A Taste Of Ireland Inclusive Spectacular
5 Days Away
Join us for five days away to experience the charm of Ireland. With great hospitality at our welcoming hotel and an inclusive itinerary to discover the beauty of the Emerald Isle this promises to be a spectacular adventure!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel and ferry crossings
- 4 nights at the 3-star Treacys Hotel, Enniscorthy, also including:
- Dinner & breakfast (including a traditional Irish food buffet on one evening)
- Free bar (6pm-9pm) on 3 evenings on local spirits, wine, beer & soft drinks
- Cooking, Guinness pulling & Baileys coffee demonstrations
- Live entertainment every evening
- Free excursion to Wexford
- Free excursion to Dublin
- Free excursion to Kilkenny
- Included visit to Avoca (Ballykissangel)
Optional guided city tour of Dublin (£14pp)
Ireland really is the land of discovery with its rugged coastline and beautiful countryside. What better way to see some of the best scenery in Europe, than onboard a coach tour to the Emerald Isle.
It’s easy to see why Killarney is often referred to as the ‘Jewel of Ireland’ with its delightful blend of mountains, shimmering lakes and waterfalls while the lush pastures of the Wicklow Mountains are a true sight to behold.
The county town of Wexford sits at the mouth of the picturesque River Slaney and is home to plenty of historic delights. The well-preserved West Gate Tower is the only remaining ancient gateway to the town and the beautiful ruined Selskar Abbey stands on the site where the first Anglo-Irish peace treaty was signed. Wander through the narrow streets, enjoy true Irish hospitality in the many bars and restaurants, or sit back and revel in the relaxed atmosphere of this delightful town.
The fair city of Dublin is a beautiful medieval city, with a long and colourful past - its museums, art galleries and wonderful architecture, all chronicling its fascinating history.
Tracing its origins back to a small Viking settlement, it has much history to offer its visitors. See the Book of Kells, written around 800AD, one of the most beautifully illustrated manuscripts in the world or visit the many castles in the area.
Enjoy the delights of Kilkenny, Ireland’s best-preserved medieval city. Tasteful shops and restaurants are integrated in time-hallowed streets and a tangible sense of olde-Ireland is maintained here. Discover the famous Medieval Mile, which captures 800 years of history with its award-winning museum, impressive castle, delightful Rothe Gardens and St Canice’s round tower, one of three climbable towers in Ireland. History and cosmopolitanism are uniquely blended in Kilkenny, with the tourist office housed in a Tudor building dating back to 1582, and the Famine Memorial located within the grounds of the MacDonagh Junction Shopping Centre.Back to top