Gold Grand Tour Of Ireland
11 nights stay with dinner, bed & breakfast
Home Link included
Fabulous sightseeing on the North, West and South coasts
Visit to Belleek China Factory Step into the world of Belleek
Pottery where you enter one of Northern Ireland's oldest and
most fascinating attractions
Giant's Causeway For centuries the Giant's Causeway has inspired
artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We depart for the north of Englandand cross over the border into Scotland for ourovernight in Dumfries with dinner, bed andbreakfast
Continuing to the west coast ofGalloway we take the short ferry crossing fromCairnryan to Larne. Our first stop in Ireland is theGiants Causeway. This volcanic outcrop ofperfectly formed ‘stepping stones’ is surroundedby Gaelic legend. We continue to Donegal wherewe spend the next four nights with dinner, bedand breakfast
A day of breathtaking scenery aswe travel around Donegal Bay to the fishing portof Killybegs for a short stop. We then carry on toGleann Cholm Cille where you have theopportunity of visiting the folk village (entryextra) and souvenir shop We then continue toAdara in the wide valley of the OwentocherRiver. The ancient skills of hand embroidery andhomespun tweed are still alive
Enjoy a free day to explore Donegal.
A free morning to relax in Donegal. In the afternoon we have a short tour to the resort ofBundoran and a visit to the Beleek ChinaFactory
Today we make our way south toCounty Sligo and Knock - Irelands Marian shrine.We journey to Lisdoonvarna for an overnightstay with dinner, bed and breakfast.
We depart after breakfast and make ourway to visit the stunning Cliffs of Moher beforewe cross the Shannon Estuary by ferry into Kerryand on to Tralee where we spend the next fournights stay with dinner, bed and breakfast atThe Rose Hotel.
Today we travel to Tralee, home of theRose Festival, with an opportunity to visit thefolk museum (entry extra). We then continue onto the Dingle Peninsula, where the ruggedcoastline and wide sandy beaches were thenatural setting for the film Ryan’s daughter.
A free day to enjoy Killarney perhapstaking a stroll to the lakes or a ride in the famous“jaunting cars” (not included).
No tour of Ireland would becomplete without a scenic drive around the Ringof Kerry with its majestic coastal and mountainviews.
We make our way to Blarney, justoutside Cork, with its famous castle and BlarneyStone. We then travel to Wexford for ourovernight stay with dinner, bed and breakfast.
An early start for Rosslare where wecatch the morning ferry and journey homeward
As this is a touring holiday, we use a number of hotels along the route.
Many of them feature in other Irish tours and are described elsewhere
in this section. All are of a high standard and provide bedrooms with
en suite facilities and include dinner, bed and breakfast.Back to top