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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Wild Atlantic Way, Giants Causeway & Belfast

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TDAV3424

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

You'll need both Euro's & Pounds on this spectacular Twin Centre Holiday to the Northern Coast of Ireland. We'll see the Spectacular Giants Causeway and explore the lesser known Inishowen Peninsula which takes us right to the most Northern tip of Ireland. Our holiday also heads to mighty Belfast to enjoy a guided tour PLUS a visit to fabulous Titanic Belfast. A Holiday not to be missed

What's included

· 3 Nights 3* Inishowen Gateway Hotel

· 2 Nights 4* Dunadry Hotel & Gardens

· Dinner, bed & breakfast throughout

· Excursion exploring the Inishowen Peninsula Wild Atlantic Way including a visit to the Doagh Famine Village

· Excursion & Entrance to the Giants Causeway

· Entrance & Tour at Glenarm Castle & Gardens

· Morning Tour of Belfast & Afternoon Entrance to Titanic Belfast

· Home Pick Ups

PRICE FROM ? £699 per person
Plan My Trip

Day One
An early start as we travel to Cairnryan for our ferry to Belfast, we then continue through Northern Ireland crossing the border into Southern Ireland (although we're on the Northern Coast) Arriving at the Inishowen Gateway Hotel in time to settle in for dinner.

Day Two
Today is all about scenery, as we take a scenic drive around the Inishowen Peninsula. Dubbed ‘Inishowen 100’ it marks the start of the mighty Wild Atlantic Way and is Ireland’s largest peninsula, flanked by Lough Foyle on the east and Lough Swilly on the west. We take in the spectacular views as we pass magnificent beaches, charming Irish villages and enjoy a stop at the most northernly point, Mallin head. In the afternoon we visit the Doagh Famine Village for a guided tour during which we hear the story of Irish life from the Great Famine of the 1840’s through until the present day.

Day Three
More spectacular scenery beckons today as we take the scenic drive along the mighty Causeway coastal road en route to the extraordinary Giant’s Causeway. Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean on one side and a landscape of dramatic cliffs on the other, we can marvel at the wonder of nature, before visiting the award-winning Visitor Centre. We return to the hotel with a visit to fabulous walled city of Derry

Day Four
Moving on today and as we travel to our fabulous hotel onthe outskirts of Belfast - the Dundary Hotel & Gardens we'll make a visit to one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most beautiful estates, Glenarm Castle. we'll enjoy a guided tour of the Caste along with a self guided visit to the Walled garden, woodland walk, coach houes museum & heritage centre

Day Five
We head into Belfast this morning and enjoy a guided City tour followed by a visit to the fabulous Titanic Belfast - this amazing world leading visitor attraction telling the story of the ill-fated ship from her creation in the 1900's in Belfast to her demise.

Day Six
Returning home today we catch our ferry from Belfast back to Cairnryan and then back to the North West

Other Information

Inishowen Gateway Hotel * * *

Situated on the Inishowen Peninsula, the Inishowen Gateway Hotel has a spectacular location whilst still keeping it's traditional family owned feel. The ensuite bedrooms are decorated in a tasteful modern style, inspired by the rustic shades of the gold's, red's and green's that are picked out from the natural tones and textures of the surrounding landscape across the Swilly, amenities include tea/coffee making facilities, TV & iron. Enjoy spectacular views and delicious food from the Peninsular restaurant and a tipple or two in the Loughview bar. Leisure Facilities include pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room.

Dunadry Hotel & Gardens * * *

Nestled on the banks of the flowing Six Mile River at the heart of County Antrim, anywhere in Northern Ireland is easily accessible fromthe Dunadry. If the walls within this iconic venue could speak, they would tell many stories of times gone by, dating back to the 1600's when it housed the High Kings of Ireland, to its days as a Paper Mill and a Linen Mill before it took form as a hotel. Complimented now by its modern and contemporary décor, but you can still see many traditional features on show. You'll find award winning gardens, and AA Rosette Restaurant and Health and fitness club with indoor heated pool and thermal areas. Rooms at Dunadry Hotel and Gardens were designed to ensure the utmost comfort for all guests. Stylishly designed and furnished the Classic Rooms offer a spacious and relaxing stay, with natural daylight flooding through the beautiful French style windows.

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