Adare Manor Announces Temporary Closure Due To COVID-19

By Dave Simpson
Adare Manor Announces Temporary Closure Due To COVID-19

Co. Limerick's Adare Manor has announced that it is closing temporarily due to COVID-19.

The hotel and golf club issued a statement saying, "The health and well-being of our team and guests at Adare Manor is always our priority. In order to continue to protect our team and their families, guests, and the local community of Adare against the ongoing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) globally, we have taken the decision to temporarily and voluntarily close the resort from Tuesday, 17th March, 2020. In the circumstances, we will keep the re-opening date under review.

"We are very supportive of all measures that are being put in place by the Irish government in order to minimise the spread of this virus, and we have had an experienced COVID-19 dedicated team coordinating our response, and this team has overseen the implementation of all recommended guidelines across the entire resort from the outset."

Thankful For Support

Adare Manor added, "We sincerely thank suppliers, contractors and members of the local community for their support during this time. We will continue to do all we can to minimise the spread of this virus. We have a team who is currently communicating with all impending visitors and suppliers to the resort.

"During this period of temporary closure, our team will be available to answer any questions guests may have and are contactable on +353 61 605 200 or [email protected]."

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