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Help with 8 day itinerary in Ireland in May

My husband and I are planning a trip to Ireland in May. We will only have 8 days for the trip, I know this is not alot of time but all we have. I was in Ireland about 30 years ago with my school and did the tour bus tours. We would like to do the self drive but are a little leery of the driving on the wrong side of the road. There are a few things from my first trip that I would like for my husband to see but we are pretty open on the rest. Must sees would be the Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Stone, Butler Castle the rest is pretty much open. We really like visiting fishing villages and eating good seafood but would also like some good Irish food. Don't really want to stay at a B&B but a small inn would be fine and would like to stay in towns that have good walking areas (restaurants, shopping etc..) . Haven't booked our flights yet but what we have been looking at it is cheaper to fly in and out from Dublin. The flight going out would be a very early so would like the last two nights in Dublin. Would appreciate any input on planning this trip. Also any input as to try to book hotels/inns on our own or going through a travel office.

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