Eggs-plore A Little More In Limerick For Easter

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Are you thinking of taking the the family away for an Easter break? You could consider Limerick for Easter and enjoy a great family rate from 11-24 April in the Limerick Strand Hotel, because the four-star hotel is making Easter a special time for families.

Eggs-plore A Little More In Limerick For Easter

Families can easily explore Limerick city on foot or hire bikes and take advantage of the green spaces along the Shannon. For instance, families can explore the beautiful wooded trails and parks that includes Curraghchase Forest Park and the Limerick Greenway.

Things to Do in Limerick

Limerick is packed with historic places of interest, activities, cultural hot spots, and great food stops including the famous Milk Market. The Hunt Museum with its location on the banks of the Shannon is a nice place to discover art, indoors and out. The Strand Hotel offers a complimentary range of walking, running, and cycling map routes for hotel guests.

The hotel staff are happy to provide suggested driving itineraries for guest as Limerick is the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way. Discounts and special offers are available for local attractions and activities, see here.

The Strand Hotel Family Deal

The two-night package includes family room accommodation (2 adults and 2 kids under 12 yrs), breakfast both mornings, in addition children under 12 years dine free. (Free main course with every adult main course purchased).

The hotel will run a series of Easter themed activities, including Arts & Crafts sessions. On Easter Sunday they will host an Easter Egg Hunt with a visit from the Easter Bunny. There will be an Easter Egg treat for all the little chicks. 

Hotel guests have complimentary access to Energize Health Centre, including a 20-metre swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi. To make a reservation call 061 421800 or [email protected] for more details see here. See the Limerick Discover site here.

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Joan Scales
Joan Scales
Award-winning journalist, Joan has been writing about travel and tourism for many years principally for The Irish Times and lately for travel2ireland. Joan has appeared many times on television and radio talking about the business of travel and all its component strands. She is also a public speaker and has appeared at many international conventions and conferences.

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