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Galway & Cliffs Of Moher 7 Days - West County Htl

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 7 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TALF885

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

The capital of County Clare is a picturesque and historic market town, taking it’s name from the Irish name for island. The town dates back to the 11th Century and was formed between two streams on the river Fergus. Ennis and County Clare are world famous as the home of traditional Irish music, with festivals and trad sessions held throughout the year. Clare is home to the mighty Shannon river, at 224 miles the longest river in Ireland. The county's charming villages, atmospheric pubs, traditional Irish music and laid-back locals are just a few of the reasons why visitors return again and again.

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Itinerary
Day 1 - Outward Travel – to Overnight stay in Dublin Area
We depart and make our way to Holyhead for our sailing to Dublin. On arrival we make our way to our overnight stay in the Dublin Area./n

Day 2 - Outward Travel - via Rock of Cashel and to Ennis
We depart after breakfast and make our way across Ireland making a stop at the Rock of Cashel en route. Set on a dramatic outcrop of limestone, the Rock of Cashel is the most impressive cluster of medieval villages to be found in Ireland. Amongst the monuments there is a round tower, high cross and a Romanesque chapel. Later in the day we continue to Ennis./n

Day 3 - Full Day Cliffs of Moher & The Burren
A scenic spectacular awaits today as we enjoy a trip to the Cliffs of Moher. These toweriing, sheer cliff edges provide the most dramatic seascape views and we'll call at the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre to learn more about the geology and history of this most impressive area. We'll then continue into the Burren - a remarkable, almost moon-like landscape where grey rocks are etched with crevices and cracks and breath-taking rock formations as we make our way to the Burren Visitor Centre. /n

Day 4 - Full Day Bunratty Castle & Folk Park and Adare
The pretty village of Adare is where we head today with free time to enjoy the tranquility and admire the beautiful thatched cottages, historic buildings and quaint shops. We then continue to Bunratty Castle & Folk Park. The most complete and authentic castle attraction in Ireland, the castle stands on a Viking trading camp that dates to 970 and the Folk Park features 30 buildings creating a 'living' village of life in rural Ireland - recreated and furnished to appear according to social standings./n

Day 5 - Full Day Galway & Connemara Crystal
The brightly coloured buildings of Galway City never fail to impress. The ‘city of tribes’ is rich in medieval history and Galway has a thriving city centre with wonderful cobbled streets and plenty of traditional, welcoming pubs to enjoy. Later in the day we call at Connemara Crystal, one of the few remaining crystal factories in Ireland, where we can see the skilled craftsmen at work creating the traditional Claddagh, Shamrock and Celtic Knot designs that are known the world over./n

Day 6 - En route Dublin to Overnight stay in Dublin Area
We depart and retrace our tracks across Ireland to arrive in the lively capital city of Dublin. Here there will be some free time to explore – take in the sights such as the Ha’Penny Bridge, Trinity College and the Molly Malone statue, hit the shops on Grafton Street or head into one of the many colourful pubs of the Temple Bar district – the choice is yours! Later in the day we’ll continue to our overnight hotel in the Dublin Area./n

Day 7 - Return travel – Dublin-Holyhead with breakfast on board
Our adventure in Ireland has sadly come to an end and we depart early this morning making our way to the port for our return sailing to Holyhead and have breakfast on board./n

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The Plaza Hotel
The family owned Treacy's West County Conference & Leisure Hotel is one of the most renowned hotels in the Shannon Region, offering friendly service, comfortable surroundings and delicious meals. Ennis is Ireland's Largest Tidy Town and gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way. The hotel’s Leisure Club comprises three pools, sauna, steam room and gym.

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