Bantry Bay & The Ring Of Kerry
4 Days Away - 2023
The magical southwest corner of the Emerald Isle is a truly stunning place to escape to. Replete with charming fishing towns and villages, enchanting castles and slumbering seascapes, these verdant green hills embody the best of rural Ireland. We combine the peaceful countryside with the vibrant city of Dublin, and discover more of the country’s highlights during our charming break. Never again be lost for words after kissing the Stone of Eloquence, look out for seals on the ferry to the unique Garnish Island and absorb the breathtaking scenery of the Ring of Kerry.
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
- 1 night at the 3-star Woodford Dolmen Hotel, Carlow with dinner & breakfast
- 3 nights at the 3-star Westlodge Hotel, Bantry with dinner & breakfast
- 1 night at a selected 3-star hotel in the Dublin area with dinner
- 1 breakfast on the return ferry home
- Excursions to Blarney Castle, Killarney, Ring of Kerry, Garnish Island, Beara Peninsula & Dublin
- Ferry boat to Garnish Island
- Irish coffee-making demonstration
- Escorted by a tour manager in Ireland
Optional locally guided city tour of Dublin (£14pp)
Ring of KerryRing of Kerry
Discover the mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years – the Ring of Kerry. Forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way, the Ring of Kerry offers an incredible insight into the ancient heritage of Ireland with its Iron Age forts, historic monasteries and a landscape carved out of rock by the last Ice Age 10,000 years ago.
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.Back to top