A luxury Irish hotel has reopened its doors after undergoing an extensive restoration and expansion – and it looks magnificent.
Adare Manor is owned by businessman JP McManus, who has spent almost two years on the renovation.
The Limerick hotel has been expanded from 63 bedrooms to 104.
There have been numerous other updates including:
• Adding a 3650 capacity ballroom
• Adding a cinema
• Adding Ireland’s only La Mer spa, pool and relaxation area
• A newly rebuilt golf course
• Several walking trails and walled gardens added within the 842-acre estate
• Cladding the entire extension in limestone, to complement the architectural detail of the original Manor House
• Removing, repairing and replacing the entire roof
• Adding a new boardroom
Colm Hannon Adare Manor’s CEO said today: “This marks a new beginning for Adare Manor’s esteemed legacy.
“A labour of love from the very start, Adare Manor was created by its original owners to delight, astonish, and impress – and we continue to hold ourselves accountable to that vision today, which is vividly alive in this new guest experience, and even further reflected by our world-class team, whose personalised service is what makes Adare Manor feel like home.”
Guests can expect to enjoy bespoke, fine-dining, or light meals and cocktails or light meals.
When walking around the grounds they will see several exotic plants and trees, such as monkey puzzles, cork, aspen and flowering cherry trees dating back to the nineteenth century.
The resort has completely restored the 17th century Flemish choir stalls, which were based upon the great Hall of Mirrors in Versailles. All have completely been restored.
Take a look at the video below.