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Waterford, Kilkenny & Wexford

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TCAL19528

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Days Away

A five day adventure exploring Waterford, Wexford, New Ross, Kilmore, Kilkenny - and one of Ireland's most visited tourist attractions, The Rock of Cashel which features the most impressive cluster of medieval buildings in the country, all set on one dramatic outcrop of limestone in the beautiful Golden Vale.
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What's Included?

  • Coach travel with reserved seating
  • Four nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the Treacy’s Hotel, Waterford
  • Evening entertainment the hotel
  • Free time to explore the delights of Waterford
  • Excursion to delightful Wexford, New Ross and Kilmore
  • Excursion to enjoy Kilkenny and the popular Rock of Cashel
Sailings with Stena Line from Cairnryan to Belfast return. * Subject to change

Waterford - The oldest city in Ireland, its landmark is the oldest building in the country and a nod to its Viking past - Reginald’s Tower. It's pretty here, and although known for its history, it's a contemporary and lively place!

Wexford - In Ireland’s ‘Ancient East’ (an area named for its large number of historic attractions) the coastal town sits at the mouth of the River Slaney – and has a pretty array of colourful buildings dotted around the harbour and water’s edge.

Kilmore - A quaint village in the beautiful County of Wexford, on the South East coast of Ireland - it's got all the essentials: a chemist, a post office, a grocery store/newsagent - and two pubs!

Kilkenny - One of Ireland’s most cosmopolitan cities, here you'll find extensive eateries, attractions and events. But it’s also situated at the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East and is the country’s best-preserved Medieval city.

The Rock of Cashel - One of Ireland's most visited tourist attractions, the unique rock looms over the Golden Vale at the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East – and features the most impressive cluster of medieval buildings in the country.

Waterford City


A Viking city
The oldest city in Ireland, Vikings created Waterford City in County Waterford due to its sheltered bay and strategic location on the Suir River. The city’s landmark is a nod to its Viking past – and sits at the heart of what's known as The Viking Triangle: Reginald’s Tower. The oldest building in Ireland has been in continuous use for over 800 years.

The perfect mix of old and new, city and country
Found at the head of Waterford Harbour, the city is very pretty – and although it's known for its history, it's actually a contemporary city with a lively restaurant, bar, independent shopping and festival scene.

If you have time, the Waterford Greenway (Ireland’s longest greenway) is one of the highlights of Waterford City, a beautiful way to see the area safely on foot or on two wheels – and with the whole family. Seek out the city’s speciality, the Waterford Blaa - a soft white bread roll which is traditionally filled with hot bacon or served with local butter.

Wexford Town

A harbour town with an opera house
Tucked away in Ireland’s ‘Ancient East’, an area named for its large number of historic attractions - the county town of County Wexford, Ireland, sits at the mouth of the River Slaney. Wexford is a coastal town with a concoction of colourful buildings dotted around the harbour and water’s edge.

Only 1.5 hours from the country’s capital Dublin, the town is well-equipped with the usual: restaurants, pubs, shops and attractions, the main one being the world-class National Opera House. Ireland’s first custom-built, multi-purpose opera house is a landmark building in the town – and is home to Europe’s most successful opera festival. 

The Viking Triangle
Travel around the Viking Triangle of counties Waterford, Wexford and Kilkenny in the South East of Ireland’s Ancient East, and you’ll see the legacy of the Vikings everywhere, from place names to the treasures they left behind.

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Treacys Waterford Treacys Waterford

Within walking distance of Ireland’s oldest city centre
Situated right on the banks of the River Suir, Treacys Hotel in Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland has pretty river views - and a great location. It is within walking distance of Ireland’s oldest city centre, with a bus stop one minute down the road and a train station over the other side of the river. Parking is free for hotel guests.

A must-visit city
The only Irish city to retain its Viking name, Waterford is a must-visit city in South-East Ireland. Founded by Vikings in 914 AD, it's home to many exciting historical attractions because of its Viking or crystal manufacturing past - as well as shops, restaurants and the usual city break best.

An elegant hotel with everything
The elegant and traditionally styled hotel not only looks good but it’s got everything in-room for a comfortable stay - as well as its own classic Irish pub (Timbertoes Bar) with live entertainment and home-cooked food, an on-site restaurant (Crokers) and its own leisure centre (Spirit Leisure Centre) with heated pool and gym with exercise classes.

Hotel features:
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Lift to all floors
  • Small lounge area
  • Pool table
  • Timbertoes Bar - classic Irish pub, homecooked food served from midday, TV, opens 10:30am until midnight
  • Crokers Restaurant - waitress service 
  • All public areas are accessible, and a limited number of accessible rooms are available
  • Live entertainment in Timbertoes Bar
  • Spirit Leisure Centre - heated swimming pool and gym
  • In the room: En suite facilities, plasma TV, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, alarm clock
  • Free parking
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