enjoyed everything about our visit, except I suggest passing on the Oak Room’s Chef’s tasting menu. Finest golf course I’ve ever played. Try the signature burger...More
Excellent hotel. Great staff and top quality food. Really enjoyed our break in Adare Manor. We are in the carraige house and had drinks in the Tack Room. Great atmosphere in both and very friendly staff.
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Afternoon tea at Adare Manor was bliss from beginning to end. My only criticism is too much food, although leaving with a beautiful box of our treats to take home to prolong the treat was even better! If you are looking for a treat for...More
As one of the 'Leading Hotels of the World' obviously this hotel was going to be good. We were a family of four staying for one night. I was shocked at how expensive one night was but decided to proceed with the booking anyway as...More
Yes we just stayed there for 7 nights this past summer with two boys 6 and 3. They LOVED it and cried on the last night- they didn’t want to leave. The staff loves kids and there are all sorts of little surprises for them... More
Yes we just stayed there for 7 nights this past summer with two boys 6 and 3. They LOVED it and cried on the last night- they didn’t want to leave. The staff loves kids and there are all sorts of little surprises for them. Doing high tea? There is a special children’s tea with cotton candy and cookies! Tasting menu? Make sure they know there are kids attending and they will do a custom menu to appease a child’s palate (and seat you in a tucked away place). The pool is so much fun and used much. The fairy trail is amazing. I mean, it’s like an art installation for kids. Do not miss it. And leave an hour or more. So much to interact with and see. The falconry is suitable for kids of all ages- owls don’t weigh much at all and the 2YO will love holding them by themselves (and great photos). And of course, the grounds! So big and beautiful and they can run and play in the gardens. Just stay off the golf course, but there is lots to see and do on the grounds.
Then there is the town and site seeing nearby! They won’t be bored.