Things to do
in the Local Area
You will never be stuck for things to do when you are enjoying your stay in Castle Moor B&B, that's our guarantee. From exploring the wonders of the local history, to a night out in Limerick City. There's something for everyone, with all these activity's you will never be short of things to do.
- The Three Bridges Walking Tour - a 3.6km walk around Limerick along the banks of the River Shannon
- Medieval Limerick Walking Tour - a 3km walk taking you to many significant locations around Limerick
- Limerick Milk Market - Great produce from local farmers and producers. The famous market is a must see when visiting Limerick
- St Mary's Catherdral - see the historic 850 year old cathedral
- Hunt Museum - visit the amazing museum and see all it's amazing exhibitions
- King John's Castle - step inside the walls of Limerick's most iconic landmark
- Thomond Park Museum - see the proud hidtory of Munster Rugby
Things to do
in the Limerick
There is a multitude of things to do in Limerick County. From walks to adventure parks, you will always find something to do.
- Curragh Chase Forest Park - walk the amazing trails and see the old pet cemetery.
- Ballyhoura - a range of activities are available from nature walks and mountain biking to a spot of fishing
- Lough Gur - take a tour o.f the lake and see it's many historic locations and beautiful scenery.
- Celtic Park and Gardens - located ona Celtic Settlement. This park features displays on Ancient Celtic Ireland
Explore the West and South of Ireland
Limerick is the perfect base to explore the wonders of the South-West and West of Ireland. Limerick is the crossroads of munster and provides easy access to anywhere in the south-west and west.
Ring of Kerry
This is Ireland's best known tour. The 110-mile (176km) circuit of the Iveragh Peninsula is a marvelous roller-coaster drive over mountain passes, through forest, bog-land, by rivers and lakes and by beaches. Experience some of Ireland's most spectacular scenery as well as visit some amazing historical sites. Stop off along the way in some of the many towns for a bite to eat or a walk along some of the many trails.
Killarney National Park
The National Park comprises of 10,000 hectares (24,700 acres) of beautiful lake and mountain scenery. Entrance to the park is free. The Park is famous for its' native natural habitats and species including oakholly woods, yew woods and red deer. The National Park Visitor Centre (located at Muckross House) and the Information Point at Torc Waterfall provide information on all aspects of the park. Access for visitors with disabilities to The Visitor Centre. The Education Centre, located at Knockreer House, provides a range of courses related to nature conservation and the ecology of The National Park for school children, students and other groups.
It includes Slea Head and The Conor Pass. Be sure to stop off and see the "Gallarus" oratory. This is one of the finiest early Christian churches in Ireland. The dry-stone oratory was built in the 12th century.
Since 1983, Dingle Bay hosts of bottle-nose dolphin named "Fungi". Boat trips are available daily from the harbuor to see him.
In Dingle town you can also visit Dingle Oceanworld which includes cute but deadly Piranhas, Pacu, Catfish and more. It also has a state of the art Shark tank and a 9m underwater tunnel where you can gaze in awe as a multitude of marine life swim overhead.
For something completely novel and fun, how aout tackling a 10-point quiz trail in a six-acre field of corn. This maze is the work of internationally recognised Adrian Fisher, who designed mazes in 23 countries.
Cliffs of Moher
Located on the West Coast of Ireland on the wonderful Wild Atlantic Way, the Cliffs of Moher is one of the most iconic landmarks in Ireland. The majestic cliffs boast some of the most spectacular views in Ireland.
The Burren, located in County Clare, is one of the most historical sites in Ireland. The Burren's landscape has been sculpted by nature over hundreds of millions of years. Hauntingly beautiful, this sparse landscape offers amazing views and walks as well as many archeological and historical landmarks.