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Room For Rent, Newcastle West, Friendly Country Cottage With Pets
Friendly Country Cottage With Pets
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House to rent in Limerick, Stonepark
Limerick
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€1000/mo
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Limerick
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€2000/mo
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Limerick
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€1200/mo
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Limerick
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€1560/mo
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Kilmallock
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€1200/mo
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Bruff
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€1200/mo
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Limerick
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€1950/mo
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House to rent in Limerick, Stonepark
Stonepark
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€1000/mo
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Lemonfield Terrace
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€1560/mo
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Abbeyfeale West
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€1200/mo
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Currahchase North
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€1950/mo
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Limerick
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€4000/mo
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Abbeyfarm
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€1000/mo
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Ballysheedy
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€4000/mo
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Kilmallock
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€1000/mo
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Make a move to Limerick

Thinking of renting a house in Limerick? And why not! The county and city of Limerick, home to some 100,000 residents, offers potential homeseekers plenty of rental options. Here is a chance to rent a house amongst some of the nation’s most stunning scenery thanks to the river Shannon that flows through the county keeping the landscape lush and fertile. 

Limerick’s excellent location allows you to expand not only your recreational endeavours but more importantly, employment opportunities. Located in the midwest region, renting a house in Limerick allows you to access the other major Irish cities of Galway, Cork, Kerry and Clare easily. The county offers excellent connectivity links via motorway, train and air (Shannon International airport is only a short drive from Limerick city servicing several main European and US destinations).

Another valuable plus point for Limerick is that it is home to the University of Limerick that offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses to approximately 17,000 local and international students. For families looking to rent a house in Limerick, having access to such a reputable educational establishment is a real bonus. 

Whether you’re interested in renting a townhouse in St. John’s Square in Limerick city or a thatched cottage in the picturesque heritage town of Adare, located only eighteen kilometres from Limerick city, Rentola.ie can help you find your dream house to rent in Limerick today!

Houses for rent in Limerick are plentiful

With other counties struggling to meet with the growing housing demand - Dublin and Wicklow being in the forefront - Limerick still has a decent offering of affordable houses for rent. According to Limerick.ie, rent prices in the region are more than 50% lower than Dublin, 25% lower than Cork and 23% percent lower than Galway. Ennis Road, located a few kilometres outside the city centre, is a popular residential area with a great selection of housing estates on either side. Depending on how loose your purse strings are, you can either opt to rent one of the elaborate red brick residences off Sarsfield Bridge or choose to go for a more modest three or four bedroom semi-detached property in Shelbourne Square or Waterville.

Some other great spots to check out semis and detached houses for rent in Limerick city include Raheen, Dooradoyle, Corbally, Catherdavin and Castletroy. And if you wish to be at a distance from the big city lights there are a host of delightful towns and villages where you can find a lovely family house to rent with plenty of space. 

Here is a list (in alphabetical order no less) of the more popular places to look for a house to rent in Limerick:

Some are smaller than others but they all offer the basic amenities: schools, healthcare facilities, restaurants, pubs and shopping facilities.

Rent a house in Limerick to enjoy nature at its best

Limerick county is a stunning mix of majestic mountains, magical woodlands, glistening lakes and rivers. If you enjoy outdoor adventure, renting a house in Limerick will amply feed your passion. No matter where you rent a house in Limerick you will always have long walking trails, off beaten cycling tracks, fishing or boating activities or camping fun right at your doorstep.

If you’re renting a house in Limerick city, a fun and free activity for the whole family to participate in is a bike ride on the Limerick Greenway, a 40 km off road path through the countryside. Another great way to enjoy a sunny day is to drive along the scenic Shannon Estuary Way that gently takes you through charming villages and some spectacular natural scenery. 

If you love to be in the midst of trees and plants, renting a house in Limerick will put you in the way of plenty of gardens and woods. For sinuous and twisting pathways through bushes of fern and trees covered in moss and lichen, checkout Foynes Woodland, Ballyhoura Forest Park, Curraghchase Forest Park and Glenisla Trail. For lovers of gardens and flowers you will thoroughly enjoy a few hours exploring any one of these venues: Boyce Gardens, Ballinacourty Gardens or Knockpatrick Gardens. 

Rent a house in Limerick if you love sports

So you like to keep healthy? You’ll be happy to know then that when you rent a house in Limerick you can avail of a huge selection of indoor and outdoor sporting activities. From swimming to golf, all sporting passions and hobbies are catered for all ages and abilities. 

Fitzgerald's Farmhouse and Equestrian Centre in Abbeyfeale will get you saddled up and out trotting about in open countryside before you can say hee-haw. If horse riding isn’t quite up your street, how about fishing? Renting a house in Limerick will give you ample opportunity to river or deep sea fish. Fish for salmon or brown trout on the River Feale. Try your hand at coarse angling in Lough Gur situated in Ballyhura County. The Shannon Estuary offers superb inshore sea angling. 

Golfing is a popular pastime so if you are into this sporting activity renting a house in Limerick will provide you with many great golf courses to choose from. You may want to play a round of golf at Adare Manor Golf Club, Ballyneety Golf Club, Limerick Golf Club, Castletroy Golf Club, but to name a few.  Jurassic Park Mini-Golf Limerick is a great venue to spend a Saturday afternoon with the family. 

Indoor leisure centres and gyms are also widely available and are often located near residential areas where you may be renting a house. Sport clubs and facilities offering GAA, martial arts, tennis and badminton are easily found all over the county. 

Conclusion

Houses for rent in Limerick are in good supply. Here is a county with excellent amenities: shopping, hospitals, employment with top multinationals, schools, sporting and recreational facilities. For a high standard of living, let Rentola.ie help you find a great house to rent in Limerick.

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