Only have 12 days? Take to the roads less travelled, and the places well loved. Visit sky-high cliffs and relax in the warm welcomes you'll receive in our buzzing towns and villages.
From the Causeway Coast and the Wild Atlantic Way to the Sunny South East and the 11 cities in between, now's the time to start exploring the Island of Ireland.
From £89 - £129 per room
€35 per person
€30 per adult / €25 per child. Includes equipment and beach transfers.
1 Night B&B, a Peppermint & Seaweed Sugar Glow Treatment, & a Voya Mini Facial - 85 mins, full use of the Seiod Thermal Suite from £180 pp
From €139 per room per night based on two people sharing
€165 per person
Introductory price of €25, please call or email to book the tour.
For €75 per person
1 Night B&B, a bottle of Sparkling Wine & Chocolate Strawberries in room, £30 credit towards evening meal, use of the thermal spa suite from £90 pp
from €575 per person
From €799 per person
From €1650 Per Person Sharing
From £45 per person sharing
Incl Welcome Hamper, Kids Activity Pack x 2, Marble Arch Caves Family Pass, Easter Egg Hunt, Complimentary Family Pass to Enniskillen Castle for £287
Offers from €1699.00
€590 pps Low Season Twin or Double
From £79 - £139pps
For €45 per person - Every Friday. Rain or Shine.
€330 per night for two people sharing
From £219 - £259
Three nights, get the fourth for free £600
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