Voyage to the Emerald Isle on this customizable vacation, and spend eight luxurious nights staying in Dublin, Belfast, and charting your own course with your choice of Irish Bed & Breakfasts.
Your first two nights in Ireland will be spent in Dublin at the contemporary 4-star Croke Park Hotel, located near Dublin's city center. During your stay at the Croke Park enjoy all the hotel has to offer including the Sideline Bistro which boasts culinary delights that are sure to please any palate. In Dublin view historic Dublin Castle, take in the history and beauty of Trinity College including the majestic Book of Kells, and enjoy St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Your next night stay will be spent up North in the historic city of Belfast. The Europa Hotel is a towering landmark in the city of Belfast where you'll enjoy VIP treatment and luxury. While in Belfast enjoy the exciting new Titanic Belfast Experience! This interactive journey into the past takes you to from the origins of Titanic in the 1900's to her infamous voyage. Or you might travel to the Giant's Causeway in North Antrim; the majestic site along the coast of Ireland is truly breath-taking and memorable.
Enjoy your final four nights with open-voucher B&Bs throughout Ireland. The Irish pride themselves on their culture and kindness and the B&B experience in Ireland is one-of-a-kind. The full Irish breakfast served daily is an experience all its own including traditional Irish cuisine and locally grown produce served with a smile.
Perhpas you'll venture to Galway and take in the artistic culture and crafts of the city, as well as the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Or head South to lovely Waterford and take in the House of Waterford Crystal Factory tour, a treasure in Ireland for decades. The choice is yours with our voucher program!
Your last night will be spent back in lovely Dublin at the Croke Park Hotel. Take a double-decker bus tour of this beautiful city, and enjoy the quaint pubs, shopping, restaurants, and colorful Temple Bar District. Get an authentic pint of Ireland's top brew at The Guinness Storehouse and get a taste of true Ireland.
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Packages include roundtrip economy class airfare on valid transatlantic services as noted in specific package inclusions and as indicated on booking engine calendar which may also include code share flight agreements between carriers as indicated during the booking process; carriers may vary based on city of origin.
Other departure dates and origins are available at slightly higher rates. Prices are per person based on two people traveling together (unless specified otherwise) based on 7 day advance purchase and include roundtrip economy class airfare including carrier and government-imposed taxes and fees including the September 11th Security Fee of $2.50 per enplanement originating at a U.S. airport. Fluctuations in exchange rates may affect some taxes or fees.
Packages are subject to availability and are capacity controlled and may not be available on every date or on all flights and may be restricted to certain hotel room and car categories. Fares apply to North American originating passengers only. Full payment is made at the time of reservation. Seats are limited and fares may not be available on all flights. Higher fares may also be available throughout travel period. Cannot be combined with any other discount/promotion. Not eligible for accrual of frequent flyer points/mileage. Child/infant discounts not available. Stopovers are not permitted. Valid for new bookings only. Offers may be changed or withdrawn at any time without notice.
Cancellations /Changes: Fares are nonrefundable, except that for flights to/from the United States, you may cancel the ticketed reservation without penalty and receive a refund provided that you cancel the reservation within 24-hours after making it, if the reservation is made one week or more prior to a flight's departure. Substantial restrictions apply for cancellation/change and depend upon the package type.
Travel Trip Protection (including Pre-departure Trip Cancellation Waiver) will be offered during the booking process and if purchased you will be allowed to cancel/change your trip once for any reason up to 72 hours prior to departure and receive a refund of your payments made, less Travel Trip Protection costs and fees. Additional coverage for trip delay; missed connection; baggage and medical protections; and 24 hour worldwide assistance services are also included. If you have not purchased Travel Trip Protection, all bookings are non-refundable.
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The Ireland Bed & Breakfast package offers travelers the complete flexibility of creating their own itinerary. You can select your accommodations ahead of time, or take advantage of the flexibility of choosing them along the way. Enjoy your choice of accommodations from big cities to small towns to quaint villages to countryside manors. All of the B&Bs pride themselves on providing their guests with a fresh, home-cooked full Irish breakfast each morning and quality accommodations that cater to every need. At a B&B, you are much more than just a room number, you’re a welcomed guest.
Draw on the local knowledge, personal touch and warm welcome of your Irish hosts. Learn about all the best local restaurants, pubs, shops, attractions and activities. Your hosts specialize in the best services available from golf to walking tours of the area, to adventure breaks and much more.
Why Stay in a B&B?
Most bed and breakfasts are owned by the B&B operators themselves, who usually live on the premises. It's natural to expect that B&B operators who live in their own B&B's will bring a different perspective to the job.
At B&Bs, "customers" are truly guests, and it shows. The B&B owners will gladly help you find the best restaurant in town, the best pubs, point you to the best tourist attractions and local amenities and much much more.
Many B&Bs depend on word-of-mouth recommendations. Combine those two factors and it's easy to see why B&B owners go out of their way to make sure your stay provides some great memories of Ireland.
B&B check-in is between 3-6pm.
6 Great Reasons To Choose B&B Accommodations
The link below will help you find the perfect Irish B&B for you!
Located just across the street from Croke Park Stadium, GAA’s home of Gaelic sport, the Croke Park Hotel is just 10 minutes from Dublin’s city center. With a great standard of service, a variety of state-of-the-art facilities and a great location, this hotel provides an ideal base for visiting Dublin and surrounding areas.
The Croke Park Hotel offers resplendently modern design, stylish bedrooms, an open-kitchen restaurant, fully equipped fitness center, and impeccable service. The incredible staff at this popular hotel make it more than an inviting place to stay – with a passion for providing perfect service, they aim to make just being there a pleasure.
The Europa Hotel is on Belfast's Golden Mile, next to the Grand Opera House and facing the Crown Bar, the National Trust's only public house. Castle Court and Victoria Square shopping centers are a 15 minute walk away, and Belfast Zoo is 15 minutes’ drive away.
In the heart of Belfast’s city center, this 4-star hotel is next to Great Victoria Street Train Station. Guests can enjoy luxurious rooms and dining in the contemporary bistro. Spacious and elegant, The Europa Hotel’s rooms offer modern bathrooms decorated with glass and chrome. Guests can enjoy luxury bedding with designer fabrics from Ralph Lauren, and a flat-screen TV.
Ailwee Caves (County Clare): Formed by ice age thaws, the Ailwee Caves were discovered in the 1940s. Guided tours show off caverns, underground waterfalls, stalagmite and stalactite formations, and the remains of brown bears, which have been extinct in Ireland for thousands of years. Click here for more information.
Aran Islands (County Galway): A 40-minute boat ride from the mainland into the Galway Bay takes visitors to the Aran Islands, a collection of rugged, limestone islands that contain several Iron Age forts and other attractions. The main draw is Dun Aengus, a stone fort perched in the towering cliffs of the island of Inishmor. Click here for more information.
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park (County Clare): The 15th-century Bunratty Castle is the best-restored example of a medieval fortress in Ireland. The Folk Park serves up a living museum showing what rural life was like in the 1800s, with authentic reconstructions of farmhouses, cottages and shops. Click here for more information.
The Burren (County Clare): The Burren gets its name from the Irish bhoireann, or “rocky place.” The 155-square-mile landscape looks moon-like it parts, but with the addition of wildflowers and farms. A section has been designated as the Burren National Park. Click here for more information.
Cliffs of Moher (County Clare): One of the most popular landmarks in Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher rise vertically 700 feet over a constantly churning sea. Take in the view of Galway Bay from O'Brien's Tower (it sits dead center in the middle of the five-mile long cliffs). On clear days it is possible to see all the way to the Aran Islands. On the hillside is a modest visitor center, and there are several different hikes for nature enthusiasts. Click here for more information.
Connemara National Park (County Galway): The wilds of Connemara National Park include mountains that are part of the famous Twelve Bens range. There are trails to hike plus the attraction of resident Connemara ponies. Click here for more information.
Galway Atlantaquaria (County Galway): The National Aquarium of Ireland is a kid-friendly place that is home to 170 species of marine and freshwater sealife. Kids can touch creatures including rays and starfish. Click here for more information.
Skelligs Islands (County Kerry): Visible for much of the drive along the Ring of Kerry, the small, steep Skelligs Islands are famed for a 16th-century Christian monastery perched 525 feet above see level that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nature enthusiasts come to the island for the thriving seabird populations, including gannets and puffins.