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Wednesday, 3 June 2009 - Sunday, 7 June 2009

Ireland Tour June 2009

If you have any queries on any of the tour below, please feel free to contact Alan (+447736 809030) or Alyson (+447736 809040) or alternatively email info@qinonline.co.uk

Can you please confirm your attendance and also your accommodation arrangements as soon as possible? Please book directly with both hotels. PCGB look forward to the prospect of welcoming you along to what we know will be an excellent event.

Agenda

Wednesday 3rd June drive to Newcastle for a trip to the world famous Mourne Mountains (the twelve peaks include Slieve Donard which is Northern Irelands highest mountain) and their surrounding scenery including Tollymore Forest Park, which sits at the foot of the Mournes.

Thursday 4th June drive to Enniskillen, a beautiful town that lies on the banks of Loch Erne and the Marble Arch Caves, these are one of Europe's finest show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.

Friday 5th June drive along the Causeway Coast to include a stop off at the Giant’s Causeway. The Causeway became widely known as the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' from the 1700s when large numbers of visitor's came to view this amazing array of basalt columns. We will also have a tour of the Bushmills Distillery which is the World's Oldest Licensed Whiskey Distillery

Saturday 6th June join us at out annual open day at the stunning venue of Shanes Castle Antrim. Amongst many activities the day will include our concours event as well as Porsche Shop, children’s fun areas, classic/vintage car area and refreshments

Sunday 7th June a relaxing drive to parts of Lough Neagh. The Lough is used for a variety of recreational and commercial activities; it is also used as a source of fresh water. After enjoying the peaceful environment we will commence on your journey back home.

Hotels/Accomodation:

Please see below details for a selection of hotels that would be suitable for the stay. Also included are website addresses to enable you to see the accommodation on offer. All of the hotels come very highly recommended and selection is down to your own personal preferences. Please note that the Rosspark Hotel is frequently used by Region 27 and they have offered us an excellent rate (£80.00 per night instead of £95.00)

Galgorm Manor

Galgorm Resort & Spa is set in 163 acres of lush parkland near Northern Ireland's most renowned scenic attractions. Its facilities include 75 bedrooms and luxurious suites, designed in a contemporary style whilst keeping the focus on superior quality features associated with a classic country gentleman's residence. Personalised amenities add to the Galgorm Resort & Spa experience, with full business communications facilities provided in-room as well as entertainment for when its time to relax.

Email address: www.galgorm.com

Address: 136 Fenaghy Rd

Cullybackey,

Ballymena,

BT42 1EA

Telephone: 028 25881001

Price: £145.00 per night includes double room and full Irish breakfast plus the use of all the facilities.

Hilton Hotel

Tee off at the Hilton Templepatrick Hotel & Country Club's woodland golf course. Swim in the pool or play tennis on one of 2 all-weather courts. Enjoy golf course views as you savour Irish beef or seared monkfish at Treffner's restaurant, or sip whiskey in the Lounge bar. Work out in the fitness centre or relax in the sauna. Don't miss out on a day trip to Giant's Causeway. Just 15 minutes from the airport by free shuttle, the Hilton Templepatrick Hotel & Country Club has a business centre and 10 meeting rooms for 2-500, all with wireless internet access. From Hilton Rooms up, all Hilton Templepatrick Hotel & Country Club rooms have separate working areas. Deluxe Rooms offer golf course views.

Email address: www.hilton.com

Address: 10 Paradise Walk

Castle Upton Estate

Templepatrick,

Co. Antrim

BT39 0DD

Telephone: 028 9443 5500

Price: £98.00 (Deluxe room £123.00) per night includes double room and full Irish breakfast – please quote reference code PRO9BB

Rosspark Hotel

Nestling in Co Antrim on the outskirts of Ballymena, Rosspark Hotel is a hotel for any occasion…Catering for weddings, conferences, a meal with a difference, or quite simply a break away from the outside world, you are sure to be able to find it at Rosspark Hotel.

Our range of Modern amenities, coupled with a classic service, ensures that your time at Rosspark Hotel will indeed be a memorable experience…for all the right reasons! Attention to detail, exquisite service and unlimited choice…that is purely part and parcel of every visit to Rosspark.

Email address: www.rosspark.com

Address: 20 Doagh Road

Kells,

Ballymena,

BT42 3LZ

Telephone: 028 2589 1663

Price: £80.00 per night includes double room and full Irish breakfast –please note that the hotel is offering this special rate to PCGB members attending the event, the normal rate is £95.00 per night.

Comfort Hotel

The Comfort Hotel Antrim opened on the 16th May 2005. Comfort Hotel Antrim is a member of the McKeever Hotel Group. Situated at Junction 1 of the main M22 Motorway, Comfort Hotel Antrim offers easy access to all areas of Northern Ireland including the Causeway Coast which features the Giant's Causeway, Bushmills Distillery, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge and many more exciting attractions.

Email address: www.comforthotelantrim.com

Address: 20 Dunsilly Road

Antrim.

BT41 2JH

Telephone: 028 9446 2929

Price: £64.95 per night includes double room and full Irish breakfast

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