Wales football: Ireland away
We’re going Dublin to watch Wales play Ireland in the Nations League.
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND (A)
15th-17th October, 2018
2 days 1 night
Departures from Newport, Cardiff, Bridgend, Swansea, Carmarthen, Whitland and Haverfordwest.
Day 1 – 15th: Leave very late Monday for 02:30 Fishguard crossing to Rosslare on Tuesday 16th.
Day 2 – 16th: Due to arrive in Rosslare at 06:30 and then onward travel to Dublin will take about three hours, arriving at city centre hotel where you will have breakfast.
You’ll have the rest of the day to spend at your leisure before the match in the evening.
Day 3 – 17th: Breakfast and check out of hotel in the morning and we will depart Dublin mid-afternoon for our 21:00 crossing from Rosslare to Fisguard. Due to arrive at 00:30 on Thursday and drop-offs will follow.
*Itinerary is provisional and can be subject to change.
Our escorted trip includes:
Return coach from south Wales to Dublin, along with ferry crossing and one night in a ,minimum 3* hotel with breakfast.
Early Bird: £225 per person plus £4 per person booking fee.
Single travellers or groups with odd numbers will have a £75 single supplement charge for the rooms.
Order of sales: Early Bird (£225) then Saver (£245), Full Price (from £265) and then On Demand dynamic pricing. Each category will progress after a certain number of bookings or date is reached, whichever is sooner.
Book with £150 per person deposit and pay the rest by 31st July or pay in full at time of booking.
Booking with a deposit is only available until 30th May. From then on, only full payment up front will be accepted. Booking fee is charged on both payments when paying with a deposit.
Hotel room upgrades available on request and at an additional cost.
Important booking information:
Match tickets can be obtained from the FAW.
All payments will be non-refundable.
We’ve worked out prices to allow for some fluctuation in exchange rates on the hotels and transfers between now and November but reserve the right to pass on any extra cost if rates are wider than forecast.
Standard air travel rules apply. No alcohol allowed on coaches and you can be refused travel if you attempt to bring any on board. Trips not suitable for large groups.
A valid passport is required for any trip outside the UK. Wonky Sheep Events cannot be held responsible if you or any member of your group does not have a valid passport or visa, or is refused entry or exit at any borders for any other reason.
Wonky Sheep Events is working with the United Kingdom Football Policing Unit to protect the safety of our passengers and you are required to supply passport details before you travel.
Please note that all trips and prices are subject to minimum numbers. If these minimum numbers are not reached and trip cancelled, your payment will be refunded.