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Adare, Cliffs of Moher & Limerick


Adare, Cliffs of Moher & Limerick

Date: Sun 6th – Thu 10th September 2020

Price: £365 per person

Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights

To book a tour, please contact Gertie on:
02868 631 614 or 07769 728 191

Price includes:

  • Luxury coach throughout
  • 4 nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast – 3* Fitzgeralds Woodlands Hotel Adare
  • Day tours
  • Porterage
  • Luggage labels
  • Free use of leisure facilities
  • Admissions not included
  • Insurance not included

***This hotel does not have a lift but ground floor rooms are available on request***


Prices based per person sharing (£25 per night single room supplement). Departing Sunday 6th – Thursday 10th September 2020.

Day 1 - Sunday 6th September

We check into Fitzgeralds Woodlands Hotel Dinner Bed & Breakfast for the next 4 nights. Set in the counteryside just 2 miles from the prettiest town in Ireland with its thatched houses, the hotel feature the award winning Revas Spa, which has extensive facilities.

Day 2 - Monday 7th September

In the morning we visit Bunratty Castle and folk Park. The castle was built in 1425 and restored to its original medieval splendour in 1954. Admire the 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries and works of art. Take a stroll through the delightful grounds of the Folk Park, which brings to life 19th century living. We spend the afternoon in the village of Adare.

Day 3 - Tuesday 8th September

We take a morning drive to visit the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, taking in some fantastic views of Galway Bay and the Mamturk mountains. Later we head to Liscanor for a lunch stop. Returning early afternoon via Ennis, known as Ireland’s friendliest town and capital of Co Clare. We have time explore the armospheric winding medieal streets of a town which dates back to the 11th century.

Day 4 - Wednesday 9th September

After a short drive Limerick is our destination today. A lively city bubbling with Georgian architecture, grand museums. Everywhere you look there are artisan producers and growers, all mixed up with the friendly street traders. In the medieval heart of the city, on King’s Island you can take the opportunity to visit King John’s Castle, once the site of the dramatic siege of Limerick in 1690. The castle is now a visitor attraction and provides information on its entire history ia a fun but informative way.

Day 5 - Thursday 10th September

Its time to enjoy a final Irish breakfast before we leave our hotel and begin our journey home retracing our drive down with dropoffs enroute.

Notes
Pickups from Graham Tours yard 7.00 am, via Kesh, Enniskillen, Lisbellaw, Maguiresbridge, Fivemiletown, Ballygawley, Stangmore J15, Armagh, Newry etc enroute Adare.