Founded in the 13th century, Adare Manor abounds with a rich heritage and modern opulence, surrounded by 840 acres of impeccable golf course, formal French gardens blooming with boxwood parterres and red roses, and pristine parklands. The Manor House has been exceptionally restored by local stone masons and brims with the Gothic splendor of a château. The greatest masterpiece of Adare Manor happens to be the setting for afternoon tea.
The Gallery is a 132-foot-long room inspired by the great cathedrals and long castle galleries of Europe and the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles. With soaring 26½-foot-high ceilings and walls covered in lavish tapestries and breathtaking stained-glass windows tracing the noble lineage of the families who formerly inhabited the manor, the space accomplishes the perfect balance of monumental scale and exquisite detail.