The Roses visit Adare Manor

This morning, Adare Manor welcomed the thirty-two lovely ladies that are contending for the title ‘The Rose of Tralee’. Since 1959, The Rose of Tralee International Festival has attracted thousands of viewers and competitors each year. Every summer, the festival brings young women of Irish decent from around the world to County Kerry, for a celebration of Irish culture. This summer, the festival is celebrating it’s 54th anniversary, and we were thrilled to welcome the ladies to Adare Manor.

The contestants enjoyed falconry displays in the formal gardens and historical tours of the Manor house. The bright and sunny weather made for a picture perfect morning!

Staff and guests alike thoroughly enjoyed the Roses’ visit, it was a great chance to gain more insight on such a treasured and historic festival. It was a fantastic morning and a great chance to meet these wonderful ladies.

Find out more about the Rose of Tralee Festival

 

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