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11 Day Discover Ireland Tour

A Truly Unforgettable Culture Trip Through Ireland

This 11 Day Discover Ireland Tour is the perfect way to get the most out of your Ireland vacation. Relax into your seat for a once-in-a-lifetime journey of discovery around Ireland’s wild and unforgettable coast.

As with the rest of our Driftwood Ireland Tours, this experience is a relaxing combination of both cultural and small-group tour of Ireland. Visit the Cliffs of Moher on the Wild Atlantic Way. Tour Northern Ireland and remote Donegal. Stay in an authentic Irish castle hotel. Enjoy 2 days in idyllic Connemara and 2 fun nights in Dingle. This is a complete culture trip of Ireland.

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Alternatively, discover a completely different side of Ireland on our blissful 6 Day Ancient Ireland Tour

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All tours are charged in EURO. Single Supplements apply to Single Room Occupancy.

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What's Included

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 stay in an Irish castle
  • A working Irish sheep farm experience
  • Guided tour of 18th century Bantry House
  • Guided tour of Aughnanure Castle/Donegal Castle
  • Entrance into the Giant’s Causeway
  • Entrance into Blarney Castle and Gardens
  • Entrance into the Rock of Cashel
  • Shannon ferry tickets
  • Most daily activities and visits (see Tour Options below)

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.

Flexible and optional activities on tour
  • Black Cab Tour
    £15.00
    Guided tour of historic Belfast. Highly Recommended.
  • Titanic Experience
    £21.50
    Self-guided tour of the world's largest Titanic visitor experience
  • Bushmills Whiskey Tasting
    £10.00
    Tasting at the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery
  • Dunluce Castle
    £5.65
    Self-guided tour of clifftop Dunluce Castle
  • Boat Trip in Dingle Bay
    €10.00
    Harbour cruise in Dingle Bay
  • Garnish Island Boat Trip
    €18.00
    Scenic boat trip to Garnish Island plus admission to botanical gardens
  • Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride
    €15.00
    Scenic horse-drawn carriage ride around Killarney National Park
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From my first booking inquiry to saying goodbye to my superb guide Joe, who we nicknamed “ Vagabond Joe,” my experience was totally first class, professional in every way, and caring. Accommodation standards were high, including resort and destination-type venues. The food included some of the best seafood I have eaten in many years, and I am from Florida. Our guides‘s c…
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A wonderful taste of Ireland
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I just finished the 11 day Driftwood Discover Ireland tour with Joe as our amazing guide. This trip was the fulfillment of a 50 yr. old dream and, not only did Joe make it better than I hoped, the tour just made me want more time in Ireland! It was so hard to choose a tour, then covid interfered with plans. Everyone I dealt with …
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Well organized with excellent tour guide and support staff. We would definitely recommend to others. Especially loved the small bus and small group.
Product : Good length to see entire perimeter of Ireland.
Jon and Patricia, 22nd Jun 2022

2021 TripAdvisor Reviews For This Tour

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Fantastic 11 Day Driftwood Tour
Great relaxed 11 day Ireland tour with our excellent guide, Damien. We enjoyed most of the hotels in spite of the Covid restrictions and loved the small group experience. We enjoyed our stops from archaeology, beautiful landscapes, excellent meals to politics in Northern Ireland. I had some mobility problems but I was always able to enjoy the tour managing those sites with a cane and my husband's arm. At a couple of places I chose to go and eat lunch in the pub instead (if the climb was too steep or the terrain too rough). No problem! I loved the fact we didn’t have to leave at the crack of dawn like so many tour groups but had time to enjoy the area around the hotel or even to get up a little later. The places we visited were all interesting. I can’t recommend this tour enough.
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Wonderful Tour of Ireland
My husband and I have wanted to see Ireland for many years. Finally we decided on a Driftwood 11 day tour of Ireland even though friends said it would be easy to self drive Ireland. It was the best decision we ever made. Every hotel exceeded our expectations - comfortable beds, excellent breakfasts, hot showers, amazing views and great locations.
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Wonderful sights in amazing Ireland
We had a great tour of the country. The group was only 13 people and it was fun getting to know everyone. Hotels were wonderful, small and very charming. Our tour guide, Ed did a great job. She was knowledgeable and made sure we had everything we needed. I would highly recommend this trip.
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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.
Accommodation

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

They say location is everything. If so, Ballygally Castle has it all! Sitting proudly on the scenic Antrim coast, the 400 year old castle is the only 17th century building still used as a residence in Northern Ireland today. This 4 star hotel has recently undergone major refurbishment and is one of the finest hotel on the famous Causeway Coastal Route. Its tasteful contemporary décor, combined with the traditional character of the hotel, adds to the welcoming atmosphere.

Exterior of Ballygally Castle Hotel at dusk
The stunning gardens and exterior of Ballygally Castle

Shipquay Hotel, Derry

Overlooking the City Walls and the famous Guildhall, Shipquay Hotel is a luxurious and intimate boutique hotel in the heart of Derry. The origins of the building date back to 1895 when it was originally constructed for the Provincial Bank of Ireland. Shipquay oozes personality, character and style throughout.

The exterior of the Shipquay hotel in Derry
The interior of the double room in Shipquay hotel

Roe Park Hotel

Set amid the gorgeous surroundings of the Roe Valley Country Park, this 4-star hotel blends the charm of a country house estate with modern luxuries and convenience. All rooms have been beautifully decorated and offer fabulous views of either the golf course or courtyard garden. The Roe Park Hotel is the perfect place to relax and enjoy your stay in Northern Ireland.

Aerial shot of Roe Park Resort in Northern Ireland
Hotel room at Roe Park Resort in Northern Ireland

Mount Falcon Estate

Situated in the heart of the Moy Valley on the banks of the River Moy, the 4 star Mount Falcon Estate and Hotel offers 100 acres of magical woodlands. The Estate is perfectly located for exploring The Wild Atlantic Way. Originally constructed as a wedding gift, this Victorian Gothic manor house exudes understated elegance and is widely recognised as the most romantic house in Ireland.

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

Ocean Sands Hotel

The Ocean Sands is an award-winning 4-star hotel nestled a pristine beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Sligo. This seaside hotel reflects the best of Irish hospitality, acclaimed cuisine and breathtaking ocean views which can be enjoyed from the tempting restaurant, inviting bar area or one of the comfortable guest rooms.

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

Diamond Coast Hotel

This friendly hotel in Sligo is the perfect base for a your Driftwood tour as your explore the northwest of Ireland. As one of the most scenic hotels in Sligo, the Diamond Coast Hotel has a particular appeal for those with a passion for the outdoors as it is in strolling distance from wonderful Enniscrone beach.

Route to Enniscrone beach from Diamond Coast Hotel in Sligo
Diamond Coast Hotel in Sligo

Clifden Station House Hotel

The Galway to Clifden railway was opened officially on the 1st of January 1895. It operated until 1935 with the closure of the railway line. The buildings of the old railway station have been thoughtfully restored to house the Clifden Station House Hotel. It features a railway theme incorporating many of the original features, including the old railway platform. It’s a fantastic example of old world Ireland, thoughtfully restored.

The interior of the Clifden Station House bar and restaurant
The interior design of a main bedroom in the Clifden Station House Hotel

Wild Atlantic Lodge

The Wild Atlantic Lodge is ideally located along the Wild Atlantic Way in Ballyvaughan Village in the heart of The Burren. The Hotel has a very cosy relaxing atmosphere as they aim to make the service as personal as they can. It is ideally located for touring The Burren, discovering the Cliffs of Moher and seeing the Aran Islands.

"We go the extra mile for our guests and do everything in our power to ensure that all guests have a pleasant experience when staying with us."
The bar and restaurant in the Wild Atlantic Lodge with the television on and Guinness on the table
The interior of a main double room in the Wild Atlantic Lodge with a Lighthouse painted on the wall

Dingle Benners Hotel

Dingle’s oldest hotel Dingle Benners has a heritage dating back over 350 years. Their old world charm and elegance will captivate you from the moment you arrive. It is one of the most luxurious hotels, offering you the best of both worlds traditional Irish warmth and comfort coupled with the best of modern facilities. Situated in the centre of Dingle Town, in the heart of West Kerry, Dingle Benners is regarded as one of the best located Kerry hotels.

"Our team have excellent local knowledge and we will ensure that you make the very most of your time on the Wild Atlantic Way."
The traditional Irish interior of the Dingle Benners bar and Restaurant with a lighting fire
The interior design of a main double room in the Dingle Benners Hotel

Eccles Hotel

Situated in the quaint village of Glengarriff overlooking Bantry Bay, the Eccles Hotel is a beautiful hotel boasting over 250 years of history. Our olde worlde charm and stunning location on the beautiful Beara Peninsula in West Cork makes Eccles Hotel the perfect place to retreat to.

Exterior of Eccles Hotel in Cork
Outdoor lunch table

Glengarriff Park Hotel

This hotel is ideally located in the heart of the peaceful village of Glengarriff, County Cork. Take a walk through the 60 acres of Parks, Botanical Gardens and Nature Reserve right on our doorstep. The Glengarriff Park Hotel in West Cork is well known for it’s magical scenery, surrounded by hills and mountains and glittering blue seas, overlooking Bantry Bay. Glengarriff is also noted for the variety of plants and marine life that flourish here due to the warmth of the gulf stream.

The main entrance to the  Glengarriff Park Hotel entrance
The interior design of a double room in the Glengarriff Park Hotel with wine displayed also in the room

Gougane Barra Hotel, Cork

Gougane Barra Hotel is fifth generation family run hotel on the edge of Gougane Barra Lake run by Neil And Katy Lucey. They are tucked away in the mountains in a hidden and romantic glaciated valley in the South West of Ireland. The rooms either look out on the stunning lake or give great mountain views. The hotel is surrounded by forest with walking trails beginning at the front door.

"We offer our guests true Irish hospitality with friendly hotel staff that will do everything to ensure your hotel stay is a pleasant stay."
View of Gougane Barra Hotel and the chapel on the side of the lake with the mountains in the background
A stunning view of the Gougane Barra Chapel on the Lake with mountains in the background

West Cork Hotel, Cork

Overlooking the Ilen River, the West Cork Hotel is located on the Wild Atlantic Way and in the heart of Skibbereen. Deeply rooted in the community, it’s the warmth of The West Cork Hotel’s staff, relaxed charm and town centre location that reveal the true heart of this hotel. Established in 1902, The West Cork Hotel was owned and operated by the Murphy family for 104 years. In 2006, it was acquired by Skibbereen residents Tim and Marian Looney who pledged to continue the hotel’s ethos of old fashioned hospitality and value.

The interior of the restaurant in the West Cork Hotel
The exterior of the West Cork Hotel
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11 Day Ireland Tour Intro & Highlights

Get ready for an unforgettable culture trip through Ireland. Tour Northern Ireland then follow the Wild Atlantic Way on a once-in-a-lifetime journey of discovery. Fun, laughter, culture, and history are guaranteed.

  • Visit the Cliffs of Moher and kiss the Blarney Stone.
  • Stay at a castle hotel featuring a 17th century tower and a resident ghost.
  • Tour Northern Ireland to spot Game of Thrones locations — it's like teleporting into Westeros for a day!
  • Walk on the legendary Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Spend 2 days in magical Connemara and 2 nights in lively Dingle.
  • Catch fantastic live Irish music performances and meet friendly locals.

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Kylemore Abbey in Connemara
Tour Kylemore Abbey, one of Ireland's most scenic and historic buildings
Smiling tour group at Grianan of Aileach in Donegal, Ireland
Laughter and companionship as you explore Ireland's history and culture.

Day 1: Historic Tour of Belfast & Castle Stay

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

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

A scenic view of beach and ocean on the Northern Ireland coastline
Discover one of the world’s most spectacular coastal drives, the Causeway Coastal Route
17th century Ballygally castle tower in Northern Ireland
Stay at beachfront Ballygally Castle Hotel with its 17th century tower house

Day 2: Northern Ireland Tour & Giant's Causeway

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

The average driving time today is 3 hours.

Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland
Walk in the footsteps of Finn McCool at the Giant’s Causeway
Dunluce Castle ruins in Northern Ireland
Visit the ruins of Dunluce Castle, perched perilously on a clifftop

Day 3: Donegal, Sligo & Historic Guided Tour of Derry

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

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Cannons on the walls of Derry/Londonderry
Guided walking tour of Ireland’s only walled city, Derry
Cows crossing a country road in Ireland
Encounter a slower pace of life in Donegal and Ireland's northwest

Day 4: Mayo, Connemara & Sheepdog Demo

Westward we go, moving from Mayo to Clifden, Galway

  • Tour a working sheep farm on spectacular Killary Fjord. Dependent on later stops.
  • Experience the breathtaking Doolough Valley.
  • Explore the picturesque towns of Westport and Clifden.
  • Get comfortable at the centrally-located Station House Hotel in Clifden tonight.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Four smiling female friends on tour in Ireland
Experience the breathtaking Doolough Valley
Colourful sheep running in a green field in Ireland
Enjoy a sheepdog demo on a working Irish sheep farm

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
  • Discover the picture postcard beauty of the Inagh Valley.
  • Drop by Roundstone, a quaint village at the heart of Connemara.
  • Accommodation tonight is once again at the Station House Hotel in Clifden.

The average driving time today is 2 hours.

Kylemore Abbey in Connemara
Tour Kylemore Abbey and Gardens – one of Ireland’s most beautiful historic buildings
Scenic lake with trees and mountain in the background in Ireland
Discover the postcard beauty of the Inagh Valley

Day 6: Guided Castle Tour & Burren National Park

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.
  • Visit the city of the tribes - buzzy and bohemian Galway.
  • Marvel at the Poulnabrone Dolmen - it's older than the pyramids!
  • Explore the Burren National Park with its amazing limestone landscapes and unique flora.
  • Your accommodation tonight is the homely Wild Atlantic Lodge in Ballyvaughan.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Scenic ocean and rock at Black Head in the Burren in Ireland
Marvel at the lunar landscapes of the Burren National Park
Blue skies over Aughnanure Castle in Ireland
Take a guided tour of 16th century Aughnanure Castle

Day 7: Cliffs of Moher & Guided Sheep Farm Tour Tour

Wake up in Ballyvaughan, Clare, explore the Cliffs of Moher and then watch the sun set over Kerry.

  • Start the day in dramatic fashion at the 700ft high Cliffs of Moher.
  • Tour a working sheep farm. Dependent on earlier stops.
  • 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.
  • Enjoy traditional Irish warmth and comfort at Dingle Benners Hotel.

The average driving time today is 4 hours.

The Cliffs of Moher in Ireland
Visit the 700ft tall Cliffs of Moher
The Dingle Bay Hotel, one of our tour overnights in colourful Dingle
Roll into the bustling and colourful town of Dingle

Day 8: Whiskey, Scenic Drive & Boat Trip 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 (Tour Option - €10 per person).
  • Golfers will enjoy Dingle’s excellent links course (Tour Option - variable cost).
  • Your accommodation tonight is once again at the Dingle Benners Hotel.

The average driving time today is 1 hour 30 minutes

Touring the scenic coastline on the Dingle Peninsula
Jaw-dropping natural scenery and knife edge drops on the Slea Head Drive
Traditional Irish musicians performing in a pub
Drift into Dingle's distinctive pubs to hear live music and meet friendly locals

Day 9: Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride In National Parkonal Park

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

The average driving time today is 2 hours 30 minutes.

A horse-drawn carriage in Killarney National Park in Ireland
Take a horse-drawn ‘jaunting car’ around Killarney National Park
A tour guest meets a native red deer in Killarney National Park in Ireland
Watch out for native red deer in Killarney National Park

Day 10: Historic Tour & 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 Italianate formal gardens (Tour Option - €18 per person).
  • Tour stately Bantry House and Gardens, inhabited by the same family since the 18th century.
  • Gaze out over stunning lakes and mountains on the Healy Pass – officially Ireland's twistiest road.
  • Home tonight is either the Gougane Barra Hotel or the West Cork Hotel in Skibbereen.

The average driving time today is 3 hours.

A Driftwood tour vehicle parked at a scenic spot on the Healy Pass in Ireland
Rugged mountains and superb scenery on the wild Beara peninsula
The formal gardens outside elegant Bantry House in Ireland
Visit stately Bantry House and Gardens in West Cork

Day 11: Kiss The Blarney Stone in Cork

Your last day. But it's a full one! We'll leave West Cork behind and head for Dublin via Tipperary.

  • Trace the Lee Valley downriver, passing patchwork fields, stone bridges and charming cottages.
  • Kiss the Blarney Stone in the lush surroundings of Blarney Castle Gardens.
  • Tour the epic Rock of Cashel with its stunning natural setting and historic architecture.
  • Disembark your Drifter tour vehicle back at the Grand Canal Hotel in Dublin between 5-6pm.
  • Farewell elbow bumps all round for your new Driftwood friends!

The average driving time today is 4 hours and 30 minutes.

The Rock of Cashel in Ireland
See the epic Rock of Cashel with its cathedral, round tower and Celtic crosses
Blarney Castle in Ireland
Kiss the Blarney Stone in the lush surroundings of Blarney Castle Gardens
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