See the West of Ireland in all its glory including a sea-cruise under the mighty Cliffs of Moher, an ocean drive, a day trip to Galway, and the haunting landscapes of Burren.
4* Falls Hotel & Spa, Ennistymon, Co. Clare | ****
This former manor house overlooking the river provides a haven of peace and tranquillity. All of the 142 spacious en-suite bedrooms are designed with comfort in mind, and have free WIFI, flat screen televisions, direct dial telephones, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and an extensive room service menu. Rooms have wonderful views of the cascades, the river or the surrounding woodlands.
Door to Door Service
2 overnights accommodation including dinner, bed & breakfast
4 nights accommodation including dinner, bed & breakfast at the 3* Falls Hotel
Choice dinner menu
Musical entertainment at the bar on one evening
The Cliffs of Moher Cruise
Entrance to Burren Visitor Centre
Entrance to Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre
Travel by ferry from Fishguard to Rosslare and onto our overnight accommodation.D
We begin our journey through Tipperary and onto lyrical Limerick and through Bunratty, home to Ireland's oldest pub 'Durty Nellies', before arriving in Ennistymon.
A truly memorable day begins with a Cliffs of Moher Cruise, sailing beneath the sheer faces of these colossal cliffs that are home to the country's largest seabird colony and have become an iconic image for Ireland's West Coast. The afternoon is free for you to explore Ennistymon at your own pace.Br, D
First stop is the Burren Visitor Centre, where the natural history of this enchanting region is revealed. Drive through the park to discover prehistoric limestone landscapes sheltering rare species of flora and fauna. Then head over to the official Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre for breathtaking views 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. This afternoon take the wonderful ocean drive past the Aran Islands as you head around Black Head and on to Ballyvaughan Bay.Br, D
Today we head to Galway, one of Ireland's largest and most vibrant cities known as the 'City of Tribes' founded by medieval merchants. You are free to explore at your own pace here, why not explore the shops in Eyre Square, visit the historic cathedral, take a look at the fine 14th century townhouse known as Lynch's Castle or walk the medieval walls around the city. Galway offers plenty to see and do and has an outstanding reputation for great seafood and a remarkable history to discover.Br, D
Today we say goodbye to the Fall hotel and make our way Wexford. From Co. Clare it's not a long way to Tipperary and a visit to Cahir heritage town with its well-preserved castle built on a rocky island on the River Suir, we make a stop here before continuing to Waterford for time in Ireland's oldest city before a final overnight close to Wexford.Br, D
We continue our journey homeward, arriving back in the local area.Br
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