Located just 11 km outside Limerick City, and a few minutes walk from the boundaries where County Limerick meets County Clare and County Tipperary. Castleconnell is serviced by a list of well-established primary, secondary schools (Castleconnell NS ,Lisnagry NS and Castletroy College). Only a short drive from University of Limerick and Plassey Technological Park, with easy access to the M7and Limerick City only circa 13km away.
There is so much natural beauty and magnificent scenery on your doorstep within this riverside setting, which offers some of the nicest river walks in Ireland.
During the 19th century, the village was a popular location for royalty to fish and today remains an attractive destination for anglers fishing on the River Shannon and Mulcair. Castleconnell is also home to a rich and diverse bird life, particularly swans that migrate from Iceland in the winter to breed on the river. Castleconnell embraces its riverside setting and has an active rowing club in existence since 1983. Steeped in history, the village of Castleconnell is home to a number of architectural buildings including Castle Oaks Hotel and the 18th century, Palladian Style Mountshannon House, which now lies in ruins.
Castle Oaks House Hotel is a stunning Georgian House built in the 18th century set on 26 acres of mature gardens and woodlands leading to the banks of the River Shannon. The hotel offers a wonderful array of fine food, coffee and a newly refurbished leisure centre.
The village of Castleconnell offers an array of restaurants, bars, cafes, supermarket and shops. Stunning homes, a stone’s throw from the vibrant and scenic village of Castleconnell.