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Britain and Ireland Experience

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Britain and Ireland Experience

4.7/5 Based on 6 Reviews No Booking FeesDedicated Travel Advisor
Our Price From 3,458 Per Person
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 Trip Length
12 Days
 Trip Starts
London
 Trip Finishes
London
12 Day Britain and Ireland Experience Itinerary (Costsaver)
Countries Explored: England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland
Our Price From 3,458 Per Person
Exclusive Savings 518 Per Person
 Trip Length
12 Days
 Trip Starts
London
 Trip Finishes
London
12 Day Britain and Ireland Experience Itinerary (Costsaver)
Countries Explored: England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland
Trip Style
Regional
Departures
Accommodation
3 - 4 Star
Max. Group Size
51
Guide Level
Fully Guided
Trip Code
BIEX
Trip Style
Regional
Departures
Accommodation
3 - 4 Star
Max. Group Size
51
Guide Level
Fully Guided
Trip Code
BIEX

Overview

Read 6 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Costsaver's 12 Day Britain and Ireland Experience. Travel through landscapes that have inspired world-famous writers and poets, from Shakespeare to Robert Burns. On this journey across England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, you’ll see medieval castles and cathedrals, wander past the famous Chester Rows and kiss the Blarney Stone. The idyllic settings of the Lake District, Dingle Peninsula and the Cotswolds give way to vibrant capitals and the little-known train station with the world’s longest name.
Read 6 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Costsaver's 12 Day Britain and Ireland Experience. Travel through landscapes that have inspired world-famous writers and poets, from Shakespeare to Robert Burns. On this journey across England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, you’ll see medieval castles and cathedrals, wander past the famous Chester Rows and kiss the Blarney Stone. The idyllic settings of the Lake District, Dingle Peninsula and the Cotswolds give way to vibrant capitals and the little-known train station with the world’s longest name.

Itinerary

All the highlights of Britain and Ireland lie ahead as your epic journey across two mystical islands kicks off in London. The 'Big Smoke's' skyscrapers and boroughs give way to an idyllic countryside as you wind your way to Windsor. Arriving in Bath, you'll admire the honey-coloured Georgian architecture which gives this ancient Roman city its elegant aspect. Cross the Severn Estuary, the border between England and tiny Wales, where tonight its capital sets the stage for the rest of your memorable holiday. (D) Stay: Future Inn Cardiff

Join this morning's Optional Experience to Cardiff Castle, a medieval fortress which has enjoyed a colourful history spanning centuries. Ancient ruins and lush countryside lie between the Welsh capital and your first stop in Pembroke. But first, your scenic drive will pass Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales and, legend has it, the birthplace of Merlin. See the 11th-century Pembroke castle where King Henry VII, the first of the Tudor line, was born, then board your ferry across the Irish Sea to Ireland. (B) Stay: Treacy's

The delicate crystal for which Waterford is so famous takes centre stage this morning during a visit to the Waterford Crystal Showroom. Leave all that Viking history behind and enjoy the charming scenery en route to Blarney Castle, where a quick kiss of the Blarney Stone will grant you the 'gift of the gab'. Your scenic drive continues past the Cork and Kerry Mountains. You'll pass Killarney, where you could hop on an optional Jaunting Car ride, before continuing to Tralee, renowned for its annual Rose of Tralee International Festival. (B/D) Stay: Benners Hotel

There won't be a moment you're not fixated on this wild landscape of stone monuments, deserted beaches and verdant pastures. Today's drive through the Dingle Peninsula is one filled with tiny villages, colourful fishing harbours and landscapes that have inspired poetry. Those incredible views will linger long after you leave Ireland's most westerly point, but there's more to see as you head to the prettiest village in Ireland, Adare.

Continue to Limerick to see its medieval-era St. Mary's Cathedral and view King John's Castle, before arriving at your hotel in Shannon where tonight you'll dine in your hotel. (B/D) Stay: Treacys Oakwood

This morning join an Optional Experience to the 15th-century Bunratty Castle and Folk Park delving into what Ireland was like in the 19th-century. After a chinwag with the 'locals', drive through the wild landscapes of County Clare bound for Galway, the 'place of foreigners'. See its modern cathedral before heading to the whimsical Irish capital.

This evening, an optional dinner and Irish show will have your toes tapping and taste buds craving another round of Irish coffee. (B) Stay: Dublin One

You're in good hands this morning as your Local Specialist reveals all their secrets about this charismatic capital city with a small-town feel. View Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Dublin Castle, the 13th-century Norman fortress turned museum.

This afternoon explore Dublin on your own or join an optional visit to one of the most important monastic sights in Europe. Your Local Specialist will bring the ancient stories of Glendalough to life and show you around the beautiful landscapes of the garden of Ireland. (B)

Say a fond slán go fóill to the 'Emerald Isle', crossing the Irish Sea bound for Holyhead on the Welsh Island of Anglesey. Get ready for a tongue twister you could only capture in a panoramic shot. View the station boasting one of the longest names in the world, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, then head through the north coast of Wales to Chester to explore its Roman heritage. There might even be time to walk along its defensive 1st-century walls and view the famous black and white half-timbered buildings before heading to Liverpool where the musical 'Fab Four' had their start.

This evening we head to Altrincham in Manchester. (B) Stay: Best Western Cresta Court

After a busy week of sightseeing, you deserve an idyllic stop in 'the loveliest spot' that has inspired poetry and prose. Board an exclusive and optional cruise on Lake Windermere, skimming the northern coastline, deserted islands and Wray Castle. See the Lake District landscapes that William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter so admired before crossing the Scottish border bound for Gretna Green. Here you'll learn how eloping couples would tie the knot over the legendary anvil against their parents' wishes.

Tonight, an Optional Experience could see you join your travel companions for a delicious traditional dinner at a local restaurant. (B) Stay: Doubletree by Hilton Edinburgh Queensferry Crossing.

Discover Edinburgh's mystical allure which has captivated writers, poets, politicians and royalty. Your Local Specialist will guide this morning's sightseeing tour past the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Edinburgh Castle. You'll explore the medieval Royal Mile and cross the City to the grand Georgian boulevards of New Town. The rest of the day is free to explore Edinburgh on your terms. Consider joining one of two special Optional Experiences, visiting the mysterious Rosslyn Chapel or exploring what lies behind the impenetrable walls of Edinburgh Castle.

This evening is your chance to enjoy delicious food and wine, join in the singing and watch a Highland dance or two. Time your visit to coincide with the Edinburgh Tattoo, and you'll get tickets included on certain departures! (B)

Your journey south ventures through what was once referred to as 'The Debatable Lands' where all that remains of Jedburgh Abbey are its 12th-century ruins. Admire the expansive Cheviot Hills at Carter Bar, snapping a selfie at the Anglo-Scottish border. Continue into Northumberland National Park to view Hadrian's Wall, the largest Roman archaeological feature anywhere in the world.

Then cross the Tyne River at Newcastle and stop in York, where an orientation tour will reveal the city's medieval heritage and spiritual heart, its Gothic Minster. Wander down the narrow cobbled Shambles, before enjoying dinner in a traditional York pub. Then continue to your hotel in Bradford where you'll lay your head for the evening. (B/D) Stay: Leonardo Hotel

The streets and squares of Stratford-upon-Avon remain much as they did in the time of Shakespeare. Embark on your own exploration of the historic market town where England's famous bard was born and buried. There's time to join an Optional Experience to Warwick Castle and even see the firing of the greatest of medieval siege weapons, the Trebuchet. (B) Stay: DoubleTree by Hilton

Take a step back in time to the Cotswolds, a glorious collection of tiny thatched villages and rolling green hills. Your scenic drive through this historic corner of Britain will bring you to Bladon, where Sir Winston Churchill is buried in the unassuming churchyard at St. Martin's Church. Churchill, widely credited with delivering the British nation from the brink of defeat to victory in World War II, loved the Cotswolds and spent his retirement here.

Next up is a visit to Oxford, England's oldest university city. See several of its iconic landmarks before continuing south to London, where you'll bid your Travel Director and new friends a fond farewell. (B)

All the highlights of Britain and Ireland lie ahead as your epic journey across two mystical islands kicks off in London. The 'Big Smoke's' skyscrapers and boroughs give way to an idyllic countryside as you wind your way to Windsor. Arriving in Bath, you'll admire the honey-coloured Georgian architecture which gives this ancient Roman city its elegant aspect. Cross the Severn Estuary, the border between England and tiny Wales, where tonight its capital sets the stage for the rest of your memorable holiday. (D) Stay: Future Inn Cardiff

Join this morning's Optional Experience to Cardiff Castle, a medieval fortress which has enjoyed a colourful history spanning centuries. Ancient ruins and lush countryside lie between the Welsh capital and your first stop in Pembroke. But first, your scenic drive will pass Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales and, legend has it, the birthplace of Merlin. See the 11th-century Pembroke castle where King Henry VII, the first of the Tudor line, was born, then board your ferry across the Irish Sea to Ireland. (B) Stay: Treacy's

The delicate crystal for which Waterford is so famous takes centre stage this morning during a visit to the Waterford Crystal Showroom. Leave all that Viking history behind and enjoy the charming scenery en route to Blarney Castle, where a quick kiss of the Blarney Stone will grant you the 'gift of the gab'. Your scenic drive continues past the Cork and Kerry Mountains. You'll pass Killarney, where you could hop on an optional Jaunting Car ride, before continuing to Tralee, renowned for its annual Rose of Tralee International Festival. (B/D) Stay: Benners Hotel

There won't be a moment you're not fixated on this wild landscape of stone monuments, deserted beaches and verdant pastures. Today's drive through the Dingle Peninsula is one filled with tiny villages, colourful fishing harbours and landscapes that have inspired poetry. Those incredible views will linger long after you leave Ireland's most westerly point, but there's more to see as you head to the prettiest village in Ireland, Adare.

Continue to Limerick to see its medieval-era St. Mary's Cathedral and view King John's Castle, before arriving at your hotel in Shannon where tonight you'll dine in your hotel. (B/D) Stay: Treacys Oakwood

This morning join an Optional Experience to the 15th-century Bunratty Castle and Folk Park delving into what Ireland was like in the 19th-century. After a chinwag with the 'locals', drive through the wild landscapes of County Clare bound for Galway, the 'place of foreigners'. See its modern cathedral before heading to the whimsical Irish capital.

This evening, an optional dinner and Irish show will have your toes tapping and taste buds craving another round of Irish coffee. (B) Stay: Dublin One

You're in good hands this morning as your Local Specialist reveals all their secrets about this charismatic capital city with a small-town feel. View Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Dublin Castle, the 13th-century Norman fortress turned museum.

This afternoon explore Dublin on your own or join an optional visit to one of the most important monastic sights in Europe. Your Local Specialist will bring the ancient stories of Glendalough to life and show you around the beautiful landscapes of the garden of Ireland. (B)

Say a fond slán go fóill to the 'Emerald Isle', crossing the Irish Sea bound for Holyhead on the Welsh Island of Anglesey. Get ready for a tongue twister you could only capture in a panoramic shot. View the station boasting one of the longest names in the world, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, then head through the north coast of Wales to Chester to explore its Roman heritage. There might even be time to walk along its defensive 1st-century walls and view the famous black and white half-timbered buildings before heading to Liverpool where the musical 'Fab Four' had their start.

This evening we head to Altrincham in Manchester. (B) Stay: Best Western Cresta Court

After a busy week of sightseeing, you deserve an idyllic stop in 'the loveliest spot' that has inspired poetry and prose. Board an exclusive and optional cruise on Lake Windermere, skimming the northern coastline, deserted islands and Wray Castle. See the Lake District landscapes that William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter so admired before crossing the Scottish border bound for Gretna Green. Here you'll learn how eloping couples would tie the knot over the legendary anvil against their parents' wishes.

Tonight, an Optional Experience could see you join your travel companions for a delicious traditional dinner at a local restaurant. (B) Stay: Doubletree by Hilton Edinburgh Queensferry Crossing.

Discover Edinburgh's mystical allure which has captivated writers, poets, politicians and royalty. Your Local Specialist will guide this morning's sightseeing tour past the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Edinburgh Castle. You'll explore the medieval Royal Mile and cross the City to the grand Georgian boulevards of New Town. The rest of the day is free to explore Edinburgh on your terms. Consider joining one of two special Optional Experiences, visiting the mysterious Rosslyn Chapel or exploring what lies behind the impenetrable walls of Edinburgh Castle.

This evening is your chance to enjoy delicious food and wine, join in the singing and watch a Highland dance or two. Time your visit to coincide with the Edinburgh Tattoo, and you'll get tickets included on certain departures! (B)

Your journey south ventures through what was once referred to as 'The Debatable Lands' where all that remains of Jedburgh Abbey are its 12th-century ruins. Admire the expansive Cheviot Hills at Carter Bar, snapping a selfie at the Anglo-Scottish border. Continue into Northumberland National Park to view Hadrian's Wall, the largest Roman archaeological feature anywhere in the world.

Then cross the Tyne River at Newcastle and stop in York, where an orientation tour will reveal the city's medieval heritage and spiritual heart, its Gothic Minster. Wander down the narrow cobbled Shambles, before enjoying dinner in a traditional York pub. Then continue to your hotel in Bradford where you'll lay your head for the evening. (B/D) Stay: Leonardo Hotel

The streets and squares of Stratford-upon-Avon remain much as they did in the time of Shakespeare. Embark on your own exploration of the historic market town where England's famous bard was born and buried. There's time to join an Optional Experience to Warwick Castle and even see the firing of the greatest of medieval siege weapons, the Trebuchet. (B) Stay: DoubleTree by Hilton

Take a step back in time to the Cotswolds, a glorious collection of tiny thatched villages and rolling green hills. Your scenic drive through this historic corner of Britain will bring you to Bladon, where Sir Winston Churchill is buried in the unassuming churchyard at St. Martin's Church. Churchill, widely credited with delivering the British nation from the brink of defeat to victory in World War II, loved the Cotswolds and spent his retirement here.

Next up is a visit to Oxford, England's oldest university city. See several of its iconic landmarks before continuing south to London, where you'll bid your Travel Director and new friends a fond farewell. (B)

Trip Inclusions

  • Windsor - View the Royal Castle
  • Bath - Visit the Georgian spa town
  • Cardiff - View Cardiff Castle
  • Waterford - Visit the Waterford Crystal Showroom
  • Blarney - Kiss the Blarney Stone
  • Adare - View the prettiest village in Ireland
  • Limerick - View King John's Castle and see St. Mary's Cathedral
  • Galway - See Galway Cathedral
  • Dublin - See St. Patrick's Cathedral, Christchurch Cathedral, the Georgian Squares and Trinity College with a Local Specialist
  • Chester - View the timbered buildings known as the 'Rows'
  • Lake District - Visit this picturesque region
  • Gretna Green - Visit this town, popular with eloping couples since 1754
  • Edinburgh - With your Local Specialist see Princes Street, the Royal Mile and the Castle
  • Jedburgh - View the Jedburgh Abbey ruins
  • Hadrian's Wall - View the remains of the Roman wall
  • York - View York Minster and stroll along the Shambles
  • Stratford-upon-Avon - Visit the town of Shakespeare and see Anne Hathaway's cottage
  • Bladon - View Sir Winston Churchill's grave
  • Oxford - View the Bodleian Library
  • Liverpool - Visit the Beatles' hometown

  • An expert Travel Director and professional Driver
  • The services of a Costsaver Local Host if you stay at Costsaver's recommended London hotel
  • Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted
  • Many meals and daily breakfasts included
  • City orientation tours
  • Audio headsets are provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach with Wi-Fi in most countries
  • Extensive variety of Choice Experiences

  • 4 Dinner (D)
  • 11 Breakfast (B)

  • Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included
  • On occasion, hotels of similar standard and location may be utilised.

  • Windsor - View the Royal Castle
  • Bath - Visit the Georgian spa town
  • Cardiff - View Cardiff Castle
  • Waterford - Visit the Waterford Crystal Showroom
  • Blarney - Kiss the Blarney Stone
  • Adare - View the prettiest village in Ireland
  • Limerick - View King John's Castle and see St. Mary's Cathedral
  • Galway - See Galway Cathedral
  • Dublin - See St. Patrick's Cathedral, Christchurch Cathedral, the Georgian Squares and Trinity College with a Local Specialist
  • Chester - View the timbered buildings known as the 'Rows'
  • Lake District - Visit this picturesque region
  • Gretna Green - Visit this town, popular with eloping couples since 1754
  • Edinburgh - With your Local Specialist see Princes Street, the Royal Mile and the Castle
  • Jedburgh - View the Jedburgh Abbey ruins
  • Hadrian's Wall - View the remains of the Roman wall
  • York - View York Minster and stroll along the Shambles
  • Stratford-upon-Avon - Visit the town of Shakespeare and see Anne Hathaway's cottage
  • Bladon - View Sir Winston Churchill's grave
  • Oxford - View the Bodleian Library
  • Liverpool - Visit the Beatles' hometown

  • An expert Travel Director and professional Driver
  • The services of a Costsaver Local Host if you stay at Costsaver's recommended London hotel
  • Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted
  • Many meals and daily breakfasts included
  • City orientation tours
  • Audio headsets are provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach with Wi-Fi in most countries
  • Extensive variety of Choice Experiences

  • 4 Dinner (D)
  • 11 Breakfast (B)

  • Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included
  • On occasion, hotels of similar standard and location may be utilised.

Trip Reviews (6) Most Recent 'Britain and Ireland Experience' Reviews

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AVG. RATING 4.7 / 5
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Excellent tour of Britain 1 , NSW, Australia, Jun 2019
Great tour guide, lots of extras, good food. Most enjoyable journey thanks Costsaver and Yvonne at Global Journeys.
Fantastic introduction to UK & Ireland 6 , VIC, Australia, Jun 2016
This tour is quite fast paced. There are at least two long days devoted to travelling from one destination to another. The remaining days are packed with numerous historical sights, interesting villages or small cities to visit. Many of the times you are left to explore on your own with guidance from the tour guide. Many 'must see' locations are visited. ...read more The coach does travel along motorways when necessary...but most importantly you will veer onto very narrow country roads to admire the beautiful scenery that the UK & Ireland are famous for. The tour guide on this particular tour was Andrew Speed who very capably shared his vast historical knowledge throughout the tour. The accommodation offered varied...some hotels needing refurbishment to some newly built. Most disappointing was the location of the Dublin & Edinburgh hotels. They were too far away from these city locations and if you didn't do the optional excursions there wasn't much to do. The optional tours relating to sightseeing were well worth doing as they added to the overall experience. The dining out/ entertainment optionals were very expensive but were enjoyed by those that attended. The included breakfasts & dinners were excellent. A fantastic tour for getting a feel of the UK & Ireland!
Excellent package for first time traveller to UK and Ireland 4 , Australia, Jun 2013
Excellent package for first time traveller to UK and Ireland. I can only wish I took the longer travel days. The tour guide David, was very knowledgeable of the British History and very professional. The places we visited were historically significant. As a whole I quite enjoyed and very satisfied with the tour.
Great sights, great adventures, great scenery and history 2 , Australia, Apr 2013
The tour was excellent. Great sights, great adventures, great scenery and history.
Enjoyed every day of tour 2 , Australia, Apr 2013
Our Tour Director was fantastic, informative and helpful, fellow travellers were friendly and enjoyed each others company. Will definitely do similar trips in near future. Would recommend this type of travel to friends and others.
Exactly what I needed 6 , Australia, Aug 2012
The Trafalgar 12 day 'Britain and Ireland tour' was exactly what I needed to start off my 2 months around Europe. The group was an older age group which meant for more sightseeing and an overall excellent cultural rather than a party experience. The tour director Steve Morris was excellent and the driver Glen made the journey safe and without a scratch. ...read more Quite exceptional considering the narrow streets of Britain in a 52 seat coach. Excellent and would recommend to everyone wanting a cultural journey through Britain and Ireland.
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