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Next time you make a trip to Ireland be sure to stay at one of our hotels in Limerick. As the Republic of Ireland’s fourth largest city and with a prominent position on the River Shannon, a short break in Limerick promises a city getaway with plenty of cultural and historic sights to see.
Famed for Frank McCourt’s ‘Angela’s Ashes’, Limerick offers visitors an array of attractions, from King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral to the Hunt Museum – home to an impressive 2,000 artefacts.
The ideal destination for a couple of days away, our hotels in Limerick, Ireland are surrounded by plenty to see and do.
- Located on King’s Island, King John’s Castle in Limerick is a spectacular 13th century historic feat. Renowned as one of the best preserved Norman castles in Europe it stands today with its walls, towers and defences still intact!
- It’s the oldest building in the city still in use today and for that alone it is definitely worth a visit. St Mary’s Cathedral was built in the 11th century and is a place of both worship and historic significance. See this prominent structure in the centre of this ancient Irish city on the land where Vikings once lived.
- Dubbed as Ireland’s grandest private collection of art and antiques, the Hunt Museum is a must-see when visiting Limerick. With artefacts dating from the Neolithic era right up to the 20th Century, you can see works from the likes of Renoir, Picasso and Yeats, as well as relics from Greece, Rome, Egypt and the Olmec civilisation.
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Lying on the River Shannon, Limerick is Ireland’s third most populous city and every bit as cultural and vibrant as you might expect. The historic King’s Island makes up the centre of Limerick, and the very best of the city’s sights can be found there; the 13th-century King John’s Castle, St Mary’s Cathedral and the Limerick City Museum are all well worth the visit if you get the chance. A famous sporting city, try to catch a game of Gaelic Football, Rugby or squeeze in a round of Golf whilst you’re here too.
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