ADARE Manor is delighted to announce plans to launch a brand-new activity centre, The Padel Club, later this Autumn.
Further elevating the guest experience, The Padel Club will provide a new wellness and sporting facility exclusive to guests staying at Adare Manor, with the addition of a host of new activities including: two indoor padel tennis courts; a luxurious 17 metre swimming pool; and a simulation room for guests to try their hand at a host of sports such as golf, baseball, hockey, soccer and footgolf, among other facilities.
Padel tennis is the fastest growing sport in Europe and is increasing in popularity across the UK, US and Canada. Featuring two purpose built padel tennis courts, The Padel Club at Adare Manor will lead the way in new leisure pursuits with Ireland’s first ever purpose-built indoor padel tennis courts.
Padel tennis is a racquet sport in an enclosed walled court – one third the size of a tennis court – and with the same scoring system as tennis. Adare Manor looks forward to being the first and only private resort in Ireland to welcome padel players of all levels.
The Padel Club will enhance the resort’s suite of guest activities, offering numerous new features including a large luxurious swimming pool with an infinity edge leading to a hydro pool, a steam room, sauna, tropical rain shower and seating area.
The Padel Club will also consist of a full state-of-the-art gym, featuring peloton bikes and water rowers, plus a yoga studio to cater for guest’s fitness and wellness needs.
The new activity centre is set to include a simulation room where guests will have the opportunity to take technical golf lessons and putting practice or play a variety of games such as golf, soccer, baseball, hockey or footgolf.
Revealing plans for The Padel Club, Colm Hannon, CEO at Adare Manor said:
“The team here at Adare Manor are always looking for ways to enhance our guest’s experience. We understand that the culture of fitness and wellness is becoming increasingly important to our guests of all ages, and our activity centre, The Padel Club, is our new offering to deliver this to our guests.
“We have reviewed similar facilities and trends worldwide and engaged with experts to ensure our facility exceeds guests’ expectations. Launching this Autumn, we are delighted to offer a whole new range of activities including Ireland’s first indoor padel tennis court, yoga, swimming, sauna and steam rooms, a full gym and simulation room.” he said.
Located just two-minute walk from the Manor House, The Padel Club will be clad in wood and glass with complementary wood and stone finishes on the interior. This will be a holistic space for hotel residents, appealing to the senses whilst invigorating both mind and body. ###
About Adare Manor
Set on an 840-acre estate, Adare Manor in Co. Limerick is one of Ireland’s leading five-star castle properties. The resort re-opened in November 2017 following an extensive restoration, refurbishment and expansion programme over a 21-month period.
The largest restoration project of its kind in Ireland, the renovation and expansion honours the building’s architectural heritage as a Neo-Gothic masterpiece while incorporating the latest in contemporary luxury.
Most notably, the expansion included a new 42-bedroom wing, increasing accommodations to a total of 104 guest rooms, and a ballroom which can host up to 350 guests.
The beautiful riverside setting is also home to Ireland’s 1st and only La Mer Spa, elegant fine dining facilities including the Michelin star Oak Room restaurant, a championship golf course redesigned by award-wining designer Tom Fazio, trout fishing on the River Maigue and a host of other estate activities, including falconry, archery, and clay pigeon shooting, which will intrigue even the most experienced travellers.
Situated in the heart of picturesque Adare Village in Co. Limerick, Adare Manor is surrounded by medieval ruins, walled gardens and winding woodland paths and just 25 minutes from Shannon International Airport.
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