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  • Winter has come and gone! So why not head on a break to Ireland where you can step right into the world of Game of Thrones on this epic 3, 5 or 7-night self-driven tour of the country's most iconic filming locations.
  • From Dublin, to Belfast, the Carrick–A–Rede Rope Bridge, the Bushmills Distillery and the UNESCO-listed Giants Causeway, you'll see some magnificent sights with this unique holiday experience.
  • Choose between two sets of hotels throughout your stay, and enjoy the benefits of daily breakfast, included car hire and an exclusive Heritage Island Touring Guide & Explorer Coupon!

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Your Destinations

Visit a captivating country with beautiful landscapes... A land of myth and medieval history, of crystal clear lakes and rugged white cliffs, vast green meadows and ancient woodland. Ireland is steeped in history and can trace its heritage to almost 5,000 thousand years ago.

Ireland is also famous for its warm welcome
– its“Cead Mile Failte” or “One Hundred Thousand Welcomes”. It is because of these factors that Ireland has been the chosen location for many famous TV shows and movies. In recent times the HBO Box Office hit Game of Thrones has been filmed in the Antrim area of Northern Ireland, but other movie greats filmed in Ireland include: The Quiet Man, filmed in Cong, Co. Mayo in 1952, Ryan’s Daughter, filmed in Dingle, Co. Kerry in1970, Far and Away also filmed in Dingle in 1992, Braveheart (1995) filmed in locations around Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare and Meath and the Tudors (2007 to 2010) filmed in Dublin. Discover some of the most iconic spots on this amazing tour!

Our Offers

Offer 1: 3-night stay in B&B/3* Hotels

Offer 2: 3-night stay in 3*4* Hotels

Offer 3: 5-night stay in B&B/3* Hotels

Offer 4: 5-night stay in 3*/4* Hotels

Offer 5: 7-night stay in B&B/3* Hotels

Offer 6: 7-night stay in 3*/4* Hotels

Your Itinerary In Brief

3 Nights
Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Day 2: Dublin - Belfast
Day 3: Belfast City & Game of Thrones Tour
Day 4: Departure

5 Nights
Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Day 2: Dublin - Belfast
Day 3: Belfast City & Game of Thrones Tour
Day 4: Giants Causeway, Bushmills & Derry
Day 5: Derry - Dublin
Day 6: Departure

7 Nights
Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Day 2: Dublin - Belfast
Day 3: Belfast City & Game of Thrones Tour
Day 4: Belfast to Ballycastle
Day 5: Giants Causeway, Bushmills & Derry
Day 6: Derry - Donegal
Day 7: Donegal - Dublin
Day 8: Departure

Your Itinerary

During their stay, our members will follow one of the itineraries as detailed below.

3 Nights

Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Arrive at Dublin Airport and transfer to the city centre for a Dublin City tour. The North Side of the city offers striking monuments such as the GPO (General Post Office) on O’Connell Street & the Phoenix Park, the largest public park in Europe. The city’s south side appears more sophisticated with its vast Georgian squares, and is home to Trinity College, Dublin Castle & two Anglican Cathedrals. Finally, today you will have the option to visit the Guinness Storehouse (excursion not included in the price - see below in options). Enjoy an overnight stay in the Dublin area.

Day 2: Dublin - Belfast
This morning, depart Dublin and head northwards. You will have the opportunity to visit the Trim Castle (excursion not included in the price - see below in options), which was used to film the York and London scenes for Braveheart. Next you will visit the nearby Bru na Boinne and Newgrange. The archaeological landscape within Brú na Bóinne is dominated by the three wellknown large passage tombs, Knowth, Newgrange and Dowth, built some 5,000 years ago in the Neolithic or Late Stone Age. Travelling North, head for Downpatrick, the burial ground of Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland. In addition, enjoy the option to visit Castle Ward (excursion not included in the price - see below in options), to visit some of the spots used for filming in season one of Game of Thrones. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Antrim area.
Day 3: Belfast City & Game of Thrones Tour
This morning, enjoy a panoramic tour Belfast City. Seek out some of the landmark sites such as City Hall and Queens University. Optionally visit The Titanic Belfast Experience (excursion not included in the price - see in options below); a dramatic, innovative and exciting presentation of the real story of the Titanic. This state-of-the-art exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the life of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, to her famous maiden voyage and tragic end. In the afternoon travel from Belfast to the northeast shores of Lough Neagh and Shane’s Castle. Built in 1345 by a member of the royal house of O’Neill, the castle ruins and its 2600-acre demesne near Randalstown was the scene of extensive filming for the Game of Thrones series (visitors not allowed inside the castle or estate). Outside the village of Ballygally lies Cairncastle - the location for many other scenes from Game of Thrones. Cairncastle has its own tale of the nobleman supposedly drowned along the coastline in 1588 as part of the ill-fated Spanish Armada. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Antrim area.

Day 4: Departure
Transfer to Dublin Airport for your return flight home.

5 Nights

Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Arrive at Dublin Airport and transfer to the city centre for a Dublin City tour. The North Side of the city offers striking monuments such as the GPO (General Post Office) on O’Connell Street & the Phoenix Park, the largest public park in Europe. The city’s south side appears more sophisticated with its vast Georgian squares, and is home to Trinity College, Dublin Castle & two Anglican Cathedrals. Finally, today you will have the option to visit the Guinness Storehouse (excursion not included in the price - see below in options). Enjoy an overnight stay in the Dublin area.

Day 2: Dublin - Belfast
This morning, depart Dublin and head northwards. You will have the opportunity to visit the Trim Castle (excursion not included in the price - see below in options), which was used to film the York and London scenes for Braveheart. Next you will visit the nearby Bru na Boinne and Newgrange. The archaeological landscape within Brú na Bóinne is dominated by the three wellknown large passage tombs, Knowth, Newgrange and Dowth, built some 5,000 years ago in the Neolithic or Late Stone Age. Travelling North, head for Downpatrick, the burial ground of Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland. In addition, enjoy the option to visit Castle Ward (excursion not included in the price - see below in options), to visit some of the spots used for filming in season one of Game of Thrones. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Antrim area.
Day 3: Belfast City & Game of Thrones Tour
This morning, enjoy a panoramic tour Belfast City. Seek out some of the landmark sites such as City Hall and Queens University. Optionally visit The Titanic Belfast Experience (excursion not included in the price - see in options below); a dramatic, innovative and exciting presentation of the real story of the Titanic. This state-of-the-art exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the life of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, to her famous maiden voyage and tragic end. In the afternoon travel from Belfast to the northeast shores of Lough Neagh and Shane’s Castle. Built in 1345 by a member of the royal house of O’Neill, the castle ruins and its 2600-acre demesne near Randalstown was the scene of extensive filming for the Game of Thrones series (visitors not allowed inside the castle or estate). Outside the village of Ballygally lies Cairncastle - the location for many other scenes from Game of Thrones. Cairncastle has its own tale of the nobleman supposedly drowned along the coastline in 1588 as part of the ill-fated Spanish Armada. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Antrim area.

Day 4: Giants Causeway, Bushmills & Derry
No visit to the north of Ireland would be complete without calling in to the Giants Causeway which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (excursion not included in the price - see below in options). Made up of a network of approximately 40,000 basalt columns projecting into the ocean, the Giant’s Causeway forms several miles of Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal route. Later visit Bushmills Distillery – one of the world’s oldest distilleries. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Derry area.
Day 5: Derry - Dublin
This morning commences your return journey to Dublin. Travelling south through the Fermanagh Lake District, visit Castle Coole, a magnificent 18th- century mansion and landscape park. Castle Coole is one of Ireland's finest Neo-classical houses, allowing visitors to glimpse what life was like in the home of the Earls of Belmore. Next visit the nearby Marble Arch Caves, one of Europe's finest showcaves with a fascinating natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers. Lively and informative guides conduct tours past a bewildering variety of cave formations - stalactites glisten above streamways and chambers while fragile mineral veils and cascades of creamy calcite coat walls and spread as shimmering terraces across rock strewn floors. Enjoy an overnight stay in Dublin.

Day 6: Departure
Transfer to Dublin Airport for your return flight home.

7 Nights

Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Arrive at Dublin Airport and transfer to the city centre for a Dublin City tour. The North Side of the city offers striking monuments such as the GPO (General Post Office) on O’Connell Street & the Phoenix Park, the largest public park in Europe. The city’s south side appears more sophisticated with its vast Georgian squares, and is home to Trinity College, Dublin Castle & two Anglican Cathedrals. Finally, today you will have the option to visit the Guinness Storehouse (excursion not included in the price - see below in options). Enjoy an overnight stay in the Dublin area.

Day 2: Dublin - Belfast
This morning, depart Dublin and head northwards. You will have the opportunity to visit the Trim Castle (excursion not included in the price - see below in options), which was used to film the York and London scenes for Braveheart. Next you will visit the nearby Bru na Boinne and Newgrange. The archaeological landscape within Brú na Bóinne is dominated by the three wellknown large passage tombs, Knowth, Newgrange and Dowth, built some 5,000 years ago in the Neolithic or Late Stone Age. Travelling North, head for Downpatrick, the burial ground of Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland. In addition, enjoy the option to visit Castle Ward (excursion not included in the price - see below in options), to visit some of the spots used for filming in season one of Game of Thrones. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Antrim area.
Day 3: Belfast City & Game of Thrones Tour
This morning, enjoy a panoramic tour Belfast City. Seek out some of the landmark sites such as City Hall and Queens University. Optionally visit The Titanic Belfast Experience (excursion not included in the price - see in options below); a dramatic, innovative and exciting presentation of the real story of the Titanic. This state-of-the-art exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the life of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, to her famous maiden voyage and tragic end. In the afternoon travel from Belfast to the northeast shores of Lough Neagh and Shane’s Castle. Built in 1345 by a member of the royal house of O’Neill, the castle ruins and its 2600-acre demesne near Randalstown was the scene of extensive filming for the Game of Thrones series (visitors not allowed inside the castle or estate). Outside the village of Ballygally lies Cairncastle - the location for many other scenes from Game of Thrones. Cairncastle has its own tale of the nobleman supposedly drowned along the coastline in 1588 as part of the ill-fated Spanish Armada. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Antrim area.

Day 4: Belfast - Ballycastle
This morning, leave Belfast and travel towards the picturesque town of Glenarm on the north Antrim coastline the setting of many Game of Thrones scenes. Time permitting, pay a visit to Steensons Jewellers in the village, producer of many of the jewels featured in the hit TV Series. Continue on along the Antrim coastline enjoying the spectacular views, rolling hills and scenic villages. Next visit Carrick-a- Rede Rope Bridge. One of Northern Ireland’s most famous landmarks, the bridge is suspended across a 20-metre chasm between the mainland and the tiny Carrick Island, with a 23-metre drop to the water below. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Ballycastle or Bushmills areas.
Day 5: Giants Causeway, Bushmills & Derry
No visit to the north of Ireland would be complete without calling in to the Giants Causeway which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (excursion not included in the price - see below in options). Made up of a network of approximately 40,000 basalt columns projecting into the ocean, the Giant’s Causeway forms several miles of Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal route. Later visit Bushmills Distillery – one of the world’s oldest distilleries. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Derry area.

Day 6: Derry -Donegal
This morning enjoy a walking tour of the walled city of Derry. Leaving Derry you will travel to Donegal, where you can visit Glenveagh National Park and Glenveagh Castle. Situated in the Northwest of Co. Donegal, Glenveagh encompasses some 16,000 hectares in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains. Drive by the nearby Glenties, where Brian Friel’s play “Dancing at Lughnasa” was filmed. Enjoy an overnight stay in the Donegal area.

Day 7: Donegal - Dublin
This morning commences your return journey to Dublin. Travelling south through the Fermanagh Lake District, visit Castle Coole, a magnificent 18th- century mansion and landscape park. Castle Coole is one of Ireland's finest Neo-classical houses, allowing visitors to glimpse what life was like in the home of the Earls of Belmore. Next visit the nearby Marble Arch Caves, one of Europe's finest showcaves with a fascinating natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers. Lively and informative guides conduct tours past a bewildering variety of cave formations - stalactites glisten above streamways and chambers while fragile mineral veils and cascades of creamy calcite coat walls and spread as shimmering terraces across rock strewn floors. Enjoy an overnight stay in Dublin.

Day 8: Departure
Transfer to Dublin Airport for your return flight home.

Your Tour Hotels

Our members may choose between the following B&B/3* or 3*/4* hotels, where they will be accommodated in Standard Double Rooms on a Bed and Breakfast Board Basis.

B&B/3* Hotels

Your Tour Hotels
Belfast/County Antrim: Drumgart B&B or Similar

Ballycastle: Bushmills Inn or Similar (only available with 7-night stays)

Derry: Phoenix B&B or Similar (only available with 5 and 7-night stays)

Donegal: Inisean B&B or Similar (only available with 7-night stays)

Dublin: Maldron Newlands Cross Hotel or Similar

Sleeps up to

Adults Adults
2 Adults
+
1 Child

3*/4* Hotels

Your Tour Hotels
Dublin: Maldron Newlands Cross Hotel or Similar

County Antrim: Wellington Park Hotel or Similar

Ballycastle: Bushmills Inn or Similar (only available on 7-night stays)

Derry: White Horse Hotel or Similar (only available on 5 or 7-night stays)

Donegal: Millpark Hotel or Similar (only available with 7-night stays)

Sleeps up to

Adults Adults
2 Adults
+
1 Child

Please note: the bed for the 3rd guest sharing is likely to be a sofa bed or camp style bed. If any of these hotels are not available, hotels of a similar standard will be found.

Your Inclusions

Heritage Island Touring Guide & Explorer Coupon

Your Inclusions
Welcome to Ireland - an island of history rich heritage, with incredible scenery and superb exhibition and interpretation centres that will reward your visit. Discover the main attractions and cities of Irish heritage in 2019 thanks to your pass. Just present it at the entrance of each attraction mentioned in your voucher to receive the specified special offer.

Your Optional Excursions

Entrance to Guinness Storehouse

Your Optional Excursions
Built across 7 floors on pint-shaped architecture, the Guinness Museum impresses and imposes! Although this is only a place where Guinness promotes itself, you can get caught up in the game, due to the quality of the show. Everything is done to help you discover the manufacturing processes of Guinness.

Entrance to Castle Ward

Your Optional Excursions
Castle Ward is a Victorian fortified tower house set in 332 hectares of parkland. The place is friendly, quiet and authentic, and currently attracts a lot of fans of the Game Of Thrones series. A visit that should plunge you into the heart of the eighteenth century! The icing on the cake: the castle also has a small souvenir shop, which should pique your curiosity!

Entrance to Titanic Belfast

Your Optional Excursions
Imagine yourself in the heart of the liner, walking down the grand staircase of the dining room, standing in front of the bar of the command post, and discovering the rooms of the 1st and second classes ... These are the breathtaking attractions on offer at the Titanic Belfast Experience Museum! Relive the dramatic stories of the Titanic liner, loaded with emotion, which will seem to resurface straight from the past!

Entrance to Giants Causeway

Your Optional Excursions
Legend has it that an Irish giant named Finn MacCool wanted to fight against Benandonner, a giant living in Scotland. But no boat was big enough to carry one and the other. According to legend, Finn MacCool put an end to the dilemma by constructing, with the help of stone columns, a causeway linking the two countries. Benandonner took up the challenge and took this road to cross the sea to Ireland. He was taller and stronger than Finn MacCool. Hardly had Finn MacCools' wife noticed that she decided to trick and disguise her giant from husband to baby. When Benandonner arrived at their house and saw the "baby", he was frightened. He thought that if the child was that size, he would rather not meet the father. He returned to Scotland and to be sure that Finn MacCool could not follow him, he destroyed the roadway behind him. In Ireland, therefore, only the stones that now build the Giant's Causeway remain of this roadway.For more than three hundred years, this amusing story has been told to Irish children to explain the origin of the Giant's Causeway.

Entrance to Trim Castle

Your Optional Excursions
Trim Castle was built over 2 generations, by Hugues de Lacy and his son from 1172, to end in 1206. Its primary function was to be a center of the Norman administration, responsible for caring of the Meath County Administrative Area. Hugues de Lacy, was then entrusted by Henry II of England, the heavy task of ensuring the smooth running of the center. From centuries to centuries, the castle passes into the hands of various owners, such as the Wellington family, the Leslies family from Glasough, the Plunketts and the barons of Dunsany, who remain the owners of the castle until the end of the 20th century. In 1993, the Lord Dunsany decided to surrender the castle and the land to the Irish State, subject to having a right to fish on the River Boyne.It was then that the Irish State decided to launch a great campaign of restoration of the castle, consisting of renovating the fort, and to carry out some archaeological excavations in order to find vestiges of the Anglo-Norman civilisation of the medieval period.

Your Journey

Flights: The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.

Car Hire: Car hire is included throughout this offer. You will collect and return your car at Dublin Airport as detailed below.

Car Hire T&C's

Deposit: Credit card or Cash (CDW & Petrol Deposit). Credit card at commencement of rental is mandatory - to cover toll fees, speed cameras, parking offences etc. Cash payment may be made at end of rental
Non waivable excess: EUR1600. (NB: Accounts are blocked, not charged on renters' credit card, unless the Super Cover is purchased
- Hertz reserve the right to apply SDW, or part thereof in the event the excess is unobtainable at time of pick-up) Super Cover (please see NB re excess/SDW above): Damage excess can be reduced to zero by purchasing an additional product called Super Cover (SDW). Clients must purchase SDW and must pay by credit card.
- Some items are not included in SDW - Tyres, wheels, keys or fuel. Prices are subject to change. EUR19.30 per day (Group A & B car types)
- Third Party liability: included. Customer service reserves the right to pass complaints or disputes of atersales purchases of upgrades or supplements, or of fuel or toll disputes to Hertz, for a direct resolution between both parties. Additional driver charge: EUR10 per day, per driver including tax.
- Minimum age: 23/24 years. A young driver surcharge of EUR26 per day including tax will be applied. Damage excess will be an amount of EUR1600.
- Driving licence: Must hold a current national licence valid for at least 2 years or more at time of rental.
- Provisional/learner drivers or seriously endorsed licence holders are not eligible to a rent a car e.g. drink driving disqualification.
- Maximum age: customers aged over 75 years can rent with specific conditions: Must drive on a regular basis, provide a letter from your doctor to state that you have been in good health for at least 12 months, provide a letter from your insurance company to state that you have not had an accident in the last 5 years, that you hold a current policy of motor insurance with them and that you are currently driving.
- Baby seats: On request basis. EUR40/15 per hire or if not returned a charge of EUR100 will be implemented including tax. Booster seats: baby/booster seats are suitable for children aged between 6 months -11 years.
- GPS- Navigation system "never lost": GPS: EUR11.35 per day, with a maximum of EUR68.10 per week rental including tax. Payable directly by the customer. Clients are allowed a 29 minute grace period. Collision Damage Waiver and Theft Protection included. M50 (Barrier Free Tolling): A barrier free tolling system is now in operation on the Dublin M50 Motorway between Junction 6 (N3 Blanchardstown) and Junction 7 (N4 Lucan).
- All Hertz vehicles have been registered with the toll operator and therefore Hertz will be charged automatically for each toll incurred. A toll fee of EUR3 per usage will be charged directly to the customer on their credit card. Cash payment facilities are available at tolling booths on all other toll roads in Ireland- renter is responsible for payment.
Specific conditions: the main driver name must be mentioned on the booking
Opening Hours of car hire: 0500-0100.
Phone number of Hertz at Dublin airport: +353 (0)1 844 5466
Rental car to be picked up and dropped off at Dublin airport.

Weather

Jan
min : 1°C max : 8°C
Feb
min : 2°C max : 8°C
Mar
min : 3°C max : 10°C
Apr
min : 4°C max : 13°C
May
min : 6°C max : 15°C
Jun
min : 9°C max : 18°C
Jul
min : 11°C max : 20°C
Aug
min : 11°C max : 19°C
Sep
min : 9°C max : 17°C
Oct
min : 6°C max : 14°C
Nov
min : 4°C max : 10°C
Dec
min : 3°C max : 8°C

Travel Advice

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information please click here. 

Please note that the advice can change, and you should continue to check all advice until you travel. 


Entry Requirements 

You must ensure you have a valid passport to travel on. 

If your passport describes you as a British Citizen, you do not need a visa to enter Ireland. For non-British citizens, you should check the current entry requirements on the website of the Foreign Ministry and if necessary, confirm with the Irish Embassy. 


Health
 

For information about important health advice and any vaccinations required please visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice and https://travelhealthpro.org.uk/countries

If vaccinations or other preventive measures are required, you will need to visit your health professional at least 8 weeks before your trip. In the event that you are referred to a medical facility for treatment, you should contact your insurance/medical assistance company immediately. 

Please note that passport, visa and health requirements can change. It is every traveller’s responsibility to ensure they have a valid passport, any required visas, and all the necessary vaccinations/health requirements as well as adequate insurance. 

Brexit 

If you are travelling to the EU, the UK government recommends that you have six months left on your passport on the date of your arrival to an EU country. You should also check when your passport was renewed.

If you renewed a 10-year adult passport before it expired, extra months may have been added to your passport’s expiry date. These extra months over 10 years will not count towards the 6 months that must be remaining. The UK Government has published a website tool to check the validity of your passport under these rules: https://www.passport.service.gov.uk/check-a-passport

You can renew your passport online or by going to a Post Office with a Check and Send service: https://www.gov.uk/renew-adult-passport/renew

If your passport does not meet the criteria for third-country nationals, you may be denied entry to any of the Schengen area countries. 

Please visit https://www.gov.uk/guidance/passport-rules-for-travel-to-europe-after-brexit for further information.

In More Detail

Please Note: This offer is Non-Refundable.

Please find practical information about the property and your trip: 

This tour is not accessible to people with reduced mobility. 
Check-in time: 3 pm
Check-out time: before 12 pm

Our price doesn’t include any additional taxes, which may be payable locally.

Please Note: 
Check-in outside the hotel's standard times may incur additional fees. Check out times are subject to change, please check these with the hotel upon arrival.
Schedules and prices are subject to change. 
If the property is accessible to people with reduced mobility, this is subject to availability. To book a room for reduced mobility, please contact our Customer Services Team. 

What's Included

  • Accommodation in Standard Double Rooms in hotels as per itinerary
  • Breakfast
  • Heritage Island Touring Guide & Explorer Coupon
  • Car hire from Hertz included throughout

Not Included

  • Drinks and other meals not clearly mentioned
  • Surcharge for special requests on food, and meals.
  • Entrance fees, permits and guide service during free time.
  • Insurance, gratuities and personal expenses
  • Surcharge for public holidays

Car Hire

Please note you cannot be guaranteed a specific make of car within a certain group.
The minimum age for driving a hire car in Ireland is 21 and drivers must have held a full driving licence for a least 1 year.

The lead name on the booking will be confirmed as the named driver.  The named driver must present a credit card in their name when collecting the car (credit cards in other names will not be accepted).

The named driver must also present a full valid driving licence on collection of the vehicle and in some cases a credit card or cash deposit will be required.

Please ensure that you check your car hire documents carefully once received as this will advise if there are any taxes/charges to be paid locally as well as potential mileage restrictions.

Your Contract

If you book a package which includes flights, your contract will be with Voyage Privé. The air holiday package(s) shown are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is 10170.

If you book a package which does not include flights, then ATOL protection does not apply. Your contract will be with the provider of the accommodation and not Voyage Privé. Voyage Privé acts only as agent for the accommodation provider.

Please read our booking conditions before confirming your holiday.

Important Information

If booking as a single traveller, room occupancy is not guaranteed. You may be placed in either a single, double or twin room, based on the availability of the property at the time. 

The location shown on our map is to be used as a guide only and the actual location of the property may differ.

Your contact details may be passed on to the hotel so that they can make contact with you to discuss your booking in advance of your arrival.

You may be asked to provide a credit/debit card deposit on arrival to cover any purchases made in the hotel.

Although we endeavour to provide up to date information we cannot guarantee that all hotel facilities and services will be available during your stay, especially when travelling out of the main holiday periods.

Star rating standards may differ to that of the UK, depending on the country of travel.

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