ReardonSmith Architects eyes fall completion of Neo-Gothic Adare Manor transformation

The expansion will add a new 42-room wing, bringing the room count to 104. The new wing will also have a ballroom for up to 350 guests.

In Limerick, Ireland, Adare Manor is slated to complete its 18-month renovation and expansion this fall.

London-based ReardonSmith Architects is helming the transformation of the historic Neo-Gothic structure. The redesign will reportedly "honor" the architectural heritage of the original design, while also installing contemporary and technological upgrades.

The hotel's finishes, furniture and woodwork will be restored, along with external stonework and windows. The expansion will see the addition of a new 42-guestroom wing, bringing the room count to 104. The new wing will also be home to a ballroom that can accommodate up to 350 guests. This structure will be outfitted with limestone as a tribute to the original Manor House; and will have a new spa, pool, relaxation area, boardroom and cinema.

The golf clubhouse will also be redesigned by David Collins Studio London, while Tom Fazio will upgrade the golf course.