A Titanic Tour of Belfast & Dublin 2020

Dundalk is an excellent base from which to explore Ireland’s two capital cities and represents excellent value compared to being based in Dublin or Belfast - our fantastic packaged tour includes two boat cruises, medieval Carlingford and the excellent Titanic Belfast.

Clare says...
"I could not believe how wonderful this 4 star hotel was during a recent visit – a stunning country house setting with lovely grounds, fantastic public areas including a lovely large comfortable bar. Bedrooms are of a good size and very comfortable. This hotel is a real gem and in a superb location for touring."

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Day 1 Arrival

We arrive at our hotel in time for dinner.

Day 2 Belfast Harbour Cruise & Titanic Belfast
This morning, we travel to Belfast harbour and enjoy tea/coffee & scones before embarking on a guided boat tour of Titanic Harbour. We view the Titanic Quarter from the water and appreciate the vastness of this important industrial area. We continue our Titanic theme in the afternoon, visiting the world-famous Titanic Belfast which tells the Titanic story though nine spectacular interactive galleries housed in its iconic building.

Day 3 Carlingford & Rademon Estate Distillery
Today, we spend time in the nearby coastal town of Carlingford, one of the best preserved medieval towns in Ireland, boasting an idyllic location in the heart of the beautiful Cooley Peninsula. We take a 15 minute ferry journey across the Carlingford Lough, from Greenore to Greencastle, and enjoy a scenic coastal and Mourne Mountain drive. We have free time to enjoy lunch in Newcastle before we head to the Rademon Estate Distillery, home of Shortcross Gin, where we enjoy a tour and tasting as well as a £5 voucher redeemable against a bottle of Shortcross gin in the distillery shop.

Day 4 Dublin & Liffey River Cruise
This morning, we travel to Dublin and enjoy a 45 minute guided cruise on the River Liffey before enjoying free time to explore the many attractions Dublin has to offer, including the Guinness Store House, Jameson’s Distillery, Trinity College, Dublin Castle, St Patricks Cathedral or one of Dublin’s newest attractions such as EPIC Ireland or the GPO Witness History exhibition.

Day 5 Departure
After breakfast, we make our way home.

Ballymascanlon House Hotel

Dundalk, County Louth
AAAA Collection Hotel Historic Hotel
Located half way between Dublin and Belfast, this 4 star family owned hotel is run with pride and dedication. The impressive Victorian house forms the heart of the hotel which is located on the 140 acre Ballymascanlon estate. All 90 spacious bedrooms are very comfortable and kept to a high standard. There is an elegant, formal dining room with chandeliers, a large bar overlooking the gardens, a cosy lounge and an outside terrace. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, hydro pool, sauna, steam room and outdoor hot tub. Ground floor rooms • Lift • Bar • Restaurant • Tea/coffee in room • Leisure facilities • Coach parking is on-site & free of charge

Ballymascanlon House Hotel

Dundalk, County Louth
4 Nights Half Board
2020 Twin from £324pp
Double for Sole Use Supplement from £83

• Return ferry crossing Holyhead - Dublin
• Porterage & welcome tea/coffee
• Choice of menu & tea/coffee after dinner
• Tea & scones at Belfast Harbour
• 1 hour guided Titanic Harbour Boat Tour
• Entrance to Titanic Belfast
• Scenic Carlingford Ferry Greenore - Greencastle
• Tour & Tasting Rademon Estate Distillery
• 45 minute guided cruise Liffey River
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Prices starting from...

£324 for 5 days

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