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Experience

Discovering County Clare

 

Athlone
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Discover the unique landscape of The Burren
    • See the majestic Cliffs of Moher
    • Visit Ailwee Caves – one of the oldest in Ireland
    • Explore Craggaunowen, the Living Past Experience

    County Clare is home to some of the most spectacular and rugged coastlines in Ireland. On this new holiday based in Ennis, we’ll discover the lunar landscape of The Burren, as well as visiting Ailwee Caves and the dramatic Cliffs of Moher.

    Great for:

    • Great for - Entertainment
    • Great for - Facilities
    • Great for - History
    • Great for - Nature
    • Great for - Scenery


    Cliffs of Moher

    7 days from only

    £500pp

  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    West County Hotel

    • West County Hotel
    • West County Hotel

    The family owned and operated West County Hotel is located in Ennis, gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal base to explore County Clare.

     

      • Spacious, light filled rooms

      • Skillet Pot Restaurant

      • Boru’s Bar

      • Cafe West

      • Official three-star rating

  • Gallery
  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Limerick castle
    Full Day: Craggauwowen, Limerick and King John’s Castle
    Today we’ll first visit Craggaunwowen – the Living Past Experience, Ireland’s original award-wining pre-historic park. Here we can explore the roots of the homesteads of the Celtic ancestors of over 1000 years ago, which have shaped the country as it is today. From here we then make our way to the medieval city of Limerick where we will have free time to explore as well as visiting King John’s Castle.
    Athlone
    Full Day: The Burren and Ailwee Caves
    Today we first discover The Burren, a unique karst landscape that incorporates fossils, rock formations and glacial-era limestone. From here we make our way to Ailwee Caves, one of the oldest caves in Ireland. Our guided tour takes us on a stroll through the beautiful caverns and we’ll marvel at the rock formations and frozen waterfalls. Finally we visit the dramatic Cliffs of Moher, standing 214 metres at their highest point.
    Limerick castle
    Full Day: Craggauwowen, Limerick and King John’s Castle
    Today we’ll first visit Craggaunwowen – the Living Past Experience, Ireland’s original award-wining pre-historic park. Here we can explore the roots of the homesteads of the Celtic ancestors of over 1000 years ago, which have shaped the country as it is today. From here we then make our way to the medieval city of Limerick where we will have free time to explore as well as visiting King John’s Castle.
    Athlone
    Full Day: The Burren and Ailwee Caves
    Today we first discover The Burren, a unique karst landscape that incorporates fossils, rock formations and glacial-era limestone. From here we make our way to Ailwee Caves, one of the oldest caves in Ireland. Our guided tour takes us on a stroll through the beautiful caverns and we’ll marvel at the rock formations and frozen waterfalls. Finally we visit the dramatic Cliffs of Moher, standing 214 metres at their highest point.
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What's included

  • Return coach
  • Six nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast, six evening meals
  • Porterage
  • Two included excursions
  • Live entertainment
West County Hotel

West County Hotel

The family owned and operated West County Hotel is located in Ennis, gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal base to explore County Clare.

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West County Hotel

  • West County Hotel
  • West County Hotel

The family owned and operated West County Hotel is located in Ennis, gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal base to explore County Clare.

 

    • Spacious, light filled rooms

    • Skillet Pot Restaurant

    • Boru’s Bar

    • Cafe West

    • Official three-star rating

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