There’s some very funky boutique hotels in Limerick.
From the gorgeous No. 1 Pery Square to the family-friendly Woodlands, Limerick has it’s fair share of quirky stays.
In the guide below, you’ll find the best of the bunch – many of which are a short spin from the best things to do in Limerick.
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Our favourite boutique hotels in Limerick
The first section of our guide is packed with what we think are the best boutiqe hotels Limerick has to offer.
Below, you’ll find everywhere from the very popular George and the stunning Savoy to plenty more!
1. No.1 Pery Square Hotel & Spa
Tucked away in the genteel Georgian Quarter of Limerick, No. 1 Pery Square offers a very exclusive experience for guests.
Relax in front of the drawing room fire after a day exploring cultural attractions or long walks in the surrounding countryside.
uck into indulgent chef-created cuisine and plan some spa time to round off the perfect stay in Limerick. Period-style rooms have luxury furnishings, Sanderson wall coverings, roll-top baths and plush fabrics.
Robes and slippers are provided too. Large sash windows provide ample daylight and overlook the greenery in the People’s Park.
2. The Savoy Hotel
Arguably one of the most popular hotels in Limerick, the Savoy Hotel is a five star luxury getaway with 107 boutique bedrooms.
King-size beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, plump mattresses and decadent bathroom products provide a sense of pampering. Dine like a king in the Hamptons Restaurant or enjoy afternoon tea in the Library.
Behind the glass-fronted faced, the glitzy Savoy Bar is perfect for cocktails! Every Friday the First Floor at the Savoy hosts an evening of swinging entertainment including a gala 5-course meals and outstanding live entertainment.
The Savoy is widely regarded as one of the best boutique hotels in Limerick for good reason.
3. George Limerick
Sister to the Savoy, the George Limerick is ideally located for shopping and sightseeing in the lovely city of Limerick. 125 deluxe rooms boast 4 star grandeur, many with superb city views.
Furnishings are unfussy with an emphasis on comfort and quality. Dine beneath the chandeliered atrium in the modern Vincenzo Grill House and Stone Oven which is a new addition to Limerick’s foodie scene.
Order speciality cocktails and sharing platters in the friendly bar. Book a massage and look forward to relaxing and unwinding in the decadent Vanilla Brown Spa.
The George is a stone’s throw from some of the finest restaurants in Limerick and it’s a short ramble from many of the top trad pubs in Limerick, too!
4. The Bedford Townhouse & Café
Offering a more personal ambience, the Bedford Townhouse has just 12 boutique rooms that have been individually designed and decorated to include luxury furnishings and artworks.
The Parlour offers movie nights for guests while the Concierge will be happy to provide local information and takes care of reservations and local bookings.
Rooms and suites are beautifully decorated and include king-size beds, rain showers in the bathroom and spa toiletries. There’s even a rooftop garden hideaway.
The property includes the Bedford Cafe, a classy contemporary place to enjoy breakfast or brunch with a healthy twist.
Other popular boutique accommodation in Limerick
Now that we have our favourite boutique hotels in Limerick out of the way, it’s time to see what else the county has to offer.
Below, you’ll find everywhere from the Dunraven and Garrane House to Fitzgeralds and one of the most popular spa hotels in Limerick.
1. The Dunraven, Adare
The Dunraven Arms is 20 minutes from Limerick but offers an idyllic setting in the picturesque village of Adare.
This award-winning luxury hotel is one of the oldest in Ireland and was featured in the first Michelin Guide in 1911! Enjoy the pool, sauna, spa and gym and look forward to dining in the amazing Maigue Restaurant.
Rooms and suites are filled with thoughtful extras including dressing areas, soft cushions, plasma TV, armchairs and side tables. Antique beds guarantee a good night’s sleep with goose-down duvets.
If you’re looking for luxurious boutique hotels in Limerick that are perfect for a special occasion, you can’t go wrong here.
2. The Paddocks
The Paddocks in Ballyoshea, Old Kildimo offers luxury accommodation within the ivy clad country house surrounded by landscaped gardens.
Guests have use of the comfortable lounge and dining room where an excellent breakfast is served. This lovely home has three rooms for guests ensuring privacy and space.
Guests are welcomed as old family friends and the home cooked breakfast buffet and full Irish breakfast is outstanding.
Just 5 miles from Adare and close to the Wild Atlantic Way for scenic drives, The Paddocks also offers bike hire for exploring this scenic area.
3. Garrane House
There are few B&Bs in Limerick that offer an experience like Garrane House. You’ll find it around 12 miles from Limerick, tucked away in Croom.
Guests are welcomed to this peaceful haven with tea and cake in the cosy sitting room with fireplace. Bedrooms are comfortable and spacious with lovely garden/countryside views to wake up to.
There’s everything you need including bathrobes and slippers. Breakfast is served in the dining room by the hosts and there’s a restaurant in the nearby village of Croom.
Relax in the lounge or garden when the weather’s fine. This place easily goes toe-to-toe with the finest boutique hotels Limerick has to offer.
4. Hotel Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel
Last but by no means least in our guide to the best boutique hotels in limerick is the brilliant Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel.
This is the epitome of comfortable country living with excellent amenities. Deluxe and superior rooms have tastefully chosen bed linens adding to the boutique character and charm of each individual bedroom.
Beds have soft goose-down pillowtops. Armchairs and sofas provide a place to enjoy a cup of tea of coffee, or relax with a book before dinner in the homely Timmy Macs Bistro or Dick’s Bar.
The Treehouse is a surreal outdoor private dining experience complete with surround sound. For relaxation, book yourself a massage or beauty treatment in the swish Revas Spa.
Boutique hotels Limerick: Where have we missed?
I’ve no doubt that we’ve unintentionally left out some funky places to stay in Limerick from the guide above.
If you have a place that you’d like to recommend, let me know in the comments below and I’ll check it out!
FAQs about quirky places to stay in Limerick
We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from ‘Where’s good for families?’ to ‘What are the fanciest boutique hotels Limerick has to offer?’.
In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.
What are the coolest boutique hotels in Limerick?
In our opinion, it’s hard to beat No.1 Pery Square, George Limerick, The Savoy and The Bedford Townhouse & Café.
What Limerick boutique hotels have a pool?
The Savoy, The Dunraven and Woodlands House Hotel all have an on-site swimming pool that guests can use.
Gillian Birch is a travel writer and published author. She has travelled the world and uses her personal journals and memories to write about her many travel experiences, particularly those that involved adventures in Ireland.