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Literary Festival Tour of Ireland 2013
24th May 2013 to 2nd June 2013
We have set the dates for our 2013 Literary Festival Tour of Ireland to coincide with two of the biggest Literature festivals in Ireland next year; The Dublin Writers’ Festival and Listowel Writers Week.
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This specialist tour that will combine two famous writer’s festivals in Ireland – Dublin Writers’ Festival and Listowel Writers’ Week – as well as allowing you to experience much of the history, heritage and beauty of the Emerald Isle. On this tour you will take in many of the sites associated with Ireland’s long and illustrious literary history...read more
Listowel Writers’ Week is an international acclaimed 5-day literary festival devoted to bringing together writers and audiences at unique and innovative events in the historic and intimate surroundings of Listowel, County Kerry. At the core of this yearly celebration is a commitment to promoting and developing literary talent, reinforced by an organisation that values inclusivity, civic responsibility and partnership....read more
Founded in 1998 the Dublin Writers’ Festival gathers many of the world’s best writers to discuss, debate, delight, provoke and enthral their audiences. Labelled by the media as ‘boasting a stunning array of top international literary talent’ and ‘the country’s most successful and easily the best annual literary event’ The Dublin Writers’ Festival will surely impress you! Given that Dublin was recently designated as UNESCO the City of Literature in 2010 it is no wonder it was chosen as the location for this superb literary line up. ...read more
Our trip to Ireland was amazing. We had a wonderful time, and all the places we stayed took our vouchers. All the accommodations were top notch and the descriptions from the B&B books you included were very accurate.
Our favorite stay was in Killarney. Thanks again. We will definitely recommend the B&B route to others who ask for advice on how to travel and where to stay in Ireland.
Deanna, Mesa AZ