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St Patricks Day in Ireland

St Patricks Day in Ireland

Enter 10%OFF at the checkout for your discount! Floats, vintage cars, marching bands and more will take to the streets for the annual St. Patrick's Day parade in Enniscorthy.

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Westgrove Hotel, Clane 4*

Nestled in the County Kildare village of Clane, this hotel is perfectly located to tour Irelands Ancient East. All well-appointed en-suite bedrooms equipped with TV, hairdryer and tea / coffee making facilities. There is a choice of restaurants and bars, as well as a leisure centre with swimming pool, steam room, Spa and gym.


Price includes


Door to Door Service

Air-conditioned coach travel

Return ferry crossings – Holyhead / Dublin

4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

Guided tour at Coolcarrogan House

Entrance to Castletown House

Irish Coffee demonstration and tasting

Entertainment on one evening


Day 1

An early departure as we head for Holyhead for our early afternoon ferry crossing to Dublin. We continue on to our hotel to arrive in time for dinner. We will also enjoy an Irish coffee demonstration and tasting this evening.


Day 2

After some free time this morning to explore the village of Clane, we make our way to Coolcarrigan, an attractive Georgian house built in the 1830's, originally used as a shooting lodge. Coolcarrigan is a hidden oasis on the edge of the Bog of Allen, with a fantastic 15 acre garden full of rare and unusual trees at the end of a long avenue. There is also a small church in a woodland setting, which was built in the 1880's also by Robert Mackay Wilson. It has some very interesting stained glass windows and Gaelic scripts on the walls.

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Day 3

Happy St Patricks Day! Today we make our way to Dublin to enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the city, go shopping or sightseeing and of course to join in the many St Patrick’s Day celebrations. Don’t forget to visit the Guinness Storehouse where you can learn how to pull a pint the Irish way or take an extended tour to find out about the history of this famous city with its landmarks such as, Dublin Castle, St Stephen’s Green, Trinity College and Ha’penny Bridge.

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Day 4

A leisurely morning to nurse any fuzzy heads before we make our way to Castletown House, Ireland's largest and earliest Palladian style house which was built between 1722 and 1729 for William Conolly, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons and the wealthiest commoner in Ireland. The façade was almost certainly designed by the Italian architect, Alessandro Galilei, while the Irish architect Sir Edward Lovett Pearce added the wings.

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Day 5

Another early start as we head back to Dublin for the morning ferry back to Holyhead. We continue our journey homeward and arrive back in the local area early evening.


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