Where a warm welcome awaits…
Known as the "Emerald Isle", explore one of Europe’s most prized jewels when you travel to Ireland. A country packed with history and legends. Whatever pace you like to enjoy life at, Ireland has something for everyone. Discover the bustling cosmopolitan cities of Dublin and Galway and learn about some of literary and music’s most influential characters, whilst enjoying the famous warm Irish hospitality.
Dublin, the capital city of Ireland is a mecca of activity and culture. Discover the famous Temple Bar area, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. Packed with quirky shops, cafes, and traditional bars, this area is a must-see for all visitors.
Treat yourself to a pint of the black stuff and enjoy a tour of the world-famous Guinness Storehouse. Learn the history of Guinness before enjoying a pint in the Gravity Bar which has a 360° view of the city. Rumour has it, Guinness tastes even better on Irish soil, and how about going one step further and enjoying a pint with your own selfie printed on top of the head? Now, that’s a memory!
For literary lovers, why not pop into Trinity College Dublin, and see the famous Book of Kells Exhibition. The 9th-century manuscript that documents the four gospels of the life of Jesus Christ, The Book of Kells is Ireland's greatest cultural treasure and the world’s most famous medieval manuscript. The exhibition also includes access to the Long Room, which is one of the world’s most beautiful libraries - home to 200,000 of Trinity College’s oldest books!
Leave behind the hustle and bustle of Dublin, travel further afield and discover the green fields of Ireland that stretch for miles. Make amazing memories in County Clare and take in the breath-taking views of the Cliffs of Moher, enjoy the refreshing spray of the Wild Atlantic Way and the views of the Aran Islands.
Throw on your crown because the one thing that Ireland has no shortage of, is castles. Take in the majestic sights of King John’s Castle in Limerick, Kilkenny Castle and try your hand at falconry at Ashford Castle and fly a hawk like a pro! Visit Blarney Castle and kiss the Blarney Stone which will bestow you the “gift of the gab” – it might be useful!
Visit Belfast in Northern Ireland and learn the history of the world’s most famous ship when you visit Titanic Belfast or jump into a black taxi for a tour of the city before satisfying yourself with a delicious meal from one of the many restaurants that it has to offer. How about packing up the car and taking an epic road trip along the Causeway Coast and seeing how many locations you can spot from ‘Games of Thrones? Or if you’re feeling really brave, why not venture across the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, spanning 30 metres above the rocks below which is not for the faint-hearted!
Not only is Ireland loaded with culture, history, and beautiful sights to behold, there is a wealth of dining experiences to enjoy. Whatever your palate desires, there is a multitude of restaurants and cafés to satisfy your tastebuds.
And the shopping! From high street chains to independent boutiques, there are plenty of gems to be picked up, save your spending money and take advantage of the great savings in Kildare Village which is packed with designer brands at fantastic prices.
The perfect country to visit at any time of the year, visit Ireland for an unforgettable holiday, packed with memories and lots of new places to explore.
Where a warm welcome awaits…
Known as the "Emerald Isle", explore one of Europe’s most prized jewels when you travel to Ireland. A country packed with history and legends. Whatever pace you like to enjoy life at, Ireland has something for everyone. Discover the bustling cosmopolitan cities of Dublin and Galway and learn about some of literary and music’s...
Belfast Port (VT4) is conveniently located close to the motorway network off Junction 1 of the M2 motorway offering easy access to and from Belfast city centre and the rest of Ireland.
Belfast Port (VT2) is conveniently located close to the motorway network off Junction 1 of the M2 motorway (Fortwilliam roundabout) making is easy to get to and from all parts of Ireland.
Dublin Port is a purpose built facility for Stena Line’s Superferries. Stena Line’s Ferry Terminal at Dublin is located 6km (4 miles) east of Dublin city centre. Extensive signage on all main roads leading to the port give clear directions.
Rosslare Europort is situated at the end of the N25 in Rosslare Harbour and is clearly signposted on all road signs leading to the port. The port is 20 minutes from Wexford , 1 hour 20 minutes from Waterford , 1 hour 45 minutes from Kilkenny , 2 hours 15 minutes from Dublin and 3 hours from Cork.
Rosslare is a small village with a supermarket, bank, hotels, guesthouses, pubs and restaurants.