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Ireland Family Vacation - Dingle 7 Nights
Overview For the Family Tour of Ireland – Dingle Base
During this Family Vacation around Ireland you will spend your time exploring this magical land using Dingle in County Kerry as your base location. The Dingle Peninsula offers some of Ireland’s most stunning scenery from the Brandon Mountains to the spectacular seascapes of Dingle Bay. A drive around the Dingle Peninsula will leave you and your family with memories of Iron Age forts, early Christian monasteries and remarkable intact traditional Irish culture. Gaelic is still spoken in many parts of the peninsula and can still be heard by passers-by on the quaint and colourful streets.
Other highlights for this Ireland family Vacation include visiting some of Ireland top tourist attractions from the stunning Ring of Kerry, the rugged Cliffs of Moher, the unique Burren, journey deep underground at Ailwee Caves and Kiss the blarney stone at Blarney Castle.
Your Accommodation while Touring the South West of Ireland: Dingle Skellig Hotel
While on your family vacation of Ireland, we understand that it is sometimes difficult for families to move from hotel to hotel so our Ireland with Kids tours are ‘one-centred’ and planned in such a way as you would just collect your rental car, drive to your hotel base and check in for the duration of your vacation. When you confirm your tour with us you will receive a comprehensive tour pack which will include numerous day tours that you can chose to take from your base location. You may decide to take all of the day tours, some of them or you may simply choose to enjoy the great family facilities of your hotel and its surroundings.
Well, we are safely back from Ireland. My sister-in-law and I had a wonderful time and were very impressed with your arrangements for
us. We loved the north and the Inishowen Peninsula.
I think our favorite area was Connemara region. How lovely. Also, our night on the Aran Islands was a blast. Joe Watty's pub had a terrific group playing traditional music. And our bike ride out to Dun Angues was great. We agreed that we probably wouldn't go back to Dublin. We liked Galway better and it was big enough of a city. But seeing the Book of Kells and drinking our pint on the 7th floor of the Guiness factory was worthwhile and fun!
I just want to say thank you again for your help in making this a fabulous trip.We will be going back there someday and will definitely be contacting you again.
Pamela Trask, USA