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Celtic Ross Hotel
Superbly situated overlooking Rosscarbery Bay and just a few minutes’ walk from the town centre, the hotel offers a great standard of accommodation and is always well received.
• Return ferry crossings
• Overnight stays on the outward and return journey
• Half board accommodation for four nights at the main hotel
• Entertainment on one evening
• Excursions to Bantry House & Gardens, Blarney Castle and Rock Close
• Boat trip and admission to Garnish Island
• Guided walk of Rosscarbery, followed by tea/coffee at the hotel
The hotel at a glance
• En-suite bathroom
• Hair dryer
• Hospitality tray
• Indoor swimming pool
• Leisure and spa facilities
Rosscarbery is a small historic town set in picturesque surroundings overlooking a sandy inlet of the rugged West Cork coastline. The town grew up around a monastery, which was established by St Fachtna in the latter half of the sixth century.
It is now a peaceful place with an attractive square and nicely decorated buildings with traditional shop fronts. The wide variety of amenities for young and old within walking distance of the town make Rosscarbery an ideal tourist centre.
DAY 1: After completing our local pick-up route we head towards our overnight stop, with suitable lunch and refreshment stops en-route. Aiming to arrive at our hotel in suitable time to freshen up before dinner.
DAY 2: Today we take the ferry from Fishguard to Rosslare. We then head towards Rosscarbery our base for four nights, aiming to arrive at our hotel in suitable time to freshen up before dinner.
DAY 3: Today sees a scenic journey via Mizen Head to Bantry for time at leisure, but not before a visit to Bantry House and its impressive treasures. It is then on to the harbour town of Glengariff for a boat trip to Garnish Island where you will see the effects of its unique micro climate and, possibly, its colony of seals.
DAY 4: A leisurely morning before a guided walk of Rosscarbery village with tea/coffee and biscuits on arrival back at the hotel. The remainder of today is at leisure to enjoy the facilities at the hotel and this friendly town.
DAY 5: Today we visit the vibrant city of Cork for shopping and sightseeing amongst the colourful buildings on the banks of the river. Visit the famous English market selling Cork’s artisan produce, and see the spectacular Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral. In the afternoon we visit Blarney Castle and for those wishing to, kiss the famous Blarney Stone.
DAY 6: Today we say farewell to our hosts and head east towards our overnight hotel. En-route we will visit Cobh, the final port of call for the Titanic before she met her fate in 1912.
DAY 7: Today we have a morning ferry crossing and then make our way homeward with suitable lunch and refreshment stops en-route. Aiming to arrive back in Kent late afternoon.
* Single room supplement of £111 applies
THE STREET, RYARSH
KENT, ME19 5LQ
TEL: 01732 845656
FAX: 01732 221577