Self-Drive - Westport Rambler

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6-night Westport Rambler - Self-Drive Vacation Package

Ramble through the old world town of Westport, on the shores of Clew Bay in Co Mayo on our Westport Rambler. This exciting new self-drive vacation package to Ireland includes three nights accommodations in the old-world town of Westport and three nights accommodations in Ireland's cosmopolitan capital city of Dublin.

Miles of coastline, old-world shop fronts, tree lined boulevard and plenty of activities (from watersports to equine) make Westport a superb base for discovering the majestic west of Ireland. Whether sailing, horse-back or shopping is your sport - ramble through the old world town of Westport.

Dublin, Ireland's capital city, is a historical and contemporary cultural center. Dublin city is home to many theaters and galleries and is known for its literary contributions from WB Yeats to Bernard Shaw to Oscar Wilde. It is a modern center of education, arts, entertainment and history.

Take advantage of Super Sale pricing and enjoy:

  • 3-nights accommodations in beautiful Westport
  • 3-nights accommodations in cosmopolitan Dublin
  • Breakfast daily (except morning of arrival)
  • Automatic Car Rental (Economy) - including CDW - Upgrade to larger cars available (Note: Three people traveling together must avail of upgrade to larger car to accommodate)
  • FREE 5-minute Phone Card
  • Hotel and car taxes included
  • Portfolio of travel documents

 

Itinerary

6-night Westport Rambler - Self-Drive Vacation Package

Visit Westport on your next self-drive tour of IrelandRamble through the old world town of Westport, on the shores of Clew Bay in Co Mayo on our Westport Rambler. This exciting new self-drive vacation package to Ireland includes three nights accommodations in the old-world town of Westport and three nights accommodations in Ireland's cosmopolitan capital city of Dublin.

Westport, Co Mayo, Ireland
Miles of coastline, old-world shop fronts, tree lined boulevard and plenty of activities (from watersports to equine) make Westport a superb base for discovering the majestic west of Ireland. Whether sailing, horse-back or shopping is your sport - ramble through the old world town of Westport.

Explore the west of Ireland. Nearby attractions include:

Croagh Patrick Information Centre
The Croagh Patrick Information Centre is situated in Murrisk on the Pilgrim's Path at the base of Croagh Patrick and opposite the National Famine Monument. The Centre stems from the interest shown by the thousands of pilgrims and climbers in the archaeological discoveries on the summit.

Foxford Woollen Mills
Foxford Step back in time to see how life was in Foxford in the 1890's. See how the town of Foxford grew and prospered around the Mill. The tour also includes a visit to the working woollen mill where skilled craftspeople can be seen producing the world famous rugs, blankets and tweeds.

National Museum of Ireland Country Life
Visitors to the Museum are invited to experience the story of Irish country life between 1850 and 1950 through the innovative combination of artefacts and displays, archival video footage and interactive screens

Ceide Fields
The CĂ©ide Fields in North Mayo will certainly give you a unique experience. For this is not just another archaeological monument or visitor centre. Here you can indulge yourself in a vast prehistoric landscape, a natural wild ecology of blanket bog, dramatic cliffs and coastline, and a much acclaimed building, which has received Ireland's most prestigious architectural award.

Knock Museum
Knock Museum tells the story of the Knock Apparition of 1879 and places it in the context of life in Ireland at that time.
Visit Dublin on your next self-drive tour of Ireland with Celtic Tours World Vacations
Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland
Dublin, Ireland's capital city, is a historical and contemporary cultural center. Dublin city is home to many theaters and galleries and is known for its literary contributions from WB Yeats to Bernard Shaw to Oscar Wilde. It is a modern center of education, arts, entertainment and history.

Delve into the arts and history in Dublin's Fair City. With so much to see and do in Dublin, the choices are a plenty. Here are a couple of suggestions:

 

Trinity College and the Book of Kells
Trinity College is famed for its great treasures including the Book of Kells, a 9th Century illuminated manuscript, the Books of Durrow and Armagh and an early Irish harp.

Dublin Writer's Museum
Features a history and celebration of Irish literary life.

Whitefriar Church
The Whitefriar Shrine to St. Valentine holds the remains of St. Valentine's body and has been a place of pilgrimage for those celebrating love, gained and lost.

Guinness Storehouse
Learn about the world famous Irish beer and enjoy a sample brew in the rooftop bar.


 Experience the small towns and contemporary cities of Ireland on our Westport Rambler self-drive tour of Ireland.

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This package is subject to availability at time of booking.

Package includes Car Rental as noted. If booking land only, please note, package starts on day 02. Selected departure date would be the date you depart the US for Ireland.

Airfare is not included in this package. When the date is selected you will have an opportunity to check the best available airfare from your home city. Please note, the date you select is the date you would leave the US. This package begins one day later in Ireland.

Not included:

  • Dinners / Lunches
  • Airfare

Blackout: St. Patrick's week, Easter, Bank Holidays and Sporting Events - Note, late April departures that travel into May 2011 will carry an additional supplement, as May hotel prices are higher.

 
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