Scroll Down

Spend 48 Hours in Limerick

Day 2 - Exploring the Treaty City

The Milk Market

Start your day the right way with a full Irish breakfast at Harry’s on the river before making your way to Limerick's Iconic Milk Market, the main gathering point for locals and visitors to the area since 1852. Discover the very best of fresh, natural produce from great farmhouse cheeses and chutneys, just-caught fish and artisan meats, organic fruit & vegetables, to delicious healthy bread and fresh-pressed juices.

The Milk Market, Market House, Mungret Street, Limerick | Click here for more information 

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

Ireland's iconic Bunratty Castle is a must-see. Named after the river Raite which runs alongside this strategic settlement. The spot on which this castle stands has been occupied for over 1000 years and has been graciously restored in the 1960s and furnished by Lord Gort's magnificent collection of medieval furniture and furnishings, this is your chance to experience a window on Ireland’s past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle.

Bunratty West, Bunratty, Co. Clare | Click here for more information

Dinner at Harry's on the river

Finish off your day with dinner at Harry's on the River, where only the finest quality regional produce is used, including Ballyagran Salad Leaves and steaks from Co. Limerick. In fact, the beef can be traced right back to the field from which it came in Enda Aherns.

The atmosphere is inviting, the food and drink lively, with some flair and humour in the presentation.
The bartenders have great skills, shaking up perfectly blended cocktails with the city skyline in the background.

Harry's on the river, situated on the first floor of the Absolute Hotel
For bookings or enquiries call 061 463600 | Email:

Day 3 - Exploring the Treaty City

Breakfast at Harry's

Another scrumptious full Irish breakfast awaits you at Harry’s on the river.
Harry's has a unique combination of indoor and outdoor dining with the bar flowing into the outdoor terrace where guests can enjoy alfresco dining overlooking the rarely-seen aspect of the Abbey River.


An Escape Room Experience!

At Escape Limerick there are 3 themed rooms based on Limerick city’s history: Troubled Waters, McCourts Classroom and King John’s Dungeon and they are suitable for everyone! You and your team are locked in a room for one hour. You need to interact with your surroundings and work together to crack clues and solve puzzles so that you figure out your escape before your 60 minutes are up! 

14/15 Nicholas Street, Medieval Quarter, Limerick City | Click here for more information