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Cork & Blarney

Cork & Blarney

Date: Mon 9th – Fri 13th Sep 2019

Price: £390pp

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 – The Oriel House Hotel, Ballincollig
  • Free use of leisure facilities
  • Day tours
  • Porterage
  • Luggage labels
  • Admissions not included
  • Insurance not included

Prices based per person sharing (£25 per night single room supplement). Departing Monday 9th – Friday 13th September.

Day 1 - Monday 9th September

We arrive in Ballincollig on the outskirts of Cork late afternoon for check in at The Oriel House Hotel for 4 nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast. There will be comfort stops enroute. The hotel has beautiful leisure facilities, including a 25m swimming pool, sauna, steamroom and jacuzzi. Don’t forget your swimming gear!!

Day 2 - Tuesday 10th September

After breakfast we head to Blarney, where you can visit the shops, visit Blarney Castle and even take the opportunity to kiss the Blarney Stone. We will return to spend what is left of the afternoon in Ballincollig or relaxing in the hotel before dinner.

Day 3 - Wednesday 11th September

Today we make our way towards the south coast, stopping off at Clonakilty, a tourism hub at the head of Clonakilty Bay. We will also stop off in the beautiful fishing town of Kinsale, known for its historic streetscape and brightly coloured houses and shops. We then make our way back to the hotel for dinner.

Day 4 - Thursday 12th September

We board the coach and head for Cork City. There is lots to see and do as this is a city with plenty of history. Cork City was originally a monastic settlement, founded by St Finbarr. It was later established as an important trading port by the Vikings between 915AD and 922AD. You may choose to enjoy some retail therapy as Cork has a variety of busy shopping areas for you to enjoy.

Day 5 - Friday 13th September

Today we pack up and head northwards again. We will be making some comfort stops enroute.