For a classic Dublin experience Cassidys hotel is the perfect choice. Cassidys hotel is a comfortable, family owned and operated, boutique styled hotel located in 3 converted Georgian buildings in the heart of Dublin's city centre. Cassidys hotel is situated opposite the famous Gate theatre on Up...
Travel Dates: 15 January - 25 March 2018.
Jurys Inn Parnell Street
Many hotels in Dublin can claim to be central to a city, but at Jurys Inn Parnell Street it really is true. Just around the corner from the pulsing centre of Dublin's historic O'Connell St, minutes away from the dramatic stage of Croke Park and on the doorstep of Dublin's Henry Street retail heaven.
Travel Dates: 15 January - 31 March 2018.
Reborn and redesigned, this impressive hotel is the choice of interesting people the world over. Visitors will immerse in an imaginary world, no longer the past, not quite the future. Located in Dublin's leafy Northside suburbs, this enchanting establishment is a stone's throw from a city burstin...
Travel Dates: 15 January - 31 March 2018.
Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
The Gresham Hotel is a landmark building in Dublin city centre and is one of the city's oldest hotels built in 1817. The hotel is centrally located on O'Connell Street beside one of the capital's main shopping areas, and close to Croke Park Stadium, Temple Bar, the Abbey Theatre, and the new Conv...
Travel Dates: 15 January - 27 March 2018.
Hilton Dublin Hotel
Overlooking the historic Grand Canal, the Hilton Dublin hotel is a 10-minute walk from the fashionable Dublin City Center and 3 miles away from the RDS Convention Center, or take the short tram ride to the Dundrum town centre. Savor traditional Irish dishes beside the Grand Canal in the Uisce Res...
Travel Dates: 15 January - 5 April 2018.
InterContinental Dublin is nestled on two acres of landscaped gardens on a landmark location in the city's most desirable neighbourhood, Ballsbridge, combining embassies and stately homes with pubs and restaurants. For Dubliners, this is the most attractive place to live in the city. Guests enjoy...
Travel Dates: 1 February - 2 May 2018.
Irish Explorer, 9 Days
Day 1 Dublin. Check into your hotel. At 3 pm, meet your travelling companions for an afternoon orientation drive through statue-lined O'Connell Street and elegant Georgian squares to St. Patrick's Cathedral and Trinity College. End the day with an optional Irish cabaret evening including dinner, ...
Travel Dates: Only on 8 February 2018. Other dates available at a seasonal surcharge.
Live like a Lord, 8 Days
Day 1 Dublin. Make your way to gorgeous Clontarf Castle, your accommodation for the next two nights. Spend the rest of the day discovering the Irish capital at your leisure. Hotel: Day 2 Dublin. Today is yours to enjoy Dublin and its surrounds. You may choose to visit St Patrick's Cathedral, Trin...
Travel Dates: Travel departing daily
Taste of Ireland, 8 Days
Day 1 Dublin. Arrive in Dublin. Join your tour at 2:00 pm from the hotel lobby when all participants join a local guide for a tour of ancient and modern Dublin. Drive through the main streets to see historic buildings such as Trinity College, where the Book of Kells is housed; rows of Georgian ho...
Travel Dates: February - December (Only on Monday, Thursday and Saturday)
Ireland and the Movies featuring Game of Thrones, 8 Day Self Drive
Day 1. Arrive at Dublin Airport and transfer to the city centre for a Dublin City tour. The North Side of the city offers striking monuments such as the GPO General Post Office) on O'Connell Street & the Phoenix Park, the largest public park in Europe. The cities south side appears more sop...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 January - 31 March 2018.
Irish Adventure, 8 Days
Day 1 Dublin. Your Irish trip starts at 2:00 pm when you meet your guide at your Dublin hotel and set out on an introductory tour of central Dublin. See elegant 18th century Georgian houses with brightly-painted doors, tranquil parks and the wide O'Connell Street. Take a guided walking tour throu...
Travel Dates: February - December (Only on Monday and Wednesday)
Explore the Emerald Isle
Commonly referred to as 'the Emerald Isle,' Ireland is renowned for its scenic landscape, fascinating history and contagious Irish spirit. While touring the country, be sure to include on your itinerary the Cliffs of Moher, Holy Cross Abbey and Blarney Castle. When exploring the capital, Dublin, be sure to check out the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, which contains the Book of Kells, Dublin Castle and the Dublin Writers Museum.
Don't miss visiting a local Irish pub, ordering a Guinness and a bowl of hot Irish stew. For dessert try an Irish coffee – a mix of strong coffee and Irish whiskey that is sure to warm you up. There are more than 1,000 pubs in Dublin, which ever venue you find you're sure get a slice of culture. Start your pub exploration near St Stephen's Green, Grafton Street or Temple Bar, the heart of the entertainment district.
The Irish countryside is captivating. Take a trip to Donegal, an isolated county in the north of the country. Known for its rugged cliffs, it is also home to one of Ireland's most scenic treasures, Glenveagh National Park. Also be sure to travel through the Burren and the Connemara. The Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula offer fantastic self drive opportunities.