Lantern Lodge


The Lantern Lodge is sited at the roundabout as you approach Adare from Limerick city. This handsome Victorian Gothic Gate Lodge previously gave access to Adare Manor estate. The building is an important architectural contribution to the heritage of Adare and has recently been carefully restored by the owners of Adare Manor Hotel.

This octagonal two storey lodge was built c. 1830 of limestone and it has gablets on three elevations, a hipped slate roof and lancet windows and these features mirror the style of the main house. The adjoining stone wall has an inset pointed carriage arch with double leaf ornate wrought iron gates. The Lantern Lodge would have been inhabited mainly by workers on the estate and the census of 1901 records that the gamekeeper Michael Quaid and his family lived there at that time.

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