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St. Patrick's Day in Ireland

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Enjoy the ‘craic’ and festivities with this fantastic 4 day break in Ireland.  The Waterford City St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place annually on 17th March and the festival includes the traditional parade along with music, concerts and performances.  Join us for a great weekend and enjoy St. Patricks Day Waterford-style.

Price includes:

  • Luxury coach travel
  • Return Fishguard – Rosslare ferry crossing
  • 3 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
  • 2 nights live entertainment
  • One excursion: Kilkenny

Enjoy the ‘craic’ and festivities with this fantastic 4 day break in Ireland.  The Waterford City St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place annually on 17th March and the festival includes the traditional parade along with music, concerts and performances.  Join us for a great weekend and enjoy St. Patricks Day Waterford-style.

Day 1

Travel to Fishguard for the crossing to Rosslare before continuing onto Waterford.

Day 2

Day at leisure in Waterford to enjoy the St. Patrick's Day festivities.

Day 3

Excursion to Kilkenny

Day 4

After breakfast depart for Rosslare for the ferry crossing to Fishguard and the homeward journey.

Dooley’s Hotel

Located in Waterford city centre on The Quay, The Dooley’s is a family-run hotel built in 1700.  It faces the quayside on the main route through Waterford and combines a traditional façade with a very modern interior.

Features include:

  • All guest rooms are en-suite with cable / satellite TV, direct dial phone, hairdryer, trouser press and tea / coffee making facilities.
  • New Ship Restaurant.
  • Dry Dock Bar.
  • Lift serves most rooms.

The hotel does have bedrooms with walk-in showers but there are a number of steps to reach the bedroom from the lift.
The hotel does not have any ground floor bedrooms but does have a lift (suitable for wheelchairs) although this does not travel to all areas of the hotel.

All prices are per person for the duration of the holiday or short break.

British citizens travelling on the Irish Ferries Irish Sea routes do not need a passport to travel to Ireland but are advised to take a form of identity. A driving licence, photo ID or utility bill will usually suffice.

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