With its dramatic countryside landscapes, enthralling history, and exuberant capital, it’s no wonder so many visitors fall head over heels for the Emerald Isle. Experience the magic for yourself with our disabled friendly Discover Ireland Tour.
Often proclaimed to be the most beautiful island in the world, it’s difficult to argue otherwise once you’ve visited Ireland and seen the Emerald Isle first-hand. While its breathtaking countryside leaves a lasting impression, it’s also the warmth of the welcome and the fascinating history that make Ireland such an enticing destination.
And then there’s Dublin. Vibrant, diverse and, above all, incredibly fun, the capital is a hub for culture and arts, home to more pubs and bars than you could ever hope to visit and the perfect place to begin your exploration of this gorgeous island.
On your accessible Ireland holiday, we’ll be basing ourselves in the Irish capital. You’ll visit some of the Fair City’s most famous landmarks, including Trinity College and the Guinness Storehouse while enjoying plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere and discover the city streets for yourself. We’ll also journey out into the Irish countryside to tour a working farm, where you’ll get up close with the animals, watch a sheepdog show and learn how to make traditional Irish soda bread.
Your disabled friendly Dublin hotel has been hand-picked by the Limitless Team for its superb location and excellent disabled facilities. A Limitless Travel representative will accompany the tour group throughout the holiday, providing assistance whenever required and ensuring you receive the support you need.
Tour the world-famous Trinity College, enjoy a pint of Guinness at the brewery’s sky-high gravity bar, visit a working farm and meet the animals, then learn about immigration at the Irish Emmigration Museum
Stay in fully accessible accommodation with a spectacular garden and more than 50 years of experience welcoming disabled guests
Travel via an accessible coach equipped with a hydraulic lift or ramp
Group support included as standard and provided by our experienced care team
Supplementary care packages available for travellers who require additional assistance
We’ll also help to arrange any specialist equipment you need while on holiday
Every holiday led by a Limitless Tour Manager to ensure a problem-free trip
From booking your holiday to returning home after a wonderful trip, the Limitless Team is on-hand to provide you with the support you need. If you have any questions regarding the holiday, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
After boarding the coach at one of our UK pick-up points, we’ll make our way to Ireland via the Holyhead to Dublin ferry crossing. On the coach, wheelchair users are welcome to remain in your chair, which will be safely secured in place for the duration of the journey, or choose to transfer to a standard seat.
Upon arrival at your four-star hotel, the Limitless Team will help you check-in and get your bags to your rooms. We’ll then have a little time to settle in, before enjoying a fantastic meal in the hotel restaurant.
On your first full day in Ireland, we’ll visit the famous Trinity College, where notable alumni such as Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, Samuel Beckett and Mary Robinson were educated. It’s also home to the awe-inspiring Long Room Library, which displays the original Book of Kells. A must-see for anyone interested in one of the world’s most prestigious universities!
After touring the library and university exhibition, we’ll make our way to the Guinness Storehouse to sample one of Ireland’s most iconic exports. As well as enjoying a taste of the country’s famous beverage, we’ll learn about the past, present and future of St James’ Gate (which was the original point of departure for Irish pilgrims walking the Camino de Santiago) and head up to the top of the Guinness Gravity Bar for incredible views of the city and a free pint!
After the day’s excitement, there’s still plenty of time to tuck into a fantastic meal while enjoying live entertainment from a local pianist.
On Day Three of your holiday, we’ll escape the busy city streets of Dublin and head to the countryside. We’ll be visiting an authentic working farm, where you’ll watch a sheepdog and livestock demonstration, meet the many friendly animals that call the farm home, and learn to play an Irish folk drum. On top of this, you’ll also be taught how to make traditional Irish soda bread, which is sure to go down well when you show off your new baking skills back at home.
To end a relaxing and entertaining day in the countryside, you’ll indulge in a fantastic picnic, complete with traditional, heart-warming Irish stew and your homemade soda bread. Delicious!
Today you’ll enjoy a fully accessible tour of the Irish Emmigration Museum. This interactive museum which explains the history of the Irish diaspora and emigration to other countries. It has won many awards for being such an interesting, interactive museum and is visited by thousands of people every year.
After this we’ll take a well-earned break and enjoy lunch in a beautifully converted church. In the afternoon, there’s the opportunity to explore Dublin and get to know the city’s vibrant streets, shops, cafes and pubs. Finally, we’ll top the day off with an evening performance of authentic Irish dancing and singing.
Today, your Discover Ireland Tour comes to an end. After a hearty breakfast, our accessible coach will depart the hotel for our various UK drop-off locations. Relax, take in the views through the window and enjoy a little commentary from your Tour Manager. Now, all that’s left to do is say farewell to new friends and plan your next Limitless adventure!
4* Accessible Hotel in Dublin
4 star hotel
Hot Breakfast Buffet and 3 course evening meal
Complimentary tea and coffee on arrival
Meals made with fresh and local produce
Accessible facilities throughout
Years of customer service expertise
Fully adapted wet-rooms available
Equipment hire available
Cocktail Lounge, Bar and Cafe
Luxury Wheelchair Accessible Coach
All of our vehicles are 100% accessible for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. They are fitted with either a ramp or a hydraulic lift and wheelchairs can be clamped into place, so there's no need to transfer out of your wheelchair if that's where you're more comfortable. Travellers who do not use a wheelchair are also welcome to use the ramp or lift to access the coach.