4* Killarney Towers Hotel, Killarney
Occupying a prime position in the centre of Killarney, this hotel has a reputation for fine cuisine and high standards of comfort and service. All en-suite bedrooms are serviced by a lift and have a TV, radio, telephone, hairdryer and tea/coffee facilities. The hotel also has a large indoor pool, steam room and sauna. ODonoghues Pub and Scruffys Bar are part of the hotel and have nightly Irish entertainment.
Lift Bar with nightly Irish entertainment Indoor pool Steam room Sauna En-suite bedrooms TV Radio Phone Hairdryer Tea/coffee facilities
Return ferry crossing
2 overnight hotel stays including dinner, bed and breakfast
4 nights dinner, bed & Irish breakfast
Choice of menu
Tea/coffee after dinner
Entrances to The Queenstown Story
Killarney Jaunting Car & Lake Cruise
Guided tour of the Dingle Peninsula
Guided tour of the Ring of Kerry
Visit to the Old Jameson Midleton Distillery
Tour of Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre
Catch the ferry to Rosslare for an overnight stay in Waterford.
Queenstown Story & Blarney
Drive via Youghal to Cobh to visit the Queenstown Story, where you can learn about the emigration from Cobh in the famine period of 1845, up to the era of the great Liners in the 1950s. We continue to Blarney where you can visit the castle or the woollen mills (entrance not included).
Enjoy a full day at leisure in Killarney, set in the Irish Lake District and internationally renowned for its scenic beauty. The most popular way to learn about the town and its lakes is to take a jaunting horse-drawn car ride through the Killarney National Park and along the edge of Lough Leane to Ross Castle. From here we catch the 'Lily of Killarney' to cruise across the lake, a memorable way to view the surrounding mountains.
We spend today with our guide exploring the Dingle Peninsula made famous by 'Ryan's Daughter'. We make a stop in Tralee before continuing to Dingle, a fishing village whose most famous resident is 'Fungi' the Dolphin.
Ring of Kerry
Experience a full day guided excursion around the Ring of Kerry, where we savour 100 miles of spectacular scenery as we travel along the narrow coastal road of the Iveragh Peninsula.
Jameson distillery & Waterford Crystal tour
Travel via Macroom to Midleton, Cork for a tour of the local distillery. Afterwards, visit the Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre in the heart of the city, new for 2020 we take a look behind the scenes and the history of over 200 years of crystal manufacturing. Witness craftsmen making crystal stemware, giftware and masterpieces before your very eyes! We than continue to Wexford for our overnight stay.
Following an early breakfast we retrace our steps home.