The Old Bank

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The Old Bank is the town's most prominent and inviting building and has been tastefully restored to its original nineteenth century grandeur.

The Old Bank Bruff, Co.Limerick is a Four Star B&B providing the quality and comfort found in any Four star Guest house or Hotel, but with the attentive, personalised service and value for money of a much smaller establishment in  an old inviting period building refurbished to the highest standard .Each room at the Old Bank possesses its very own distinct individual style that blend period decoration with all of today's modern services and luxuries. All Rooms are Ensuite and most have Jacuzzi baths.

There are two beautiful restaurants nearby. Scenic drives, majestic Irish pubs, local shopping, pitch and putt. We are close to Ballyhoura Hill walking, Mountain bike trails and beautiful Lough Gur. Ideally situated for tour of south of Ireland, Ring of Kerry and Killarney.

From Limerick city you take the R512 road, which is off the Kilmallock roundabout, straight out to Bruff, it is on the right hand side of Main Street.

Munster Vales

Munster Vales

Munster Vales is a tourism destination of domestic and international significance spanning five mountain ranges including Ballyhoura. The Munster Vales proposition is to promote and develop the outstanding outdoor activity and heritage product within East Limerick, connecting the unique visitor experiences of this rural uplands with the counties of Tipperary, Waterford, Cork and Limerick.

For more about The Old Bank, Bruff, in the Munster Vales Ballyhoura region, click here.


Bruff, Co Limerick

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Treaty Stone Limerick. Photo Piotr Machowczyk