Some of the local attractions around
Hazelwood Country House

Curraghchase Forest Park

Curraghchase, 2.0km

Curraghchase Forest Park is a fantastic amenity for all the family to enjoy. The Park covers 313 hectares of mixed woodlands, park land and lakes which together provide a rich habitat for a diverse range of animals and plants. There are a number of looped way marked trails in the park to suit all visitors. 

Stonehall Visitor Farm

Curraghchase, 2.0km

The mission at Stonehall Visitor Farm & Wildlife ParkTo help conserve Natures wildlife, native flora & fauna and to educate visitors to embrace & enjoy the experience of the setting

Clonshire Equestrian Centre

Adare, 9.3km

Now established as one of the most successful horse riding and training centre in the country, Clonshire Equestrian Centre in Adare, Co. Limerick, Ireland is set on 120 acres of rolling parkland in the heart of the Golden Vale. Owned by the County Limerick Hunt Club, the land has beautiful old trees, walls and historical buildings that have remained unspoilt for over 300 years.

Adare Heritage Centre

Adare, 8.8km

Adare Heritage Centre hosts a historical exhibition( Free Admission – open all year round), which traces Adare’s unique history. The Centre also operates tours of Adare Village and the Desmond Castle, one of the few remaining authentic Norman Castles in Europe.

Manor Fields Adare

Adare, 10.1km


The Manor Fields Adare is a community owned recreation facility comprising of an All Weather Floodlit Astro Turf Pitch for hire, suitable for GAA, Soccer and Rugby. There is an award winning playground which is wheelchair friendly and a full size GAA grass pitch also available for hire.

The Crescent Shopping Centre

Dooradoyle, 15.4km

The Crescent Shopping Centre is a major shopping centre serving Limerick, Ireland. It is located in Dooradoyle, on the southern outskirts of the city. The complex in its original form was opened in 1973, making it one of the earlier shopping centres to open in Ireland.

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

Kildimo, 26.7km

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is a must on your itinerary to Ireland. This is your chance to experience a window on Ireland’s past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk Park.

The Frank McCourt Museum

Lower Hartstonge St., 15.5km

The Frank McCourt Museum is a museum dedicated to the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angela’s Ashes, Frank McCourt which is based in Frank’s former school in the Georgian Quarter of Limerick City.

King John's Castle

Nicholas St., 16.3km

King John’s Castle brings to life over 800 years of dramatic local history. Explore the spacious outdoor courtyard where you’ll get a sense of the bustling activity that took place many years ago. On your journey, expect to see some lively characters.

The Hunt Museum

Rutland St., 16.2km

Former custom house holding a 2000-strong collection of ancient and modern ethnographic treasures. The Hunt Museum exhibits artefacts and artworks gathered over a lifetime by John and Gertrude Hunt featuring works by Picasso, Renoir and Gaugin.

Limerick Greyhound Stadium

Greenpark, 16.5km

Limerick Greyhound Stadium is a state of the art facility, designed to ensure that all customers have a great night out. Whether you feel like a light meal and a few drinks in the bar or a 4 course dinner in the superb restaurant, Limerick Greyhound Stadium caters for you. The venue offers four bars, a choice of carvery and fast food or a mouth watering meal in the restaurant, and two private suites. 

Wild Atlantic Way

Adare, 9.7km

Wild dramatic coastline, unforgettable cliff walks and rolling hills – peppered with historical ruins, picturesque villages, bustling market towns and breathtaking views. From Malin Head to Kinsale Harbour, this is Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – 2,500km of coastal road that takes you into the heart of a unique way of Irish life. It’s a journey of music and people, of hidden beaches, peaceful bays and epic cliff tops.

Shannon River

St Mary's Park, 10km

Named after the Celtic goddess Sionna, the River Shannon is the longest river in Ireland at over 350km. The river flows generally southwards from its source in County Cavan before turning west and emptying into the Atlantic Ocean through the Shannon Estuary. Limerick City stands at the point where the river water meets the seawater of the estuary.
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