10 Day Ireland Tour

Including the Blarney Castle, Cobh Titanic Trail and the Doolin Caves

Priced FROM £669/person based on 2 sharing a car on a Return ferry crossing from Holyhead to Dublin and 9 nights accommodation in 3☆ Hotels on a bed & breakfast basis.

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BOOKING & PRICING
We can tailor tours to suit you or your clients needs. We can also provide car hire, motorcycle hire and campervan hire (Campsites available on request). For us to provide a price please complete the Booking Form below. 


DAY 1: DUBLIN

BUS TOUR The perfect way to see the city's sites and attractions

GUINNESS STOREHOUSE Discover the home of the Blackstuff and learn to pull a pint

TRINITY COLLEGE Ireland's first college and home to the Book of Kells

DUBLIN CASTLE Containing two museums and the Chester Beatty Library

JAMESON DISTILLERY Learn about the story of the world renowned whiskey

 

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DAY 2: DUBLIN - KILKENNY

POWERSCOURT HOUSE & GARDENS 18th Century Palladian House and formal gardens

WICKLOW MOUNTAINS Spectacular views of the mountains and Loughs Tay and Dan

KILKENNY CASTLE 12th Century Castle overlooking the river Nore

SMITHWICKS BREWERY 300 year old brewery

KILFANE GLEN AND WATERFALLS Perfectly preserved 'Romantic era' garden dating back to the 1790's

DUNMORE CAVES Made up of a number of chambers formed millions of years ago

KILKENNY TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC TRAIL Experience a journey of music, stories, history, culture and fun

 

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DAY 3: KILKENNY - CORK

HOUSE OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL Discover how the world famous Crystal is made

REGINALD'S TOWER Circular Tower dating back to the 13th century housing an exhibition of its history

BISHOPS PALACE Covering the history of Waterford from 1700 to 1970 it is also home to the oldest piece of Waterford Crystal in the world

LISMORE CASTLE Has a long and illustrious past with links to the Earls of Cork and the Dukes of Devonshire

 

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DAY 4: CORK

BLARNEY CASTLE Built nearly 600 years ago and home to the famous Blarney Stone

CORK CITY GAOL 19th Century jail where visitors get an insight into prisoners day-to-day life

FOTA WILDLIFE PARK One of Europe's most modern wildlife parks

MIDLETON DISTILLERY Beautifully restored industrial distillery

COBH TITANIC TRAIL The last port of call for the RMS Titanic

 

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DAY 5: RING OF KERRY

KILLARNEY NATIONAL PARK Home to Ireland's highest mountain and world famous lakes of Killarney

MOCKROSS HOUSE One of Ireland's most popular visitor attractions

KATE KEARNEY'S COTTAGE 150 year old family run pub

KILLARNEY PUB CRAWL Tour by a couple of local musicians to two of Killarney's most famous pubs

 

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DAY 6: DINGLE PENINSULA

SIAMSA TIRE Ireland's National Folk Theatre with diverse shows drawing on Irish History, Culture, Music and Song

DUNBEG FORT One of the most dramatic archaeological sites on the Dingle peninsula

FAHAN BEEHIVE HUTS A complex of five huts in the shape of beehives

SLEA HEAD FAMINE COTTAGES Step back in time in one of Ireland's authentic famine villages

 

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DAY 7: DINGLE - GALWAY

ADARE CASTLE & HERITAGE CENTRE A fine example of a medieval fortified Castle set in the rich farmlands of the Golden Vale

DUNRATTY CASTLE & FOLK PARK Includes 3 great experiences - Bunratty Castle, Bunratty Folk Park and Village Street

BURREN CENTRE Discover one of Ireland's unspoilt corners with Lunar Landscapes, Dolmens, Burial Chambers and Stone Forts

CLIFFS OF MOHER Ranging over 8 kilometres and up to 214 metres high this is one of Ireland's top attractions

DOOLIN CAVES One of Europe's most compelling cave attractions

 

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DAY 8: GALWAY CITY

GALWAY IRISH CRYSTAL HERITAGE CENTRE Visitors can witness the creation of unique pieces of crystal by master craftsmen

GALWAY CITY MUSEUM Folk museum with a great number of artefacts relating to the fishing industry

GALWAY CATHEDRAL The most recently built of Europe's great stone cathedrals

 

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DAY 9: GALWAY - WESTPORT

CLIFDEN Nestled amidst breath-taking mountain scenery and beautiful rugged coastline

KYLEMORE ABBEY Known as Ireland's most romantic castle

CONNEMARA NATIONAL PARK A captivating area covering nearly 3000 hectares of Mountains, Heaths and Woodlands

ASHFORD CASTLE Ireland's grandest castle hotel dating back to the 13th century

WESTPORT HOUSE AND GARDENS Built in 1730 this is one of Ireland's most beautiful historic homes

CROAGH PATRICK An important pilgrimage site where St Patrick is said to have fasted for 40 days

KNOCK SHRINE Shrine to location where Our Lady, St Joseph and St John are said to have appeared in 1879

 

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DAY 10: WESTPORT - DUBLIN

NEWGRANGE A megalithic passage grave of astrological, spiritual, religious and ceremonial importance

 

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