Limerick has a typical maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters. June to September is summer season with temperatures between 16 °C and 20 °C and nights around 10 °C. Winters are still above zero, even at night. The highest and lowest temperatures possible are close to 30 °C and around -8 °C. Precipitation is evenly distributed throughout the year, with autumn and winter being the wettest time and spring being the driest month. May is the driest and most sunny month of the year.
|Ashgrove House||42 Rossroe Avenue Caherdavin, Ennis Road||Guesthouse||92|
|Castle Moor B&B||Rivers, Castletroy Co. Limerick||GUESTHOUSE||91|
|Clifton Guesthouse||Ennis Road Limerick||Guesthouse||-|
|Courtbrack Accommodation||Courtbrack Avenue Dock Road||Hostel||84|
|Kilmurry Lodge Hotel||Castletroy Dublin Road||Hotel||86|
|Maldron Hotel Limerick||John Carew Link road Roxboro||Hotel||87|
|O'Driscoll's B&B||Glin village Main Street||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|The Boutique Hotel||Denmark Street||Hostel||94|
|Patrick Punch's Hotel||Punchs Cross Limerick||Hotel||-|
|The Old Bank||Bruff Main St.||Guesthouse||-|
|The Orchard||The Orchard Limerick Road, Newcastlewest,||Guesthouse||89|
|Travelodge Limerick||Coonagh Roundabout, Ennis Road, N18||Hotel||82|
|Travelodge Limerick Castletroy||Dublin Road, Castletroy Limerick||Hotel||-|
|Armada Lodge||1 Elm Drive, Ennis Road Limerick City||Guesthouse||90|
|The Boutique Hotel||Denmark Street Limerick||HOTEL||87|
|Abbeyville Bed & Breakfast||2 Alexandra Terrace O'Connell Avenue||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Woodfield House||Ennis Road||HOTEL||-|
|Santa Cruz House||Ennis Road||Guesthouse||-|
|Robins Nest||10 The Moorings, Westbury, Corbally||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Avondale B&B||Old Cratloe Road,,Limerick||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Coonagh Lodge||Coonagh Off Ennis Rd||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Glen Eagles||12 Vereker Gardens,Ennis Road,Limerick City||GUESTHOUSE||89|
|Moyrhee||Phares Road Off N18 Meelick||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Sandvilla||Monaleen Road Castletroy||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Avondoyle Country Home||Old Dooradoyle Road, Ballyclough||GUESTHOUSE||-|
Public WiFi services are available in many cafes, bars, restaurants and hotels. They are also available on most Irish long-distance Intercity trains, some commuter trains and buses. Internet cafes are available in major urban areas, but are not as common as they once were, due to the growth of 3G data services and public WiFi. However, you will still find them in areas popular with tourists.
See also: International Telephone Calls
There are currently four main mobile phone operators dominating the Irish market:
Most European phones and operators will allow you to roam on Irish networks, however you should ensure before arrival that your phone can operate on the GSM900/1800 network and that your service provider has set you up to allow roaming. This is especially true for visitors from outside the Eurozone. You can also buy a cheap prepay SIM card if you have an unlocked handset. This can be considerably cheaper as it means that you will be assigned an Irish number which you can be called at during your trip and your outgoing calls are charged at normal Irish mobile rates.
Pay phones are fairly widely available (but becoming less so) and most take euro coins, prepaid calling cards and major credit cards.
The police service (An Garda Síochána) and fire services can be contacted by dialling 999 or 112 on any phone or mobile phone throughout the country.
An Post is the national postal service provider. They're generally open Monday to Friday, between 9:00am to 5:30pm or 6:00pm, and smaller post offices would also impose lunch-time closure. Half-day service is available on Saturday, from 9:00am to 1:00pm. The General Post Office (GPO) on O'Connell Street in Dublin is the main post office in Dublin, and it is open Monday to Saturday, from 8:00am to 8:00pm. The post offices are closed on Sunday and Bank Holiday. If you want to use private courier services for sending packages you can also use companies like DHL, UPS or TNT.
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