The River Maigue flows rapidly past the imposing Adare Manor. With its hundreds of windows, dozens of chimneys, and watchful gargoyles, the building is as stately as when it served as home for the Earls of Dunraven.
Inside, share warm conversation with other travelers around a crackling fireplace or search out a nip of Irish whisky in the Tack Room underground speakeasy. Enjoy the lavish furnishings in your room, with butler service.
Golfers will appreciate the meticulously maintained, paradisiacal championship golf course, widely considered among the best in Europe. And anyone can borrow a retro bicycle to explore the nearby village of Adare, a postcard-worthy collection of thatched-roof cottages and antique shops.