Taste the Island - Dinner Bed & Breakfast Packages
Multi Award Winning Dining in the heart of Limerick City
The Limerick Strand Hotel offers a truly special dining experience overlooking the magnificent River Shannon.
Our menu reflects a passion for high quality locally grown produce. We partner with local farms & dairies wherever possible to source the finest fresh ingredients which allows us to take pride in our unique menu.
Our executive chef & team want to offer guests a pure taste of the Wild Atlantic Way and works extra hard to get there supporting local artisan producers along the way hence offering a dining destination that has the heartbeat of Limerick city. It is difficult to put into words the dedication, passion & enthusiasm that exudes from our Executive Chef. The food speaks for itself, an ethos of championing local producers where possible features through all our various menus. The exceptionally good value food at the Limerick Strand Hotel celebrates Ireland’s world class food and drink offering allowing you to really Taste the Place.
Our overnight dining packages includes overnight accommodation in our fully air-conditioned, recently refurbished spacious bedrooms that has all the essential comforts of home, a cosy sanctuary after a busy day exploring all that Limerick has to offer.
Enjoy a movie on the 40-inch flatscreen TV, complimentary high speed Wi-Fi within the comfort of your room.
Relax in the 20-metre swimming pool at Energize Health Club. Savour award winning breakfast in the morning.
The Limerick Strand is an ideal base for those looking to explore the undiscovered treasures of the Shannon and Limerick City including the incredible King John’s Castle, a mere stroll from the hotel. With many local attractions offering amazing discounts to hotel guests of the Strand- from kayaking on the Shannon to river cruising in Killaloe to museum and cultural hot spot visits, you will return home refreshed, energized and pleasantly surprised by Limerick and environs.
Limerick is the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way, but not as congested as Ireland’s other major routes and cities so getting around is easy to navigate and you will definitely discover an isolated beach or two on your travels.