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Explore the breath-taking Northern Ireland coastline and take in stunning scenery on our tour which includes a beautiful train journey, the fascinating city of Derry, the Giants Causeway, Walled City Brewery and elegant Glenarm Castle. Image causewayantrimcoast. Image: Causeway Antrim Coast © Arthur Ward
Detailed Overview

Price includes

  • Return ferry crossing

  • 2 nights dinner, bed & breakfast in an overnight hotel

  • 3-course menu with 3 choices per course

  • Tea/coffee after dinner

  • Porterage

Resort Hotel

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

  • Welcome tea/coffee

  • 3-course menu with 3 choices per course

  • Tea/coffee after dinner

  • Full Cooked Breakfast

  • 1 night live music

  • Food/drink demonstration on one afternoon

  • 2-hour walking tour of Derry

  • Homemade Soup, Stew & Tea/Coffee at the Walled City Brewery in Londonderry

  • Beer Masterclass at the Walled City Brewery- 1 hour of interactive storytelling through tasting 10 house beers

  • Entrance to the Giants Causeway

  • Entrance to Glenarm Castle Walled Gardens

  • Porterage

PLEASE NOTE: This itinerary requires a lot of walking and attractions with numerous steps and stairs. A shuttle bus down to the Giants Causeway is available at an additional cost and can't be pre-booked it must be paid in resort.

Image: Causeway Antrim Coast © Arthur Ward

Tour Itinerary
Day 1

Travel North to the overnight hotel.

Day 2

Travel to Cairnryan to cross the Irish Sea to Belfast and head onto your hotel in Coleraine.

Day 3

Guided Tour of Derry and the Walled City Brewery
We spend today in Derry, starting with a fascinating 2 hour part step-on guide and walking tour "unlocking the walled City" as we discover tales of 400 years from past to present of the city. We then head to Derry's Walled City Brewery, a family-run gastropub specialising in craft beer, where we tuck into a soup and stew lunch before getting stuck into a beer masterclass with tasting. Discover the extraordinary 9,000 year history of brewing from the talented brewers and sample some of the brewery's 'legenderry' craft beers. The remaining of the day is spent y at leisure exploring this vibrant city - why not visit the Tower Museum of local history, located within a historic tower just inside the city walls, or admire the stunning Grade A listed Guildhall with its beautiful stained-glass windows.



Day 4

National Trust Giant's Causeway
Today we visit the extraordinary Giant's Causeway and its award-winning Visitor Centre, where we learn about the mystery of this unique landscape. With dramatic cliffs and crashing waves, it is easy to fall under the spell of this legendary place.
We then visit the beautiful seaside resort town of Portrush for the afternoon.
Please note: There is a shuttle bus available for the less mobile to gain easy access to the stones. This is at an additional cost and can't be pre-booked.

Day 5

The Walled Gardens of Glenarm Castle
This morning we visit one of Northern Ireland's oldest and most beautiful estates, Glenarm Castle. We explore the beautiful Walled Garden, Woodland Walk, Coach House Museum & the Heritage Centre in its incomparable setting by the sea.
After our visit we return to our hotel along the spectacular Antrim Coast.

Day 6

After breakfast, we journey to Belfast for our crossing to Cairnryan and travel to an overnight hotel.

Day 7

We depart the hotel and return to the local area.

Other Information

Main Hotel

3* The Lodge Hotel, Coleraine

The Lodge Hotel is one of the most popular hotels on the Causeway Coast, renowned for its hospitality and award-winning food with a premium location in the heart of Coleraine and within walking distance to Coleraine town centre.

Bedrooms: TV, telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, safe, complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, iron & ironing board.

Facilities: Restaurant, bar, coffee bar, free Wi-Fi, salon,

Mobility Information: There is a lift at this hotel, walk in showers on request.

Overnight Hotel

Mercure Dunkenhalgh Hotel & Spa, Blackburn

Located in extensive landscaped grounds in the countryside of Blackburn, this converted 700-year-old country manor is in a tranquil setting and retains many of its original features, including an impressive gothic staircase in the entrance hall.

Bedrooms: TV, telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, iron & ironing board.

Facilities: Restaurant, bar, bar, free Wi-Fi, leisure facilities including an indoor pool, spa, steam room and bio sauna.

Mobility Information: There is a lift at this hotel, ground floor rooms available on request, subject to availability, walk in showers only available in the Executive Wing and will have a additional supplement.

NOTE: Guest bedrooms will be located between 3 bedroom blocks.

Courtyard - 1 minute walk from public areas, closest distance to hotel.

Pendle Block - 5-10 minute walk from reception - access through covered walkway.

Executive Block - 10 minutes plus walk from reception - access through covered walkway.

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