Belfast,Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast 7 Day-Adair
Take in the highlights of Northern Ireland, including the spectacular rock formation of the Giant’s Causeway. Our tour also includes a guided tour of Belfast, entry to the Titanic Museum and a guided tour of the dramatic Mountains of Mourne.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel - Overnight in North wales
We’ll drive to North Wales for our overnight/n
Day 2 - North Wales - Dublin - Belfast
We leave North Wales behind and make our way to the Emerald Isle by ferry to Dublin and onwards to Northern Ireland where we arrive in vibrant Belfast and have some free time before continuing to our hotel in Ballymena./n
Day 3 - Full Day - Bushmills Distillery and Giants causeway
We’ll start the day off with a tour of the quaint whitewashed Bushmills Distillery for a fun guided tour to see how the best Irish whiskey is made before travelling on a short journey along the coast to see stunning Giant’s Causeway where around 40,000 basalt blocks tumble down from the cliffs into the deep Atlantic Ocean. We’ll finish the day at Ballintoy Harbour, this beautiful quaint fishing harbour is shielded on nearly all sides. We’ll return to the hotel where you’ll discover the authentic way to make Irish Coffee under expert tuition and then the chance to sample it yourself./n
Day 4 - Belfast and Titanic Tour
We’ll travel again to Belfast to discover the terrible icy end of the tragic Titanic on a visit to the legendary Harland and Wolff shipyard, now a remembrance museum and monument to the maritime heritage of the city. Then we’ll spend time at leisure, perhaps round off your Irish adventure and enjoy a drink in one of the many traditional pubs./n
Day 5 - Full Day - Mountains of Mourne, St Patrick Centre, Cathedral of Down to Dublin
We’ll start our guided tour at Downpatrick and the last resting place of St Patrick, St Brigid and St Colmcille at the medieval Cathedral of Down before delving into Irish myth and legend at the Saint Patrick Centre. We’ll move on to Newcastle for some shopping and a stroll along the Promenade where you can view the beautiful Mountains of Mourne sweeping down to meet the sea before continuing southwards to explore the romantic and naturally magnificent Mourne area to complete this breathtakingly scenic day. We then make our way to our overnight stop in Dublin./n
Day 6 - Dublin - Ferry - Overnight in North wales
We'll take the Stena afternoon ferry and stay overnight in North Wales./n
Day 7 - Return Travel
An historic hotel offering modern convehiences, the Adair Arms was originally built for Sir Robert Adair by Charles Lanyon, whose work can be found in many prestigious Irish buildings. The hotel’s renowned kitchen crafts tradtitional and modern dishes from the wide range of loacally produced ingredients. All guest rooms are en-suite and include TV, hairdryer, iron & board and direct dial telephone.