Set in the picturesque village of Adare in County Limerick, the Dunraven Arms Hotel combines the ambiance of an 18th Century coaching inn with the facilities of a stylish modern hotel.
Established in 1792 as a coaching inn for the colourful market village of Adare, the Dunraven Arms is one of the region's premier hotels and has entertained dignitaries from Princess Grace to Presidents of Ireland. Inside, remnants of old-world charm stand alongside neat modernly spruced features, with secluded fire lit lounges, a fine restaurant and state of the art leisure facilities.
Each of the well appointed bedrooms are individually laid out, attractively furnished and graced with a soothing modern country house style decor. Beds are lavishly sized, some are luxurious four-poster suites, some have fabulous half tester beds, with stylish marble bathrooms and all the usual facilities the discerning traveller would expect.
The Maigue Restaurant at the hotel has won prestigious awards for its fine dining in sumptuous surroundings and fabulous classic Irish cuisine with a contemporary twist. And with dishes such as braised lamb shank on a herb mash and a cassoulet of beans or whole quail with a date and apple stuffing on black pudding, shallots and lardoons of bacon, its easy to see why they restaurant has won such plaudits. The hotel also serves food in the famous Hunter's Bar, a contemporary styled piano bar.
The Dunraven Arms has a leisure centre equipped with a 17m swimming pool, steam room and fully equipped gym and offers an extensive range of beauty treatments and massage therapies.
Adare is renowned for its equestrian activities, outdoor pursuits and country sports. The hotel is also well placed for golfers with the Robert Trent Jones designed course at Adare and the renowned championship courses of Ballybunion, Lahinch, Killarney and Tralee not too far away.