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Activities. There is an abundance of activities to enjoy during your stay at the Mustard Seed Adare four star country house hotel. Fishing - Escorted day trips can be arranged from the house with Celtic angling. For more information see www.celticangling.com Horseriding - Clonshire riding stables is located only 15 minutes drive towards Adare. Golf - A choice of several courses are within easy driving distance. Adare village - One of Irelands prettiest village is 10 minutes drive. Half a day can be spent browsing the craft galleries, antiques shops and heritage centre. There is a good choice of coffee shops and restaurants. Garden visits - There is a selection of interesting gardens nearby who welcome visitors. - Terra Nova Plants and Garden - Boyces Gardens - O'Brien's Gardens in Foynes and the gardens at Glin Castle. - Granagh garden centre, located 20 minutes away, a friendly, family run centre is great for picking up usual and unusual plants and roses. Please see website: www.limerickgardentrail.com Irish Dresden - At Irish Dresden, a cross-country drive away, will take you to the factory where the intricate dresden is made. Limerick City - Limerick is Ireland's fourth largest city and is just a short drive away. Family or corporate entertainment - Little Orchard Adventure Centre - see www.funireland.com - is 20 minutes drive from Ballingarry. It provides facilities for off-road mud karting, archery lessons, clay pigeon shooting, paint balling, etc. Walking tours - Situated in the Southwest region of Ireland, a plesant drive from The Mustard Seed, on the borders of counties Limerick, Tipperary and Cork, Ballyhoura Country is an area the undulating green pastures, of the Golden Vale, of woodlands, hills and mountains. The area has been described as "a haven of beauty and tranquillity", where the pace of life is slow, offering the discerning holidaymaker the chance to re-discover quality living, like it used to be, from the people of the Ballyhoura themselves. Two mountain ranges, the Ballyhoura's and the Galtee's, offer walkers a unique experience to explore the Irish countryside at its best. With over 1,500km of off-road marked trails, the area offers much in the way of walks, from leisurely strolls through peaceful pastureland or forest tracks, to the Ballyhoura way, a 90km long-distance walk which traverses the area from east to west.
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