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11 Day Discover Ireland Tour

Your Dream Small-Group Tour Of Ireland

Relax into your seat for a once-in-a-lifetime journey of discovery around Northern Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way.

Visit the Cliffs of Moher, tour Northern Ireland and discover remote Donegal. Stay in an authentic Irish castle hotel. Enjoy 2 days in Connemara and 2 fun nights in Dingle.

This 11 Day Discover Ireland Tour is a complete culture trip of Ireland - the perfect way to get the most out of your Irish vacation!

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "The small group tour is the only way to go and Vagabond has it down to a science. We felt the pace was perfect and the sites selected were excellent.

I highly recommend the small tour van concept, the tour company and our guide for a once in a life time trip!" Guest Review APRIL 2024

🔄 TOUR DIRECTION: This tour itinerary can run in either clockwise or counter-clockwise direction around Ireland.

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The trip was terrific
- great pace - plenty of free time. Beautiful scenery. Great stops and good hotels. Food was also excellent. Our tour guide Paddy was awesome - very well informed/knowlegeable, social/outgoing, customer experience oriented
Patti G, 15th Jul 2024
the driver /guide (brendan) was…
the driver /guide (brendan) was fantastic,very knowledged of everywhere we went.the history ,geography present situation.just a plethora of knowledge.a great personality.what else could we ask
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the places we visited where great,just not enough time.
Trevor Johnston, 12th Jul 2024
Fun People and Breathtaking Adventures
Our discover Ireland 11 day tour was absolutely amazing. We had wonderful people we met. Ate delicious fresh food. Our guide Brian W. was absolutely five-star outstanding. He was funny, I Storyteller, baggage handler, navigator, adult wrangler, DJ, comedian, and so much more the trip would not have been the same without Brian.
Janet Stephenson, 12th Jul 2024

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Don’t look any further. It would be a waste of time!

My friend and I did the 11 day “Discover Ireland” Driftwood tour in April. It was amazing…not just because the country is gorgeous and the people friendly but because our guide Jason was incredible. The accommodations were lovely and the food yummy.

Seriously, I wish I was still there.

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The small group tour is the only way to go and Vagabond has it down to a science. We felt the pace was perfect and the sites selected were excellent.

I highly recommend the small tour van concept, the tour company and our guide for a once in a life time trip!

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Best trip ever, plenty to do and see but did have some good down time as well.

Shane really made the tour extra special and went out of his way to make sure the tour was as smooth and seamless as possible.

Would highly recommend Vagabond.

 

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Tour FAQs

Find answers to questions about the 11 Day Driftwood Discover Ireland Tour itinerary.

Is My Small Group Tour of Ireland Clockwise or Counter-Clockwise?

Our most popular small group tours travel around Ireland in two directions; clockwise and counter-clockwise.

Apart from the direction, the itineraries are identical; both versions feature the same hotels, activities, guides, vehicles and pick-up/drop-off point in Dublin.

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11 Day Tours: What's The Difference?

The short answer is: very, very little. Due to demand, we operate multiple weekly departures of our 11 Day Driftwood Discover Ireland Tour, as well as a single weekly departure of our brand new 11 Day Driftwood Ring of Ireland Tour itinerary.

These tours largely follow the same itinerary. They are all easy-paced Driftwood tours. They all visit Northern Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way with 2 nights in Clifden (Connemara).

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What Currency Will I Need On Tour?

There are two currencies used on the island of Ireland. Which one you need, depends on which part of Ireland you're visiting.

You'll use Euro (€) while visiting the Republic of Ireland. Northern Ireland's currency is the Pound sterling (£).

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Which Small Group Tours of Ireland Visit Donegal?

Donegal is one of our favourite places to visit in Ireland. We know you'll love it too!

The following tour itineraries explore Donegal.

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When & Where Do Vagabond/Driftwood Tours Depart From?

All of our tours leave from our pick-up/drop-off point at the Grand Canal Hotel in Dublin.

Our pick-up times from the Grand Canal Hotel vary by tour:

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Who Guides The Tours?

All of our tours are fully guided by our team of expert driver guides.

We call them VagaGuides.

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What Activities Have Weight Limits?

We always put guest safety first on Vagabond Cultural Adventures.

For this reason, when engaging in kayaking and horseback-riding activities, the following personal weight limits apply:

🐴 Horseback-Riding

Male weight limit: 238lbs / 17 stone / 108kg

Female weight limit: 225lbs / 16 stone / 102kg

🛶 Kayaking

Per person Double Kayak weight limit: 110kg / 17.5 stone / 245lbs

Total Double Kayak weight limit for 2 guests: 190kg / 30 stone / 420lbs

Per person Single Kayak weight limit: 92kg / 14.5 stone / 200lbs.

 

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Are There Any Luggage Restrictions?

Owing to the compact nature of our small-group tour vehicles, we operate a strict limit of one piece of luggage per person.

Your single piece of luggage should measure no longer than 30” (75cm) along its longest side. This 30” (75cm) includes any wheels that may protrude from the luggage.

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Which Small-Group Tours Visit Northern Ireland?

We love introducing our guests to the wonderful cities and surprisingly wild coastline of Northern Ireland.

The following four small-group tour itineraries visit Northern Ireland:

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What Day Do Tours Return To Dublin?

To help you plan your return flights, here are the days and times that our tours return to Dublin.

The return point for all tours is Dublin's Grand Canal Hotel

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What Tours Visit Dingle?

Dingle is one of our favourite small towns in Ireland. We know you'll love it too!

The following 8 tour itineraries stop in Dingle.

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Where Can I Do Laundry On Tour?

Serviced laundry facilities are available on tours that stay 2 nights in the following towns:

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Do All Hotels Provide Separate Bathrooms?

Yes, all hotel rooms on Vagabond and Driftwood Tours of Ireland are ensuite.

Expect your own separate bathroom with toilet, sink and shower and/or bath.

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Can I Access My Bag While On Tour?

It's difficult to access your main luggage or suitcase while on tour. Luggage is securely packed in our tour vehicles. As a result, it's not easy for your driver guide to access individual items of baggage during the day.

However, you can easily access your luggage at each hotel. So that you have your travel essentials close at hand, we recommend bringing a daypack, or backpack, that you can keep beside you in the tour vehicle.

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Which Small Group Tours Visit The Wild Atlantic Way?

The Wild Atlantic Way is one of our favourite routes to tour.

Here are all of the small-group tour itineraries that explore the Wild Atlantic Way.

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Which Small Group Tours of Ireland Visit Garnish Island?

Garnish Island features a beautiful formal garden, warm microclimate and Martello Tower. This amazing destination is located in a sheltered bay near Glengarriff in deepest West Cork.

The following Driftwood Journeys of Discovery feature a Garnish Island Boat Trip Option:

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Hotels

We put great effort into selecting accommodation. Your 11 Day Driftwood Discover Ireland Tour will overnight in locally-owned establishments (in some cases for generations). No hotel chains here!

🔄 Please note that your 11 Day Driftwood Discover Ireland Tour itinerary may run in either clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. Minor differences in accommodation exist between the two directions of the tour. Please contact us if you have any queries in this regard.

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Ballygally Castle Hotel

Ever stayed the night in a haunted castle? Now you can.

Sitting proudly on the scenic Northern Ireland coast, Ballygally Castle Hotel features a 400 year old tower house which is home to a friendly ghost. Spooky!

Ballygally is the only 17th century building still used as a residence in Northern Ireland today.

This elegant and welcoming hotel has become a firm guest favourite on our small-group tours of Northern Ireland.

A view of Ballygally castle at dusk
The gardens of ballygally castle with a blue sky

Bishops Gate Hotel

Originally built in 1899, Bishop's Gate occupies an historic building in the centre of Derry/Londonderry.

Our lucky Vagabond and Driftwood guests who stay here tend to love the blend of stunning Edwardian architecture with stylish rooms.

Historical Derry/Londonderry is a fully walled city in Northern Ireland.

It is famous for its intact walls, featuring 7 gates; hence the name Bishop's Gate!

Mount Falcon Estate Hotel

Situated in the heart of the Moy Valley, the 4 star Mount Falcon Estate offers 100 acres of magical woodlands to add to the adventure of the day.

If you have time, make sure you experience the hotel's spa and a falconry experience

This Victorian Gothic manor house was originally built as a wedding gift.

It's widely recognised as one of the the most romantic historic hotels in Ireland; perfect if you have an anniversary while on tour.

Exterior view of Mount Falcon House and Estate
Interior design of main bedroom in Mount Falcon House

Ocean Sands Hotel

The Ocean Sands is located in Sligo, in Ireland's northwest.

This modern hotel is nestled on a pristine beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

The seaside Ocean Sands Hotel reflects the best of Irish hospitality.

After fun days on the road with Vagabond & Driftwood, you can enjoy delicious cuisine and breathtaking ocean views from the restaurant, bar or one of the comfortable guest rooms.

Exterior of Ocean Sands Hotel in Sligo
Bedroom at Ocean Sands Hotel in Ireland

Clifden Station House Hotel

The Galway to Clifden railway first opened in 1895.

The original railway station buildings have been thoughtfully restored to house the Clifden Station House Hotel & Spa.

This charming, family-run hotel features a railway theme. The red-brick buildings incorporates many of the original Victorian features, including the old railway platform.

It’s a fantastic example of old world Ireland.

 

Exterior of red brick bar building at Clifden Station House Hotel
An aerial view of clifden with a view of the houses & hills in the background

Lahinch Coast Hotel

Sandwiched between gorgeous Spanish Point and the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, Lahinch is perfectly placed for you to enjoy the Wild Atlantic Way.

The Lahinch Coast Hotel is a bright, spacious and contemporary space located only a stone's throw away from a beautiful sandy beach.

Dine on delicious Irish food, avail of the hotel swimming pool and then fall asleep in your cosy room to the sound of crashing Atlantic waves.

Lahinch Coast Hotel in Clare - exterior
The double bed in the lahinch coast hotel

Dingle Benners Hotel

Rich heritage. Classic interiors. Award-winning food.

One of Dingle’s most venerated hotels, Dingle Benners, boasts heritage spanning 350 years.

From the moment you arrive, you’ll be captivated by old world charm and modern comfort.

Centrally located, Dingle Benners is perfect after a day of relaxing adventures in beautiful west Kerry.

The front door of the dingle benners hotel with a bike outside and flower hanging baskets
The interior design of a main double room in the Dingle Benners Hotel

Eccles Hotel

The Eccles Hotel is situated in the quaint village of Glengarriff overlooking Bantry Bay

A mix of authentic old world charm and modern comfort awaits you at the Eccles Hotel.

It's the perfect place to retreat to after exploring West Cork with Vagabond and Driftwood Tours of Ireland.

Vegans, veggies and vegetable-lovers — make sure you check out the fully vegan a la carte menu in the Eccles Hotel restaurant.

Exterior of Eccles Hotel in Cork
Outdoor lunch table

Gougane Barra Hotel

Gougane Barra Hotel is a family-run establishment, spectacularly located in Cork, on the edge of a lake.

Rob discovered this magical place on the very first Vagabond tour, way back in 2002!

Neil and Katy Lucey's hotel has been delighting our tour guests ever since.

Many of our Vagabond and Driftwood Tours visit Gougane Barra when passing through the southwest.

A view of the gougane barra church from across the lake
A group of guests standing outside the church in gougane barra

Macroom Castle Hotel

Expect a warm Irish welcome at the Castle Hotel in Cork.

This comfortable hotel has been managed by the Buckley family for 3 generations.

It's a great place to unwind after a full day of adventures on Vagabond & Driftwood tours.

The exterior of Castle Hotel lit up as darkness falls on Macroom
The interior design of a triple room in the Castle Hotel with a breakfast displayed also in the room
Inclusions

All Driftwood tours are flexible. Your 11 Day Driftwood Discover Ireland Tour is no different.

Unmissable activities are included. Where there are great options, we’ve left the final decision up to you. Feel free to choose your evening meals and lunches. All additional tour options are marked clearly below.

What's Included In Your Trip
  • A journey of discovery in a slick Mercedes mini-coach
  • The services of a highly-trained and professional VagaGuide tour guide
  • 11 full days on tour
  • 10 nights' accommodation
  • 10 delicious and filling hot Irish breakfasts
  • A 1 night castle stay
  • A sheepdog demo & Irish sheep farm experience
  • Guided tour of Bantry House, Hillsborough Castle and Aughnanure Castle
  • Guided walking tour of Derry/Londonderry
  • Entrance into Kylemore Abbey, Dunluce Castle, the Giant’s Causeway, Blarney Castle & Gardens and Cahir Castle
  • Shannon ferry tickets

All details of prices and suppliers listed here are correct at time of publication. Our suppliers occasionally increase prices for optional tour activities during the touring season. This is a rare occurence. In the unlikely event of a major price increase, we will do our utmost to update you.

** Cash is required for this activity. No card payment available.

 

Flexible and optional activities on tour
  • Black Cab Tour**
    £20.00
    Guided Belfast tour. Recommended. Cash Required (£GBP Sterling).
  • Titanic Experience
    £24.95
    Self-guided tour of the world's largest Titanic visitor experience.
  • Garnish Island Boat Trip
    €19.00
    Scenic boat trip to Garnish Island plus admission to botanical gardens.
  • Giant's Causeway Shuttle Bus**
    £1/€1.20
    Shuttle bus from Giant's Causeway visitor centre to the stone formation.
  • Boat Trip in Dingle Bay
    €10.00
    Harbour cruise around scenic Dingle Bay.
  • Golf in Dingle
    Variable
    Play 18 holes at Dingle’s links course. All day activity.
  • Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride**
    €20.00
    Horse-drawn carriage ride in Killarney National Park. Cash required.
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Dramatic shot of very small people standing on top of the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland
Visit the stunning Cliffs of Moher on the Wild Atlantic Way
The Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland at sunrise
Tour the spectacular Causeway Coastal Route in Northern Ireland
Scenic setting of 18th century Bantry House and Garden in West Cork, Ireland
Visit scenic 18th century Bantry House in wonderful West Cork
Two horse-drawn jaunting carriages in Killarney National Park, Ireland
Take a horse-drawn carriage ride around Killarney National Park
Poulnabrone Dolmen in the Burren
Marvel at 5,000 year old dolmens in the Burren National Park
Pier in Roundstone with Connemara mountain range in background
Explore the savage beauty of Connemara on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way
Drifter tour vehicle stops on the scenic Slea Head Drive in Dingle
Kerry is your home from home for 2 fun-filled nights on the beautiful Dingle peninsula
Master crystal craftsman Sean Daly in his studio in Dingle, Ireland
See Irish craft masters at work in their studios, like Sean Daly of Dingle Crystal
Scenic gardens of Garnish Island in Glengarriff, West Cork, Ireland
Take a boat trip to the gorgeous gardens of Garnish Island
Driftwood Tour Group gazing out over scenic Killary Harbour/Fjord from Tom Nee's sheep farm in Ireland
Visit a real working sheep farm on the shores of Ireland's only fjord
The inside of the Rock of Cashel
Tour the epic Rock of Cashel with its stunning natural setting and historic architecture.
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11 Day Driftwood Discover Ireland Tour Intro & Highlights

  • Visit top Ireland destinations like the stunning Cliffs of Moher and the Blarney Stone.
  • Castle hotel stay featuring a 17th century tower and a resident ghost.
  • Tour magnificent coastal routes in Northern Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way.
  • Walk in the footsteps of Finn McCool on the legendary Giant's Causeway.
  • Spend 2 days soaking up some of Ireland’s most stunning natural scenery in Connemara.
  • Downtime in Dingle with 2 nights to catch fantastic live Irish music and quaint pubs.
  • Be amazed by a guided historic walking tour of Ireland’s only walled city: Derry/Londonderry.
  • Meet friendly Irish locals during authentic local experiences - like a guided farm tour and sheepdog demo.
  • TOUR DIRECTION: This is the counter-clockwise itinerary, departing Tuesdays. View itineraries for clockwise Tuesday departures or counter-clockwise Monday departures.

Day 1: Belfast Tour & Castle Hotel Stay

Begin your tour from Dublin and travel to Northern Ireland's Causeway Coast via Belfast.

  • Cross into Northern Ireland (remember, UK £ sterling required).
  • Guided tour of Hillsborough Castle & Gardens, the British Royal Family's residence in Northern Ireland (Fee Included).
  • Explore Belfast with a guided Black Cab Tour (Optional Extra) or enjoy a visit to the fantastic Titanic Centre (Optional Extra) or follow the Game of Thrones trail.

Accommodation tonight is at Ballygally Castle Hotel.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

An aerial shot of the causeway coast with a view of the beach and sea
An aerial shot of the causeway coast with a view of the beach and sea
17th century Ballygally castle tower in Northern Ireland

Day 2: The Giant's Causeway Coast

Start the day touring the Northern Ireland coastline before heading to Derry/Londonderry.

  • Discover one of the world’s most spectacular drives, the Causeway Coastal Route.
  • Walk in the footsteps of the mythical Irish giant, Finn McCool, on the legendary Giant’s Causeway (Fee Included). Shuttle bus available (Optional Extra).
  • Options for a whiskey tasting at Bushmills (Optional Extra) and a stop at clifftop Dunluce Castle (Fee Included).

Accommodation tonight is at The Bishop's Gate Hotel.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland
The jaw-dropping Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland
Dunluce Castle ruins in Northern Ireland
Clifftop Dunluce Castle on the Causeway Coast

Day 3: Derry/Londonderry, Sligo & Donegal

Explore Derry/Londonderry before departing Northern Ireland, visiting Donegal and Sligo and ending the day in Mayo.

  • Guided walking tour of Derry/Londonderry, Ireland’s only intact walled city (Fee Included).
  • Visit an ancient stone ringfort at Grianán of Aileach.
  • Stop by Donegal town, the home of Donegal tweed and various tempting craft shops.
  • Honour Irish poet and Nobel Laureate, WB Yeats, in Sligo.

Accommodation tonight is at The Mount Falcon Estate & Spa or The Ocean Sands Hotel.

The average driving time today is 4 hours.

A panoramic view of the walled city of Derry
A panoramic view of the walled city of Derry
Tour group at stone ring fort while touring Ireland for 2 weeks

Day 4: Mayo & Connemara

Westward we go, moving from Mayo to Clifden, Galway.

Accommodation tonight is at The Clifden Station House Hotel.

The average driving time today is 3 hours.

Four smiling female friends on tour in Ireland
The centre of Westport in the west of Ireland

Day 5: Tour Connemara & Kylemore Abbey

Dive deeper into the region of Connemara, starting and ending the day in Clifden.

  • Admire Kylemore Abbey, one of Ireland’s most beautiful buildings (Fee Included).
  • Discover the wild landscapes, charming villages, craft shops, pubs and cottages of Connemara.
  • Watch clouds roll off the Twelve Bens mountain range amid picture-postcard beauty.

Accommodation tonight is at The Clifden Station House Hotel.

The average driving time today is 2 hours.

Guest Christina Kelleigh's shot of Kylemore Abbey
Scenic lake with trees and mountain in the background in Ireland

Day 6: Castle Tour & The Burren

Heading south, we'll leave Connemara and circuit Galway Bay to reach Clare by day's end.

  • Take a guided castle tour of historic 16th century Aughnanure (Fee Included).
  • Visit the City of the Tribes - buzzy and bohemian Galway.
  • Explore the Burren National Park with its amazing limestone landscape, unique flora and ancient monuments.
  • End the day in dramatic fashion at the 700ft high Cliffs of Moher (Fee Included).

Accommodation tonight is at The Lahinch Coast Hotel.

The average driving time today is 4 hours.

The spectacular Cliffs of Moher in Ireland during a 12 day tour
Blue skies over Aughnanure Castle in Ireland

Day 7: Sheep Farm Tour

Wake up in Spanish Point, explore the Clare coastline and then watch the sun set over Kerry.

  • Tour a working sheep farm for a live sheepdog demo (Fee Included).
  • Be amazed by the life of Antarctic explorer, Tom Crean, at his former pub, the South Pole Inn.
  • Roll into bustling Dingle to sample colourful pubs and live music.

Accommodation tonight is at Dingle Benners Hotel.

The average driving time today is 3 hours.

Driftwood guests watching a sheepdog demonstration
Driftwood guests watching a sheepdog demonstration
The Dingle Bay Hotel, one of our tour overnights in colourful Dingle

Day 8: Free Time in Dingle

Free time to explore Dingle or choose from a range of optional activities.

  • Experience one of Ireland's most stunning scenic drives on Slea Head.
  • Explore Dingle Bay on a scenic boat trip (Optional Extra).
  • Golfers will enjoy Dingle’s excellent links course (Optional Extra).

Accommodation tonight is at Dingle Benners Hotel.

The average driving time today is 1 hours 30 minutes.

Scenic Slea Head Drive landscape
Traditional Irish musicians performing in a pub

Day 9: Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride

Starting in Dingle, we'll take the scenic route to Glengariff in Cork, via Killarney.

  • Take a scenic horse-drawn carriage ride around Killarney National Park (Optional Extra).
  • See the magical 1,000 year old yew tree growing at the heart of ruined Muckross Abbey.
  • No one truly knows what ancient stone circles were used for. Let your imagination run wild!

Accommodation tonight is at Eccles Hotel Glengarriff.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Aerial shot of tour group standing around a stone circle in Ireland
A tour guest meets a native red deer in Killarney National Park in Ireland

Day 10: Gardens & Island Boat Trip in Cork

Expect rugged roads and superb scenery as we explore the remote Beara Peninsula.

  • Imagine ancient rituals at a mysterious Neolithic stone circle.
  • Watch for seals on the boat trip from Glengariff to Garnish Island and its beautiful gardens (Optional Extra).
  • Tour stately Bantry House & Gardens, inhabited by the same family since the 18th century.

Accommodation tonight is at The Gougane Barra Hotel or The Castle Hotel Macroom.

The average driving time today is 1 hours 30 minutes.

The formal gardens outside elegant Bantry House in Ireland
Savour the scenery at 18th Bantry House in West Cork
A Driftwood tour vehicle parked at a scenic spot on the Healy Pass in Ireland

Day 11: Blarney Stone & Cahir Castle

Today we'll start to turn back towards Dublin — but not before seeing some of Ireland's highlights in Cork and Tipperary!

  • Kiss the Blarney Stone in the lush surroundings of Blarney Castle Gardens (Fee Included).
  • Guided tour in and around Cahir Castle, one of Ireland’s largest medieval fortresses (Fee Included).
  • Disembark your Drifter tour vehicle back at the Grand Canal Hotel in Dublin between 5-6pm.

The average driving time today is 5 hours.

The Rock of Cashel in Ireland
Blarney Castle in Ireland
Explore the charming gardens of Blarney Castle
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