Visitor Information

Adare Village Website wishes all visitors to Adare a   céad míle fáilte,  a hundred thousand welcomes. Now is a good time to plan your Autumn/Winter Break in Ireland’s prettiest village. Adare has lots to offer at this time of year, including spectacular walking trails, featuring hill and river walks and forests bathed in orange and red autumnal colours. Shop in our many chic boutiques, stocking leading brands in autumn and winter wear or just relax in our historic Heritage Village and enjoy a few drinks in our warm and welcoming bars and dine in our Award Winning restaurants. Great offers are available at this time of year in our internationally famous hotels, or our B & Bs or our self-catering accommodation. You will find full information on all you need to know about Adare on this website.

Tourist Information Office

The Tourist Information Office in Adare provides visitors with comprehensive information on Adare and the surrounding region. Our shop also stocks a wide variety of gifts and literature.

Adare Heritage Centre

The first port of call for visitors to the “village of the welcomes” is Adare Heritage Centre. The Centre is located on the main street of this beautiful village, with a large car park at the rear of the building, which is also suitable for coaches.

Adare Guide

The Adare Guide is a must-read tourist information guide for visitors to Adare, Village of the Welcomes. It is a beautifully designed full colour tour guide from the publishers of the BEST OF IRELAND Series.

Getting Here

Adare is located in County Limerick, 18km from Limerick city on the N21. It is a popular spot for visitors to the south west of Ireland as a base for visiting the stunning counties of Limerick, Kerry, Cork, Clare and Galway.

Taxi Services

The village of Adare is well served with taxis and hackneys, and visitors are assured of prompt and efficient responses to their requests to get to airports, trains, buses and to places of interest in the region.

Medical Services

Adare has a comprehensive range of medical services to care for visitors, including doctors, physiotheraphists, dentists and pharmacies. The main hospital for the region is within 15 minutes drive from Adare


There are four national schools in Adare and a large selection of secondary schools in Limerick city, and nearby towns of Rathekeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale.


There is only one bank in Adare, situated in the centre of the village at the roundabout.

Adare is twinned with Buckow, Germany

Buckow is a town in the Märkisch-Oderland district in Brandenburg, situated 50 kilometres east of Berlin.


There are a number of beautiful churches in Adare: The Holy Trinity Catholic Church, St. Nicholas Church of Ireland and the Adare Methodist Church