A 5-star castle hotel that offers award-winning dining, golf resort, spa, and luxury accommodation fit for Kings and Queens.
Situated in the scenic village of Adare in County Limerick, Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Resort is a five-star luxury hotel and is the best of its kind in this part of Ireland. Set on 840 acres of picturesque estate, the hotel is surrounded by cultivated gardens, magnificent trees, formal French gardens, lush parklands, and a trout river. There is plenty to do and enjoy at the property, such as fishing, falconry, archery, cycling, clay pigeon shooting, axe throwing, horse riding, woodland walk, and bushcraft adventure, among many others.
Upon arriving at the castle hotel, you will be greeted by the breathtaking grandeur of The Great Hall Reception, complete with vaulted arches, soaring ceilings, and enormous windows. The manor itself features 19th-century Gothic Revival architecture and is adorned with 4 towers, 7 stone pillars, 52 ornate chimneys, and 365 leaded windows. The castle displays wood and stone carvings, heraldry, and gargoyles, adding to its Gothic elegance and chivalric past.
Dining at the castle hotel is an experience to treasure. The Oak Restaurant is a Michelin-star restaurant that offers exemplary service and exquisite dining. Guests can also dine at The Drawing Room, The Tack Room, and The Carriage House. The golf club lies just outside the castle and offers panoramic views of the lush grounds. Make your stay even more relaxing by getting the most of the hotel’s spa treatments and offers.
Originally built as a Georgian mansion, the Adare Manor was later transformed into a glorious Gothic Revival castle, complete with gargoyles, decorative carvings, ornate chimneys, towers, stone pillars, and more. The Gothic grandeur of the castle are added with luxurious contemporary updates in the rooms and interiors.
One of the highlights at the castle hotel is The Oak Room, which was awarded with a Michelin star in 2019. Other dining options include breakfast, snacks, or afternoon tea at The Gallery; pre-dinner drinks, coffee, and light bites at The Drawing Room; or savoury snacks and world-class whiskeys, cocktails, and fine spirits at The Tack.
The hotel and resort are set on 840 acres of parkland and gardens in the picturesque village of Adare in County Limerick. Conveniently located in the gateway to Southwest Ireland, the hotel is just a 30-minute drive away from Shannon International Airport and a 90-minute drive from Cork Airport.
1 Bedroom Suites
Rose and Lavender Cottages
Adare, County Limerick, Ireland
The Oak Room is the first Michelin Star restaurant in Limerick. Set in a handsome oak-panelled room, the restaurant offers an elegant but relaxed dining experience. Headed by Chef Michael Tweedie, the restaurant serves elegant seasonal menus using exceptional Irish ingredients such as farmed meats and game, fine seafood, foraged plants and herbs, and local vegetables. The restaurant also has a fine collection of excellent wines to complete your fine dining experience. Dinner is served daily from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
Masterfully designed and magnificently maintained, the Golf Course at Adare Manor is one of the best golf destinations in Ireland. Set within the spectacular estate, the golf was named World’s Best New Golf Course in 2018 by the World Golf Awards. Designed to inspire and challenge, the golf course proudly hosts the Ryder Cup 2027.
Adare Manor Spa is a sanctuary of relaxation with a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere. Indulge yourself in the relaxing treatment rooms and get beauty treatments at the manicure and pedicure bar. Get exceptional hands-on treatments from dedicated personal therapists. You can even get the ultimate skincare indulgence. All these are designed to make you feel renewed and revitalized.
Built in 1210, King’s John Castle remains one of the most iconic landmarks in Limerick. Located on the banks of River Shannon in King’s Island, the castle brings to life more than 800 years of history and heritage. The castle’s most prominent features is the magnificent double-towered gatehouse. Open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Another popular attraction in Limerick is the People’s Park, which is located in Pery Square within easy access from the bus terminal and railway station. Formally opened in 1877, this public park was built in memory of Richard Russell. It’s an ideal location for walks, strolls, and other outdoor activities. You can also visit the Limerick City Gallery of Art, which is located on the northern edge of the park.
Conveniently located on the northern edge of People’s Park, the Limerick City Gallery of Art is a popular tourist attraction for the art enthusiasts. Housed in a Romanesque Revival building, the museum is the largest contemporary art gallery in the Mid-Western Region of Ireland. It houses fine collections of paintings and other artworks by various national and international artists.