Local Area, Amenities & Places to Visit
Fanningstown House is located in the rich green pastures of the tourist town Adare Co. Limerick. Home to the Ryder Cup 2027, Adare is a medieval town in the south west of Ireland, steeped in history it makes for the perfect tourist attraction. The local abbeys, friary and Desmond Castle boast 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 house is the ideal venue for such occasions as a family reunion or if attending a wedding locally. From action packed activities to a quiet relaxing and leisurely time, Fanningstown House has a lot to offer. The property is a short stroll to a country pub, the Thatch, where you can get the local news or a 3km walk will bring you to the Woodlands House Hotel where you can get food at a great price or go and unwind in the blue flag leisure facilities. In Adare village there are 2 hotels, an abundance of bars and restaurants as well as an excellent children’s playground.
In the picturesque town of Adare itself, with its sophisticated shops and restaurants, such as Lucy Erridge and Stacpoole Antiques, the avid shopper is well catered for, whilst The Blue Door and 1826 Adare, together with the charm of the Dunraven Arms Hotel, Adare Manor Hotel and Golf resort and the Woodlands House Hotel – which has a sophisticated spa facility – all offer great choices.
Fanningstown House is located in close proximity to an equestrian centre, a number of top-class golf courses, and cycling tracks, including the 40km Limerick Greenway and Ballyhoura Mountains. The property has a utility room that can be used to store sports equipment and there is ample parking to the rear of the house and a gated entrance.
Please visit Limerick.ie for more information about what to do in the area, details about upcoming events, and useful links to all kinds of fun activities for the whole family.
Embrace the Unexpected
The 40km Greenway path through captivating Limerick countryside, offers day-trippers and families the option to explore rural Limerick by cycling, running or walking.
Following the old Limerick to Kerry railway line, the Greenway seamlessly links the West Limerick landscape with towns and villages located in some of the country’s most historic sites, offering its visitors a range of activities to do in Limerick.
Whether you choose a day trip to Limerick Greenway or do it as part of a longer staycation, there will be a genuine welcome from the towns along the Greenway path, offering delicious food and quality accommodation.
There are several entry points from where you can access Limerick Greenway, which gives you the flexibility to be as wild or mild as you like – experience Limerick Greenway in one visit or explore in shorter stages, perfect for your morning cycle, family adventures, or your daily run – the choice is yours!