Adare Manor is located in the beautiful village of Adare in co.Limerick. These lands were once owned by the powerful Norman Fitzgerald family who lost them during the reign of King Henry VII. They were later bought by a member of the Quin family in the late 1600’s after passing through 10 different families. In 1832 Windham Henry Quin, the second Earl of Dunraven started work on this structure in bu died before his dream was completed. His son Edwin, completed the stunning Tudor Revival manor house in 1862. It stayed in the ownership of the Wyndham-Quin family until 1984 when it was sold for a reputed £2.5m. It was then purchased by an Irish-American businessman, and former marine, called Tom Kane who then converted the building into the Adare Manor Hotel. The hotel, which is set on an 840-acre estate, operates as a 5*hotel. It was voted ‘Ireland’s Leading Hotel’ at the ‘World Travel Awards’ in 2010, 2011 and 2012. It was also voted ‘The World’s Leading Boutique Golf Resort’ in 2012. President Bill Clinton stayed here in 1998. It has recently had a €70m makeover and is even more WOW