Old Quarter Lodge Limerick (Limerick)


Old Quarter Lodge Limerick (Limerick)
Old Quarter Lodge Limerick

country: Ireland, city: Limerick (City Centre)

Old Quarter Lodge Limerick Old Quarter Lodge LimerickLocated in the heart of Limerick City, Old Quarter Lodge is adjacent to Cruises Street and off O'Connell Street.The hotel is just 20 minutes from Shannon Airport and 5 minutes from the train and bus station.Numerous attractions such as Killaloe and Surrounding Picturesque Villages, Hunt Museum, King Johns Castle and Castleconnell Fishing Trips, are all within close vicinity.The hotel offers 20 rooms, 6 suites and corporate apartments, each with an en-suite bathroom.The Old Quarter boasts a comfortable cafe, an extensive pub and an award winning restaurant.Catering to the needs of its business travellers, the hotel also provides meeting and conference facilities.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cafe
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Faxing facilities
Internet access
Parking facilities
Restaurant
Hairdryer
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:
Distance to Shannon Airport:20 min by Car
Distance to Train Station:5 min by Car
Distance to Bus Station:5 min by Car

Address:
Old Quarter House
Little Ellen Street
Limerick


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