Belfast lies snuggled into the rugged coast of Northern Ireland where the River Lagan flows to the sea. This Northern Ireland capital saw its earliest settlement in the early Middle Ages. At that time, a substantial stone fortress punctuated the horizon. Today, world travelers are eager to view her physical beauty and discover her renewed tranquility. Residents enjoy performances at the Grand Opera House, shop at trendy stores, and visit pubs lining The Golden Mile.

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  • Executive Collection Half Day Car

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 2 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

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  • Executive Collection Full Day Car

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 2 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

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  • Executive Collection Half Day Minibus

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 10 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

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  • Executive Collection Half Day Van

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 4 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

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  • Panoramic Belfast

    Spend a few hours discovering Belfast on this leisurely panoramic tour that introduces you to the many varied features and important landmarks of Northern Ireland's largest city.

    Belfast is a city of both industry and elegance, and boasts a rich and varied past. Its origins go back to an ancient fort controlling the ford across the River Lagan, which flows through the city. Built with 19th century industrial money, many fine buildings from this era continue to grace the city today and are reminders of its prosperous past.

    As your tour progresses, you'll enjoy commentary on such sights as the Grand Opera House and the Albert Memorial before passing Queen's University and the Botanic Gardens. Located in these gardens is the Palm House - a superb structure of cast iron and curved glass panels built even before Kew Gardens opened in London in 1839.

    You will also drive past Belfast City Hall - an impressive building with a 300 ft. long façade of Portland stone, which dominates Donegall Square. The Renaissance-style building has a whispering gallery and on the main landing is a mural by John Luke - a romanticized portrayal of the great old industries of Belfast; rope makers, linen and shipbuilding - which today appears somewhat naïve. A brief stop here will allow you photograph what is perhaps the most noteworthy of the statues to be found on the grounds. It is the marble figure of "Thane" on a granite pedestal, sculpted by Sir Thomas Brock and commemorating the sinking in 1912 of the R.M.S. Titanic, the ill-fated Belfast built ocean liner.

    Traveling a short distance outside the city, you'll see Stormont, seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly. A symbol of progress to Northern Ireland's troubled past, the power sharing executive with responsibility for Northern affairs rules from this impressive building.

    Included in your tour is a drive through the alternative sights of Belfast which includes the political wall murals located on the Protestant Shankill Road and the Catholic Falls Road, which are a unique cultural experience. Another photo stop is scheduled here before continuing on.

    Before returning to the pier, you will also see the former Crumlin Road Court House and Crumlin Jail, and The Peace Line.

    Please note: This tour is considered panoramic with only brief photo stops. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who utilize a collapsible wheelchair, can make their way on and off the coach and are accompanied by a companion. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned only to participate to the extent of their personal stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. The order of the sites viewed or visited may vary.

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  • Executive Collection Full Day Minibus

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 10 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

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  • Executive Collection Full Day Van

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 4 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

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  • Ards Peninsula & Grey Abbey

    Enjoy the beauty of the Ard's Peninsula on this tour that takes you off the beaten-track to discover some of the breath-taking landscapes that are found outside of Belfast.

    The coastal road along the southern shore of Belfast Lough plays hide and seek with the sea, like the railway that runs alongside it, it darts in and out of the hills giving glimpses of sandy beaches, yacht clubs and busy harbors. Away from the coast are the beginnings of the rounded drumlin hills of the Ards Peninsula, unexpectedly rural so near to Belfast.

    The Ards Peninsula is an area of outstanding natural beauty, unspoiled, free of crowds, and the perfect setting for a magical coastal drive. Here, you will find a rural way of life and a genuine Irish welcome combined with a haunting landscape, history and tranquility.

    Departing from Belfast you will first make your way to Stormont Castle, seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly. A symbol of progress to Northern Ireland's troubled past, the power sharing executive with responsibility for Northern affairs rules from this impressive building. After a brief photo stop, you will drive to Grey Abbey, site of a Cistercian Abbey from which the village takes its name. A stop will be made at the abbey for an inside visit and tour of the ruins, which date back to 1193.

    From Grey Abbey, you will travel the peninsula to Ballywalter. Formally a fishing village, Ballywalter is now typical of the tranquil lifestyle enjoyed by the inhabitants of this area where local fishermen still lay pots or creels for lobsters and crabs during the summer months.

    Turning north, you'll follow the coastal route through the town of Millisle to Donaghadee. Donaghadee boasts a long seagoing history; therefore, it is not surprising that it still maintains a special relationship with the sea, proving very popular with water enthusiasts, anglers and those who simply like to spend time at the coast. From Donaghadee, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy spectacular views across the Irish Sea, when on a clear day, you can see all the way to Scotland. In the Harbor is Donaghadee's impressive lighthouse, which was built in 1836 and was the first lighthouse in Ireland to be lit by electricity. A stop will be made here to visit a local hostelry for Irish Coffee and afterwards, some free time is allowed for you to independently explore this pretty little hamlet before it's time to re-join your coach and travel back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour is mostly panoramic with optional walking at the stops. The guided tour of the ruins at Grey Abbey includes up to 45-minutes of walking and covers rough and uneven natural surfaces. Arrangements can be made with the guide to not participate in this guided portion of the tour. This tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned only to participate to the extent of their personal stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. The order of the sites viewed or visited may vary.

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  • Belfast, Past, Present and Future

    Belfast has a long and often turbulent history. This tour of the capital city of Northern Ireland, takes you through the landmarks that have played their part in the city's colorful development, from its great industrial triumphs to the civil unrest, which has often tarnished Belfast's image. This tour reflects the drive, determination and pride that Belfast undoubtedly has in its wealth of skill and talent. The two giant cranes of Harland and Wolff shipyard dominate the Belfast skyline.

    The tour will make a stop for guests to photograph Belfast City Hall; an impressive building with a 300ft long façade of Portland stone, which dominates Donegall Square. The renaissance style building has a whispering gallery and on the main landing is a mural by John Luke - a romanticized portrayal of the great old industries of Belfast; rope makers, linen and shipbuilding - which today appears somewhat naïve. In front of the main entrance of the City Hall stands a marble statue of Queen Victoria with bronze side figures symbolizing Shipbuilding and Spinning. The statue by Sir Thomas Brock was paid for by public shilling subscription and was unveiled by King Edward VII on 27th July, 1903.

    Enjoy commentary on such sights as the Grand Opera House and the Albert Memorial before walking through the Quadrangle at Queen's University. Pass the Palm House in the Botanic Gardens - a superb structure of cast iron and curved glass panels built even before Kew Gardens opened in London in 1839.

    There will be a drive through the alternative sights of Belfast including the political wall murals located on the Protestant Shankill Road and the Catholic Falls Road, which are a unique cultural experience. Time will be permitted for photographs.

    You will travel a short distance outside the city to see Stormont, seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly. This building is a symbol of progress to Northern Ireland's troubled past, the power sharing executive with responsibility for Northern affairs rules from this impressive building.

    At the conclusion of your tour you will return to the pier.

    Please note: This tour is mostly panoramic with limited optional walking at the stops. There is a 45-minute easy walk through the grounds of the Queen's University which can be arranged with the guide not to participate in. Some of the sites visited on this tour are not wheelchair accessible and therefore, it is not considered suitable for guests who utilize a wheelchair. Those those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned only to participate to the extent of their personal stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. The order of the sites visited or viewed may vary.

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  • Spectacular Giants' Causeway

    Your tour commences with a picturesque drive via the inland route as you make your way to the Giant's Causeway. En route, a stop will be made to photograph Dunluce Castle which is poised atop a craggy cliff overlooking the fierce Atlantic Ocean. Built in the 14th Century, this castle which was once the site of an earlier fort, is today a National Monument. Continuing on, you will next visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Giants' Causeway. The Giants' Causeway is Northern Ireland's most famous landmark and has been an official UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986. Formed between 50 and 60 million years ago by an ancient volcanic eruption, the causeway takes its name from the legends of Finn MacCool and draws people from far and wide to this corner of north Antrim who come to marvel at its majesty and mystery. The unique rock formations have, for millions of years, stood as a natural rampart against the unbridled ferocity of the Atlantic storms and the rugged symmetry of the columns never fail to intrigue and inspire. To stroll the Giants Causeway is to journey back in time. Your imagination will travel along stepping stones that lead to either the creative turbulence of a bygone volcanic age, or into the myths and legends of the past. Enjoy an audio-visual presentation and Causeway exhibition before boarding the Causeway Coaster minibus which will bring you to the Causeway itself.

    Following your visit at the Causeway, it's a drive along the Antrim Coast to Ballycastle where you will be treated to the world's most spectacular and unspoiled scenery. From the rugged cliffs of the coast to the magical beauty of the Glens, here is the best of what Northern Ireland has to offer. Discover the unrivalled seascape, towering cliffs, white sandy beaches and tranquil glens as you wind your way to Carrick-A-Red Rope Bridge. Spanning a chasm 98 feet deep in places, its construction once consisted of a single rope hand rail and widely spaced slats which the fishermen would traverse across with salmon caught off the island. A brief photo stop will be made here for you to photograph this famous bridge.

    From Ballycastle, you'll then make your way back to the pier in Belfast where your tour concludes.

    Please note: This tour includes considerable walking over uneven surfaces and is not considered suitable for wheelchair guests or those guests with mobility concerns. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes with a non-slip sole are required. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. The order of sites visited may vary.

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  • The Famous Pubs of Belfast

    Join us on a visit to some of Belfast's traditional, friendly pubs that have been the cornerstones of Belfast social life for centuries.

    Some pubs are known for their music and atmosphere. Many also have good food. All of the pubs offer a great pint; or a comforting hot whiskey, and loads of 'craic'. Depart from the pier by coach and travel to the city centre where you will visit two of the following pubs. During your guided walking tour, you will experience a little of what the city of today offers its inhabitants. Belfast, Capital of Northern Ireland, is a modern and diverse city that is compact enough for you to enjoy a walk to visit some of the local hostelries, including:

    The Morning Star

    Halfway down a narrow lane is the 19th-century Morning Star, one of the city's most historic pubs, first built as a coaching stop for the Belfast to Dublin post. There's a traditional bar downstairs and a cosy velvet and wood-panel restaurant upstairs.

    McHugh's Bar

    Originally built more than 300 years ago, McHugh's provides a focal point for one of the most exciting areas of the city's regeneration. As the city's oldest building with a 'grade A' listing, this is a location with a rich and colorful past. Indeed it is strongly rumored that an entrance in neighboring Prince's Street led to a house of ill repute. McHughs is one of the best 'little' alehouses in Belfast.

    Bittles Bar

    A curious, triangular building decorated with gilded shamrocks and dated 1861. Formerly know as The Shakespeare, the owner John Bittle has continued the literary theme and the lounge is decorated with portraits and pictures of Ireland's most celebrated literary figures including Wilde, Yeats, Joyce, and Beckett.

    Whites Tavern

    Founded in 1630 as a wine and spirit shop, White's Tavern retains the spirit of a by-gone age. Situated in a cobbled lane, this public house is a hidden treasure in the heart of the city. A fascinating display of framed newspaper clippings, dated back to the 19th Century, creates a relaxed atmosphere, far removed from the bustle of the busy streets outside.

    Please note: Two 'drinks of choice' are included in the price of this evening tour. Additional beverages may be purchased, individually. The sites on this tour are not wheelchair accessible and therefore, it is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Guests are strongly-encouraged to stay with the tour group during the tour which involves considerable amounts of walking. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, rubber-soled, walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. The order of the sites viewed or visited may vary.

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  • The Titanic Trail

    Titanic: Discover where it all started during this fascinating tour that gives you access to many historic buildings and locations that were an integral part of Titanic's history.

    Leaving from the pier, you will drive to the "Titanic Trail" and begin your amazing journey back to the early 1900's. Step back in time and gain an understanding of the dock, the people who worked here and discover how such amazing ships were built in a city with no steel. View the Titanic Quarter, the former headquarters of Harland and Wolff, Titanic's drawing offices where she was designed and the pump-house which operated the dock. Take in the sights, sounds and smells of the steam-powered pumps and hear the apprentice's story of his first week at work as you view an interactive audio-visual display. Then trace along the full length of the dock to truly capture the size and scale of the Titanic, and where the caisson gate - over 100 years old - still stands. Recently reinforced, you will have the unique opportunity of walking along the bottom of Titanic's Dock to explore the last place Titanic rested on dry ground.

    Enjoy a light refreshment in the Pump House Cafe before continuing on to the new Signature Building, housing Titanic Belfast a "must see" visit in any tour of Belfast and Northern Ireland. Housed in an iconic, 6-floor building, this state-of-the-art visitor experience tells the story of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and tragic end. The story is brought up to the present with the discovery of the wreck and into the future with live links to contemporary undersea exploration.

    The adventure begins the moment you walk through the door and into the building's giant atrium, surrounded by the four high impact 'hull' shaped sections which house the experience.

    As you wander up through Titanic Belfast, you'll learn about Belfast at the turn of the century as a thriving boom town and experience a thrilling ride through the reconstruction of the shipyards and the Titanic under construction. Be brought deep into the stories of the passengers, the crew and the heroes of the day; relive the drama of the tragic end to Titanic's maiden, and only, voyage, and visit the wreck at her resting place on the floor of the North Atlantic. Take in breathtaking views to the slip-ways where the Titanic was launched and if you'd like a souvenir to remind you of your trip to the home of the Titanic, there's plenty to choose from in the Titanic Store.

    Please note: This tour includes a significant amount of walking and there are steps and some uneven surfaces to negotiate. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and not recommended for those with mobility concerns. Weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. The order of the sites viewed or visited may vary.

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  • Mount Stewart House and Gardens

    This lovely tour takes you to the wonderful National Trust Properties of Mount Stewart House and Gardens, the finest in Northern Ireland.

    Boarding your coach at the pier, it's a lovely 1-hour scenic coach ride to Mount Stewart. This elegant estate has been the home of the Londonderry family since the early 18th century and as Lord Castlereagh's house, has played host to many prominent political figures. Designed by George Dance, surveyor to the City of London, and architect of Newgate Prison, the home is full of memorabilia of the best known of the Stewarts - Robert Viscount Castlereagh, War Minister and Foreign Secretary throughout much of the Napoleonic Wars. The 22 chairs he brought back from the Congress at Vienna in 1814 are now in the dining room, while the Castlereagh Room contains portraits of the viscount and many of his papers, including correspondence with Nelson and Wellington. There is also some fine furniture, porcelain and paintings, including one by Stubbs of the racehorse Hambletonian. During an extensive conservation project in 2013 & 2014 Mount Stewart House remained open to the public and visitors were given the opportunity to witness the restoration and conservation first hand. The project was finalized during a brief closure in the Winter of 2014 and the new visitor experience is a treat for both first time and repeat visitors. Enjoy a guided tour of the house and discover the significant family collections on show for the first time. Rooms previously open to visitors are now re-presented and interpreted but even more exciting are the four rooms that are now accessible to the public for the first time.

    Moving outside, you’ll have free time to explore the gardens. These magnificent gardens that were first planted in the 1920s have made Mount Stewart famous and earned it a World Heritage Site nomination. A magnificent collection of exceptional trees and rare shrubs from all over the world flourish here. The gardens also contain an unrivalled collection of unique and unusual plants, colorful parterres and marvelous formal and informal vistas. As you stroll through these superb gardens you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the aroma and vibrant colors of this wonderful, tranquil place.

    At the conclusion of your visit, you will re-join your coach for the return to Belfast Port and your awaiting ship.

    Please note: This tour includes approximately 2 hours of walking and a flight of stairs (20 steps) to reach the upper floor inside the home. There is a small lift to the top floor of the house available for those with mobility issues. The grounds are partly accessible with lose gravel paths. Guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain.

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