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Dublin Mini Coaches & Chauffeur Drive

Wasdale House, Unit 14 Camac Park, Bluebell, Dublin 12, BT35 8BX
Dublin Mini Coaches & Chauffeur Drive

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Dublin Mini Coaches & Chauffeur Drive is committed to delivering a prompt efficient service, a well-presented and maintained fleet of vehicles, helpful and friendly administration staff and most importantly experienced professional coach drivers to all of our clients.

We run a private regular weekend service to Belfast,(Please call to book in advance)departing the Tourism Office in College Green 37 College Green, Dublin 2 at 1730 and Belfast City centre. The return leg departs Belfast City centre at 18:00 on Sunday

Stopping at Canal Court Hotel Newry en-route

Special Price of €35 Return.
Newry €25.00 Return

Optional extra for the weekend:(Please call to book in advance)

Shopping
Belfast City tour
Giant's Causeway Trip
Visiting friends and relatives
Political studies
Sports Weekends
Titanic centre
Game of Thrones

Please email us your proposed itinerary and we will advise on suggestions to make your trip more interesting.

We also offer a large selection of half day, full day and evening tours from Dublin to various locations across Ireland. Tours to Northern Ireland include Belfast, Armagh City, the Giant's Causeway and the Mourne Mountains. For full itineraries and suggested stops, please contact our reservations department for a free brochure

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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