Llio Angharad

Llio Angharad


Llio Angharad

1. Day #1
Day 1

Ferry (with car) from Fishguard arriving into Rosslare Harbour, Ireland


Check into The Wild Rooms at Tara Hill Estate in Wexford, for two nights.

The Wild Rooms are a uniquely designed outdoor living experience. They are 'posh rooms in the wilderness' built using the finest materials and nestled perfectly into nature.

2. Day #2
Day 2


Head to Glendalough, a glacial valley in Wicklow with spectacular views.

Poulanass and St. Kevin’s Cell Walk

Details: 1.2km, 45 minutes, with one steep incline towards the end, but you’ll be rewarded with views over the Upper Lake.



Brittas Bay

Brittas Bay is one of the finest expanses of shoreline on the east coast. Three Mile Water at Brittas Bay is thought to have been the initial landing point of St Patrick in Ireland.

Lunch – pick up something on your journey, or head to Elephant & Castle at Brittas Bay.

Dinner: The Kitchen


3. Day #3
Day 3

Day 3

Check out of The Wild Rooms.

Drive to Hook Lighthouse
Hook Lighthouse is the world’s oldest operational lighthouse, having stood for over 800 years. Hook Head is a Special Area of Conservation because of the rare wildlife spotted here, including bottlenose dolphins and Fin and Humpback whales.

Check into The Tannery for a one night stay

A stylish contemporary townhouse and inn, with an accompanying restaurant and cooking school with Irish flair, run by chef Paul Flynn.

Dinner at The Tannery.

4. Day #4
Day 4

Check out of The Tannery.

Spend the day exploring Waterford City

Vikings became an important part of Ireland’s story and especially so in Waterford where a large fleet of Viking invaders settled, forged alliances and established trading routes from 914.

Check into Waterford Viking Hotel.


Enjoy an evening meal at Bodega.

5. Day #5
Day 5

Waterford Greenway and Tramore Beach

After breakfast and check out, take the short drive to Killoteran Greenway Car Park. Here you can take a walk along Waterford Greenway, the former Waterford City to Dungarvan railway line which has been transformed into a 46km off-road cycling and walking trail.


After taking a walk along Waterford Greenway drive the short distance to Tramore Beach for a walk. Tramore Beach comprises 3 miles of sandy beach with sand dunes and cliff walks.


It will take you about 1 hour 20 minutes to drive to Wexford for your final stop before the ferry.


Head to the Lobster Pot for a late lunch before you head home on the ferry.