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Treacys Oakwood Hotel is located in the heart of Shannon’s town center, next to the Skycourt shopping center and only 3.2 mi drive from the Shannon Airport. Despite arriving in the middle of the night the concierge was extremely helpful and friendly. Daytime staff great as well, taking care of my requests immediately. I was surprised by a very high standard of the hotel itself, especially well-thought-out and interestingly designed hall and corridors. Room was fine, bathroom a little old, but all was in perfectly good shape and functioned perfectly.
The Shannon Springs Hotel is located between the historic towns of Ennis and Limerick and offers 54 bedrooms equipped with modern amenities. Guests can enjoy free parking and free WiFi. Reception staff very helpful and friendly. Loved the food! Perfect for early flights from shannon. Taxi cost just 10 euros at 5.15am
Set in Bunratty, The Carriage Houses at Beechpark House offers a garden with a BBQ and seating area. Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is 1.6 mi from the property. Free private parking is available on site.... This was by far one of my favorite places to stay on my recent trip to Ireland. The cottages were absolutely adorable, clean, and modern. The owners are the cutest couple and I enjoyed chatting with them and the tour of the property and the main house. They have done an amazing job on everything!
The Bunratty Mews is located just 5 minutes from Bunratty village, Durty Nelly’s and Bunratty Castle. It offers rooms with bathtubs and showers free Wi-Fi and free parking. Well firstly the owner’s enthusiasm and energy and did all she could you to make it a delightful stay for my family. Thankyou Dolores. The breakfast was more than plenty and as an Aussie I can get use to a full Irish breakfast, fresh bread, lovely little pastries, We were able to enjoy a beer and wine at the B and B after our dinner at the local pub (1 min drive away) the sun was shinning, lovely views and absolute peace. Location was ideal for the Bunratty castle, the local pub and the folk cottage display. Highly recommend all of the above.
Great family friendly hotel,staff where all genuinely nice. Plenty to keep the children entertained. Room was spacious and extremely clean.would head back again in the near future. My children didn't want to leave.thank you for a pleasant trip.
Newmarket-on-Fergus is basically a village. It’s great attraction is the Dromoland Castle Estate access of which is available to guests of the Inn at Dromoland - VERY well worth a visit. We also drove from Newmarket to Quin to Sixmilebridge and back again, each day of our visit. We loved it! Lush countryside, natural but well maintained; beautiful individually styled houses with lovely gardens and clematis everywhere;many old stone walls; windy, quiet roads. In Quin there is a very nice tea room - pretty in a feminine manner with pastel colors, knick-knacks, china cups etc and excellent home baking. We visited Craggaunowen - a 16th century castle and an archeological open-air museum. VERY picturesque and very interesting indeed. The cafe, resembling the old Irish kitchen is lovely
I stayed here when it was the Clare inn but when I went back with family I liked the changes that was made...premier double was a lively room...breakfast was fan...staff friendly..the only fault I would have is there's not enough low tables in the bar for older people.
New market on fergus was a lovely little spot, great eurospar shop which stocked everything you may need. We also found a lovely playground for kids, which they loved. Weavers Inn did a great dinner, especially the fish goujons, which are well worth a try. Kids meal of 7 euro included a scoop of lovely ice cream. Staff were very helpful there.
My family loves New Market on Fergus. Its like a second home to us. We love the childrens park. Its been four years now that we come to this place especially at this time of the year. It is nice for a family holiday. It is near to Limerick, Ennis & esp. the Bunratty castle.
Town is pretty very close to Dromoland Castle which is just out of this world .The castle is wonderful we had tea and scones there very friendly staff.The gardens are wonderful and the walled garden is not to be missed.We ate both nights in The Pear Tree Restaurant in the Dromoland castle golf clubhouse - excellant must book to secure a table.
Lovely setting. Lovely staff from reception to dining room. Staff couldn’t do enough