Castle Oaks House Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Castleconnell, Limerick, Ireland
Castle Oaks House Hotel
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80%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
52%
113
Very Good
22%
48
Average
6%
14
Poor
8%
19
Terrible
9%
21

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 259% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples73
  • Solo100
  • Business82

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Limerick to Shannon Airport Transportation

by louiserausa

Earlier this evening I asked for information about getting from the city of Limerick to the airport in the city of Shannon, in order to make an Aer Lingus flight to London that leaves SHANNON Airport at 0845, on September 3rd. I requested information on reliable shuttle service, taxi or bus, that was reasonably cost effective.

While I appreciated the detailed reply I received, the directions were to the airport in Dublin and not Shannon. Could I try my question again, please? Thank you.

Re: Limerick to Shannon Airport Transportation

by nomad7890

omg ... this is what happens when I stay up late - I read Dublin.

The link will work just the same. Just substitute:

Limerick
Shannon Airport

in the journey planner. This time it looks like no changes!

Re: Limerick to Shannon Airport Transportation

by johnmperry

I don't think there's any such place as Shannon city. It's the name of Ireland's largest river.

This company runs a scheduled service - it takes half an hour to cover the 24 km
http://www.jjkavanagh.ie/timetables
costs 5 euro

Re: Limerick to Shannon Airport Transportation

by nomad7890

Google maps Shannon Ireland - both a city and a river. Airlines fly there.

Re: Limerick to Shannon Airport Transportation

by johnmperry

It's very much a white elephant airport - built just in time for transatlantic flights to make it all the way to London and continental Europe without the need to refuel.

I've been there only a few times, a long time ago, when my flight to Cork was diverted (more than once).

Re: Limerick to Shannon Airport Transportation

by annemariebyrne

Looks like you will have to be at Shannon airport by 6am at the latest so I think a taxi is the only way to go. Why not get your hotel (or wherever you are staying) in Limerick to book a taxi for you?

Re: Limerick to Shannon Airport Transportation

by Travelbug2009

Hi,

there is a bus leaving Limerick bus station at 6.30 and getting in at Shannon Airport at 7.15.
At that time in the morning the traffic should not be bad.

Do look it up at http://www.buseireann.ie

Travel Tips for Limerick

I've a horse outside...

by sourbugger

If you want to understand something of limerick's humour then take a Youtube look at (along with several million others) at the 'Rubber bandits'. These anarchic twosome were the Irish comedy sensation of 2010, especially when their single 'I've a horse outside' almost made the christmas No1. The song references the usual Limerick obsessions : loose women and drugs, but also pokes fun at those who spend their money on 'souping up' their boy-racer cars. Apparantly some commentors in America didn't get the irony of the song and thought that the citizens of Limerick had reverted to equine transportation systems'

Mr Chrome and Blindboy always perform with plastic supermarket bags over their heads as masks. I guess that means they can go about their business in Limerick without undue attention - genius.

Their act is a kind of satirical white-boy rap thing, it's difficult to be more precise.

Check out the Limerick Treaty...

by Nobbe

Check out the Limerick Treaty Stone. It was in 1691 that the Limerick Treaty is said to have been signed when Limerick finally fell into English hands. This stone can be found near the castle if you cross the Thomond Bridge and immediately turn left onto Clancy's Strand. On your left you will see this large Limerick Treaty Stone perched on a pedestal.

Its not really like Angela' s Ashes!!!

by SarahEire

Most everyone when they think of Ireland they think of rain, rain and more rain but it's not always like that.

If you are coming during the summer it is best to bring a mixture of clothing. This year we had very good weather during the summer months with only a couple of rainy days. So it was shorts and t-shirts for most everyone.

Just to be on the safe side it is advisable to bring an umbrella and maybe a waterproff jacket.

Bring comfortable shoes if you are touring around. Make sure you bring plenty of film for your camera. There are some beautiful shots to be taken of Limerick, you won't want to miss out. If you have an expensive camera, it is probably best not to flash it around in the city centre.

Horse racing

by orlikins

I know next to nothing about this, but there are regular horse point-to-point races around Limerick as well as the Limerick races off the Dooradoyle road in Greenpark. Back home, I've got 3 neighbours on my road who keep horses and who are involved in hunting, training and holding gymkhanas. (And then there's my non-horsey family in the middle of them all!)

Go Kart Racing

by irishjon25

Kilcornan Karting offers the ultimate karting experience available in Ireland. Based just outside Limerick, you can take a quick 15 minute "arrive and drive" session or the full Grand Prix. The track is well recognised on the Irish Karting Circuit and has been host to many All Ireland finals over the years. It offers an excellent challenge to beginner and expert alike. Floodlights are installed for those dark winter nights and we race no matter what the weather throws at us. For a truly amazing experience, come karting at Kilcornan Karting. Opening hours are 12:00 Midday to 9pm seven days a week.

Directions.

Travelling from Limerick City, take the N69 (Foynes Road) southwest. Pass through Mungret, Clarina and Kildomo. As you arrive into Kilcornan, you will see a church on your right. Take the next right turn and we are in on your left. If you have any difficulty finding us, just call!

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 Castle Oaks House Hotel

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Address: Castleconnell, Limerick, Ireland