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Why book a cottage in County Limerick?

Escape to a County Limerick cottage and savour Irish hospitality at its best! This is a county where old and new blend seamlessly - take Limerick City on the River Shannon, where medieval lanes house a treasure trove of historic delights, alongside trendy bars and restaurants and stylish boutiques. There's a flourishing arts scene too, with an ever-changing line-up of events. And when it comes to sport, there's rugby, Gaelic football, hurling, golf, horse-racing…the list goes on.

Indeed, County Limerick is awash with delightful towns and villages. Visit Adare, home to three ruined abbeys and a charming main street lined with Tudor-style thatched cottages and high quality eateries. The pretty village of Bruff is close to Lough Gur, a fascinating historical site dating pre-Celtic times. You can learn all about the history at the Lough Gur Visitor Centre.

Admire a replica of the 'Yankee Clipper' at the Foynes Flying Boat Museum and step back to the 1940s when Foynes was a major hub of the aviation world. Or follow the Limerick Garden Trail, showcasing six of Limerick's top gardens in every size and style. Don your boots and walk the Ballyhoura Way, a long-distance path zigzagging through tranquil pastureland and over velvety mountains. Or explore the Curraghchase Forest Park, offering a number of walking and cycling trails, popular with families. And wherever you go on your Limerick cottage holiday, you'll find the people warm and hospitable.