Adare Manor

Adare Manor is undoubtedly Ireland’s leading Hotel

Adare Manor

Adare Manor is a five-star neo-gothic palace with world-class facilities near Limerick, Western Ireland. The perfect base for your Private Tour of Ireland.

Adare Manor is undoubtedly Ireland’s leading hotel and one of the finest places to stay in the world. There are 104 bedrooms and suites, plus four dining venues and options. Attractions include golf, fishing, shooting and horse riding and much more.

The hotel is in the perfect location for those wanting to stay in one place and take day tours. You can tour the Dingle, Connemara National Park, Galway and the Cliffs of Moher. Dublin is just over a two-hour drive – Adare is perfect for a short driver-guided Private Tour of Ireland.

One of the Best Hotels in the World

The 104 guest rooms are air-conditioned and lavishly appointed with original art, Georgian-style and Victorian furnishings, luscious textiles and marble bathrooms. All rooms have a river, golf course or garden view.
Book a Signature Suite and have the Manor Butler at your beck and call for the duration of your stay. The self-catering Manor Lodges are a four-minute walk from the Manor House. Up to four bedrooms are perfect for larger travelling parties.

Room options
Classic Rooms (463sq ft) with a king-size bed and marble en-suite bathroom with rain shower, overlooking the River Maigue, the golf course or woodland; Deluxe Rooms (538sq ft) with a king-size bed and marble en-suite bathroom with rain shower, overlooking the French Gardens, the River Maigue, the golf course, the Beechwalk or the courtyard;

Staterooms (592sq ft) with a king-size bed, en-suite marble bathroom with rain shower and separate bath and a comfy sitting area overlooking the French Gardens, the golf course, the Beechwalk or courtyard.

Suite options
The Dunraven Staterooms (753sq ft) were once the private apartments of the Earls of Dunraven and their families. These rooms have 19th-century artwork and mahogany furnishings. They feature luxurious marble bathrooms with double vanity, rain shower and extra deep separate bath to unwind after a long day of exploring.

The One Bedroom Suites (926sq ft) will make you feel like you are arriving at your luxury apartment adorned with original art and a view from the windows towards the golf course or the elegant courtyard. Enjoy the large marble bathrooms with double vanity units, rain shower and separate bath.

The Signature Suites (1076sq ft) are the top category at Adare Manor. Relax in your living room with a complimentary mini-bar. These stately rooms have the added advantage of a personal butler to assist with every whim while staying at Adare. Along with original art, the suites have tapestry wall hangings.

Self-contained accommodation
The Manor Lodges are sized between two and four bedrooms located adjacent to The Carriage House Restaurant. They have private entrances, air-conditioning and each room is ensuite. This accommodation is ideal for groups of golfers or families. Manor Lodges have a kitchenette and small dining room and lounge areas. Stay on the estate and enjoy all the amenities of Adare Manor yet have the luxury of more space.

The Rose and Lavender Cottages; each place has three bedrooms. They are both situated next door to the Carriage house and a three-minute stroll to the Manor. Each property has a fully fitted kitchen.


For fine dining, choose the Oak Room at Adare Manor. A showcase of the best ingredients from all over Ireland. Seasonal cooking in a sublime setting with a relaxed atmosphere. Head Chef Michael Tweedie and his team received a Michelin Star status in October 2019. Please dress smartly, and children aged over six are welcome.

The Drawing Room is the place for Light meals, cocktails and a place for morning coffee and pre-dinner drinks.

The Tack room is for outstanding food and Whiskey Tasting – we can arrange a personalized Whiskey tasting. Expect light bites, cheese platters and charcuterie.

The Carriage House is a beautiful art deco-inspired space where you can expect elegant dining with classic favourites, such as Dover Sole, Dublin Bay Prawns and aged Irish beef. The dress code is smart casual.

Ireland and Britain make the best afternoon teas, period! At Adare Manor, it is one of the very best and most indulgent. The Gallery is probably the most impressive room in the house and perfect for an afternoon tea experience.

Let us design a custom itinerary of activities in and around the sweeping 840-acre estate of formal gardens, peaceful forests and rolling parklands. On-site activities include falconry, archery, gun dog displays, clay pigeon shooting, fishing, or a within a short drive of the Manor House; you can enjoy horseback riding and shooting. Golfers will be delighted with the resort's Tom Fazio designed the championship golf course; a round or two is a must.

Relax and be pampered at the hotel's La Mer spa, one of seven globally and the only one in the UK and Ireland. Indulge in some Crème de la Mer, the queen of luxury moisturizers and many celebrities' favourite. Splash around in the swimming pool or work out in the fully-equipped fitness centre there is something for everyone.

Named after the nearby village of Adare, much loved for its thatched cottages, cosy pubs and antique shopping. Ultimately, Adare has always been a convenient place to ford the River Maigue making it a good location for a settlement.

The Manor we see today began in the early 19th Century. Until that point in time, the 2nd Earl of Dunraven and his wife, Lady Caroline Wyndham, lived in a somewhat different house, a fine Georgian House. The Earl suffered terribly from gout, and Lady Caroline thought a distraction from his ailment would help. The once healthy outdoors type of fellow immersed himself in the construction of a new home. The inspiration came from the great houses and Cathedrals of Europe.

The building project was also beneficial for the villagers of Adare. Ireland was in the grip of the potato famine, and the new house provided employment. The Dunraven's contracted skilled local tradesmen and artisans, and Lady Caroline established a School of needlework providing local women's skills and training. The Earl then travelled through Ireland, England and mainland Europe for inspiration and collected ideas.

Adare Manor is a tribute to Dunraven's' sense of vitality and style. Adare became an example of a 'Calendar House', whereby windows, chimneys and other architectural features match the number of days of the week, year and seasons.

The Manor House resembles a chateau, taking inspiration from romantic castles and Cathedrals, the days of chivalry, poetry. Today you feel like you are walking around an old baronial castle with church features; it is a hybrid building that works.

The interior is on a grand scale; The Gallery: a 132 foot long, 26 ½ foot high expanse inspired by the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles and lined on either side with 17th Century Flemish choir stalls.
By the 1860s, the Dunraven's had a grand neo-gothic manor house. Although Lady Caroline quietly promoted the idea that her husband planned and designed the whole house. James Pain was the professional architect on-site.

The vast 840-acre estate encompassing the house consists of grand old trees and rolling parkland. Remarkably Adare Manor remained the family home of the Earls of Dunraven until the 1980s.
Although large, impressive and immaculate, Adare Manor still feels like a family home you visit for a few days of indulgence and merriment. It mimicks the days when the Dunraven's entertained on a grand scale when Royalty, Earls, Dukes and politicians came to be converse, hunt, drink and eat.

Touring Guide
Adare Manor is in the ideal location for a three-night stay; our Tour-Designers can have our Driver-guides take you on day tours to the magnificent Cliffs of Moher and Galway. Another trip could be to the Rock of Cashel or the Connemara National Park.

A very long day out and real adventure can be the Ring of Kerry and Dingle peninsula. Shannon airport is a short drive from Adare Manor, and Dublin airport approximately takes 2 hrs 30 mins drive. Please take a look at our customisable Private Tours of Ireland itineraries.

Ireland's Finest

The Perfect Manor House Experience

  • Bespoke Amenities
  • Virtuoso Network
  • Signature Network
  • Michelin Star Restaurant
  • Ryder Cup Hosts 2027
  • 840 acres of Parkland

Help us make your trip exceptional

Our UK, EU and US office-based staff will listen to what you want to see and experience.

Whether you are a honeymoon couple, a family or a corporate incentive group, our team’s collective resources will be brought together to build the experience that’s right for you.

We will require your arrival and departure dates, details of your personal preferences and places that you would like to visit as well as the events you would like to experience.

We will then prepare a draft itinerary and send it to you by email for your approval. Once agreed, we will send you a Booking Confirmation with Personalised Itinerary and Information Pack via email.

Contact information

From the UK: +44(0)20 8669 3666

FREE from Canada or the USA: 1-888-472-1799

Email: [email protected]

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