In Limerick’s Georgian Quarter, this friendly and welcoming boutique hotel has great period charm, the benefit of a soothing Voya organic spa and a cosy and congenial first floor restaurant, Sash, as well as an attractive bar for lunches and teas. The main building is a tall, elegant Georgian townhouse (No. 1) on the city’s most gracious square, while the entrance is round the corner in Barrington Street, in a building that houses 16 contemporary bedrooms, restaurant and basement spa. A connecting corridor, flanked by a garden, leads to the elegant, beautifully proportioned 1830 townhouse with its ground floor bar/lounge, first floor drawing room and four classic bedrooms on the floors above, all with views, heritage colours, huge beds and thick carpets plus large bathrooms with roll top baths and separate rain showers. The whole hotel is full of pictures, objects and flowers, as befits a well-cared for place, privately owned by local Patricia Roberts. Service is typically Irish: warm, humorous and kind.
Kings John Castle, Hunt Museum and Limerick Art Gallery for your dose of culture.
La Maison Afternoon Tea at No.1 Pery Square.
Local Produce at Limericks Milk Market.