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Lost rabbit teddy gets five star treatment at luxury Irish hotel before being reunited with owner

bunny 9-nSOME bunny rabbits really know how to live. 

This stuffed rabbit teddy was left behind by mistake after its owners stayed at Adare Manor in Ireland over the New Year break.

Three-year-old Kate Hogan from Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, left her beloved rabbit behind, but while they were separated the stuffed toy was given the five-star treatment at the ultra-swanky hotel and golf resort.

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Situated in Adare Village in Co. Limerick, the Neo-Gothic Manor was the home of the Dunraven family, built before 1830.

Scroll down to see picture of the rabbit’s adventure…

Rooms at the hotel start from €240 per room and go up to a soaring €1200 per suite in peak season.

Kate Hogan was happy to have her bunny back home
Kate Hogan was happy to have her bunny back home

The lost property was discovered on January 2 and the hotel posted several pictures of the rabbit living the high life to Facebook.

The bunny got the chance to lounge by the pool, have a relaxing treatment in the spa and enjoy afternoon tea before it was reunited with its family.

Check out what the rabbit got up to on its five-star break here

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Katy Harrington is Digital and Features Editor at The Irish Post. Follow her on Twitter @tweetkatyh

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One comment on “Lost rabbit teddy gets five star treatment at luxury Irish hotel before being reunited with owner”

  1. Sandra

    I need to visit my ancestors roots.

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