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Adare Manor upgrades website with 3D video guides

10.31am 24th June 2021 - Courses

Adare Manor, host venue for the 2027 Ryder Cup, has unveiled a new website which features 3D video tours to give golfers an immersive insight into the County Limerick-based resort’s hotel, facilities and golf course. 

The new website includes bespoke 3D Tours through the resort, inviting guests to log on and explore the award-winning clubhouse, The Carriage House, and the 5-star hotel, The Manor House, long before their visit.

Guests are able to enjoy the 3D Tours’ escapism, as it brings to life, with detailed accuracy, the first steps through the hotel, each bar and restaurant dining option and a full suite of the bedrooms available. 

Elsewhere on the site, golfers are teased with hole-by-hole tours of the golf course via the interactive course guide. The new hole flyover videos showcase the course and offer a glimpse into the challenge that will be facing Team USA and Team Europe come 2027. 

Following the reopening of the resort, Colm Hannon, CEO of Adare Manor, said: “We are delighted to welcome guests safely back to Adare Manor. The team’s efforts have been remarkable to ensure we are able to exceed expectations from day one, and it’s a testament to the shared care, passion and dedication that has been championed throughout the year.”

“As a team, we are committed to continuing a level of guest experience like nowhere else, and although we recognise there are still restrictions to travel which may limit some visitors, these new additions to our digital experience are a demonstration of our ambitions to create connections with our guests across every detail of Adare.”


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