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New LoveLimerick Package from Limerick Strand Hotel



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Four star hotel, Limerick Strand Hotel has a brand new LoveLimerick package which will give you a taste to enjoy 48 hours in Limerick City with the best attractions Limerick has to offer.

The LoveLimerick package includes two nights’ accommodation for two adults in a superior room with a welcome gift from their award-winning chef Tom Flavin in your room on arrival, 3 course dinner on one evening in the AA Rosette River restaurant, breakfast daily (Featuring a Chef’s Hot Station making fresh pancakes, omelettes and egg dishes cooked to order).

When you arrive for the package, you are welcomed at the Terrace Bar with a Thomond Cocktail before you embark on your adventure. Commence with lunch at the Hunt Museum followed by a tour of the recently refurbished King Johns Castle and you can relax after the tour at the riverside Curragower Bar with a pint of local craft beer all within walking distance to the hotel.


The hotel will also offer complimentary access to Energize Leisure Centre with 20m pool, kiddies pool, hydrotherapy pool, plunge pool, Swedish sauna, eucalyptus steam room and of course, the essential free wifi.

The rate is €170.00 per person sharing and the online booking rate code is LOVELIM with free cancellation. Who would be able to resist an offer like that?

The Limerick Strand is the perfect base to explore the beautiful Shannon region whilst having the comfort of all the amenities a city can offer on the doorstep. Only 90 minutes from Dublin, 60 minutes from Galway and 70 minutes from Cork so no need to worry about the long car journey!

For more information and details contact the hotel on (061) 421 800

For information visit the Limerick Strand Hotel’s website by clicking here.

For more stories about the Limerick Strand Hotel from I Love Limerick click here.

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