Be guided by Paddy Clarke, an ex deep-sea fisherman of 20 years and Slieve League Cliffs specialist
Attend this Celtic concert, including instrumental and vocal performances, as well as an Irish dancing demonstration
Be greeted by the Lord and Lady and have afternoon tea in the drawing room of this manor that dates back to 1750
These once-in-a-lifetime moments allow you to experience an unforgettable world of exclusive moments, incredible cultures and charming surprises
Personalise your holiday with a choice of included sightseeing options sure to leave you with lifelong memories
Arrive in Belfast by noon, where you will be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel. This afternoon, visit Titanic Belfast, the world's largest Titanic experience that offers an incredible insight into the story of the Titanic. Tonight, get to know your fellow travellers during a Welcome Dinner.
Stay: Belfast, The Merchant HotelDaily :
Head to the Giant's Causeway, a series of approximately 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. Afterwards, continue to the charming small village of Bushmills, where settled on the banks of the river, you'll find the oldest working distillery in Ireland, the Old Bushmills Distillery. Call into Derry, then later, arrive at your five-star castle set upon a secluded lakeside estate, which is associated with the O'Donnell Clan, the founding fathers of Donegal.
Stay: Two Nights, Donegal, Lough Eske CastleDaily :
Be guided by Paddy Clarke, an ex deep-sea fisherman of 20 years and Slieve League Cliffs specialist. Gain an incredible insight into life in this rugged and remote region, from the Spanish Armada's arrival in the past to fishing of the present, via his incredible local knowledge. Afterwards, enjoy traditional Irish cuisine at Paddy's unique Ti Linn Cafe, finishing off with an authentic Irish coffee.
Absorb panoramic sea vistas from the Slieve League Cliffs, which contains the tallest sea cliffs in Ireland.Daily :
Visit the historic village of Drumcliff, where you will visit the grave site of W.B. Yeats, a prominent Irish poet and one of the foremost figures of 20th-century literature. Later, continue to picturesque Cong, an island surrounded by a number of streams. Cong was the filming location for John Ford's 1952 Oscar-winning film, The Quiet Man, featuring John Wayne, as well as the home of Sir William Wilde, historian and father to Oscar Wilde. Afterwards, arrive at your stunning rural country retreat.
Stay: Two Nights, Galway, Ballynahinch Castle or Abbey Glen CastleDaily :
Discover Galway's rugged mountains and golden beaches of Connemara. Then explore Kylemore Abbey as you discover its restored rooms and learn about its history.Daily :
Venture past some of the most fascinating scenery as you pass Burren's karst landscapes of bedrock on your way to the magnificent Cliffs of Moher, which stretches along eight kilometres of pristine Atlantic coastline. Dating back at least two thousand years, the name originated from 1st century BC fort that stood where Moher Tower now stands. Call in at Adare, affectionately known as Ireland's prettiest village, before arriving in Killarney.
Stay: Two Nights, Killarney, Europe Hotel and SpaDaily :
This evening, visit the Killarney School of Music, and attend an exclusive Celtic concert, including instrumental and vocal performances, as well as an Irish dancing demonstration.
Perhaps enjoy horse riding, a pony and trap ride or relax at the ESPA.
Travel along the Ring of Kerry, where you will stop to capture some stunning scenery. Then you have a choice of sightseeing. After your Signature Experience, enjoy the evening at your leisure.Daily :
Visit Ballyowen House, one of the finest remaining examples of neo-Classical Georgian architecture. Experience life in a beautiful old country house that dates back to 1750, as you will be greeted by the Lord and Lady of the manor to have afternoon tea in the exquisite drawing room.
Travel to Cobh, the last port of call for the Titanic. Here, you may wish to visit the Titanic Museum. See the Rock of Cashel on the way to Kilkenny, then arrive at your luxurious estate. Tonight, enjoy dinner at your hotel's Michelin Star restaurant.
Stay: Two Nights, Kilkenny, Mount Juliet EstateDaily :
Tour the Legends Hurling Museum and gain insight into Gaelic games played in Ireland. See O’Loughlin Gaels Stadium and learn about the Celtic tradition of Gaelic football. Afterwards, perhaps enjoy a round of golf, a spa treatment or try some lake fishing.Daily :
Farewell Kilkenny as you make your way to your final destination, Dublin. Along the discover the Wicklow region with a stop in historic Avoca, which has been a popular filming location for several films and television series, including the BBC's Ballykissangel. Arrive in Dublin and be guided on a unique walking tour that brings to life the 1916 Rebellion. Later this evening, sit down to a delicious Farewell Dinner.
Stay: Dublin, Brooks HotelDaily :
Be transferred to the airport.Daily :
Travel with no more than 19 other guests for a personalised journey, with opportunities to ask questions and learn more
Mount Juliet was a family home until 1989 and remains one of Ireland’s finest country houses to date
Your hand-picked accommodation offers the perfect blend of luxurious, unique and authentic properties
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