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THE GOLDEN VALE MEETS THE RIVER SHANNON TOUR - LIMERICK AND TIPPERARY

                       
 

Staying at The Anner Hotel and Maldron Hotel
July 24th-27th (3 days)
€559 per person sharing (single room supplement of €90)

 

DAY 1
Today we will welcome you on board our luxurious Ardcavan coach at our designated pick-up points and head with much excitement to Limerick and Tipperary where we will make our way to one of our two beautiful hotels and settle in before enjoying a sumptuous dinner at the hotel restaurant.


DAY 2

Today after a delicious breakfast we make our way to the multi award-winning Cashel Folk Village which showcases an incredible vast collection of original memorabilia relating to many different periods of Irish history including The Rock of Cashel.  Close your eyes, step back in time and enjoy the inspiring journey of the real unadulterated history of Ireland.

We will then make our way to The Glen of Atherloe located between Slievenamuck and the Galtee Mountains, Tipperary’s most attractive and scenic holiday destination. We will stop off for lunch along the way.

After our exciting and historic day we will make our way back to our hotel where we will relax and unwind before enjoying a sumptuous meal at the hotel restaurant.

DAY 3

Today we start our morning with an enjoyable breakfast before we make our way to visit the iconic Bunratty Castle and adjoining folk park located near Shannon Town.   We will tour this iconic fortress, hear and see how the lords and ladies of this castle lived and hear stories of battles and bravery while enjoying the stunning views across the idyllic Clare countryside.   

After a spot of lunch in the renowned Durty Nellies we will make our way back to our hotel where we will relax and unwind before enjoying a sumptuous meal at the hotel restaurant.

DAY 4

After breakfast we will board our coach and take in St. John’s Castle. Although the site dates back to 922 when the Vikings lived on the Island, the castle itself was built on the orders of King John in 1200. From here we will make our way back home to our original pick-up points stopping off for lunch on the way.