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Limerick is a historical yet modern city located at the mouth of the River Shannon in the midwest region of Ireland. This city is home to several third-level education institutions, including University of Limerick, giving the city a very youthful feel. There is a very vibrant nightlife, with many pubs, bars, and nightclubs located in the city centre area. There are several reasonably priced Limerick hostels located in the city centre area. These hostels offer both private and dorm-style accommodation and are also within walking distance from the main train station.
St. John's Castle and Museum, located on Kings Island next to the River Shannon, is a very interesting and historically significant attraction. Also, the Treaty Stone is a very famous and important landmark worth visiting. Limerick is located close to several other famous attractions -- Bunratty Castle and Folk Park is just a fifteen-minutes bus ride away. This medieval castle dates back to the tenth century and is very popular among tourists. Craggaunowen, located twenty minutes from Limerick, is an open-air archaeological museum depicting life in Ireland during the Iron Age.
The River Shannon itself is very popular among fishing enthusiasts. It is also ideal for sailing and other various water sports, with several harbours and facilities located near the city.
Limerick is a very famous sporting city. Thomond Park is home to the successful Munster rugby team. This stadium hosts many European and domestic championship games throughout the rugby season. It is famous for its unique and exciting atmosphere. Also, Gaelic Grounds is the home stadium for the Limerick hurling and Gaelic football teams. These sports are very popular among locals and games can get very exciting.
Limerick is located twenty minutes from Shannon Airport, which has regular services to several destinations in the UK, Europe, and North America. Limerick has a bus and train station, which connect the city to other major towns and cities in Ireland.
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"… highest standard. Hotel grade mattresses, Egyptian cotton linen and solid hardwood beds. There is alot of hardwood furniture throughout the hostel and this adds to the rustic feel of the place. The living room is a really comfortable cosy room with large comfy sofas. Each bed is made of solid hardwood, with hotel grade mattresses, very high quality duvets and pillows dressed in egyptian cotton linen. It is finished to the highest...
"This is a family run guesthouse, set on 1 acre of landscaped gardens. Situated on the main Limerick - Shannon road, this property is within minutes of the city centre and Thomand Park. All sixteen rooms in our property are en-suite, with multichannel TV, WiFi, trouser press, hairdryer and direct dial telephone. Complimentary tea/coffee is available throughout the day in our spacious residents lounge. There is a 22 space Carpark and...
Castle Moor B&B
"Absolutely wonderful stay - From the moment I walked in I felt so welcomed into the Castle Moor home. The hosts bent over backwards and really went above and beyond the call of duty. This was my first time at a B&B and I must say it has set a thoroughly high standard I doubt will be beat. Thank you to Gwen for all of your help and advice during my stay, the cooking was sensational. I loved my stay here." … "… with en-suite...
"… viewing as well as tea & coffee making facilities. Other amenities include ironing facilities and hairdryers. Secure guest car parking is on offer. Internet access available. Breakfast is prepared freshly every day. Attractions located close to Armada Lodge include Bunratty Castle (15 minutes drive), Shannon Airport (15 minutes drive) and some of Limerick city's top attractions including King Johns Castle and the...
Robins Nest Guesthouse
"… from a selection of en-suite single, double or twin rooms with access to a shared kitchen, living room and off-road parking too! Robins Nest accommodates up to 8 people sharing and is available from only 20 euros a night per person sharing, including all bills, refuse collection, parking, towels and bed linen. Attractive rates available for group bookings contact us today to discuss the options. Robins Nest is your home away...
Avondoyle Country Home
"… Tourist Board, Avondoyle is also a member of Bed and Breakfast Ireland. Avondoyle is rated as a 3 star accommodation by Bed and Breakfast Ireland. Avondoyle is convenient to Shannon Airport, Adare and Bunratty Folk Village, Lough Gur Bronze Age settlement and Creganowen. We are ideally located for day trips to the Cliffs of Moher, Cahir Castle, the Rock of Cashel and Galway City. Many of our guests also make day-trips to...
Three Gables B&B Ireland
"… is also part of the Wild Atlantic Way, and you can join the route here. Curraghchase Forest Park is a woodland estate with lakes, which surrounds the 18th century Curraghchase House. It is a popular walking, cycling and picnic location. The Celtic Theme Park and Gardens near Kilcornan are situated on an original Celtic settlement. Find authentic and re-created features from Ireland's past as you walk through the beautiful gardens....
Ashgrove House B&B
"We spent four days at this guesthouse. The Quinns are wonderful people who went out of their way to make our stay very enjoyable. We visited Blarney, Bunratty and Rock of Cashel while we were here. Thank you, Helen and Frank." … "… in the Shannon area. Great freshwater fishing, including exceptional salmon fishing at O'Briens Bridge, Castleconnell, the Mulcair river and the river Fergus. There are many friendly towns and...
"… organise a private day tour (4 people) at a very fair rate. The single bedrooms are very comfortable with free wi/fi access and multi-channell television.There is also tea/coffee making facility in the rooms.---- The twin bedded rooms are also very comfortable with free wi/fi access and multi-chanell television.They are also en-suite.---- We have a large bedroom with a double bed and a single bed.this room can be reserved for 2...
"Very clean, cheerful, helpful staff. I stayed there June 2005 and would go back." … "… (by car or taxi), and Shannon Airport just 15 miles. Free Wi-Fi and internet room. We have rooms to suit everyone's needs; Single, Twin or Family, and modern shower units which are meticulously maintained As well as all the usual amenities you'd expect, we also have some special extras to make sure you enjoy your stay in Limerick, with...
"… Centre Location. Free Parking.. Relax in our Garden after a long day of sightseeing with a cup of Tea /Coffee or take a walk along the River Shannon. **O'Driscoll's B&B. was a Nominee in the Irish Welcome Awards 2006 .** O'Driscoll's B&B. is an Ideal Touring Base for the Mid-West & South-West of Ireland.The Cliffs of Moher, Ailwee Caves, The Burren, Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, Loophead Peninsula as well as the...
"… to Shannon Airport, and is located at a key intersection for those travelling to Kerry, Cork or northwards to Galway. The Limerick Travelodge hotel offers modern, spacious rooms together with unbeatable fixed room pricing. For the budget conscious family, corporate guest or short break customer the Limerick Travelodge hotel can't be beaten for inexpensive accommodation, low cost or value. Each room can accommodate three adults...
"… Hotel is Located in the Heart of Limerick City, Beside the Main Pedestrian Shopping District, Close to Lively Pubs, Restaurants, Cafes and Local Attractions. One of the Most Competitive Hotels in Limerick just off Patrick Street, Offering Comfortable en-suite Rooms, with 26 Rooms in Total. Adjacent to The Boutique Hotel is the Lively Gastro Bar, The Old Quarter, Serving Food Daily Until 8pm and Offering Live Music Every Weekend....
Kilmurry Lodge Hotel
"… with its extensive gym and 50 metre swimming pool. Nelligan's Bar, with its traditional Irish Pub culture, serves the best locally sourced produce combined with friendly Irish hospitality and service, lunch and dinner served daily. Flannagan's Restaurant serves an extensive Buffet each morning. Limerick Golf Club, Unigolf centre and the University Concert Hall are all less than a 5-minute drive. The Kilmurry Lodge Hotel is...
Maldron Hotel Limerick
"Largest Hotel in Limerick with Leisure Centre, Bar, Restaurant & Meeting Rooms Only 1.5 Kilometers from Limerick city centre with FREE car parking. In close proximity to the UL and Raheen Business Park. Hotels leisure centre consists of 20m swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, steam room and treatment suites." … "… take the first exit for Limerick. Go through next small roundabout and you will see the hotel entrance on the...
Travelodge Limerick Castletroy
"… you to our hotel and hope you will enjoy your stay with us. Cafe Noir Open 7:30 Last Orders 10pm Lunch menu from 12:30 Caf Noir is a classic French Caf concept offering made to order, handcrafted products. An extensive dinner menu is now available, featuring steaks, fish and chicken from the char grill in the state-of-the-art open-plan kitchen. With a range of daily specials, including fresh prawns, sea bass and...
Limerick Travel Tips & Suggestions
Take your thermals. It's always cold in Limerick. That draft from the River Shannon gets up your kilt.
— Cracked pot,
There are no hostels in Limerick. The city is full of refugees and the government have crammed them in to the tourist hostels. It's disgusting. The refugees are there because the government takes money to accept them in and then virtually imprisons them allowing no opportunities to work or integrate. I was shocked by all I saw and experienced in Limerick.
— liam mccarthy
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