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If you need to escape the realities of everyday life then this hotel in Limerick is perfect for you, that’s if you have a few hundred euros lying around.

Conde Nast Traveler’s Hot List has crowned Adare Manor in Co. Limerick as one of the best new hotels on the planet.

 

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The 19th-century manor estate sits alongside the finest hotels in Paris, Sweden, London and Spain on the ‘Hot List’.

The newly refurbished hotel features The Oak Room fine-dining restaurant and the Tom Fazio reconstructed new golf course.

The Traveler’s Hot List praised the Irish hotel, describing it as a mix of old and new.

They shared, “It's barely 30 minutes from Shannon Airport, making it one of the closest country manors you can reach on seasonal, nonstop flights from the U.S. It's an easy two-hour drive from Dublin in winter.”
Adare Manor has an old-school vibe, with “fanciful gargoyles, genuinely warm staff, grand and intimate spaces.”

It also has “super-comfortable rooms [that] make it somewhere uniquely and unabashedly the Ireland of now."

You may need to crack open the piggy bank if you want to stay at this glorious hotel with a classic room costing €500.

 

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If you really want to go all out you can splash out on the Dunraven Staterooms for €1450.

We think it’s time to do the lotto so we can stay at the stunning Adare Manor.

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Around 300 jobs or more are set to be announced at Adare Manor hotel and golf resort in Co. Limerick.

The castle was bought for €30m in 2014 and has since undergone a massive makeover.

The owner of the resort, Limerick billionaire and horse racing owner JP McManus, has visions of turning the old green into a Ryder Cup-worthy golf resort, with aspirations of hosting the competition there in 2026.

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At 11.15 this morning, the new jobs will be announced at a 'special reception' in Adare Manor, which will be attended by the Minister for Jobs and Enterprise Mary Mitchell-O'Connor.

The jobs are rumoured to be in construction, reception, customer service roles, as well as beauty therapists and lifeguards for their new spa and pool.

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We all know the drama that ensues when a beloved childhood toy is left behind. And we also know how OFTEN this happens. 

Well, the Adare Manor Hotel have just demonstrated that any personal childhood item left behind at their premises can expect only the BEST as they await to be returned safely to their owner. 

The Limerick hotel showed their sense of humour after a toy bunny was left behind in one of their rooms over the weekend.

 

Getting used to this, afternoon tea at Adare Manor;

Posted by Adare Manor Hotel on Sunday, January 3, 2016

 

The official Facebook account of hotel began to post some very cute snaps of the rabbit enjoying his extended stay at the luxury resort. 

The lucky bunny was snapped lounging about at the spa, enjoying afternoon tea as well as chilling in his room with chocolates and a bathrobe. 

That's what we call living the high life. 

 

Claire in Concierge is helping me find my family, having fun at Adare Manor;

Posted by Adare Manor Hotel on Sunday, January 3, 2016

 

"We got such a huge response that we thought we'd show the bunny's journey and what his stay would be like," spokesperson for the hotel, Sarah Ormston told ABC News. 

And lucky for bunny, 3-year-old Kate Hogan dropped by the hotel yesterday to retrieve the toy that she had left behind following a family visit over the weekend. 

"They were so delighted," said Sarah about the family.

 

Reunited at last … yippee! I got lots of lovely hugs from my pretty owner Kate and now we're heading home for our next adventure. Thanks everyone for following my amazing trip at Adare Manor!

Posted by Adare Manor Hotel on Monday, January 4, 2016

 

"Her mom said Kate was sad being away from her bunny because she sleeps with it every night, but when she saw how much fun the bunny was having she couldn't wait to see him again."

Well how's that for a happy ending. 

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The U.S skateboarding legend Tony Hawk married his fiancée Cathy Goodman at Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Resort yesterday.

 

The 47-year old sports star donned a black suit and his bride opted for a more non-traditional black lace gown.

The floor length lace dress was accompanied by a gold head piece and a bouquet of red roses.

Tony took to Instagram to announce the celebration, posting an image with the caption “Tying the Celtic knot with my best friend.”

This is Tony’s fourth marriage and he and Cathy started dating a year after she had divorced from Tony’s close friend Matt Goodman.

 

Speaking with Radar Online, Matt said that while he recognises people would see the pairing as unusual given the circumstances, he’s fine with everything.

"I know people will think it is strange but I'm totally cool with it.”

Cathy and Tony started dating in 2011 after he had then supposedly left his third wife Lhotse Meeriam to be with Cathy, who had been married to Matt.

Tony has six children from his three previous marriages all of whom were there with the pair to celebrate their nuptials.

 

Brothers in arms: @rileyhawk & Harris Hawk #conjugalcelticconclave

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The younger Hawks enjoyed taking in some traditional activities that the luxurious resort has to offer, one of which includes hawking. How fitting.

 

Tony Hawk & crew in the park today. Yes, THE Tony Hawk!

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In traditional professional skateboarding style, the whole family took a trip to nearby skating venue Raw Cycles to show off their skills.

The family are also spending some time visiting more Irish sights, Tony has recently kept his Instagram account updated with the gang's trip to the Cliffs of Moher. 

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