Adare Lodge B&B

Address: Station Rd, Adare, County Limerick, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Station Rd, Adare, is near Askeaton Friary, Castle Matrix, Irish Palatine Heritage Centre, and Stonehall Heritage Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Adare

Where are the Leprechaun's?

A travel blog entry by urawally on Jul 20, 2013

... The people we have met along the way are very nice and hospitable. Driving around Ireland compared to UK is better because you can see over the hedges and view the scenery, where as in the UK you can't see because the hedges are much higher than the car. We arrived in Ireland by ferry, which was as calm a trip on water one could wish for...dead flat all the way...very nice. We arrived in Dublin for 2 nights. ...

Traveling to the Castle - our last stop

A travel blog entry by hansonerin on Jun 04, 2013

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... s are in St Paul, MN; the guy who did it with about 6 staff, was in Wales. Their are 299 copies worldwide and unbeknownst to us, LMU has one. No one sees it much cuz our librarian is very conservative. Alas. This book is very cool. And very user friendly--they even showed us how they did corrections! Inventive. The caligraphy and art work is fab. Lunch and hurling (stick and a ball) followed. Great fun and everyone was great. Tom was crowned the king hurler and ...

Most Beautiful Village in Ireland

A travel blog entry by tabbercat on Feb 16, 2013

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... heard it was even more beautiful in the summer when there are actually leaves on the tress and vines but I still liked it now. It's probably really expensive but whatever.

Then we just walked around the town and park area. We also went into the old church. But soon we had to get on the bus and go to Bunratty castle.

Adare was cute, but I don't know if it was anything super special.

And I'm Home

A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 10, 2012

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Tuesday, my final day in Limerick was the saddest day of all. I only just started packing Tuesday morning and surprisingly fit everything into my luggage. A few people called by the house to say goodbye. They still do that in Ireland - just drop in, unplanned. A text or phone call might precede the visit to make sure you are around, but that's about all the planning there is. After a couple of visits, I took myself out to lunch/ dinner for some lovely fish pie ...

There Once Was a Man From Limerick . . .

A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 26, 2012

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... will hold it for you.”

I wrote town his telephone number on a post it note and asked Libby what I should do. “Taking a taxi back there tonight when you get into Limerick would probably be the best option. It will on be twenty minutes or a half hour to get back there.”

Great. I thought. Although it really wouldn’t be a European vacation if I didn’t lost my wallet containing all my credit cards at least once. Not long after ...

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