IRELAND SELF DRIVE TOURS
DAILY DEPARTURES

World famous Cliffs of Moher, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland. Aerial view of widely known tourist attraction on Wild Atlantic Way in County Clare.

 

Everyone who has had the opportunity to visit Ireland knows: the Irish grow naturally the pleasure of hospitality. When we think of Ireland you can see the green heath, Guinness, their famous beer, the Cliffs of Moher, the Ring of Kerry and its breathtaking landscapes! Take yourself on a journey through the beautiful emerald isle.

 

 

PLEASE NOTEThere are no excursions included in the self-drive tours.
The visits are for information purpose only based on the self-drive itinerary chosen.

 

 

IRISH EXPERIENCE TOUR 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS

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DAYS 1 & 2 ARRIVAL IN DUBLIN ARRIVE AT DUBLIN

Airport and pick up your hired car. Check in to your accommodation and spend some time exploring the cosmopolitan city of Dublin. Enjoy a tour of Dublin City at your leisure, stroll around the Georgian Squares and discover Phoenix Park, the largest public park in Europe. Go shopping in exclusive Grafton Street and enjoy a bite to eat in Dublin’s trendy Temple Bar district. You can also visit the oldest University in Ireland, Trinity College (not included) founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth 1st. Inside, visitors can view the famous and wonderful ‘Book of Kells’, a 9th century Gospel manuscript in Latin with the Four Gospels of the New Testament. Continue to the inevitable visit of the Guinness Storehouse (included in package), with an interesting insight into the history and the brewing process of the world-famous beverage. At the end of the tour enjoy a delicious pint of Guinness in the Gravity bar, which offers wonderful panoramic views across the city. Overnight in County Dublin. (Breakfast on day 2) Accommodation: County Dublin for 2 nights
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DAY 3 COUNTY WATERFORD

After your full Irish Breakfast, depart Dublin heading south towards Waterford. On arrival, visit the legendary Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre (not included). Founded by George and William Penrose in 1783, the factory is a world leader in the manufacture of crystal. Take a guided tour to learn the secrets of the manufacturing process and understand the attention to detail required to make each piece of crystal. A fascinating visit not to be missed! Continue your tour at Lismore Castle (not included), built in the 13th Century in a Gothic style by King John. You will be completely captivated by its panoramic and imposing position overlooking the River Blackwater. Stroll through enchanted gardens with beautiful collections of magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons, herbaceous borders and contemporary sculptures. The historic garden is divided into two parts; one represents the 17th Century (1605 by Richard Boyle), and the other one is the image of the 19th century. You will be enchanted by the castle’s mystic charm. Continue to your accommodation in County Waterford for overnight. (B) Accommodation: County Waterford for 1 night
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DAY 4 BLARNEY CASTLE & THE RING OF KERRY

Start your day with a visit to the spectacular medieval Blarney Castle (not included), built nearly six hundred years ago by Cormac MacCarthy. It represents one of Ireland’s treasures as well as a worldwide landmark. That might have something to do with the Blarney Stone, the legendary Stone of Eloquence, found at the top of the Tower. Kiss it and you will never again be lost for words! You will be captivated by each treasure that Blarney has to offer. Continue your journey with a unique experience in a mystic and unspoilt region of Ireland. Indeed, the Ring of Kerry is the most famous and panoramic route in Ireland through Killorglin, Cahirciveen, Waterville on Ballinskeligs Bay, the picturesque village of Sneem, with its painted shops and cottages, and along the spectacular Ladies View. This trail leads each visitor into the heritage of Ireland, giving the opportunity to discover every treasure of the Iveragh Peninsula. In fact, this region is particularly famed for its charm with its amazing scenery of many types, including long sandy beaches, rocky shoreline, cliffs, mountains, lakes and forests. With spectacular, beautiful and diversified landscapes, the journey is not be missed! Continue to County Limerick for your overnight stay. (B) Accommodation: County Limerick for 2 nights
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DAY 5 COUNTY LIMERICK

Today will be spent exploring Limerick. You can visit the picturesque King John’s Castle (not included). Built around 1200 – 1210 the Castle is located in the heart of the medieval Limerick City and overlooking the Shannon River, it offers visitors spectacular views. A majestic insight with a discovery of 800 years of history thanks to an interactive visit with imaginative historical exhibition, excavated pre-Norman houses, fortifications, siege mines and battlement walks. Do not miss this fascinating insight into medieval Limerick and its history. Lough Gur is one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites. You will be captivated by the beauty, charm and tranquillity of this ancient place. The Interpretive Centre tells the story of Pre-Celtic Ireland dating back to 3000 BC. Enjoy an educational and peaceful walk of discovery through beautiful scenery. Overnight in County Limerick. (B)
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DAY 6 ENNIS & CLIFFS OF MOHER

Start your journey north with a visit to Ennis, a historic market town known as the home of Traditional Irish Music. The history along with modern influences represents a pleasant blend of the historic past and active present. Its narrow bustling streets and lanes give character and ambiance to the town. It has a rich heritage tradition with some of the finest monuments, buildings and waterways. Aillwee Cave (not included) is your next place to visit, which was discovered in 1944 and is the most famous of the many thousands of ancient caves beneath the karst landscape of the Burren, Ireland. Its features include an underground river and a waterfall as well as some large stalactites and stalagmites. Your final stop of the day is the famous Cliffs of Moher (not included), Ireland’s most visited natural attraction. The Cliffs rise up to 214m (700 feet) at the highest point at Knockardakin just north of O’Brien’s Tower and range for 8km over the Atlantic Ocean on the Western seaboard of Co. Clare. It also boasts views of 5 counties on a clear day. The human story and history of the Cliffs of Moher dates back at least 2000 years. Mankind has told stories about these mighty cliffs and seen them form a part of myth and legends. (B) Accommodation: County Galway for 2 nights
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DAY 7 COUNTY GALWAY

Referred to as a “savage beauty” by the Irish writer Oscar Wilde, the Connemara region is a peninsula bordered by the arid and rocky coastline of Galway Bay. Connemara is world famous for its lakes and rivers, bogs and mountains. The picturesque Connemara has a natural charm with its abundant wildlife and its villages, where Gaelic is still the spoken language. With its beauty and its natural paradise, Connemara offers you magnificent views of the Ocean and the fjord of Killary Harbour. This region is such a spectacular and unique sight and must be explored. Visit the Neo-Gothic Kylemore Abbey (not included), built in 1868 by Mitchell Henry as a romantic gift. Originally, it was a Castle covering around 40,000 square feet with over 70 rooms and the principal wall was two feet thick. In 1920, Kylemore became an Abbey and is now the oldest of the Irish Benedictine Abbeys. This remarkable historical place offers you magnificent views in a peaceful and relaxing setting. Take a pleasant and charming walk through the Victorian Walled gardens. Overnight in County Galway. (B)
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DAY 8 DEPARTURE FROM DUBLIN

Travel back towards Dublin. Return your hire car and join your flight home. (B)

INCLUSIONS

  • 7 nights’ accommodation sharing a twin/double room with private facilities inclusive of breakfast.
  • 8 days Car Hire (Economy ECMN, Opal Corsa or similar – Time & Miles, Airport Access Fee, Third Party Liability, Road fund licence, Theft Protection, VAT & Collision Damage Waiver)
  • Entrance to Guinness Storehouse – day 2
  • Irish Evening – “Celtic Nights “at Arlington Hotel (dinner & show) – day 2
  • Service & VAT
Not Included: Flights – Fuel, GPS, additional driver fee, insurance – Entrances & transfers other than those detailed above – Lunches, dinners and drinks – Personal expenses – Anything not mentioned in the inclusions above.
HOTELS OR SIMILAR
County 3* Hotels 4* Hotels
Dublin Jury Inn Parnell Street, Jurys Inn Christchurch, Buswells Hotel, Beresford Hotel, Cassidys Hotel or similar Ashling Hotel, Marlin Hotel, Maldron Hotel Kevin Street, Brooks Hotel or similar
Waterford and area Waterford Marina Hotel, Viking Hotel Waterford, Treacys Hotel Waterford or similar Granville Hotel Waterford, Fitzwilton Hotel or similar
Limerick South Court Hotel, Limerick City Hotel, Bedford Townhouse or similar George Hotel Limerick, Clayton Hotel Limerick or similar
Galway Flannerys Hotel Galway, Travelodge Galway, Victoria Hotel or similar Jurys Inn Galway, Clayton Hotel or similar

PRICE PER PERSON IN $ CAD, IN DOUBLE OCCUPANCY – 2022

DATES LAND PORTION
January – April November – December $ 1289
May October $ 1439
June – September $ 1599
Single Supplement On Request
– Hotel package: 4 nights in a 3* hotel and 3 nights in a 4* hotel *Included in the car rental is an Opel Corsa manual transmission or similar, other car rentals are available at higher rates   **Prices advertised on our site are valid if you purchase services in one single session. If you disconnect from our site, prices could be different in your next session. The prices indicated exclude the contribution to the Customer Compensation Fund of $3.50 per $1,000 of tourism product or service purchased from a travel agent in Quebec. Close – out dates / event dates / limited availability: Ireland: 01 January; 17 March; 25-26 & 31 December, Easter 14-18 April, Early May Bank Holiday 29- 30 April + 1-2 May, June Bank Holiday 3-6 June, August Bank Holiday 29 July to 1st August, UK Bank Holiday 26-29 August, October Bank Holiday 28-30 October. Dublin: 6 Nations Rugby (February & March dates tbc), Gay Pride 24-25 June, Dublin Horse Show 17- 21 August, Dublin Marathon 29-30 October Galway: Galway Races 22 July to 1st August, Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23- 24 September, International Oyster and Seafood Festival 23-25 September International Arts Festival 11-24 July Other Events related to Rugby, Conferences, Concerts, and further event dates may be added

WILD ATLANTIC WAY 15 DAYS / 14 NIGHTS

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DAY 1 ARRIVAL IN IRELAND

Welcome to Ireland! Arrival at Dublin Airport, collect your car hire and check-in to your accommodation. Overnight in County Dublin. Accommodation: County Dublin for 2 nights
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DAY 2 DUBLIN SIGHTSEEING – TRINITY COLLEGE - GUINNESS STOREHOUSE

Today, after breakfast, spend some time exploring the cosmopolitan city of Dublin. Enjoy a tour of Dublin City at your leisure, stroll around the Georgian Squares and discover Phoenix Park, the largest public park in Europe. Go shopping in exclusive Grafton Street and enjoy a bite to eat in Dublin’s trendy Temple Bar district. You can also visit the oldest University in Ireland, Trinity College, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth 1st. Inside, visitors can view the famous and wonderful ‘Book of Kells’, a 9th century Gospel manuscript in Latin with the Four Gospels of the New Testament. If time permits, you can take a tour at the Guinness Storehouse, with an interesting insight into the history and the brewing process of the world-famous beverage. At the end of the tour enjoy a delicious pint of Guinness in the Gravity bar, which offers wonderful panoramic views across the city. Overnight in County Dublin. (B)
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DAY 3 DUBLIN – BELFAST – BELFAST SIGHTSEEING – TITANIC BELFAST

After breakfast, head north towards Northern Ireland and spend the day exploring the city of Belfast, famous for its industrial past and turbulent history. Belfast city centre has undergone considerable expansion and regeneration in recent years, notably around Victoria Square. People visit for any number of reasons, and many come back repeatedly once they realise just how much there is to offer. Whether you are into culture, eating out, tours, sporting weekends, city breaks or even just a day trip, Belfast has got it going on. Make sure to visit the famous Titanic Belfast, a ‘must see’ attraction in the country. The Titanic experience takes you through nine galleries, telling the story of RMS Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and tragic end. The galleries are innovative and interactive with many features including diving to the depth of the ocean to explore where RMS Titanic now rests. Overnight in Belfast. (B) Accommodation: Belfast for 2 nights
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DAY 4 BALLYCASTLE – GIANT’S CAUSEWAY

After breakfast, make your way to the north of the country and stop to Ballycastle. This small town marks the eastern end of the Causeway Coast. It’s a pretty town with a family-friendly promenade having a beautiful view on the Rathlin Island from the coastline. Drive along the Causeway Coast and stop at the famous Giant’s Causeway. This incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site dates back to a volcanic age almost 60 million years ago and is an area of about 40.000 interlocking basalt columns. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Most of the columns are hexagonal, although there are also some with four, five, seven and eight sides. The tallest are about 12 meters high, and the solidified lava in the cliffs is 28 meters thick in places. Make your way back to Belfast, for your overnight. (B)
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DAY 5 BELFAST – LOUGH NEAGH – LONDONDERRY

Explore more of this beautiful country and head towards Londonderry, but not before stopping on the way to Lough Neagh, the largest freshwater lake in UK & Ireland. This place offers visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in heritage and history. Experience the untouched landscape and sample the unique charm and fantastic culinary delights that this region has to offer. Arrive in the afternoon in Derry, also known as Londonderry, the second-largest city in Northern Ireland. There is a lot of history to absorb here, from the Siege of Derry to the Battle of the Bogside and Bloody Sunday. The city has a rich and varied cultural heritage and the City Walls are home to a number of museums, galleries and theatres, as well as thriving musical and literary scenes. Overnight in Londonderry. (B) Accommodation: Londonderry for 1 night
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DAY 6 NORTHERN HEADLANDS: MALIN HEAD TO DONEGAL TOWN & THE SURF COAST: DONEGAL TOWN TO ERRIS

After breakfast, it’s time to leave Northern Ireland. Explore the Northern Headlands of the Wild Atlantic Way Route, from Malin Head to Donegal City. Drive along the coast through Glenveagh National Park and Dungloe and make your first stop in Donegal, the second-largest county in Ireland. Whether you are looking for a relaxing getaway in stunning surrounds, or fancy an outdoor adventure, Donegal has it all. With breath-taking scenery, golden beaches, rugged islands and a beautiful array of wildlife, this northern stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way is an absolute essential, any time of year. Continue to the Surf Coast, from Donegal town to Erris, recently voted Ireland’s ‘Best Place to go Wild’. Pass through Sligo, and learn about the ancient history that has shaped the culture here down through the ages, giving rise to the vibrant way of life – with its great food, good-natured locals, incredible arts and literature and dedication to the environment. Continue to Galway on the Bay Coast, which lays between Erris to Galway Bay. Overnight in County Galway. (B) Accommodation: County Galway for 2 nights
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DAY 7 THE BAY COAST: ERRIS TO GALWAY BAY

Today, enjoy a full day exploring the Bay Coast. From the crystal waters of distant Erris to the “savage beauty” of much-loved Connemara, the Wild Atlantic Way skims south around some impressive bays. The largest of these – Clew Bay – is said to have 365 islets and islands, one for every day of the year. Connemara means “inlets of the sea” in Irish, and here water and land merge in a lacy shoreline of loughs, coves, islands and sea-swept blanket bogs. The Bay Coast is a salty fresh-air playground, with its dazzling beaches and Blueway trails, and where people come to kayak, kiteboard, paraglide, swim and dive. Cyclists follow the Great Western Greenway – one of the world’s most scenic cycleways. Walkers climb the sacred Croagh Patrick mountain and Twelve Bens range. If time permits, make sure to visit Kylemore Abbey, one of the most iconic places in Connemara. Originally built in 1867 as a romantic gift, Kylemore Abbey and the surrounding mountains and lakes are steeped in history including engineering initiatives, model farms, tragedy, royal visits, gambling debts, a hideaway during Ireland’s troubled history as well as excellence in education. Overnight in County Galway. (B)
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DAY 8 THE CLIFF COAST: GALWAY TO BALLYBUNION

Today, after your breakfast, enjoy a drive on the Cliff Coast, between Galway to Ballybunion. It’s a place for clifftop walks, island-hopping, traditional pubs and views: rainbows in the ocean spray along the Loop Head Drive; colonies of puffins on the sheer Cliffs of Moher; bottlenose dolphins in the mouth of the Shannon; and the view of Clare’s mountains from Kerry’s Cliffs of Dooneen. Then there’s the otherworldly Burren – a vast limestone pavement rich with rare flora, crossed by ancient green roads. No Cliff Coast trip is complete without a stop at the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland’s most visited natural attraction. The Cliffs rise up to 214m (700 feet) at the highest point at Knockardakin just north of O’Brien’s Tower and range for 8km over the Atlantic Ocean on the Western seaboard of Co. Clare. It also boasts views of 5 counties on a clear day. The human story and history of the Cliffs of Moher dates back at least 2000 years. Mankind has told stories about these mighty cliffs and seen them form a part of myth and legends. Before arriving in Limerick, if time permits, make sure you pass through iconic places like Kilkee and Loop Head Peninsula, to see its famous lighthouse. You can climb to the top of the lighthouse and take in splendid views that stretch from County Kerry to the Cliffs of Moher. Overnight in County Limerick. (B) Accommodation: County Limerick for 1 night
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DAY 9 SOUTHERN PENINSULAS: SOUTH KERRY TO WEST CORK

Today it’s time to explore the Southern Peninsulas, laying from South Kerry to West Cork. In Ireland’s beautiful far Southwest – where the ancient Kingdom of Kerry meets wild West Cork – five great peninsulas with mountainous spines stretch miles out into the ocean. This is great walking country, with long-distance trails and circular routes across the region. You could find yourself paddle-boarding with dolphins, landing on a deserted archipelago once home to Ireland’s greatest born-storytellers, taking a cable car with the ocean crashing below, visiting an abandoned copper mine, or stargazing under Ireland’s darkest skies. The route will take you through Tralee, Dingle, finishing in Killarney area for overnight. (B) Accommodation: Killarney area for 1 night
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DAY 10 KILLARNEY NATIONAL PARK – ROSS CASTLE – KENMARE

Today you will spend a full day exploring County Cork, starting with the Killarney National Park. Make sure to explore this beautiful park sitting at the foot of Ireland’s highest mountain range, the Macgillycuddy Reeks. There is plenty to see and visit in the park: Muckross House & Gardens, Muckross Abbey, Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle, amongst others. The second half of the day spend it by visiting the charming city of Kenmare, famous for its Golf Courses, gourmet food, tranquillity and breathtaking scenery. Overnight in County Cork. (B) Accommodation: County Cork for 2 nights
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DAY 11 THE HAVEN COAST: BANTRY VIA SKIBBEREEN TO KINSALE

Today explore The Haven Coast, the southernmost stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way zigzags gently, from Kinsale through Skibbereen and on to dreamy Bantry Bay. Visit the colourful city of Kinsale. The picturesque heritage town of Kinsale boasts narrow, winding streets lined with irresistible artsy shops, buzzing bars and gourmet restaurants, all set in a beautiful harbour full of bobbing fishing boards and pleasure yachts. After sampling some of culinary delights of Kinsale, set your sights further west and discover the Old Head of Kinsale. Return to Cork for overnight. (B)
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DAY 12 DUNGARVAN – WATERFORD

After breakfast, you continue towards County Waterford, passing through the harbour city of Dungarvan. Arrive in the city of Waterford, Ireland’s oldest city. On arrival, visit the legendary Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre. Founded by George and William Penrose in 1783, the factory is a world leader in the manufacture of crystal. Take a guided tour to learn the secrets of the manufacturing process and understand the attention to detail required to make each piece of crystal. A fascinating visit not to be missed! Continue your tour at Lismore Castle, built in the 13th Century in a Gothic style by King John. You will be completely captivated by its panoramic and imposing position overlooking the River Blackwater. Stroll through enchanted gardens with beautiful collections of magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons, herbaceous borders and contemporary sculptures. The historic garden is divided into two parts; one represents the 17th Century (1605 by Richard Boyle), and the other one is the image of the 19th century. You will be enchanted by the castle’s mystic charm. Overnight in County Waterford / Kilkenny. (B) Accommodation: County Waterford / Killarney for 2 nights
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DAY 13 WATERFORD / KILKENNY SIGHTSEEING

Today explore county Waterford at your own leisure. Enjoy this area package with a myriad of beaches, hiking trails and bike routes that ensure you see the best of what the county has to offer. Overnight in County Waterford / Kilkenny. (B)
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DAY 14 WICKLOW MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK – IRISH EVENING

Today is time to head back to Dublin. On the way, pass through the Wicklow Mountains National Park and enjoy driving through this wonderland of natural beauty. The most popular stop in Wicklow Mountains National Park is the Monastic City at Glendalough. Set in what is known as the valley of the lakes, the early Christian site was founded by Saint Kevin in the sixth century. Here you will find the ruins of a cathedral and an impressive Irish round tower. Arrive in Dublin where you can enjoy your last evening in Ireland by attending a typical Irish show (3 course meal, dance and music show) at the Arlington Hotel. Overnight in County Dublin. (B) Accommodation: County Dublin for 1 night
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DAY 15 DEPARTURE

Unfortunately, it is now time to leave Ireland. Return to the airport and join your flight home. (B)

INCLUSIONS

  • 14 nights’ accommodation sharing a twin/double room inclusive of breakfast
  • 15 days Car Hire (Economy ECMN, Opal Corsa or similar – Time & Miles, Airport Access Fee, Third Party Liability, Road fund licence, Theft Protection, VAT & Collision Damage Waiver)
  • Service & VAT
Not Included: Flights – Fuel, GPS, additional driver fee, insurance – Entrances & transfers other than those detailed above – Lunches, dinners and drinks – Personal expenses – Anything not mentioned in the inclusions above.
HOTEL OPTIONS OR SIMILAR
County 3* Hotel
County Dublin Jury Inn Parnell Street, Jurys Inn Christchurch, Buswells Hotel, Beresford Hotel, Cassidys Hotel
Belfast Hampton by Hilton Central, Cairn Bay Lodge, Holiday Inn Express, Ibis Belfast Queens Quarters, Premier Inn, Park Inn by Radisson Belfast
Londonderry Holiday Inn Express Derry, Premier Inn Derry
County Galway Flannerys Hotel Galway, Travelodge Galway, Victoria Hotel
County Limerick South Court Hotel, Limerick City Hotel, Bedford Townhouse
County Kerry (Killarney) Holiday Inn Killarney, Killarney House Hotel
County Cork Isaacs Hotel Cork, Great National Commons Inn Cork, Ashley Hotel
County Waterford / Kilkenny Waterford Marina Hotel, Viking Hotel Waterford, Treacys Hotel Waterford

RATES IN $ CAD PER PERSON, IN DOUBLE OCCUPANCY, WITH CAR, STARTING AT

Dates 3* Hotel
January – March $ 2,350
April $ 2,350
May $ 2,510
June $ 2,650
July $ 3,415
August $ 3,485
September $ 2,850
October $ 2,569
November – December $ 2,450
Single Supplement: January – April & October – December On Request
Single Supplement: May – September On Request
*Included in the car rental is an Opel Corsa manual transmission or similar, other car rentals are available at higher rates. **Prices advertised on our site are valid if you purchase services in one single session. If you disconnect from our site, prices could be different in your next session. The prices indicated exclude the contribution to the Customer Compensation Fund of $3.50 per $1,000 of tourism product or service purchased from a travel agent in Quebec. Close – out dates / event dates / limited availability: United Kingdom: Easter Bank Holiday Weekend 15-18 April, Early May Bank Holiday weekend 29 April to 02 May, Spring Bank Holiday 02 June, Summer Bank Holiday Weekend 26-29 August, Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday 03 June Ireland: 01 January; 17 March; 25-26 & 31 December, Easter 14-18 April, Early May Bank Holiday 29-30 April + 1-2 May, June Bank Holiday 3-6 June, August Bank Holiday 29 July to 1st August, UK Bank Holiday 26-29 August, October Bank Holiday 28-30 October Dublin: 6 Nations Rugby (February & March dates tbc), Gay Pride 24-25 June, Dublin Horse Show 17- 21 August, Dublin Marathon 29-30 October Belfast: The World Irish Dancing Championship 8-17 April, Orangefest 11-12 July, Belfast Pride festival TBC, Belfast International Tattoo 2-3 September Galway: Galway Races 22 July to 1st August, Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24 September, International Oyster and Seafood Festival 23-25 September International Arts Festival 11-24 July Kerry: Killarney Races 8-11 May, Listowel Races 4-7 June, Killarney Bikefestt 3-6 June, Ring of Kery Cycle 1-2 August, Killarney Races 11-15 July, Rose of Tralee 18-24 August, Killarney Races 17-20 August, Listowel Races 18-24 September Other Events related to Rugby, Conferences, Concerts and further event dates may be added