Belmond Grand Hibernian 2 Night Offer
Indulge yourself with an Irish adventure and enjoy a complimentary stay at Dublin’s acclaimed The Westbury Hotel before departing on an unforgettable two-night rail adventure. Book by 15 March 2018.
About the Belmond Grand Hibernian
Ireland's luxury train, Belmond Grand Hibernian roams the Irish countryside, tracks dramatic coasts and visits the fascinating cities that have created the very idea of this entrancing land.
The train is as Irish as the Belmond Royal Scotsman is Scottish and embraces the essence of the Country House weekend. Choose from a selection of two-, four- and six-night journeys.
The Belmond Grand Hibernian 2 night offer is a perfect excuse for an Irish adventure.
Complimentary one-night stay The Westbury Hotel Dublin
The unrivalled location and luxury of The Westbury in Dublin, a member of Leading Hotels of the World, blends city living with an oasis of comfort and calm.
The Westbury’s central location in the heart of Dublin offers unrivalled access to the social hub of Grafton Street, as well as the historic open spaces of Dublin’s Trinity College and St Stephen’s Green.
Irish heritage abounds in the hotel too, from the flowers to the food, along with one of the country’s foremost art collections. But is it the warmth of welcome that is most vivid – a tangible service ethos that sets the seal on a haven of luxury.
Two nights on the Belmond Grand Hibernian luxury train
Meals and beverages on the Belmond Grand Hibernian
Traditional Irish entertainment on the Belmond Grand Hibernian
A visit to The Titanic Experience
Titanic Belfast extends over nine interactive galleries, with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and innovative interactive features. Explore the shipyard, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic, in the city where it all began.
Exclusive tour of Curraghmore House
Curraghmore House in Waterford is the historic home of the 9th Marquis of Waterford. His ancestors arrived from Normandy around 1170, about 320 years before Columbus ‘discovered’ the New World.
Gnarled pink chestnut trees line the approach to the big house and original castle tower. St Hubert’s stag with crucifix between its antlers gazes across the large Courtyard from atop the old castle.
The tour takes in some of the finest Irish neo-classical rooms with the magnificent plaster work of James Wyatt and grisaille panels by Peter de Gree.
Special visit to the House of Waterford Crystal
The House of Waterford Crystal private tour takes you through the home of Waterford Crystal’s manufacturing facility.
During the factory tour you will hear and see in detail how the stunning crystal is made. Master craftsmen will demonstrate the traditional methods that are still used to this day since 1783.
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