North Wales and Dublin

This tour will provide a wonderful opportunity to explore two countries, with half of the tour in Dublin, where you will stay in a four star city center accessible hotel. You will spend time touring the city, visiting the Guinness Storehouse (with a complimentary pint) with day trips outside the city or to Co. Wicklow, Newgrange in the Boyne Valley and Co. Kildare.

There will also be a half day free to do some shopping in this exciting capital city or to visit museums or relax in the lovely St. Stephen’s Green, one of the most beautiful city parks in Europe.

You’ll then take a short trip on a high speed ferry to North Wales where you will be staying for three nights in a wonderful castle-hotel with good accessible rooms. From there you will visit Anglesey the famous Slate Caverns, Portmeirion, the majestic Caernarvon Castle and a wonderful demonstration of a working sheep farm, with a sheepdog and shearing demonstration and afternoon tea. The trip will end in Manchester airport on July 21st where you fly home non-stop to the USA.

 

All travel will be on a wheelchair accessible motorcoach using the services of a full time driver/guide throughout and a specialist guide in North Wales. Four nights accommodation in Dublin and three nights accommodations in North Wales at a unique castle/hotel are included in the tour in accessible rooms including full Irish/Welch breakfast daily as well as service charges and taxes. Four 3 course dinners are included as well as most entrance fees. Airport transfers from Dublin airport and to Manchester airport are included as well as luggage handling.

 

 

 

This tour gives you a wonderful opportunity to explore two very different and special countries experiencing the exciting city of Dublin Ireland as well as visiting the magical storybook country of Wales and enjoying its history and breathtaking scenery. Since we base in only one hotel in each country , you only have to change hotels once for a week of touring and yet spend 7 nights in wonderful accommodations reflecting each country in a different way. The tour is limited to approximately fifteen people, so there will be plenty of room on the coach for your comfort.