The following visitor attractions in the locality offer a range of things to see and do while staying at Adare Traditional Cottages.

In the picturesque town of Adare itself, with its sophisticated shops and restaurants, such as The Gift Box, Lucy Erridge and Stacpoole Antiques, the avid shopper is well catered for.

There are many restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets including The Blue Door, The Wild Geese, The Good Room, White Sage, The Arches and Cafe Bia, together with the charm of the Dunraven Arms Hotel, Adare Manor Hotel and Golf resort and the Woodlands House Hotel, all offer great choices. some of the local bars have bar food menus including Aunty Lena's Bar and Pat Collin's Bar.

The local abbeys, friary and Desmond Castle are steeped in a rich historical past that is a pleasure to be experienced during your stay, much of which is interpreted at the Adare Heritage Centre.

The town's pubs offer a friendly atmosphere in which to have an enjoyable drink or meal also. At nearby Ballingarry, one of Ireland's premier Country House Hotels - The Mustard Seed offers superb dining in wonderful surroundings.


Adare has two superb golf courses including the championship Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort, which hosted the Irish Open in 2007 & 2008 and the world-famous Ballybunion Golf Course is only an hour's drive away. An excellent Pitch & Putt course is also located in Adare.

Angling, horse riding at Clonshire Equestrian Centre or leisurely walks on the banks of the Maigue River and Curraghchase Forest Park are just some of the other leisure pursuits available. for more information on the beautiful village of Adare and activites in the area click here.

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