Since re-opening after a multi million euro refurbishment, Adare Manor has wowed visitors with a commitment to offering one of the most luxurious experiences in the country, and Easter is no exception. To usher in the first Easter at the new Adare Manor, guests will be spoiled with an array of seasonal treats, starting with an unforgettable Easter-themed Afternoon Tea.
Pastry chef Xavier Torne and his talented team have created an elegant, yet fun seasonal Afternoon Tea. They have combined a quirky Battenberg and spiced beef sandwiches to match the Adare Manor style while incorporating the light-hearted spirit of the team behind it.
In addition to this, those checking in for the holiday weekend will be treated to a sweet surprise in their room on Easter Sunday, as the team of chocolate experts have also handcrafted bespoke Adare Manor Easter Eggs and an adorable Easter Duck.
In addition to the Easter festivities, Adare Manor is now home to the largest figurative bronze sculpture ever made in Ireland. The sculpture of a Bear, which stands at four metres tall, was produced by renowned Irish artist Patrick O’Reilly and now resides on the grounds.
The Bear sculpture is titled ‘In Search of Lost Time’ shows the Bear marching forward. From childhood days, one of our first memories is that of a teddy bear, which personifies companionship, trust and innocence. The Adare Bear represents our lives with an air of optimism, as we all march on taking on the wonders of life – a timely reminder to embrace the joys of Easter as we did as children!
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