All Ireland Two Week Ireland Tour - Ireland North and South


Travel on a private guided tour along the shores of the Northern and Southern coasts on this comprehensive Ireland tour. Our 12 day all Ireland itinerary provides a perfect balance between the desire to discover a new destination with a deep immersion into the local history and culture of each destination, at a relaxing pace. Everything that is best about Ireland is yours to enjoy during our all Ireland tour.

The Lynott Tours Difference

    • Travel by pony and cart. Boat trip on the lakes of Killarney
    • “Meet the Irish” by staying in a typical Irish home
    • Marvel at the Dark hedges from Game of Thrones
    • Stay at 17th century Ballygally Castle

    All ireland tourMonday - DEPART FROM HOME Your vacation begins the moment you board your flight. Destination:DUBLIN.

    Tuesday - DUBLIN/BELFAST Welcome to the Victorian capital of Northern Ireland. The ill-fated Titanic was built here in 1911. On our panoramic tour, we see the Falls Road, the murals, and the Titanic Quarter. See the Parliament Buildings at Stormont. Visit the authentic 19th century Crown Liquor Saloon, a restored national landmark. Choice of local eateries tonight.

    Wednesday - ST PATRICK AND STATELY GARDENS Did you know St. Patrick was buried in Northern Ireland? The Saint Patrick Centre, beside Down Cathedral and Patrick's grave, is dedicated to Ireland's patron saint. Discover the Irish Christian legacy of his missionary activity, metalwork and illuminated manuscripts. Travel via ferry to the scenic Ards Peninsula, to Mount Stewart House, Garden and Temple of the Winds. The house was home to a fascinating array of political leaders and society figures. The luxurious gardens have been restored to their glory. Stay at Ballygally Castle,
    a stunning 17th century castle home to the 9th Game of Throne door.  (B,D)

     Ireland’s famous patron saint didn’t actually come from Ireland. Saint Patrick was taken prisoner from his family home in Britain by Irish raiders and was brought to Ireland to work as a shepherd. After Patrick escaped back to Britain, he had a vision from God telling him to return to Ireland as a missionary. Now credited with introducing Christianity to Ireland, relics of St Patrick’s time here can be seen all over Ireland.

    Immerse yourself in the Game of Thrones, when you visit the Dark Hedges, the beautiful avenue of beech trees, representing the King's Road.  Take the stunning coast road to visit the strange majesty and mystery at Giant's Causeway, an area of about 40,000 hexagonal volcanic basalt columns.  Your imagination will travel along stepping stones that lead into the mists and legends of the past. See the ruined medieval Dunluce Castle on its stunning cliff top location.  Overnight in Derry. (B,D)

    Visit KerryFriday - WALKING TOUR OF DERRY/OMAGH EXCURSION Your guide will lead you on a walk (approximately 45 minutes) along the broad expanse of the most notable and historic feature of the city - the most complete city walls in Europe. Pass the Victorian 1890 Guildhall, with its impressive stained glass windows. Next, pass small farm villages within sight of the Sperrin Mountains as you travel to the Ulster American Folk Park. Here, you book passage on a ship bound for America and emerge in a recreated Irish village of long ago. (B) 

    Saturday - BELLEEK/ARMAGH/ BELFAST At the Belleek Pottery, shop for fine porcelain tastefully decorated with shamrocks or delicate trellis-like plates. Travel along Lough Erne. Discover the ancient ecclesiastical city of Armagh, the home to both Protestant and Catholic cathedrals. One of the sights you will see is Hillsborough Castle through its splendid wrought iron gates. Return to Belfast. (B)

    Sunday - TRAIN TO DUBLIN
    You take the train to Dublin's fair city. Our afternoon of Dublin takes you to Trinity College to see the illuminated Book of Kells, and St. Patrick's, Ireland's national cathedral.  Visit the Guinness Storehouse in the heart of old Dublin, where you sample Ireland's most famous creamy stout. Storytelling, dinner and traditional music in a candelit Dublin pub: The scene is set in one of Dublin's oldest pubs. As early as the 1600's, it was a popular haunt. The Seanachi, the Irish word for storyteller, entertains with oral tales of fairies, Celtic warriors and legendary deed-doing. Tales are told and songs sung and everyone is made to feel welcome. With turf fire glowing a perfect setting in which to take you back through the romantic mists of time. History comes alive tonight! (B,D)

    Monday - DUBLIN/WICKLOW A full day in the "Garden of Ireland" including Powerscourt Estate and Gardens, and Glendalough. The charming walled garden at Powerscourt, the striking terraces, fine statuary and varied trees are linked by carefully designed walks and set in the magnificent surroundings of the Wicklow mountains. The Glendalough monastery was founded by St. Kevin, a hermit monk who died about 618 AD. The extensive ruins of Glendalough include several early churches, and a graceful round tower in a spectacular, scenic setting. (B)

    Tuesday -KILKENNY Enjoy the relaxed pace of Ireland, known for its bogs and turf fires, rich farmlands and scenic countryside. Travel through the Curragh, the horse breeding center of Ireland. You visit Kilkenny Castle. Stay in Kilkenny, somewhere very special with its cobbled streets and castle, one of the finest examples of an Irish medieval town. Tonight, "Meet the Irish" by staying as a welcome guest in a local home, not only wonderfully located, but also fully equipped, comfortably homey, and clean. Enjoy a pub lunch. (B,L)

    Departures June onwards visit the new Waterford Crystal facility and store. This morning you take the scenic route traveling to Cobh, originally a small fishing village, and then the base for the British Navy. Cobh was the departure point for many Irish immigrants in the 19th century, and is associated with the loss of the Titanic and Lusitania. Visit Blarney, with a chance to kiss "The Stone". Travel through landscapes of the rarest green, where herds of black and white cows peek from every hill on the way to Killarney. (B)

    An incredible day awaits! The scenic and spectacular Ring of Kerry offers unrivaled views of County Kerry's magnificent shoreline, one of nature's masterpieces. Traveling via Killorglin you see beautiful mountain vistas and rugged landscapes along the way. Travel through Killarney by pony and trap. Have your camera ready! A musical pub evening is in store for us tonight, complete with local entertainment. (B,D)

    County CorkFriday - ADARE/SHANNON We'll travel to the quaint village of Adare, distinguished by its charming thatched cottages. Tonight, we've planned a special farewell castle medieval dinner. We'll be transformed back in time as we sip the traditional mead and don bibs to eat with our fingers at a fun-filled medieval dinner at Bunratty Castle, built in 1460 on the edge of Ratty River and protected by a moat. You have a choice, too, to stay at a wonderful 5 star castle hotel - Dromoland Castle. (B,D

    Sunday - HOMEWARD FROM SHANNON Marvel over this one-of-a-kind trip as you travel to Shannon Airport. (B) 

    All Ireland Tour Includes:
    Airport transfers according to schedule below.
    Luxury minicoach transportation with a driver/guide
    First-class accommodations for 11 nights; room with private bath
    11 hearty Irish breakfasts (B), 1 pub lunch (L), 5 dinners (D)
    Baggage handling
    All taxes and service charges
    All sightseeing and entrance fees. Some highlights:
    Crown Liquor Saloon, Belleek Pottery, Ulster American Folk Park, Derry Guildhall, Mt. Stewart, Giant's Causeway,  St. Patrick's Center, Dunluce Castle, The Hedges
    Book of Kells at Trinity College and Guinness Brewery & Pub visit
    Kilkenny Castle & Blarney Castle
    Killarney by pony and trap and Ring of Kerry tour
    Scenic drives: the Belfast Murals, Titanic Quarter
    Passport Case with "What You Need To Know Before You Go"
    Lynott Tours Irish song-sheet for our on board sing alongs

    Your 3* & 4* first-class hotels:
    Belfast- Jurys (1 night) 
    Ballygally - Ballygally Castle (1 night) 
    Derry - Beech Hill (2 nights)
    Belfast- Jurys (1 night)
    Dublin- Ashling Hotel (2 nights)
    Kilkenny - B&B(1 night)
    Killarney - Killarney Plaza Hotel (2 nights)
    Shannon - Dromoland Castle (1 night)

    Book now for 2022! . Airfare can be booked 11 months in advance


    Departs To Belfast Mondays Returns From Shannon Saturdays Est. Air/Land EWR* USD ONLY USD
    9-May 21-May 5,590 4985
    6-Jun 18-Jun 5,590 4985
    18-Jul 30-Jul 5,875 4985
    1-Aug 13-Aug 5,875 4985
    29-Aug 10-Sep 5,391 4985
    SINGLE SUPPLEMENT         1,764
    CHILD REDUCTION 8-11             706


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