Seven Seas Navigator
Depart from either: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide Perth
SALES VALIDITY: 20 December 2019
FARE TYPE: Economy Booking Classes Q/V
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With a history of delighting guests and providing personalised service since 1885, The Langham, London is truly a London icon. With the recent addition of deluxe suites, British tavern and a new spa, the re-imagining of Europe's first Grand Hotel is ever evolving.
Board the Grand Hibernian in Dublin. Once on board, join the train manager for champagne in the Observation Car. Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea as the train journeys towards Cork. Disembark in Cork for a short walking tour of nearby Cobh with a local historian. Rejoin Belmond Grand Hibernian for your first gastronomic dinner on board.
After a leisurely Irish breakfast, select one of two morning activities on Cork: a guided walking tour of the riverside city or an exclusive tour of the world-famous Jameson Distillery in Midleton, finishing with a rare whiskey tasting. Rejoin the train for lunch and continue to Killarney National Park. Disembark for a fun ride in a traditional jaunting car. Arrive at 15th-century Ross Castle on the shores of Lough Leane and alight for a scenic boat trip. Afterwards, either stroll back to the train and relax, or enjoy free time exploring the charming streets of Killarney.
After brunch, arrive in Galway where you have a choice of three activities:
1) Drive into the hills to visit a traditional farm and watch an exciting sheepdog display. Enjoy afternoon tea before continuing to medieval Dunguaire Castle on the shores of Gamway Bay.
2) Escape to the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Absorb the inspiring views, including the Aran Islands and Twelve Bens Mountains in the distance.
3) Step out on a walking tour of Galway with a knowledgeable guide, the enjoy time exploring the city independently. Discover the Latin Quarter, 18th-century Eyre Square and tradtional pubs.
Back on board, dinner is served as the train continues towards Athlone.
A full day begins with a visit to the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, on Westport. Set in the splendid grounds of Turlough Park House, on the County Mayo coast, it explores the rural lifestyles of Irish people in the 19th and 20th centuries. Stop for lunch at a local tavern before visiting Westport House, a magnificent stately home dating back 350 years. In the grounds admire the views of Clew Bay and Croagh Patrick. Before rejoining the train for the evening, take time to explore Westport's picturesque town centre.
The train makes its final journey back to Dublin where you will alight.
The unrivalled location and luxury of The Westbury blends city living with an oasis of comfort and calm. The hotel's central location offers access to the pedestrianised social hub of Grafton Street, as well as the historic open spaces of Trinity College and St Stephen's Green.
With a fantastic atmosphere and unique location at the last frontier in Nyhavn Canal, 71 Nyhavn Hotel is at home in two newly renovated warehouse buildings from the early 1800s. From the southern side of the building, unparalleled views to the many beautiful museum ships and the clucking water await you, offering one of the best views the city has to offer.The hotel encompasses 130 rooms decorated with humble respect for the history of the buildings with a repartition of 66 refurbished rooms in “The Yellow Warehouse” and 64 rooms in “The Red Warehouse”, which have also received an extensive upgrade.