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· Holyhead – Dublin, return ferry
· Beautiful Glenveagh National Park
· Scenic Atlantic Coast
· Visit to Belleek Pottery
· Free Time in Sligo
· Live Entertainment on 3 Evenings
· From our overnight hotel we head through historic Co. Meath, home to the High Kings of Ireland in the 12th century and on to Enniskillen, where we take a short break. From here we continue our journey to Belleek Pottery, where we enjoy a tour of the factory. Producers of the delicate Parian china since 1857. Following this visit we continue our journey to Donegal and The Central Hotel. This evening at the hotel enjoy a welcome drink prior to dinner which is followed by an evening of traditional Irish music.
· A day at leisure to explore Donegal Town. You could explore the ruined Abbey of the Four Masters and Donegal Castle on the banks of the River Eske, indulge in some shopping or even take a scenic cruise around Donegal Bay. Tonight at the hotel there will be Bingo followed by live music.
· A full day excursion around Co. Donegal begins with a scenic drive through Glenveagh National Park, where we make a stop at the Visitor Centre. From here we continue our journey of the Atlantic Coast. Ireland’s North West contains an official Gaeltacht region with proud cultural traditions and a strong musical heritage. Local artists include Clannad, Enya, Westlife & Daniel O’Donnell. We continue to Dungloe, where we take a break, it is here that you will find the Daniel O’Donnell Visitor Centre in the middle of the Main Street (admission approx.. €5.00) that celebrates his record-breaking career. From here we return to Donegal. Tonight at the hotel there will be a Candlelit dinner followed by musical entertainment.
· We enjoy a visit to Sligo, the capital of the North West region and one of Ireland’s largest towns, with its vibrant town centre and blue flag beaches. We spend some free time here before returning to Donegal where the rest of the day is at leisure.Back to top