“In sweet Adare, the jocund spring, his notes of odorous joy is breathing; the wild birds in the woodland sing, the wild flowers in the vale are wreathing.” G. Griffin.
The enchanting heritage village of Adare, makes a perfect day trip for those who love history and natural beauty; with the Adare Heritage Centre making a great place from which to start exploring. Offering a superb blend of Shopping, Dining & Historical Discovery: Adare Heritage Centre is also a visitor attraction; abundant with information on ‘Ireland’s prettiest village’ famed for its great hospitality, well-rounded thatched cottages, and sweet, peaceful atmosphere. Founded in the 13th century, as a strategic location and market town on the River Maigue, Adare is located south-west of the city of Limerick, and has been home to the Earls of Dunraven(Quinn Family) for over three centuries. Take a journey into the rich and colourful past, with the lovely, helpful team who really go out of their way to ensure visitors have a great time! In the early 19th century, the Earl of Dunraven, developed plans for townhouses and streets, which are present to this day.
Ideally located in a picture perfect village at the heart of County Limerick, this bar is an absolute Irish Jewel. Dating back to 1806, it is rich in history, stylish and has a lovely warm atmosphere. *
Award Winning - Off The Bone Gastropub, part of the Great National South Court Hotel, truly raises the bar when it comes to hotel restaurants: and positively brims over with a piping hot passion, and probing prominence for freshness from farm to fork. ‘Farm Fresh, Ocean Fresh, Market Fresh’
The Great National South Court Hotel stands out as one of the finest business and leisure hotels in the area. Superbly situated a mere 5 mins from the ancient city of Limerick; where the blue-grey River Shannon meets the Wild Atlantic Way - the Great National South Court Hotel: