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Ireland itinerary Feedback please?

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My spouse and I see a rare opportunity to drop a long hoped for trip to Ireland into late May. Putting together quickly and hope to get some early feedback. Challenge: Spouse drove Italy 3 weeks, including Amalfi Coast, and would like not to have to "work" this trip. Current tack is to train and bus, and on the fly hire car/drivers to see castles, Cliffs, peninsulas, ring (doable?). Arrive Dublin stay two nights. Train to Cork (spouse's family roots) 2 nights. Train/bus/car to Killarney, 2 nights. One night at Dromoland castle and fly out of Shannon. It will most likely be our only trip to Ireland. Hate to miss what I'm reading about the North, but I think we have to leave it out. That said, are we missing anything that we shouldn't? Will not having a car be a logistical nightmare or is it doable? Thank you in advance.

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