No Excuses: This Awesome Ireland Vaca Is $700, All In

No Excuses: This Awesome Ireland Vaca Is $700, All In

Admit it, your Irish eyes are smiling.

By Courtney Thompson

I’m one of the lucky ones who can say they’ve been to the Motherland. That’s right, this almost-one-hundred-percent Irish girl made it to Ireland a few years back, and I’ve been counting down the days til I can return—and lucky for all of us, that trip might be happening sooner than I anticipated!


Thanks to Great Value Vacations, a six-night trip to Dublin from Boston or New York is now $699 when you travel on select dates in November and December. (Prices go up slightly if you want to travel earlier in the fall or in the new year—see below for more details.) Included in that rate is a roundtrip flight, stays at a four-star hotel in each of the trip’s destination towns and a manual car rental for the week. Yep, you’re road tripping the Irish countryside and coast, which is truly the only way to see the best Ireland has to offer up-close.

What do you have to pay for? Well, pretty much everything is included—except for the Guinness, of course. That’s on you. To nab this deal, book by June 2.


THE DEAL: $699 for six nights in Ireland. Price includes roundtrip flights from Boston or New York to Dublin, hotel stays in four Irish towns (Kilkenny, Tralee, Adare and Saggart) and a car rental for the trip’s entirety.

EXTRAS: For an additional $99, you can purchase daily breakfast and an admission ticket to Cliffs of Moher, Kilkenny Castle, Guinness Storehouse and Bunratty Castle.

WHEN YOU CAN GO: Select dates November-December; Add $50 for travel in February-March 2018; Add $100 for travel in September and October; Add $400 for July and August.

BUY FROM: Great Value Vacations, $699+

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