This semi detached residence is situated on a corner site within the most desirable residential estate off , Sth. Circular Rd. within minutes walking distance of Mary Immaculate College, Limerick City Centre & all essential amenities. It is tastefully furnished with all modern conveniences. Multichannel TV, WI FI and high speed broadband are available. Linen and towels are included.To get a flavour of the various activities and festivals happening in Limerick visit http://www.limerick.ie/In 2014 Limerick was Ireland's National City of Culture .Just 20 minutes from Shannon Airport, this is the perfect location for exploring the south and west of Ireland. An hour's drive takes you to the seaside resorts of Kilkee, Lahinch, Ballybunion and Spanish Point. Closer still, enjoy the water sports at Killaloe on Lough Derg or visit the Norman caste at Bunratty with its folk village and mediaeval banquets.The Castle is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland. Built in 1425 it was restored in 1954 to its former medieval splendour and now contains mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries, and works of art which capture the mood of those times. Bunratty village which surrounds Bunratty Castle and Folk Park offers excellent shopping including Meadows & Byrnes and the Bunratty Folk Park Stores. After your day's shopping, treat yourself to a great meal and drink in some of the finest bars & restaurants around from Durty Nellies and the Creamery bar to JP Clarkes and Gallagher's restaurant. Don't forget you are within ten minutes of Adare, the prettiest village in Ireland! . Adare has a blend of traditional thatched cottages and modern houses, scattered throughout the village. It also features a fine golf course as well as the world renowned Adare Manor Hotel.Shopping is easy in Adare Village which also has many nice restaurants & cafes. Curraghchase Forest Park is nearby .It is a woodland estate and lakes around the shell of 18th century Curraghchase House, home of poet Aubrey de Vere. Visitors to the park can enjoy the 313 hectares of mixed woodland, 8 kilometres of multi-purpose waymarked trails, suitable for bicycles and walkers, a multi-access Lake Walk (1.5km) and Arboretum Walk (1.1km) both suitable for buggies and wheelchairs, two children's playgrounds, picnic and barbeque facilitiesThe stunning scenery of Killarney is little more than an hour's drive away. Castlewell is also an ideal location for a drive to the Burren National Park of Co.Clare .The Burren region is internationally famous for its landscape and flora. A visit to the Burren during the summer months will leave a person amazed by the colourful diversity of flowering plants living together within the one ecosystem.A visit to the world famous Cliffs of Moher is a must when touring the Burren RegionA visit to the beautiful city of Galway and the wild, craggy landscape of Connemara would make a lovely day out. Nothing is too far away! Arrrangements can be made to collect groups from Shannon Airport which is 20 minutes drive away for a small extra charge.
The following sites should be viewed to get a flavour of what is available to see and do on your visit to the areahttp://www.limerick.ie/www.limerickcity.ie/limerickcityofculture.iehttp://www.burrennationalpark.ie/www.shannonheritage.com › Attractions › BunrattyCastle&FolkParkclare.iehttp://www.killarney.ie/