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Taste of Traditional Ireland

 

Ireland in spring
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Traditional music and Irish coffee demonstration in Tralee
    • Enjoy the coastal scenery at Mizen Head
    • Visit historical Bunratty Castle and Folk Park
    • Visit the Guinness Storehouse
    • Journey through beautiful Killarney National Park
    • See the magnificent Cliffs of Moher

    This wonderful holiday will give you a taste of some traditional elements for which the Emerald Isle is renowned. Enjoy the ‘craic’ with Irish entertainment, Irish coffee as well as experiencing city, countryside, coast and heritage attractions.

    Great for:

    • Great for - Beach
    • Great for - Food & Drink
    • Great for - Scenery


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  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel

    • Lahinch Golf & Leisure
    • Lahinch Golf & Leisure

    Located by the beach, this 4-star luxury hotel offers excellent leisure facilities including a swimming pool, gym, sauna, spa bath, and a steam room. You'll find a choice of dining options in the hotel, such as the cosy Aberdeen Bar, with it's lovely fireplace, Dunes Restaurant which serves home-cooked meals and full Irish breakfasts and The Emperor Restaurant which serves Chinese and Asian cuisine.

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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Bunratty Castle, Shannon
    En Route: Adare and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
    Adare is a historical village in County Limerick, and is considered one of Ireland’s prettiest villages. At Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, you’ll find an impressive 15th-century tower house and a wonderful ‘living museum’, seeing Ireland as it used to be.
     
    Cliffs of Moher
    En Route: Cliffs of Moher
    We call at the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher, standing at 214 metres tall at their highest, stretching for five miles along the Atlantic Coast. It’s easy to see why the Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most-visited natural attraction; the views are truly breath-taking.
    Killarney
    En Route: Killarney, via Killarney National Park
    Travelling through Killarney National Park, we’ll see rugged mountain scenery, and, if we’re lucky, we’ll get a glimpse of the majestic red deer. We then visit the town of Killarney, which is home to St Mary’s Cathedral. 
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    Free time in Tralee
    Enjoy time to explore the charming town of Tralee, home to historical and cultural attractions. There are plenty of sights to take, such as the local museum - or, why not go shopping in the town centre to pick up some souvenirs of our time here?
    Mizen Head
    Full Day: Mizen Head including entrance to the Signal Station Visitor Centre
    We head to Ireland’s most south-westerly point to visit the fascinating Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre, where we discover the role it played in communications history.
    Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
    Visit to the Guinness Storehouse
    We enjoy a visit to the fabulous Guinness Storehouse, set over seven floors, where we discover the history of the ‘black stuff’ from the brewing process to the legendary advertising, culminating in a tipple in the panoramic Gravity bar.
    Bunratty Castle, Shannon
    En Route: Adare and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
    Adare is a historical village in County Limerick, and is considered one of Ireland’s prettiest villages. At Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, you’ll find an impressive 15th-century tower house and a wonderful ‘living museum’, seeing Ireland as it used to be.
     
    Cliffs of Moher
    En Route: Cliffs of Moher
    We call at the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher, standing at 214 metres tall at their highest, stretching for five miles along the Atlantic Coast. It’s easy to see why the Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most-visited natural attraction; the views are truly breath-taking.
    Killarney
    En Route: Killarney, via Killarney National Park
    Travelling through Killarney National Park, we’ll see rugged mountain scenery, and, if we’re lucky, we’ll get a glimpse of the majestic red deer. We then visit the town of Killarney, which is home to St Mary’s Cathedral. 
    Excursion Placeholder
    Free time in Tralee
    Enjoy time to explore the charming town of Tralee, home to historical and cultural attractions. There are plenty of sights to take, such as the local museum - or, why not go shopping in the town centre to pick up some souvenirs of our time here?
    Mizen Head
    Full Day: Mizen Head including entrance to the Signal Station Visitor Centre
    We head to Ireland’s most south-westerly point to visit the fascinating Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre, where we discover the role it played in communications history.
    Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
    Visit to the Guinness Storehouse
    We enjoy a visit to the fabulous Guinness Storehouse, set over seven floors, where we discover the history of the ‘black stuff’ from the brewing process to the legendary advertising, culminating in a tipple in the panoramic Gravity bar.
    Bunratty Castle, Shannon
    En Route: Adare and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
    Adare is a historical village in County Limerick, and is considered one of Ireland’s prettiest villages. At Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, you’ll find an impressive 15th-century tower house and a wonderful ‘living museum’, seeing Ireland as it used to be.
     
    Cliffs of Moher
    En Route: Cliffs of Moher
    We call at the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher, standing at 214 metres tall at their highest, stretching for five miles along the Atlantic Coast. It’s easy to see why the Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most-visited natural attraction; the views are truly breath-taking.
    Killarney
    En Route: Killarney, via Killarney National Park
    Travelling through Killarney National Park, we’ll see rugged mountain scenery, and, if we’re lucky, we’ll get a glimpse of the majestic red deer. We then visit the town of Killarney, which is home to St Mary’s Cathedral. 
    Excursion Placeholder
    Free time in Tralee
    Enjoy time to explore the charming town of Tralee, home to historical and cultural attractions. There are plenty of sights to take, such as the local museum - or, why not go shopping in the town centre to pick up some souvenirs of our time here?
    Mizen Head
    Full Day: Mizen Head including entrance to the Signal Station Visitor Centre
    We head to Ireland’s most south-westerly point to visit the fascinating Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre, where we discover the role it played in communications history.
    Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
    Visit to the Guinness Storehouse
    We enjoy a visit to the fabulous Guinness Storehouse, set over seven floors, where we discover the history of the ‘black stuff’ from the brewing process to the legendary advertising, culminating in a tipple in the panoramic Gravity bar.
    Bunratty Castle, Shannon
    En Route: Adare and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
    Adare is a historical village in County Limerick, and is considered one of Ireland’s prettiest villages. At Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, you’ll find an impressive 15th-century tower house and a wonderful ‘living museum’, seeing Ireland as it used to be.
     
    Cliffs of Moher
    En Route: Cliffs of Moher
    We call at the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher, standing at 214 metres tall at their highest, stretching for five miles along the Atlantic Coast. It’s easy to see why the Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most-visited natural attraction; the views are truly breath-taking.
    Killarney
    En Route: Killarney, via Killarney National Park
    Travelling through Killarney National Park, we’ll see rugged mountain scenery, and, if we’re lucky, we’ll get a glimpse of the majestic red deer. We then visit the town of Killarney, which is home to St Mary’s Cathedral. 
    Excursion Placeholder
    Free time in Tralee
    Enjoy time to explore the charming town of Tralee, home to historical and cultural attractions. There are plenty of sights to take, such as the local museum - or, why not go shopping in the town centre to pick up some souvenirs of our time here?
    Mizen Head
    Full Day: Mizen Head including entrance to the Signal Station Visitor Centre
    We head to Ireland’s most south-westerly point to visit the fascinating Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre, where we discover the role it played in communications history.
    Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
    Visit to the Guinness Storehouse
    We enjoy a visit to the fabulous Guinness Storehouse, set over seven floors, where we discover the history of the ‘black stuff’ from the brewing process to the legendary advertising, culminating in a tipple in the panoramic Gravity bar.

 


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What's included

  • Choice of coach travel or flights and transfers
  • Seven nights half-board accommodation
  • Touring itinerary with excursions by coach
  • Two included drinks at the BBQ on night two
Lahinch Golf & Leisure

Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel

Located by the beach, this 4-star luxury hotel offers excellent leisure facilities including a swimming pool, gym, sauna, spa bath, and a steam room. You'll find a choice of dining options in the hotel, such as the cosy Aberdeen Bar, with it's lovely fireplace, Dunes Restaurant which serves home-cooked meals and full Irish breakfasts and The Emperor Restaurant which serves Chinese and Asian cuisine.

Learn more about the hotel

Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel

  • Lahinch Golf & Leisure
  • Lahinch Golf & Leisure

Located by the beach, this 4-star luxury hotel offers excellent leisure facilities including a swimming pool, gym, sauna, spa bath, and a steam room. You'll find a choice of dining options in the hotel, such as the cosy Aberdeen Bar, with it's lovely fireplace, Dunes Restaurant which serves home-cooked meals and full Irish breakfasts and The Emperor Restaurant which serves Chinese and Asian cuisine.

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