Includes England Rugby House

Guinness Six Nations 2023

Two Night Travel Package

Ireland v England

/ Two Night Break with Flights - Fri/Sat / ATOL Protected
From price £1,119pp

Ireland v England

Two Night Break with Flights - Fri/Sat ATOL Protected
From price £1,119pp


Dublin. Ireland v England. St Patrick's weekend. Does a rugby weekend get any better than this?

It’s simple really. Why do it yourself when we can do it all for you. 

This two-night full travel package will have every detail taken care of. Choose to fly from either Birmingham or London, enjoy two nights at one of our carefully chosen hotels and soak up the atmosphere at the incredible Aviva Stadium. 

If you want it easy, safe in the knowledge our staff will be on hand throughout the weekend, this is it. Dublin is a magnificent city and on St Patrick’s weekend there is no better party in the world to be at. Special in every way, this has it all. 


  • Hand picked hotel accommodation
  • Guaranteed and official match ticket
  • Dedicated support team
  • Exclusive Invitation to England Rugby House
  • 15% off England Rugby store
  • Return International Flights

Ireland v England - 18 March

Ireland are potentially entering a golden age. Fast, physical, skilful and developing into one of the World's best teams. England’s trip to Dublin will be one to remember.

As both teams journey to Rugby World Cup 2023, can England find a way to win in Dublin? Will Ireland thrill with their attacking game? What an occasion awaits!

The hotels - 17 March to 19 March

Your break will include accommodation at one of our specially selected hotels. The hotels will be well located so you can make the most of your break and within easy access to the stadium. There may be options to upgrade to other hotels.

Each option will include bed and breakfast during your stay. Choose from a range of our specially selected hotels at the next stage of the booking process.


A city that is full of character, wit and sociability, everything you need for the ultimate rugby weekender. Dublin is hard to beat. With over 1,000 bars and pubs spread across the city, a night out in Temple bar or a wonderfully tucked away snug is a highlight of any visit – especially on St Patrick's weekend.

Trail the Liffey, meet the locals, discover the majestic Iveagh Gardens, one of Dublin’s best kept secrets or simply soak up the atmosphere of this vibrant city.

England Rugby House

Welcome to England Rugby House, your very own home away from home.

It’s 20 years since the legends of 2003 sealed an iconic Grand Slam victory in Dublin and began an ascent to the top of the world that culminated on that epic night in Sydney. Join us for an early evening of entertainment at the Mansion House in Dublin where we will be joined by some of those who were there that day.

This is your key to unlocking the personalities in the England camp and hear from stars and legends who are part of Red Rose history, and with the first two drinks on us, what a way to start your weekend.
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