Hello, I am spending a week in this area and was wondering if anyone could suggest a possible overnight from here to Dublin for the return leg of the journey. We will be leaving on a Saturday and arriving in Dublin late Sunday eve so a nice overnight and place of interest would be great. We are a party of 2 adults and 3 young children. Many thanks!
We are basing ourselves in Dublin and we don't drive. Can someone who has used a bus tour company lately (from Dublin) recommend 1 or 2 bus companies that A) do a really good tour of Cork/Blarney/Rock of Cashel (spending a decent amount of time at each so I can spend some time taking decent scenic photos) and B) do a really good overnight tour to Cliffs of Moher/Burren/Poulnabrone Domen and Kylemore/Galway/Cong without staying in a hostel? I'm an older lady traveling with a 77 year old mother and I don't think she'd like the 'openness' of a hostel. We also want to travel economically so a private tour is out. Also, what time of day (or weather) is good for photographing Monasterboice to get some really good 'atmospheric' shots (will be there in early September). Final Q: I have been digging deep online for any bus company (or even private company!) to give us a private tour of Monasterboice and Mellifont (these are the important photography locations I need to shoot) for under 250euros. Has anyone done one of these tours or know of who I can chat with to get prices from? I don't know who even to contact at the tourism office.
Kinsale is our base for 7 nights. None of us have been to Ireland. What are the top 3 must see's (tourist attractions) AND we love to gamble.... Is there any gambling places, casino's dog tracks, horses etc close? Lastly, thought about a horseback riding trip on the beach. Is there such a thing near Kinsale?
I am planning a visit to Ireland and I have read many of the posts on this site and other travel sites and find that about five or six car rental companies are recommended. Can someone tell me what their experience has been with the following sites or your rental experience?
Easytourireland.com (sells Hertz)
Several have a fully inclusive rate promoted but in some instances they also have a deductible. Confusing.
Is there truly a fully inclusive rate with no surprises at the counter?
Thank you in advance for your response
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