Dublin & Surrounds

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing short break in the Irish countryside or a weekend shopping trip,   myholidayireland.ie can help you make the right choice.

The following itinerary can be tailored to suit your specific needs.   We can offer activities such as golfing, water sports, shopping, sight seeing and hoCORK 3rse riding to name a few.  The price does not include car hire.  It is also possible to book additional nights etc…

Please advise us of any requests you may have and we will endeavour to fulfil your wishes.

Day 1:  Kildare

Shopping outlet, National Stud, Newbridge, Merryploughboy Irish Night

Kildare is famous as a sporting, racing and hunting region. Racing at the Curragh, Punchestown and Naas takes place all year round, boasting some of the biggest meetings in the country’s racing calendar, including the Irish Derby in June. Near Kildare town, the Irish National Stud and neighbouring Japanese Gardens, said by experts to be the best of their kind in Europe, are attractions well worth visiting. Both were founded at the turn of the last century by Colonel Hall Walker of Johnnie Walker whiskey.

Overnight in Dublin

Day 2: Boyne Valley…

One of the hidden gems of the Boyne Valley, the cairns at Loughcrew are the largest complex of passage graves in Ireland. Legend has it that the impressive burial mounds were created by a witch flying overhead and dropping stones on the landscape. 

Another hidden gem, Dowth is the second oldest of the three principle tombs of the Boyne Valley. Very often overlooked for the more popular sites of Newgrange and Knowth, Dowth has a real magical quality and should be visited as part of any trip to The Boyne Valley.

The Hill of Slane has been associated with Christianity since the 5th century and was the location of the famous Pascal fire lit by St. Patrick on Easter Eve of the year 433 AD in defiance of the royal edict on the High King of Tara.

Overnight in Dublin

Day 3: Hop on Hop off, Jameson distillery, GALWAY

Dublin “Hop On, Hop Off” tour – just over one hour this guided tour which lasts all day and allows you explore the history and culture of Dublin at your leisure.  An all day ticket means you can hop on and off as often as you wish throughout the day. Join the tour every 30 minutes at any of the 10 bus stops and buy your ticket from the driver. Each stop is located at one of Dublin’s most interesting attractions.  All tours start and end at 59 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.  Tel +353 1 873 4222

Overnight in Dublin

 Price includes:  Accommodation, Breakfast, Car hire(economy car including CDW, unlimited mileage).  Sightseeing as stated.

High season Prices:

Bed and Breakfast                               from  €375.00 per person sharing a twin/double

3* Hotels                                               from €465.00 per person sharing a twin/double

 4* Hotels                                              from €595.00 per person sharing a twin/double

5* Hotels                                               from €759.00 per person sharing a twin/double 

Single room  rates available upon request