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Limerick is an area steeped in history. The origin of Limerick city dates back to the 9th century a site settled by the Vikings.
Limerick City is known as "City of the Broken Treaty", due to the treaty which was signed surrendering the city to William. The terms of the treaty included respect for the rights of Catholics were immediately breached. The treaty was signed on the Treaty Stone which can still be seen today.
Limerick county is dotted with beautiful towns and villages and gives the visitor the perfect mix of city and country life.
The attractions in Limerick county range from historic interest, River Shannon, Atlantic Ocean and world renowned golf courses.
County Limerick is seen to be comprising of three sections:
West Limerick bordering onto County Kerry and the Atlantic Ocean an area with many towns and villages, including the famous thatched village of Adare.
East Limerick, bordering onto County Cork and County Tipperaray an area of County Limerick heading inland towards the sweeping Golden Vale.
Limerick City, a bustling modern city steeped in history.
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White Sands, Killorglin
White Sands is situated near Cromane Village in a peaceful rural setting overlooking Lough Yganavan.There is a choice of three properties.Situated off the main Ring of Kerry road, 8km South West of Killorglin and 6km from Glenbeigh
Bleach Farmhouse, Tralee
Bleach Farmhouse is a traditional farmhouse set on a working beef farm. This homely bed and breakfast is scenically located beside the village of Blennerville at the start of the Dingle Way Walking Route. Bleach Farmhouse is in an ideal location for touri
Garveys Farmhouse B&B, Dingle
Garvey's Farmhouse is located on the Slea Head route at the foot of Mount Eagle and overlooking Ventry Bay.It is an ideal base for touring the Dingle Peninsula and all it has to offer the visitor.
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