The prestigious award follows two years after the manor’s debut, after following a multi-million euro renovation at its hotel in County Limerick.
CEO of Adare Manor, Colm Hannon expressed how proud he was to receive the award, marking it a “new chapter” for the hotel.
He said: “ A labour of love from the very start, Adare Manor was created to delight, astonish, and impress – and we continue to hold ourselves accountable to that vision today, which is vividly alive in our guest experience and even further reflected by our now recognised world-class culinary program.
“This recognition comes down to the dedication and commitment from head chef Michael Tweedie and our entire culinary and front of house teams in The Oak Room, and their passion for the service they are providing our guests.”
Adare Manor is the only place in Limerick with a Michelin star and among only 17 in Ireland.
Head chef Michael Tweedie said that they have “worked so hard” to bring the restaurant to its current status.
He added: “We are so proud of being recognised by Michelin today and it’s a testament to how we, as a team, have grown along the way. Listening to our guests and working so closely with the community of producers that we have created across the island has been central to The Oak Room becoming a Michelin star restaurant. I couldn’t be prouder.”