Limerick’s Adare Manor, one of Ireland’s most renowned resort hotels, has revealed a multi-phase transformation to restore the property.
Adare Manor closed its doors in January 2016 for an 18-month intermission and will debut its new look in Autumn 2017.
The restoration involves internal finishes, furniture and woodwork, and repairing external stonework and windows. Most notably, the expansion will include a new 42-bedroom wing, bringing the total room count to 104 guestrooms including the existing Manor House accommodations.
An expansive ballroom has also be added, with capacity for 350 guests for weddings and special events. Both structures will be clad in limestone, a tribute to the detail of the original Manor House.
“This is an exciting new beginning in Adare Manor’s grand history,” said Adare Manor’s Anita Higgins. “We have woven the multiple Adare stories into the fabric of the new additions to stay true to our roots and celebrate the history and heritage of Adare as part of this glorious new phase. It’s wonderful to see how the vision for the hotel has started to unfold bringing us to this next chapter in Adare’s legacy.”
Plans are also in place for a complete redesign of the golf clubhouse by David Collins Studio London. World-renowned golf course designer Tom Fazio has been bought on to oversee the redesign.
In addition, the existing Manor House will enjoy a new state-of-the-art spa, pool and relaxation area, boardroom and cinema.