This is the climate diagram for Limerick. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 3° in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is June.
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A Green and Pleasant Land: Holiday Cottages in Limerick
In the beautiful southwestern corner of Ireland – the greenest isle in Europe – Limerick is one of Ireland’s oldest and most culturally rich cities. Dating way back to the early medieval period, the city came alive in the 1100s, when King John had his residence there. Since then the city has bloomed, with beautiful townhouses – which make for great accommodation – and a thriving local culture. Wherever you choose to stay, it will be a holiday cottage trip worth remembering.
Easily Accessible: Getting to Your Accommodation
Limerick is relatively easy to get to, no matter whether you’re coming from within Ireland or abroad. Shannon Airport, one of Ireland’s main airports, is just a few miles outside the city and is accessible by taxi. Flights go from there to Europe and America.
Kerry and Cork Airports are both around an hour and a half away, with Kerry Airport accessible by train. Cork is accessible by bus.
Getting around Ireland from Limerick is easy, so if you’re travelling from accommodation elsewhere on the Emerald Isle then you won’t have any trouble. Trains go daily to and from Dublin, Waterford, Galway and Cork. An easy day out from any Limerick accommodation.
Ancient History and Modern Art: Limerick’s Main Attractions
Limerick is blessed with a massive range of local attractions, both old and new, all of which are easily accessible from most accommodation or holiday cottage. A must see is King John’s Castle. The current castle was built way back in 1200 on the orders of King John, the then king of England. It’s probably the best-preserved castle from the Norman period and is a great day out.
A building of similar cultural importance is St Mary’s Cathedral. Founded in 1168, it is the oldest building in Limerick and is filled with fascinating cultural relics.
For something a little more modern, there’s the Hunt Museum. Founded by the couple John and Gertrude Hunt, the museum holds more than 2000 pieces of art is known through the area.
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