Haunted Ireland 2020 with Sherri Brake

4 reviews
Sep 15 - 23, 2020
Group size: 20 - 40
Haunted Ireland 2020 with Sherri Brake

4 reviews

Deposit: $200
Sep 15 - 23, 2020
Group size: 20 - 40

About this trip

Join Sherri in Haunted Ireland. See the iconic sites of the Emerald Isle, visit ancient ruins, enchanting castles, shopping, pubs and much more!     

What’s included

  • 7 nights lodging
    Dublin (2), Killarney (2), Galway (2), Limerick or Ennis (1)
  • Motorcoach Transportion
    Luxury Motorcoach travel in Ireland with Irish driver/guide
  • Dublin City Tour
    Including Guinness Storehouse and Glasnevin Cemetery
  • Haunted Highlights!
  • Free time
    For shopping and dining on your own
  • Scenic Drives
    Beautiful drive along the Wild Atlantic Way - Ireland's iconic west coast
  • 2 group dinners
    Welcome dinner and Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Caslte
  • Breakfast
    Full Irish Breakfast at hotel every day
  • Blarney
    Admission to castle and Ireland's best shopping at Blarney Woolen Mills
  • Kilmainham Gaol
    Visit the jail where leaders of the 1916 Irish Uprising were held and executed
  • Hill of Tara
    home of the ancient high kings, and nearby Boyne Valley, home of the epic Battle of the Boyne
  • Clonmacnoise Monastic
  • Whiskey Distillery
  • Some Meals
    On your own for lunch and several dinners

Available Packages

Haunted Ireland 2020 double rate

The total price is estimate ONLY. Final pricing TBD by March 2019. Group air pricing available in Oct 2019. 

Deposit: $200
Haunted Ireland Single Rate

The total price is estimate ONLY. Final pricing TBD by March 2019. Group air pricing available in Oct 2019.  

Deposit: $200
Deposit: $200

Haunted Ireland 2020 double rate


Tentative Tour Itinerary
Haunted Ireland 2020

September 2020 Haunted Ireland Itinerary (Subject to adjustment based on leader input, traffic, weather, etc.)

Day 1 Tuesday Sept. 15 Overnight flight to Ireland with dinner and light breakfast on board
Day 2 Wednesday Sept. 16 Arrive in Dublin for panoramic tour of the city including a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, then Kilmainham Gaol, former prison and execution site of many leaders of the 1916 Irish uprising against the crown. Then we’ll visit Glasnevin Cemetery. Hotel check-in this afternoon. This is a free evening to enjoy the Temple Bar entertainment district with many pubs, shops and restaurants.
Day 3 Thursday Sept. 17 Depart Dublin and travel to Blarney with stops at St. Brigid’s Cathedral of Kildare, then a photo stop at the Rock of Cashel. Enter ancient Blarney Castle, climb to the top and kiss the Blarney Stone. Plenty of time to explore the lovely and mysterious gardens, waterfalls and trails on the grounds. Enjoy some of Ireland’s finest shopping at the Blarney Woolen Mills and explore the quaint town of Blarney. Move on to Killarney and check into our hotel for two nights. (B)
Day 4 Friday Sept. 18 Take the Ring of Kerry excursion, one of the most scenic drives in the world with several stops. Upon returning the Killarney this afternoon, we can do a photo stop at Ross Castle on the Killarney Lake near town, and then the rest of the day and evening are at your leisure. Take a jaunting cart ride to historic Muckross House in Killarney National Park, or hike to Torc Falls, or just explore the town. (B)
Day 5 Saturday Sept. 19 Depart Killarney for Limerick, home of King John’s Castle and the late Frank McCourt, author of Angela’s Ashes. We’ll stay here and experience the Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquet with live music and costumed actors inside the actual castle. Our hotel for one night is the nearby. (B,D)
Day 6 Sunday Sept. 20 Depart our hotel and move to the Cliffs of Moher, 700 feet above the Atlantic. Then on to the Burren, a lunar landscape unique in the world, plus a stop at Poulnabrone Dolmen neolithic grave marker before going to Galway for two nights. (B)
Day 7 Monday Sept. 21 We’ll have a private Galway Ghost Walking Tour with our scheduled guide, Brian Nolan. The you are free to explore this lively, musical town. (B)
Day 8 Tuesday Sept. 22 Depart Galway and visit Rathburn Farm for tea and scones and a wonderful sheepdog demonstration. Then it’s Clonmacnoise, a well-preserved monastic settlement.on the banks of the River Shannon. On to Kilbeggan Distillery for a tour and tasting at Ireland’s oldest distillery. We visit the historic Boyne Valley, site of the great Battle of the Boyne, then the Hill of Tara, home of the ancient high kings of Ireland. Check-in at Clayton’s Dublin Airport Hotel around 6 p.m. and enjoy our farewell dinner together. (B,D)
Day 9 Wednesday Sept. 23 Return to USA or join an extension and fly to Scotland or England (London)

Your Organizer

Prime Tours
4 reviews
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First time on a tour trip. It was wonderful. Ken and Margi were great hosts. Only regret is that I did not get Lucy's phone number. Last name? Bob Buster
I thoroughly enjoyed my first Prime Tours trip. Kevin, Margi, and Laurie had everything beautifully organized; stops were well planned and interesting, hotels very comfortable. My favorite activity was the Corning Glass Museum--absolutely amazing--do wish we had had more time there. Looking forward to the NY City trip in October
I had a wonderful time on this trip! It was my first time traveling with the Westerville Senior Center through prime tours. Met a lot of wonderful people and Kevin was great! Kind of rushed but understand we have to stay on a schedule.
Started with a history lesson at the Corning museum, followed by wine tastings, then a ride on the Erie Canal, next a drenching on the Maid of the Mist at Niagra Falls with some Casino time afterwards and ended with an Ohio winery. All along the way were local eateries, little shops, and the making of new friendships. The trip allowed for personal time and was well planned. Anticipating our next adventure!

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