The Bedford Townhouse & Café
A boutique heritage townhouse in the heart of Limerick City
Welcome to The Bedford Townhouse & Café, a boutique property with a unique heritage, in the heart of Limerick City. Discover Limerick from the luxurious surroundings of our city centre townhouse.
Step into our spacious and refined Elegant Room, the perfect sanctuary for your escape in Limerick. Soothe your soul in our carefully decorated space, the perfect base whatever your reason for visiting. Our Elegant Rooms sleep two adults and come with a King bed as standard. Twin beds available on request.
Embrace Limerick at its most luxurious with our supremely stylish Tait Suite. This large and airy space has all you need for the perfect stay, with a separate lounge area for your comfort. Our Suite sleep two adults and comes with a King bed as standard. Twin beds available on request.
Make yourself completely at home in our beautiful Chic Room. Experience Limerick charm from the comfort of sophisticated and stylish surroundings. Our Chic Rooms sleep two adults and come with a King bed as standard. Twin beds available on request.
The Hunt Museum
A historic 18th-century former Customs house with one of Ireland’s largest private collections of art and antiquities, from Neolithic artefacts to works of art by the likes of Picasso and Yeats. Only 5 minutes walk from The Bedford.
King John's Castle
Not only is this one of the best preserved Norman castles in Europe with 800 years of history, but it also delivers possibly the best views of the River Shannon and surrounding city. A short 10 minute walk from your room.
Limerick City Gallery of Art
A museum with the best, and largest, contemporary art collection in the region. This historic building looks out over People’s Park, just a 10 minute walk away
The Three Bridges Walking Route
Start at Arthur's Quay Park and follow this stunning route along the River Shannon, taking in some of Limerick's iconic landmarks along the way. If your stay in Limerick is short, this is the perfect way to get a quick sense of the city.
The Treaty Stone
Erected in 1865, this rough-hewn limestone rock is said to be the the surface on which the Treaty of Limerick was signed in 1691, which marked the surrender of the city to the army of William of Orange.