Things To Do In Limerick
The scenic town of Killaloe is 6 miles from the hotel. Killaloe is on the shores of Lough Derg, Ireland’s main pleasure lake, & offers a wide variety of water sports. This includes boating, swimming & water skiing.
This is truly the best way to absorb the beauty of the Shannon Region. A network of quiet country roads & lanes, forest paths & mountain trails will take you into the heart of beautiful, rural countryside. Please click on our Walking Page for more information.
The hotel has easy access to the River Shannon, with shower facilities & changing rooms on site. Our partner Get West looks after all kayaking tours, team building kayaking events, small groups and family trips. All equipment is provided including wetsuits and all safety equipment.
If you would like to find out about a kayaking experience at the Castle Oaks House Hotel, please contact our events department on 061-377666.
Stand Up Paddle (SUP)
Stand Up Paddle Boarding or SUP originated in Hawaii. It is a variation of surfing. It uses large, very buoyant boards and long light-weight paddles. You stand on the board and use the paddle to propel yourself.
Because the boards are so buoyant and stable it makes the sport incredibly easy to learn. No matter what age or how physically active you are there is something in this sport for you. It is a lovely way to see the River Shannon.
If you like more information about having Paddle Boarding in the Castle Oaks House Hotel, call us on +353 61 377666 and you can take a look at www.soulkite.ie
Lough Derg Cycleway covers 32,000 acres and is one of the largest & most beautiful lakes in Ireland. Low hills & mountains with a shoreline of marvellous inlets & bays surrounding it offer a wealth of routes to choose from along quiet country roads with a relatively flat terrain. With its breathtaking scenery, the area has been referred to as ‘a cyclist’s paradise’.
Wherever you go in County Limerick you are never far away from a golf course. You will find more than 30 quality courses, each one uniquely challenging & with a character that is visually exciting. Golfers can test their skills from the windswept dunes of championship links, or simply play a relaxing eighteen holes on mature parkland of tree-lined fairways.
Below are some of the popular course within a short drive of the Castle Oaks House Hotel.
If you like to book in a Golf Break away, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +353 61 377666
The geography of the region is ideally suited to horse riding throughout the entire year, & especially over the winter months during the hunting season. Mountain trails, forest paths, country lanes & deserted beaches all compete in popularity. There are many riding centres offering a wide range of facilities for the novice or experienced rider.