A Free pint at Boland's
Day 6: Monday, after a full Irish breakfast we’ll check out of the Wyatt Hotel and head south to Cong (We’ll Leave the hotel about 9:00am). In Neale you will view from the coach, Ireland’s only pyramid. It was built in the eighteenth century by the first Baron of Kilmaine, John Brown! It was built to remember his dog or his brother Sir. George (there is still speculation if he built it for his dog or his brother!). (We’ll arrive in Cong about 10:00am) Cong is the village where John Wayne starred in ‘The Quiet Man’. We’ll take about a half hour and do a walking tour of Cong. (We’ll leave Cong at 11:00am) Then it’s off to Galway. With Monday's traffic we’ll arrive in Galway about 12:30pm in time for a late lunch and some sightseeing by foot. (We’ll visit Galway for about two and a half hours.) We’ll leave Galway about 3:00pm we will travel through Gort to avoid the traffic in the Burren. We’ll arrive at the ‘Cliffs of Moher’ between 4:30 and 5pm. With the proper mix of the wind and the sea, you will witness breath taking views of Mother Nature from 702 feet above the sea. Mother Nature will decide how long we stay at the cliffs! Today’s final destination is an hour away. We arrive at ‘The Bunratty Castle Hotel’. You’ll have time to check-in and freshen up before our 7:00pm Medieval Dinner and Show in Bunratty Castle!
When you see that little spot on the top of the Cliffs, you can visualize how Huge the Cliffs are!
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Option One (Land)
$2,656 Per person double occupancy, if you book your own Airfare.
Option One: Land only book your own airfare and meet the group in Ireland: $2,656. pps. Some people prefer to arrange their own flights. Either to extend their visit or to use frequent flyer miles. This option makes the tour flexible and manageable.
Option Two (Full Package including airfare)
$3,349 Full Package Per person double occupancy
Option Two: Full Package including airfare from any North East Coast Gateway City, $3,349. pp double occupancy.
$2,559 Child Option Child sharing a room with a full price fare.
Child Option: Is a Full Package including Airfare.
$759 Single Room
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Single Supplement: Just $759.00 they are limited in number. Single Supplements are on a first come first served basis. Single Supplement, means a private room, a room without a roommate. All other rooms require you to have a roommate. (book early!)
Single Supplements (single rooms) are limited in number. Single Supplements are on a first come first served basis.
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1) Lunch is not included in this package. Many people find the full Irish breakfast so filling they eat little or no lunch. Golf and Horse Back Riding is not included but can be arranged with advance notice for an additional fee.
2) Alcoholic Drinks are not included, except where noted.
3) Travel Insurance: is not included in this package. Travel Insurance is not required but highly recommended. In some cases, Travel insurance must be purchased in advance to cover a pre-existing condition. Call your independent Agent or search on line for the best price.
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Matt Molloy is the musical master of Ireland. As the flautists with the Chieftains, I think he has won more 'Grammys than any other Irishman ever! We are going to stop in his Pub and have a Pint! Matt will probably not be there, but his son will. He will let you and your children play with his grammys.
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Day 2: Thursday, you'll arrive at the Dublin Airport Thursday morning. After collecting your luggage and clearing customs we will board our 1st class coach. Our first destination is ‘Malahide Castle’. There is a coffee shop right in the visitors’ area of Malahide Castle. We will have Coffee and Breakfast at Malahide Castle. Your Tour also includes the beautiful walled garden of Malahide. After our visit we will head west to Sligo. We will check into The Sligo Park Hotel in Sligo Town. You will have time to shop and pub hop in this quaint city. Dinner tonight will be at The Sligo Park Hotel. After Dinner we’ll go around the corner to the Pub for an evening of Music and Merriment!
Day 7: Tuesday, after a full Irish breakfast you will be free to enjoy all that Bunratty offers. Across from the Bunratty Castle is 'The Buttery' a nice pub to have lunch. Next to the Buttery is an outlet for the Blarney Woolen Mills (look but don’t buy, we are there Tomorrow!) and of course entrance to the Bunratty Folk Park is included in your package. You could easily spend the day in the Park. Dinner tonight is at ‘Durty Nelly’s’ Ireland’s Most Famous Pub.
Day 10: Friday, after a full Irish Breakfast we will check out of The Blarney Hotel Golf and Spa Resort and be off to Dublin. On the way we will stop in Kilkenny and tour the Kilkenny Castle. Then we are off to Avoca. Avoca is home to the world renown Avoca Woolen Mills A.K.A. 'Avoca Handweavers' establish 1723. Some of our travelers have said Avoca is more stylish than other mills. Avoca is also where the BBC filmed Ballykissangel the popular PBS TV show about Irish life. While in Avoca you'll have time to be a patron at Fitzgerald's Pub. When we get to Dublin, We'll take a drive around the city center to see some of the important public buildings such as Trinity College, the General Post Office, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Dublin Castle. We will say goodbye to our coach and driver today. Note: It is customary to Tip the Driver. The driver’s tip is not part of your package. The recommended tip is 5 Euros per day per person. If you liked him Tip him! If you didn’t, not tipping will show your dislike! Tonight we stay in Dublin! Tonight we will meet in our Hotel lobby, We are going to attend ‘Taylor's 3 Rocks’ the best Irish Show in Ireland. See a You Tube clip of the show by clicking on the image above. Dinner will be at Taylor's 3 Rocks!
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Day 1: Wednesday, We depart for Ireland from Dulles Airport Wednesday evening. We'll fly overnight on Aer Lingus Flight 118 from Dulles to Dublin.
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Day 5: Sunday, early this afternoon after a well needed sleep-in and a Full Irish Breakfast! We are going to have free time in the award winning town of Westport. We will stop in the picturequest town of Westport to explore! You will enjoy the many quaint shops and pubs. There are specialty shops on every street and down every alley! The pubs are meeting places that have inspired poets and musicians for centuries. A visit to Matt Molloy's Bar is a must! Matt Molloy won several 'Grammy's' playing the flute with the 'The Chieftains'. We’ll travel to Croagh Patrick and view the path that thousands take on hands and knees to the top of the mountain each year. We’ll have a photo shoot at the statue of St. Patrick and at “The Great Famine National Monument” at the foot of Croagh Patrick. After being inspired, we'll leave for Achill Island. We will enjoy a driven tour of ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’ on Achill Island. We'll stop on Atlantic Drive for a photo opp. Then drive to Keem Bay. We will have Dinner on Achill Island.
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Day 11: Saturday, your tour guide will give you a free Pass for the ‘Hop on Hop off’ Tourist Bus. Dubliners refer to it as The HoHo! After a full Irish Breakfast at The Hotel, You can go to Jail! We will tour Kilmainham Gaol (Jail). You will have admission to 30 of Dublin’s most visited attractions. The pass even gets you in the Guinness Storehouse where you'll Tour Guinness and have a free pint on the top floor of the Guinness Brewery. The rest of your day is free to explore this beautiful capital city. Tonight we’ll have dinner at 'The Church Pub'.
Day 12: Sunday, after a full Irish Breakfast at The Hotel, You will have very little time for a bit of last minute shopping before heading to the airport. Our Aer Lingus flight 119 to Washington Dulles leaves Dublin at 12:30pm, you need to be checked in 2hr. before the flight. You will clear customs and immigration at the Dublin Airport. Our flight lands in Dulles at 3:35 pm. We will supply you with transportation from the hotel to Dublin Airport. This afternoon we will fly home to the land of the free and the home of the brave. We will take with us a hundred thousand memories that will last a lifetime.
The Pyramid in County Mayo
Adults $2,656 Per Person Sharing land only
$3,349 Per Person Sharing Including Airfare.
Round Trip Airfare from Dulles Airport to Ireland. (If the option is Elected)
All local taxes, hotel service charges & porterage for one suitcase per person.
Sightseeing on a Luxury Coach with a Professional Driver.
A full Irish Breakfasts Every Morning.
Dinner every evening
A driven tour of ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’.
Admission to ‘The Museum of Country Life'.
2 Nights at 'The Sligo Park Hotel' in Sligo.
Entrance to 'Belleek Pottery Factory'
A day trip to Donegal Town.
A stop at 'Yeat's Grave'.
2 Nights at the 'Wyatt Hotel in Westport.
Shopping at the 'Foxford Woolen Mills'.
A stop at 'Matt Molloy's Pub'.
2 Nights in 'Bunratty Castle Hotel'
Free time to roam about in 'Galway'
Admission to 'The Cliffs of Moher'.
Dinner at 'Durty Nelly's Pub''
Admission to ‘The Bunratty Medieval Banquet’
Admission to ‘The Rock of Cashel’.
Admission to the ‘Bunratty Castle & Folk Park’.
2 Nights in Blarney, County Cork.
Shopping at ‘Blarney Woolen Mills’.
A visit to historic ‘Kinsale’.
Admission to 'The Cobh Heritage Center'.
2 Nights in Dublin.
Shopping at 'Avoca Handweavers' establish 1723.
A stop in 'Avoca' where ‘Ballykissangel’ was filmed.
Admission to Blarney Castle to 'Kiss the Blarney Stone'.
Irish Music and Dancers at the 'Blarney Castle Hotel'.
Dinner on Achill Island
A visit to Cong, where they filmed 'The Quiet Man'.
"The Irish Show and Dinner" at The Arlington
"Taylors 3 Rocks", Dinner and Irish Show.
This Tour also Includes:
'The Dublin Hop on Hop off Tourist Bus including Admission to the 'Guinness Storehouse'.
And Transportation to Dublin Airport.
Day 9: Thursday, after a full Irish breakfast, about 10am, we will board our coach and to visit Kinsale. The battle of Kinsale was the ultimate battle in England's conquest of Gaelic Ireland, commencing in October 1601, near the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, and at the climax of the Nine Years War campaign by the O’Neill’s and O’Donnell’s and other Irish lords against English rule. In this century the bloodshed is but a distance memory. The battle of Kinsale has been replaced with a pleasant harbor view with: Shops, Bistros and Pubs. We will enjoy a stroll in Kinsale and maybe stop for a pint of Murphy’s. Then it’s back on the coach, we’re going to Cobh. The Titanic’s last stop was Cobh! A statue of Annie Moore and her two brothers stand silently on the dock. An exact replica is in the New York Harbor. The song, “Isle of Hope, Isle Of Tears” is about Annie Moore We will visit the 'The Cobh Heritage Center'. If your family emigrated from Ireland, they most likely left from Cobh. We will have dinner at “Blair’s Inn” in Blarney. Then we’ll return to The Blarney Hotel Golf and Spa Resort for an opportunity to buy your tour leader a drink in the hotel’s bar.
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Day 8 Wednesday, after a full Irish breakfast we’ll check-out of the Bunratty
Castle Hotel and be on the road by 10am. We will drive through Limerick and Tipperary on our way to Cashel! Saint Patrick crowned Brian Boru the first High King of Ireland on the Rock of Cashel. After touring this Tenth Century castle we’ll head south to Blarney. We have time to wander the Castle gardens and Kiss the Blarney Stone. Tonight our hotel is The Blarney Hotel Golf and Spa Resort. Dinner and Irish entertainment will be at a smaller family owned hotel in center city Blarney.
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Annie Moore's Statue
12 Days, Wednesday - Sunday
Day 3: Friday, after a well needed sleep-in and a Full Irish Breakfast! Our destination is, ‘Derry, UK’. While in Derry (AKA Londonderry) we will visit the ‘Bogside Inn’ view the historic murals of the ‘Bogside Artist’ and have a guided walking tour of the ‘Wall of Derry’. We’ll leave Northern Ireland and head back to Donegal Town. There will be time to ‘Pub Stop and Shop’ before dinner. One of the finest clothing stores in all of Ireland is Magee's. Magee's flagship is on the Diamond in Donegal Town. This afternoon we’ll visit Donegal Castle. We’ll tour Donegal Castle and have dinner at ‘The Olde Castle Bar and Red Hugh Restaurant’, Donegal’s leading seafood Restaurant.
Day 4: Saturday, after a Full Irish Breakfast we will check out of the City hotel. Our destination is Westport in County Mayo. On the way we will, again slip over the border into Northern Ireland to shop and tour at the, ‘Belleek Pottery Factory’. It's interesting to watch their master craftsmen produce this artwork. Belleek has a showroom where they offer their products at a discount. Back in the Republic, we’ll make a quick stop at Yeat’s Grave. We’ll enjoy a majestic view of ‘Benbulbin’ as we travel through County Sligo! Our next stop is ‘The Museum of Country Life’. The museum is a must for those of us with an interest in Irish living conditions is ‘The Museum of Country Life’. With exhibitions spread over four floors, you’ll see how the people of rural Ireland lived in the hundred years between the Great Famine and the end of the 1950s. Our final stop of the day will be at the "Foxford Woolen Mills" for a bit of shopping. Dinner tonight is at The Wyatt Hotel. The Wyatt Hotel is a wonderful hotel that controlls the town of Westport with the best location for Pub-ing and shopping!.