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3 Night Castle Stay & Tour

3 Night Castle Stay and Tour – a luxurious private chauffeured vacation package in the South West of Ireland

Day 1 — Airport Meet & Greet 

Meet on arrival at Dublin / Shannon Airport.  Travel southwards in the direction of Limerick and Adare.  Stop at Adare for photos of this very quaint picturesque village of thatched cottages and ancient monastic heritage.  On towards Newcastlewest for visit of it’s superb Castle.   Continue towards Ballyseede Castle for  overnight.

Day 2  –  Private Tour of Dingle & Slea Head Drive

A private tour of Dingle & Slea Head drive for breathtaking scenery on the Wild Atlantic Way.  Stop when you want and for as long as you wish to enjoy this amazing landscape.  In my 20 odd years touring Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula is my favourite of all.  Green fields, white sandy beaches and the rugged Wild Atlantic Way.  Sheep, seagulls, donkeys and Dingle harbour which even has its own resident dolphin called ‘fungie’.  The dolphin is in the headlines at the moment as is gone missing.  He has been here for 37 years.  Dingle is very colorful with quirky shops and great restaurants.

See where the filming of ‘Ryan’s Daughter‘ took place on Slea Head Drive. It has amazing views onto the Blasket Islands in the Atlantic ocean, & it is said that on a clear day the statue of liberty can be seen from here!

Listen to the Gaelic language being spoken.  Visit Gallarus Oratory and hear all about St Brendan’s voyage. . . he discovered America before Columbus. Return via ‘The Conor Pass’ with it’s stunning views in mountainous landscape overlooking Tralee Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way.  The road that descends the mountain is very narrow but your local driver is well used to it!  You just sit back and take it all in.  A very memorable day.

  • Stop at Inch Beach en route to Dingle
  • Stop at Dingle town 
  • Many photo stops along Slea Head Drive
  • Visit Dunquin Pier
  • Coffee or lunch stop at Blasket Heritage Centre on Slea Head Drive
  • Visit Gallarus Oratory
  • Return via Conor Pass with it’s stunning views

Day 3  –  Private Ring of Kerry Tour from Ballyseede Castle

With over 20 years experience, we guarantee a great day of sightseeing on our Ring of Kerry Day Tour.  Travel in comfort with a top rated driver/guide.  Our tour includes a tour of Valentia Island and the Skellig Ring at the very Western tip of the Ring of Kerry.  If you take a coach tour you will not get to see any of this breathtaking scenery which is why a private tour is so much better.  The roads tend to be narrow here which makes it unsuitable for coaches.  Let us worry about the roads while you relax and take in the scenery and the stories told by your professional driver/guide.
Our itinerary is as follows; 
Visit Ballycarbery castle ruin and Cahergall fairy fort
Take car ferry to Valentia Island. (we can drive there if you prefer)
Stop at tetrapod trackway and Valentia Slate Quarry for photographs
Lunch at Portmagee.  
Continue to Kerry cliffs (optional walk)
Visit to skellig chocolate factory (optional)
Continue towards Waterville, Coomakista, Cahirdaniel and Sneem.  From Sneem, take the mountain road to Molls Gap and descend to Killarney National Park.  Stop and visit Torc Waterfall.   

Day 4  –   Transfer to Shannon or Dublin via Cliffs of Moher if time allows

Ballyseede Castle to the Cliffs of Moher via Tralee, Tarbert, Kilrush and Lahinch

We start our Cliffs of Moher Tour by travelling towards Tarbert where we cross the Shannon estuary by ferry.  With a bit of luck we might see some dolphins.   Arrive in county Clare & travel northwards via Kilrush to Liscannor to the Cliffs of Moher & the Burren.  Visit to St. Brigid’s Well en route.

The Cliffs of Moher run for about 9 miles & rise from between 390 ft to 702 ft.  They form part of The Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark, one of a family of geotourism destinations throughout Europe and members of the European Geoparks network.  The cliffs are also a signature point on the official Wild Atlantic Way trail.  The visitor centre at the cliffs has interactive media displays covering the geology, history, flora & fauna of the cliffs.

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