Experience Magical Killarney
- Enjoy a spectacular drive around the Ring of Kerry
- Free time to discover Killarney
- Visit the beautiful Dingle Peninsula
- Call in at the Rock of Cashel
It's easy to see why Killarney is referred to as the 'Jewel of Ireland', as this welcoming town boasts majestic mountains, mystical lakes and breath-taking scenery. A small town but bursting with atmosphere and personality, there’s great shops, restaurants, pubs and friendly locals.
We’ll call in at the medieval town of Cashel in County Tipperary to see the Rock of Cashel, home to amazing Celtic art, before continuing onto Killarney.
During our holiday to Killarney, we'll stay at the Eviston House Hotel right in the heart of the town. This traditional hotel boasts a great Irish buffet breakfast and fantastic nightly entertainment in the Danny Mann Lounge.
Of course, no visit to Killarney would be complete without experiencing the spectacular Ring of Kerry, which can be found right on this town's doorstep. We’ll enjoy stunning scenery as we travel around the ring – make sure you have your camera ready!
We’ll also visit the Dingle Peninsula with dramatic views over the rugged coast and Atlantic ocean.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1: Home to North Wales
Today we travel by luxury coach to North Wales where we enjoy an overnight stay. Onboard you’ll enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and Roadshow, our onboard entertainment system. After check-in at the hotel you’ll enjoy a delicious three course evening meal. (Dinner)
Day 2: North Wales to Killarney via Cashel
This morning we’ll cross to Ireland via ferry, then call in at the medieval town of Cashel in Country Tipperary. See the Rock of Cashel, home to amazing Celtic art and medieval architecture which makes this one of the most visited sites in Ireland. We then continue on to Killarney, settling in for four nights at the Eviston House Hotel. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 3: The Ring of Kerry
Today we are in for a treat as we set off on a sensational 100 mile drive around some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes along the Atlantic Coast. Watch the scenery roll by as we journey through pretty villages, market towns and past historical sights. We will also visit the fascinating Kerry Bog Village. Our journey returns through the famed Molls Gap, stunning Ladies’ View and Killarney National Park. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 4: At leisure in Killarney
We have a free day to relax. Perhaps you’d like to follow in the footsteps of Queen Victoria and visit Muckross House, or simply admire the scenery in the Killarney National Park. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 5: The Dingle Peninsula
We head westwards to call in at Slea Head, from where we get a dramatic view out towards the rugged Blasket Islands, known as the ‘next parish to America’. We then tour the beautiful coastline used in the film Ryan’s Daughter as well as the picturesque harbour town of Dingle. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 6: Donegal to North Wales
We say farewell to Ireland and journey back via ferry, continuing into North Wales where we spend a night. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 7: North Wales to Home
Time to say goodbye today, after a delicious cooked breakfast at the hotel, you’ll check out and get back aboard your luxury coach for the journey home. (Breakfast)
Eviston House Hotel
This family-run hotel is located in the heart of Killarney and is attached to the Danny Mann pub which has nightly Irish music and singing. It also has a hot tub and sauna for you to relax in.Back to top
Full Day: Ring of Kerry including Kerry Bog Village - Included
We take a stunning 100-mile scenic drive around some of the Atlantic Coast’s most inspiring scenery. We pass through picturesque villages, taking in sites of great historical interest. Don’t miss the stunning views at Ladies View. We also visit Kerry Bog Village, giving you a fascinating insight into life in 18th-century Ireland during the famine.
En Route: Cashel - Included
We’ll enjoy an en route visit to the charming town of Cashel, which dates from medieval times. Its most famous landmark is the Rock of Cashel, upon which is a castle, reputedly the place where St Patrick converted the King of Munster to Christianity in the 5th century. At the foot of the Rock is Bru Boru, a national centre for Irish culture, with a folk theatre, celebrating native Irish music, song, dance, theatre and Celtic studies.
Full Day: Dingle Peninsula And Slea Head - Included
Known for its rugged beauty and fantastic cultural heritage, the Dingle peninsula has been recommended as a must-visit spot for nature lovers by some of the top travel guides the world over. The peninsula features green landscapes, rocky hills, sandy beaches and dramatic cliff faces. The town of Dingle itself is a hub for Irish culture and has a large Irish speaking population. We'll move onto Slea Head, which gives a dramatic view from the tip of the Dingle Peninsula, the beach here is known as one of the best in Ireland. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views across to the outlying Blasket Islands, known as ‘the next parish to America’.Back to top