48 Hours In Limerick
Makeway for O’Connell Street the main thoroughfare of the city of Limerick and check out the latest trends & fashion brandishing the streets! Dotted with many boutique, including Brown Thomas, you’ll definitely pick up a bundle of unique garbs!
Walk into the forest glade of Craltoe Woods & take a reflective moment. With over 700 Hectares to explore, step out into the great outdoors. Whether you are looking for a gentle, forest ramble or a challenging mountain hike, the choice is yours!
Whatever you fancy, there’s no better way to start your day than a wander through the trees.
After a day bustling with action, we can already hear the soundtrack of a grumbling belly! It’s time to hit Spitjack for a hot sizzling time!
Want the highest quality local produce, expertly prepared, with exceptionally high service standards and the most beautiful dining spaces? We said it once & we’ll say it again it’s time to hit Spitjack!
A menu racked with slippery, juicy goodness… looks like you’ll be eating all night!
In the morning, take a kayaking tour on Ireland’s longest river while taking in many of the city’s landmarks, vibrant history and folklore.. Gear up for some real adventure or simply relax and enjoy the local wild life. The River Shannon is a nature-lovers’ paradise with an abundance of wildlife and amazing things to see.
After tackling the water, a well deserved lunch is on the menu at Adare Village! Adare is considered to be one of the best dining locations in Ireland, catering for all tastes. Regular winners of of prestigious national and international food awards, you know you’re in good hands!
Another bonus of being in Adare? It’s the fashion capital of the Midwest! Tut tut don’t snatch the price-tag just yet.. Give yourself a chance to see all the fashion boutiques, heaped with exclusive premium fashion brands, hoo hoo then your jaw will drop!
To round up your trip, it’s only right to finish up in Durty Nellies. Nestled in the shadow of the magnificent Bunratty Castle and the adjoining Folk, it’s a must stop!
Get the fine dining experience in this 1620-era thatched-roof cottage. No matter the time, there’s always something happening at Nellies. And with 400 years of fun to testify, they’ve got the experience there’s no denying that!
Nellies has never lost it’s luster. Once a bar for the castle guards, Durty Nellies remains a landmark gem. No trip to Limerick is complete without a nibble or two from the kitchen!