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Winter in Cork Shandon BellsClimb the 132 steps for spectacular 360° views across the city and beyond. English MarketVisit Ireland’s oldest indoor food market Cork City GaolGet a fascinating insight into day-to-day prison life of the old days and see one of the finest examples of Ireland’s architectural heritage. Things to do in Galway Aran IslandsVisit one of National Geographic’s Top 100 island destinations, it’s a great place to visit while on your Wild Atlantic Way adventure. Eyre SquareTake a stroll among historic statues and artefacts in Eyre Square also known as John F. Kennedy Memorial Park located in the city centre. Cliffs of MoherNo Wild Atlantic Way adventure is truly complete without a visit to the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Experience winter in Wexford Irish National Heritage ParkTake an incredible journey through 9,000 years of Ireland’s past with ringforts, crannogs and Viking houses and much more. Dunbrody Famine ShipExperience an authentic reproduction of a 1840s emigrant vessel. This is a world class interpretation of the famine emigrant experience. Wexford Winterland Festival24 th November 2018 – 6 th January 2019 Discover Limerick Bunratty Castle & Folk ParkExperience Ireland’s past and explore the famous 15th century Castle and the 19th century Folk Park King Johns CastleLearn about the history of this famous castles history from its humble beginnings in the 13th century. St. Mary’s CathedralImmerse yourself in the history of Limerick’s oldest building and the beauty of its architecture. What to do in Portlaoise? Rock of DunamaseVisit the ruins of Dunamase Castle, a defensive stronghold dating from the early Hiberno-Norman period Lullymore Heritage & Discovery ParkFamily attraction with peat bog heritage displays, a train ride & many indoor & outdoor play areas. Maldron Hotel Portlaoise ActivitiesSwim in the 20m swimming pool, Crafty Kids Club, games room Explore Dublin Grafton Street & Henry StreetGo shopping in the capital’s main shopping areas and enjoy the hustle and bustle. Trinity CollegeDon’t miss this architectural and cultural highlight of the city. The college campus is home to the famous Book of Kells, dating back to roughly 800AD. Guinness StorehouseLearn the history and evolution of Guinness throughout the years, as well as how to pull the perfect pint. Terms & Conditions No booking fees/no deposit required. The cancellation policy is outlined in each hotel’s individual terms & conditions. Subject to offer availability. Valid for stays from 21st November 2018 to 28th February 2019. All rates are inclusive of VAT. Offer only available in participating hotels in Ireland. Group booking will be contacted with specific group terms & conditions by each individual hotel. Dalata Hotel Group PLC terms & conditions apply. Search our FAQs Common Questions CLOSE Success
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