Adare Village, County Limerick,
Adare in County Limerick steeped in history, is set in the rich Golden Vale with ancient churches, world renowned thatched cottages and many ruins strewn along the banks of the majestic river Maigue. Top Visitor attractions in Adare as recommended by us
- Old Creamery Adare
- Adare Heritage Centre
- Fishing with Celtic Angling
- Clonshire Equestrian & Polo Centre
- Foynes Flying Boat Museum
- Georgian House Limerick
- Limerick Gardens
- Local Gardens (Phyl Boyce)
- Kilcornan Karting
- Limerick Racecourse.
- Fun Ireland "Team Building" packages
- Stonehall Visitor Animal Farm
- Walking in Ballyhoura.
- Woodlands Kids Camp.
- Shannon Region Tourism
- Limerick Race course
- Boyce's Gardens
A trip to the Adare Heritage Centre is a must for any history enthusiast, where a wide array of Craft Shops, Heraldry Information and a historical tour all wait to be explored. Adare Heritage Centre also organises guided tours of Adare.
Shopping in Adare is an experience with the streets lined with enchanting thatched cottages, selling Crafts, Fashions and Antiques. Adare is home to fashion designer Michaelina Stacpoole, whose fashions can be viewed in her shop on the main street.
Adare and the surrounding area boasts a wide variety of attractions and activities: Fishing on the River Maigue comprises mainly of Game Angling with Salmon & Grilse plentiful.
Golf - their is a huge choice of golf courses available locally. Only a 5 min drive away from the hotel is the Robert Trent Jones Designed Adare Hotel Golf Course and the Adare Manor Golf Club. Limerick has a variety of quality golf courses as well as great courses available in the wider Shannon Region
Equestrian activities are the order of the day at The Clonshire Equestrian & Polo Center, just outside the village. Adare is also well renowned in Hunting Circles as a meeting point for local hunts, The hunting season runs from November to March and arrangements can be made with local hunts if you wish to go hunting during your stay.
Stonehall Visitor Animal Farm - a visit to this farm is a must for those with children. Both adults and children will really enjoy a leisurely walk around the farm. There is a multitude of animals both local and exotic to enjoy. Buttercup farm is another local farm that will entertain children.
Curraghchase Forest Park boasts a 600 acre plantation featuring a lake, walkways, a nature trail, ruins of the home of the late 18th Century Poet Aubrey de Vere and just a few meters along the road you will find the Celtic Theme Park & Gardens.
Shooting, Clay Pigeon Shooting, and Pitch & Putt are just some of the other activities available locally.
So why not choose the one of the finest hotels in Limerick, the Woodlands House Hotel for your adare hotel break!
- Activities in Co. Limerick
- What's on in Limerick
- Local Activities
- Angling Ireland
- Equestrian Ireland
- Fishing Ireland
- Limerick Canine Club
- Ballyhoura Walking Routes
- Shannon River Boating Guide
- Killaloe Activity Centre
- Hunt Museum
- Rugby in Limerick