Gold Killarney & The Ring Of Kerry
- Duration: 7 days
- Board Basis: Half Board
- Tour Ref: D2TBAK5126
- Travel Type: Luxury Coach
This tour is a perennial favourite and it
is not difficult to see why with such an
array of scenery, historic sites and places
of interest. The lovely lakeside town of
Killarney is a natural base for exploring the
splendid landscapes of the south west corner
of Ireland, most notably the Ring of Kerry.
The town itself has plenty to keep you
occupied from fishing, walking, 'jaunting car'
rides and of course the lively social life of
Killarney's famous pubs.
Freetime in Killarney
Excursion around the Ring of Kerry
Visit to Dunbrody Emigrant Experience
Opportunity to visit Waterford Glass
4 nights stay with dinner, bed & breakfast 2 overnights with bed & breakfast Tour Link included
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 drive through South Wales toFishguard to catch the ferry to Rosslare. Fromhere we travel to Waterford area where weenjoy overnight dinner, bed and breakfast.
After breakfast you have theopportunity of visiting the Waterford GlassFactory before we make our way via Lee Valleyto Blarney with the chance to visit the Castleand kiss the Blarney Stone. We then continueon to Killarney where we enjoy the next fournights with dinner, bed and breakfast.
Enjoy a day at leisure or join us aswe travel to Tralee, home of the Rose Festivalwith an opportunity to visit the folk museum.We continue on to the Dingle Peninsula, wherethe rugged coastline and wide sandy beacheswere the natural setting for the film Ryan’sDaughter.
A day to take it easy and explorethe delights of Killarney town. Perhaps enjoy acruise on the lake or a horse-drawn “jauntingcar” ride (not included).
Today our leisurely excursion takesus around the famous Ring of Kerry, one of themost famous coastal drives in the world. Thebreathtaking mountain and coastal scenerychanges around each bend in the road andthere will be plenty of opportunity along theway for photographs, sightseeing and ofcourse to sample the local hospitality.
Farewell to Killarney as we make ourway back to Wexford calling en route to theDunbrody Emigrant Experience, centred on anauthentic reproduction of an 1840’s emigrantvessel, it provides a world class interpretationof the famine emigrant experience. We thencontinue to our final night’s stay with dinner,bed and breakfast.
An early start from Wexford as wetravel to Rosslare for the return sailing back toPembroke, arriving home early evening.
Eviston House Hotel
This hotel occupies an excellent position
in the very heart of Killarney.
All rooms have private facilities, and the
hotel itself enjoys a well deserved reputation
for a high standard of cuisine. The hotel has
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