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Combine a break in North Wales with Ireland's iconic Causeway Coastal Route. The Causeway Coastal route is rated as one of the World’s Great Road Journeys, alongside the Garden Route in South Africa and the Pacific Highway in California. It also boasts one of the top 5 views in the world. From its beaches through to its mountain ranges North Wales is bursting with natural drama and the nation’s history is told through its ancient monuments and museums.

North Wales is Welsh through and through. This is a region that is passionate about language, music and history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals offering something for everyone visiting North Wales. Snowdonia, the mountainous heart of southern Britain, is one of the UK’s most popular destinations, however, there’s more to this region than craters and crags. It’s blessed with some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in Wales on the Llŷn Peninsula and Cambrian Coastline, plus its reputation for fine dining using Welsh meat, fish and cheese is growing all the time. The Victorians and Edwardians loved to visit Llandudno and graced it with some of the most elegant seaside architecture in Britain.  You can delve further into the past at the 4000 year old copper mine or the medieval castle at Conwy. In the hills and valleys of the Borderlands, there are plenty more views, plus fantastic local food and a buzzing arts scene.


The Causeway Coastal Route transports you along a stunning coastline, past spectacular scenery, windswept cliffs and unspoilt beaches, a coastline sprinkled with historic castles, churches and forts as well as world class attractions like the UNESCO World heritage site at the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Torr Head, Dark Hedges and the famous Bushmills Distillery. This tour is a journey of exploration where imagination meets reality and where every village, town, castle and rocky shore are waiting to be discovered.

Belfast is a rising star, emerging from years of political unease to take its place among the UK’s must-see destinations. Your visit will swiftly be rewarded with welcoming locals, superb pubs and restaurants, and top attractions including the Titanic Experience, the atmospheric Crumlin Road Gaol and walking tours of Belfast’s famous murals.

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North Wales & Causeway Coast

Tour Itinerary

Depending on where you are travelling from today you have the opportunity to plan your route to take in some local sights or attractions on the way to Caernarfon. 

Your stay for 3 nights is at the Celtic Royal Hotel where dinner is included throughout.

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Look What’s Included

• 3 Nights at the Celtic Royal, North Wales ​

• Return Stena Line Ferry Crossing from Holyhead to Dublin - see other ferry options 

• 1 Night at the Loughshore Hotel, Carrickfergus

• 2 Nights at the Lodge Hotel, Coleraine

• 1 Night at the Malone Hotel, Belfast

• Optional Visits to Giants Causeway Visitor Centre, Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle & the Titanic Experience (admission not included)

• Breakfast each morning & Dinners as meal basis below

• Detailed Roadbook featuring Maps, Great Drives & Local Attractions

• Commemorative Tour Rally plate

• Complimentary Car Parking at the Hotels

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All of the hotels on this tour have been hand-picked for their quality, facilities and location. 

Dates & Prices

Including 3 Nights in North Wales & 4 Nights in Ireland

*Please note: All prices shown above are per person and based on 2 persons sharing a car and a twin/double room

Meal Basis -​ Breakfast each day & 5 dinners including a welcome dinner on the first Night

Single Occupancy Supplement - £250.00

Other Causeway Coast Combination Tours Include

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10th to 14th June 2021



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7th to 15th June 2021



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5th to 12th September 2022