Here follows a suggested itinerary, we can start and finish at any airport and we will customize a very special tour for you to suit you every need.

Day 1 – Arrival, Transfer to Hotel, Dublin City Attractions

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Arrival at Dublin Airport: When you disembark you will be brought to the main airport terminal where you will first be met with passport control. You will then proceed to collect your luggage before walking through customs.

After that you come through the arrivals door where you will know our guy straight away, he will be the one with the biggest and most welcoming smile!

After collection at the airport, check-in at your Hotel we can conveniently enjoy some amazing nearby Dublin City experiences, starting with Kilmainham Gaol, the biggest unoccupied jail in these Islands. As we walk through you will get a very realistic insight into what it was like to be confined in this house of punishment and correction between 1796 and 1924. Famous Leaders of rebellions were all detained here such names as Robert Emmet, Charles Stewart Parnell, and DeValera.

We will then proceed to Trinity College Dublin an absolute must see. As you walk through the cobbled stones you will be brought back to the 18th century, when the magnificent Old Library was constructed. It is here that you will also get to see the world famous Book Of Kells, a 9th-century gospel manuscript. You will also get to view the Long Room which houses over 200,000 of the Library’s oldest books.

We will stop for a little refreshment before heading to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Ireland’s largest Cathedral dating back to the 13th century. After a day steeped in history and magnificent sites, you will then return to your hotel of choice for the evening.

Overnight in Dublin, choice of hotels:

5*The Shelbourne, The Merrion, The Westbury, The Conrad Hilton.

4* Brooks Hotel, The Raddison Blu Royal Dublin.

Day 2 – Guinness Storehouse, National Library, Old Jameson Distillery

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After breakfast we will take a short journey to the world famous Guinness Storehouse. Here, you will get to see how the famous stout is made. You will get to taste it and you can also learn how to pull the perfect pint. You will also have time to shop for Guinness memorabilia in their wonderful gift shop.

For those of you that would like to trace your ancestors, a trip to the National Library is a must. They have Census records dating back to 1901. You can view birth marriage notices dating back to 1845. If you are on the ancestral trail, there is an ideal booklet available to help you on your way, indeed there is a full Genealogy service available (inside office hours). We will then stop for a spot of lunch in one of a few favourite spots before heading to Jameson Whiskey Factory.

Yes, I know we are world famous for so much. Just like the Guinness storehouse, here at the Old Jameson’s Distillery, you get to see how the famous whiskey is made and a little taste to finish your day. ‘Uisce Beatha’, the Irish for water of life, taste it here and see for yourself why!

We will then return to your hotel for the evening. Should you require dinner reservations, we would be more than happy to recommend nearby restaurants.

Overnight in Dublin, choice of hotels:

5*The Shelbourne, The Merrion, The Westbury, The Conrad Hilton.

4* Brooks Hotel, The Raddison Blu Royal, Dublin.

Day 3 – Depart Dublin for Killarney via Adare

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We depart our Hotel today for our visit to the Kingdom of Ireland, Killarney, via Adare, the most picturesque village in Ireland. Rows of thatched roofed cottages line the streets, as do a fine selection of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. There are fabulous boutiques and shoe stores. It also has a wonderful heritage Centre with a gift shop selling traditional Irish crafts as well as a very interesting museum tour.

Onwards to Killarney where our highlights for today include:

  • Ladies’ View – so named after Queen Victoria’s ladies-in-waiting during the Queen’s visit to Killarney in 1861. The views toward the McGillycuddy Reeks and the Purple Mountain Range are truly magnificent.
  • Torc Falls – we follow a scenic path to the top of the 18 meter high waterfall for panoramic views.
  • Muckross House and Gardens – this magnificent Victorian mansion forms the centre-piece of Killarney National Park.
  • Ross Castle – this 15th century stronghold was the original home of the O’Donoghue Ross Chieftans.

We then take a 15 min drive to the Kissane sheep farm, where we will see some sheep shearing and some sheep dog trials, this is a great stop, sure to put a smile on your face.

We will then head back to Killarney and check into your choice of some of the most beautiful Hotels in Ireland. Your Personal Chauffeur Driver guide will be with you every step of the way. He will be more than happy to recommend restaurants and bars for the evening and make any reservations for you that you may need.

Overnight in Killarney, choice of hotel:

5* The Killarney Park, The Europe Hotel, The Aghadoe Heights.

4* The Killarney Plaza, The Great Southern Hotel, The Killarney Royal

Day 4 – The Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head

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Today we tour to the most awesome place on earth The Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head where we will see some of the most beautiful and unrivalled scenery in Ireland.

Our tour will take us to the beautiful town of Dingle via the Conor Pass Mountains. The views here of Dingle town are spectacular and you can even see Tralee on the other side. You will have plenty of time to explore the lovely fishing village that Dingle is and take some lovely photos.

You can also take a boat journey to see Fungi the dolphin who has been a resident in Dingle Harbour for over 20 years (optional and paid for locally).

Onwards to Slea Head to continue the visual feast of scenic Ireland. We will stop at Dunbeg fort which takes us back to the 7 / 8th century with the unusual and intriguing Bee Hive Huts.

Slea head has what surely is my favourite beach in the world, Dunquinn. The movie buffs among you will be able to see and learn all about the famous Ryan’s Daughter which was filmed onsite right here. No wonder as this place is simply magical.

We then visit the Gallarus Oratory one of the first churches in Ireland, before some time in Dingle and onwards to Killarney via Inch beach. This is one beautiful day that you will never forget.

Overnight in Killarney, choice of hotel:

5* The Killarney Park, The Europe Hotel, The Aghadoe Heights.

4* The Killarney Plaza, The Great Southern Hotel, The Killarney Royal

Day 5 – The Gap of Dunloe

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Today is a favourite of ours, The Gap of Dunloe, it gets us up out of bed earlier than usual! We begin by taking a short drive to Kate Kearney’s Cottage where we jump twice – once on an Irish Jaunting Car ( Horse & Carriage), and secondly, we jump back in time and things get pretty authentic here folks.

We tour through the beautiful mountains, mystical lakes & valleys which abound County Kerry, with majestic scenery everywhere we look. You will be able to get out of the carriage and walk through this pure and unspoiled beautiful terrain.

Your camera will be snapping crazy so make sure it’s fully charged! When we get to the top of the mountain you can have some light lunch at Lord Mount Brandon’s Cottage.

After this magnificent lunch you will come down the other side of the mountain in an open Fisherman’s boat down through the 3 Lakes of Killarney to Ross Castle.

Keep your eyes peeled, on the way down you might see some eagles nests in the mountains and see some salmon swimming beside you in the lake. This tour will live with you for a long time to come, it is truly spectacular. Then after that, you will have some time to explore the Town of Killarney and have a nice stroll through her pedestrianised streets before dinner.

Overnight in Killarney, choice of hotel:

5* The Killarney Park, The Europe Hotel, The Aghadoe Heights.

4* The Killarney Plaza, The Great Southern Hotel, The Killarney Royal

Day 6 – Adare

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Today we depart Killarney with a tear in our eye. We head to another beautiful village, Adare and the Gorgeous Romantic Adare Manor. In Adare village the streets are lined with thatched roofed cottages and floral displays. There are great restaurants and pubs with Irish music in the village, full of characters and craic (Irish for banter and fun), you can stroll to the village from Adare Manor in 5 minutes a beautiful walk indeed. You can buy traditional Irish crafts here such as Limerick lace, and there is a heritage centre right in the heart of the village which outlines the history of this important village.

We will visit the nearby medieval Limerick City. Founded in 922 founded by the Normans and known today as the Lady City or Treaty City, it is Ireland’s Sporting capital and was designated City of Culture in 2014. In Limerick, we can visit King John’s Castle and St Marys Cathedral both 12th Century. Then we can visit the famous Hunt Museum, which houses a massive private collection of artifacts entrusted to the state.

We will then proceed to the Treaty Stone, Limericks best-known landmark which marks the signing between the Jacobites and Williamites in 1691 – an important year in Ireland’s history. When the day is over we return to Adare. We can easily arrange for you to have a round of golf at Adare Manor. The Golf Course here is the best parkland course in Ireland designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior. Enjoy spectacular riverside views. The Oak Room Restaurant is just superb for quality and value.

Overnight in Adare, choice of hotel:

5* Adare Manor, Co. Limerick

4* Dunraven Arms, Adare, Co. Limerick

 

Limerick, Medieval City

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We will visit the nearby medieval Limerick City. Founded in 922 founded by the Normans and known today as the Lady City or Treaty City, it is Ireland’s Sporting capital and was designated City of Culture in 2014. In Limerick we can visit King John’s Castle and St Marys Cathedral both 12th Century. Then we can visit the famous Hunt Museum, which houses a massive private collection of artifacts entrusted to the state.

We will then proceed to the Treaty Stone, Limericks best known landmark which marks the signing between the Jacobites and Williamites in 1691 – an important year in Ireland’s history. When the day is over we return to Adare. We can easily arrange for you to have a round of golf at Adare Manor. The Golf Course here is the best parkland course in Ireland designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior. Enjoy spectacular riverside views. The Oak Room Restaurant is just superb for quality and value.

Day 7 – Cliffs of Moher and The Burren

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We depart our hotel after breakfast for the wonderful Cliffs of Moher & the Burren. Rising from the sea to a height of 214 meters and running relentlessly for 5 miles, generations of visitors have not failed to be impressed by what many regard as their 8th wonder of the world. The Cliffs are just beautiful and there are great walks here. As you and your snap happy camera take in the magnificent view, you can feel the full force of the Atlantic Ocean from the floor up. Some souvenir and craft shopping can be done here also.

When we are finished at the Cliffs we then travel along the famous Galway Bay into the typical Irish town of Ballyvaughan. Here we can stop off for some nice lunch along the way.

Then it’s on to the nearby Burren region, a limestone plateau with its treasure trove of geological and archaeological interests. The Burren is home to many of Ireland’s most famous prehistoric monuments. After lunch we can visit a personal favourite of mine, Birds of Prey at Aillwee Caves, where you will see Falcons, Eagles, Owls, & Hawks all hunting for their dinner! This is a great show that lasts 50 minutes. Next up is the Dolmen Graves which go back to 3600 B.C. These Neolithic graves are very typical in County Clare. We will then drive through the rugged Clare countryside and back to your accommodation.

Overnight in Galway: Choice of hotels:

4* The Meyrick, The Park House Hotel

Day 8 – Depart Galway for Connemara, Clifden & Kylemore Abbey

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We depart Galway for Clifden and the beautiful scenery at Sky Road, then we continue after Clifden to Kylemore Abbey.

Kylemore Abbey has a fascinating history spanning over 150 years, it is home to a community of Nuns of the Benedictine Order who came here in 1920 after their Abbey was destroyed in World War 1.

The award-winning 6-acre Victorian Walled Garden was built by Mitchell Henry at the same time as the construction of Kylemore Castle. Between 1867 & 1871.

Kylemore is a most beautiful sight.

We can then travel to the magnificent ‘must stay’ Ashford Castle.

Overnight at the Wonderful Ashford Castle

Day 9 – Depart Ashford Castle for Dublin

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We depart the beautiful Ashford Castle for Dublin , we will visit the famous Tullamore Dew Whiskey Factory on the way.

We will drop you to your Hotel and you will have some time to do some last minute Irish shopping on the famous Grafton Street.

Overnight in Dublin, choice of hotels:

5*The Shelbourne, The Merrion, The Westbury, The Conrad Hilton.

4* Brooks Hotel, The Raddison Blu Royal, Dublin

Day 10 – Newgrange & Shopping at Dublin’s Grafton Street

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Our journey today will take us to Newgrange. We will stop at the Brú na Bóinne visitor centre for our tour.

Newgrange was originally classified as a passage tomb but today it has a more fitting classification, an Ancient Temple of astrological, spiritual, religious and ceremonial importance. Newgrange was constructed over 5000 years ago (about 3,200BC) making it older the Stonehenge in England and the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. It was built during the Neolithic or New Stone Age by a farming community that prospered on the rich lands of the Boyne Valley. Knowth and Dowth are similar mounds that together with Newgrange have been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. After a light refreshment, we will then proceed back to Dublin where you will have time to take a stroll through Grafton St and indulge in a little retail therapy! We will then take to back to your hotel for the evening.

Overnight in 5* Powerscourt Resort Hotel Co. Wicklow

Day 11 – Glendalough, and County Wicklow

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Today we travel to Co. Wicklow, affectionately known as the ‘Garden of Ireland’. We’ll drive through the Glen of the Downs on our way to Glendalough, (Glen of the two lakes). Nestled in County Wicklow’s National Park, Glendalough is a picture of unbridled beauty and when Ireland’s first Canonised Saint, Kevin, set up his monastery and settlement here in the 6th Century he knew what he was doing! We’ll show you this monastic site with its Round Tower and magnificent Celtic Crosses. There is a Visitor Centre here, and some very enjoyable trails and walks which give us insight into the monastic lifestyle as well as the geological forces that shaped this most scenic valley.

The local area here has played host to many silver screen productions. Best known perhaps is “Braveheart” and “Excalibur”, as well as the more recent “P.S. I Love You”. We’ll be staying at the Powerscourt Luxury Resort, a 5-star masterpiece which defines luxury. We’re close to the picturesque village of Enniskerry where we can recommend from a delightful selection of bars and restaurants.

Overnight in 5* Powerscourt Resort Hotel Co. Wicklow

Day 12 – Departure

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It’s always a sad day when we bid our guests farewell at Dublin Airport from our beautiful country but we hope that we will see you again sometime, Ireland is infectious. We’ll collect you in good time from your hotel and transfer you to the airport. We’ll ensure you have plenty of time for check-in and duty-free shopping. The phrase in our native tongue says ‘Go n-éirí on bothar libh’ which means may the road rise to meet you.

Commences and Departs from Dublin Airport. We visit key attractions in Dublin City and the West of Ireland.

Accommodation

We suggest the following hotel options for this tour:
5 Star Irish Castles Options:

Adare Manor, Limerick
Dromoland Castle, Co. Clare
Ashford Castle

5 Star Hotel Options:

The Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin
The G Hotel & Spa, Galway
The Europe, Killarney
Killarney Park
Hayfield Manor, Cork
The Savoy Hotel, Limerick
The Merrion, Dublin
Conrad Hotel, Dublin
The Westbury, Dublin
The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin
Powerscourt Hotel Resort, Wicklow
Aghadoe Heights, Killarney

4 Star Hotel Options:

The Hardiman Hotel, Galway
The Park House Hotel, Galway
The Grand Hotel, Malahide, Dublin
The Fairview Hotel, Killarney
The Great Southern Hotel, Killarney
The Killarney Plaza
Brooks Hotel, Dublin
Dunraven Arms, Adare
The River Lee Hotel, Cork
The Killarney Royal
Radisson Blu Royal, Dublin

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Tour Highlights

  • Kilmainham Gaol
  • Trinity College
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • Jameson Whiskey Factory
  • Muckross House & Gardens, Torc Falls, Ladies View, Sheep Farm
  • The Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head scenic drives
  • Beautiful Adare Village, Medieval Limerick City
  • Blarney Stone & the Blarney Woollen Mills
  • Jameson Whiskey Distillery in Middleton
  • Titanic Heritage Museum, Cobh
  • Connemara and Clifden
  • Kylemore Abbey
  • Tullamore Dew Distilleries
  • Newgrange
  • Glendalough

Transport

  • Mercedes Executive S-Class Sedan (2-3 passengers)
  • Mercedes V-Class Minibus (up to 6 passengers)
  • Mercedes Sprinter (up to 12 passengers)
  • Luxury Minicoach (up to 16 passengers)
  • 1 Kilmainham Gaol
  • 2 Trinity College
  • 3 Guinness Storehouse
  • 4 The Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head scenic drives
  • 5 Beautiful Adare Village, Medieval Limerick City
  • 6 The Blarney Stone & Woollen Mills
  • 7 Jameson Whiskey Distillery
  • 8 Titanic Heritage Museum
  • 9 Connemara and Clifden
  • 10 Kylemore Abbey
  • 11 Newgrange
  • 12 Glendalough

Transport options for this tour include a choise of this luxury Mercedes vehicles:

Mercedes Executive S-Class Sedan (2-3 passengers)

The Mercedes S Class Saloon car is the ultimate in transport sophistication and elegance. The spacious and luxurious interior seats a maximum of 2/3 passengers. All vehicles are furnished with complementary refreshments and the daily newspapers.Features:

  • Long wheel base
  • Wifi
  • Finished in Silver
  • Upgraded leather seating
  • Built-in phone
  • Air-conditioning
  • Satellite navigation
  • Large boot for extra storage
  • Seats maximum of 2/3 passengers comfortably
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Mercedes V-Class Minibus (up to 6 passengers)

The Mercedes Executive V-Class Minibus is the perfect solution for sightseeing and golf tours Ireland wide. The V-Class seats a maximum of 6 passengers. All vehicles are furnished with complementary refreshments and the daily newspapers.Features:

  • Metallic Silver
  • Upgraded leather seating
  • Built-in phone
  • Laptop plugin
  • Air-conditioning
  • Satellite navigation
  • Extra long wheel base for carrying luggage and golf clubs
  • Seats a maximum of 6 passengers
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Mercedes Sprinter (up to 12 passengers)

The Mercedes Executive Sprinter is a superb luxury vehicle for group travel. Finished to the highest standards, the spacious interior can facilitate 10/12 passengers. All vehicles are furnished with complementary refreshments and the daily newspapers.Features:

  • Metallic Silver
  • Custom Built
  • Large Captain leather seating with tables
  • DVD Player with multiple plasma TV screens
  • Air-conditioning
  • Double glazed windows (reducing noise)
  • Extra long wheel base for carrying luggage and golf clubs
  • Seats maximum of 10/12 passengers

 

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Luxury Minicoach (up to 16 passengers)

The Luxury Minicoach is the perfect solution for sightseeing and golf tours Ireland wide. The Luxury Minicoach seats a maximum of 16 passengers. All vehicles are furnished with complementary refreshments and the daily newspapers.Features:

  • Metallic Silver
  • Upgraded leather seating
  • Laptop plug
  • USB ports
  • Air-conditioning
  • Satellite navigation
  • Extra long wheel base for carrying luggage and golf clubs
  • Seats a maximum of 16 passengers

 

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We suggest the following hotel options for this tour:

The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin

5 Star Hotel. Experience the elegance and luxury of The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel. Our exceptional hotel is set in a hundreds-year-old majestic building. Settle into gracious rooms featuring plush bedding, generous bath with deluxe amenities, seating area and complimentary Wi-Fi. Treat yourself to pampering treatments or stretch your muscles in our indoor pool and fitness centre. Our restaurants offer an array of options. Our classically-designed meeting and event rooms set the stage for impressive meetings and memorable weddings and other celebrations. Our hotel overlooks St. Stephen’s Green. No matter what brings you to our iconic hotel, we look forward to welcoming you to Dublin, Ireland.

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The Merrion, Dublin

5 Star Hotel. The Merrion, located in the heart of Dublin city centre, is the capital’s most luxurious five star hotel. The 142-bedroom and suite hotel is as welcoming as it is stylish. An impeccable restoration of four Georgian townhouses, The Merrion is a marriage of exquisite comfort, relaxed elegance and advanced guest facilities, including free Wi-Fi, an 18m pool, spa, and gym. The Merrion is home to the 2-star Michelin Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, The Cellar Bar, The Garden Room, and the intimate No. 23 Cocktail Bar.

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The Westbury, Dublin

5 Star Hotel. The unrivalled location and luxury of The Westbury in Dublin, blends city living with an oasis of comfort and calm. From the moment guests ascend the hotel’s central staircase there is a sense of being welcomed into a home from home. The Gallery where afternoon tea is an institution, and The Sidecar where white-jacketed bartenders fix martinis at your table. All-day eatery Balfe’s marries the easy elegance of a Parisian bistro with the dynamic energy of a New York brasserie. Irish heritage abounds in the hotel too, from the flowers to the food, along with one of the country’s foremost art collections, featuring original paintings by Sir John Lavery and Louis le Brocquy. But is it the warmth of welcome that is most vivid – a tangible service ethos that sets the seal on a haven of luxury.

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Conrad Hotel, Dublin

5 Star Hotel. The Conrad Dublin is located at the heart of the city, standing opposite the gardens of St Stephen’s Green and overlooking the majestic National Concert Hall. Heavily inspired and influenced by Dublin’s rich literary culture and heritage, Conrad Dublin features 192 beautifully refurbished guest rooms and suites. The hotel’s fitness center is equipped with state-of-the-art cardio machines and weights, and the jogging routes around the picturesque St Stephen’s Green are yours to be enjoyed. Conrad Dublin’ prestigious Ballroom and nine conference rooms make it the perfect venue to host your bespoke event for up to 350 guests. The unique and impressive Iveagh Suite is the ultimate venue for exclusive gatherings, combining recent restoration with cutting-edge technology to guarantee a lasting impression. By placing the very latest equipment at your fingertips as standard; you have the opportunity to convene with confidence.

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Killarney Park

5 Star Hotel. The Killarney Park Hotel is one of the finest luxury hotels Ireland has to offer, minutes from town life and nature’s wonderful attractions alike. Perfectly located in the very heart of Killarney town centre, set in mature grounds and framed by the legendary surroundings of Killarney National Park. This proud Leading Hotel of the World offers a warm and welcoming retreat for guests in search of exceptional comfort with all of those little extra touches.
Old-world elegance meets modern day luxury in the family-owned hotel, where you can look forward to the solace and comfort from a real log fire and the very best of Killarney hospitality and flawless service after your journey. Our highly knowledgeable and welcoming Guest Relations Manager and Concierge Team shall assist you. Complimentary high speed WiFi and Car Parking is available to all Guests.

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The Europe, Killarney

5 Star Hotel. The Europe Hotel & Resort is beautifully located, overlooking the famous Lakes of Killarney with a Conference & Event Centre and incorporates ESPA, one of the top spas in Killarney, Kerry. It is in the beautiful grounds that the waters of Lough Lein, reflect the wilderness of Kerry’s magnificent McGillycuddy Reeks Mountain range. Enjoy a range of leisure activities on the grounds. The Europe Hotel & Resort captures the imagination of visitors whether for our Spa or our restaurants. Enjoy luxury accommodation & let relaxation envelop you as you enjoy one of Ireland’s finest views from your own private balcony overlooking Killarney Golf & Fishing Club or the Lakes of Killarney.

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Aghadoe Heights, Killarney

5 Star Hotel. One of the distinguishing features of Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa is our unsurpassed level of personal service. “Our world combines the luxury of contemporary comfort with the warmth of Irish hospitality. We offer a selection of carefully appointed rooms and suites, many with private balconies as well as the option of interconnecting rooms. Our heritage is our love of life, our focus is sharing it. Welcome to the heart of the kingdom.” Combine breakfast with breathtaking views of sunrise over the Lakes of Killarney. As night falls, enjoy an apéritif with friends and savour Kerry’s freshest ingredients and artisan produce in The Lake Room restaurant.

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Hayfield Manor, Cork

5 Star Hotel. An Experience Beyond the Best. Our family owned, boutique luxury hotel, a visit is an experience in itself and is among the top hotels in Ireland. Our hotel is discreetly nestled within beautiful walled gardens, a tranquil oasis in the vibrant city of Cork South West Ireland. Whether your stay is for leisure or business, it is our pleasure to attend to every detail for you. Guests can unwind in our signature restaurant Orchids, overlooking the beautiful private gardens it creates the perfect atmosphere to dine one of the best fine dining restaurants in Cork. Guest will be utterly pampered with a choice of elegant bedrooms, the hotel also caters for junior guests.

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Brooks Hotel, Dublin

4 Star Hotel. Situated only minutes from Grafton Street in the fashionable heart of Dublin City, Brooks Hotel is the perfect place to stay, whether for business or pleasure. This boutique hotel has everything you could possibly need on it’s doorstep. Luxuriously appointed rooms coupled with excellent food, fine wines and exemplary levels of customer care and service, are what make a visit to Brooks such a special and rewarding experience. Built in 1996, Brooks Hotel was originally a 72-bedroom property. Since then the hotel has expanded and now boasts 98 bedrooms plus a selection of meeting rooms and a state of the art 26 seat screening room. Brooks Hotel is Irish Owned by the Sinnott Family.

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Radisson Blu Royal, Dublin

Stay in the heart of the Irish capital at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin. This stylish hotel is close to Dublin International Airport as well as several popular attractions. Be captivated by the Georgian architecture, charismatic locals, and inviting shops and pubs. Spend the day sightseeing, then relax back at the hotel. Our modern Dublin hotel rooms and suites boast excellent views of the city.

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The Killarney Plaza

4 Star Hotel. Located in the heart of Killarney Town at the gateway to the Ring of Kerry, this beautifully appointed Killarney hotel neighbours Killarney National Park and all of its amazing beauty and wealth of amenities are at your disposal. The Killarney Plaza Hotel & Spa embeds a unique style which is carried through our 198 luxury rooms and suites. The southwest region of Ireland has drawn visitors from all over the world since the mid-18th century. Its majestic scenery and beauty are second to none, and the warmth from the Gulf Stream encourages a profusion of unusual wild flowers and plants.
Sporting enthusiasts can enjoy a full range of activities, and for those who wish to exercise their taste buds, what could be better than a visit to the gourmet region of Ireland. Our philosophy is simple…good food, comfortable surroundings with friendly & attentive staff. While holidaying with us, you have the opportunity to avail of an extensive array of hotel leisure facilities, including access to our Sauna, Steam room, Whirlpool, 15m Swimming pool, and our extensively equipped Gymnasium, with a team of friendly and experienced staff on-hand to assist.

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The Great Southern Hotel, Killarney

4 Star Hotel. The Great Southern Killarney stands proudly as Killarney’s Premier Historic Hotel. The hotel is uniquely situated on 6 acres of beautiful gardens, directly adjacent to Killarney Train Station, right in the heart of Killarney town centre. Great Southern Killarney enjoys an impressive history, throughout which the hotel has fortunately retained its striking original Victorian features, as well as developing a deluxe guest experience with beautifully appointed accommodation & guest facilities including the gourmet Garden Room Restaurant, the welcoming meeting point Brownes – The Bar, The Killarney Wine Room, home to the hotel’s wine tasting experience & traditional Afternoon Tea served daily in The Grand Foyer & the beautifully restful, Reading Room Residents’ Lounge. Great Southern Killarney provides the finest service coupled with outstanding facilities.

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The Killarney Royal

In the heart of the city, The Killarney Royal Hotel is 200 m from Killarney Train Station. This boutique hotel has luxurious rooms, a fine dining restaurant and free Wi-Fi.

The Royal Hotel has individually designed rooms featuring antique furniture. Rooms are air-conditioned and have large marble bathrooms with baths, showers and Smart TV. Guests can work on their putting technique with a putter in each room.

The Royal Bar & Bistro has a diverse menu and offers lunch and dinner. The Royal restaurant serves international cuisine, whilst afternoon tea is served in the Lobby Lounge.

The hotel is a short walk from the Killarney’s busy shopping streets. St. Mary’s Cathedral and the Fitzgerald Stadium are 5 minutes’ away.

Killarney Golf Course and Muckross Abbey are both 4 km from the hotel. Killarney Racecourse is just one kilometer away.

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The River Lee Hotel, Cork

4 Star Hotel. At the heart of our business is a warmth of service that stems from our family ownership, imbuing the familiarity of a members club and the intimacy of a private home. Set on a picturesque bend in the river, just a short walk from Cork city centre, The River Lee hotel occupies a unique position in this charming historic city. Ireland’s “second city” is a lively cultural hub with an opera house, independent art galleries, museums and theatres, vibrant nightlife and a growing craft beer scene and hosts several festivals throughout the year. The River Lee hotel is one of Cork’s leading business and social destinations. Resident guests also have complimentary access to the hotel’s in-house health and fitness club with a 20m swimming pool.

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The Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin

5 Star Hotel. A boutique, city-centre, luxury escape with charm and character all of its own. Since we opened our doors in 1998, the Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin has been about extraordinary hospitality, five-star comfort and astonishing service delivered by incredible people.
We’re in the very heart of the city on its most famous Georgian square, St. Stephen’s Green, at the top of its finest shopping avenue, Grafton Street. Each guestroom is completed with impeccable attention to detail. Eat in our super-stylish Citron restaurant, sip a cocktail and mingle in Inn on the Green, indulge in a good pampering session at Spirit treatment rooms or keep your fitness at our fitness suite. With onsite parking and the warmest welcome in Dublin, the Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin is about a contemporary, fresh approach to traditional Irish Hospitality.

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Dromoland Castle, Co. Clare

5 Star Castle Hotel. Ireland’s most magical address, Dromoland Castle has been welcoming guests since the 16th century. The ancestral home of the O’Briens of Dromoland, whose lineage dates back 1,000 years to Brian Boru, one of the last High Kings of Ireland, we’ve got nobility and hospitality in our DNA. From the imposing baronial façade to our startling interiors, you’ll find a world of historic grandeur underpinned by the finest modern comforts. With lavish decor, indulgent dining, fabulous views and magnificent bedrooms, this is a place to feel at home. Behind our warm Irish welcome is the belief that every guest is royalty. Stroll the 450-acre estate. Tee off on our world class golf course. Take afternoon tea by a roaring fire. Relax in our intimate spa. Enjoy delicious cuisine. At Dromoland Castle there’s no escaping the sense that you are walking in the shadows of kings.

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Adare Manor, Limerick

5 Star Castle Hotel. As you roam the 840 acres of pristine parkland, play your way through the magnificent golf course, and sound the depths of relaxation in the spa, you will start to understand the soul of Adare Manor. It’s prestige without pretense and magic without nonsense. Above all, it is the sense of belonging. Adare Manor offers guests a lavish welcome and unforgettable hospitality in a spellbinding setting. The lush parkland and pristine woods provide a tranquil backdrop overlooking the banks of County Limerick’s beautiful River Maigue. Every lovingly restored detail of the neo-gothic Manor House is a testament to the devotion to excellence and passion for beauty at the heart of the Adare Manor experience.

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The Savoy Hotel, Limerick

5 Star Hotel. The luxurious boutique Savoy Hotel, is ideally located in the heart of Limerick City. As a gateway to The Wild Atlantic Way, it has some wonderful attractions on its doorstep such as the Cliffs of Moher, King John’s Castle, and Thomond Park. The city of Limerick offers dazzling selection of shopping opportunities and extraordinary cultural, artistic and sporting events of both national and international importance. Just a few miles outside the city, county Limerick offers some of the most outstanding countryside anywhere on the island of Ireland where the landscape is dotted with villages of character and charm and local traditions just waiting to be explored. The County town is Newcastle West which is home to the internationally recognised Ballygowan Water. Whether you come for some retail therapy or to appreciate Limericks art and cultural scene; there is a wealth of attractions for you to enjoy. With almost 50 per cent of Limerick’s population under the age of 30, it is a vibrant, living, cosmopolitan city.

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The Hardiman Hotel, Galway

An iconic Galway landmark with an intriguing history. (Formerly the Meyrick)

Standing proudly on the famous Eyre Square since 1852, The Hardiman Hotel offers generous hospitality with a familiar, easy charm that makes guests feel right at home. For over a century and a half, this Grand Old Lady has played host to many notable guests and countless special occasions. Now it’s your turn to be part of this long tradition.

The Hardiman is a flawless combination of Victorian grace and opulent luxury. Located right in the heart of Galway City, just a one-minute walk from the main transport hubs. Whether you are joining us for pleasure, or are here on business, the beating heart of our city is right on your doorstep.

Perfectly positioned – Within strolling distance of all the best amenities that Galway has to offer. From bars and theatres to restaurants and historical sights, you’re right in the centre of Galway’s bohemian social scene.

The Hardiman is the perfect base to explore the Wild Atlantic Way. Discover the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren, the Aran Islands and the wild beauty of Connemara.

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The G Hotel & Spa, Galway

5 Star Hotel. The luxurious g Hotel and Spa in Galway is the perfect choice, located on the edge of Lough Atalia as you enter the heart of the city. Explore the West of Ireland during your stay. Galway recognises all the wonderful ingredients right on our doorstep from wild native galway oysters, killary mussels, abundance of fish, farmlands, cheese and so much more. We also have an array of fantastic restaurants. If that isn’t enough, we are also getting ready to become the European Capital of Culture in 2020. Galway is the festival city of Ireland with world renowned festivals and events all year long. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Ashford Castle

Unrivalled service, warm Irish hospitality and five star luxury await at Ashford Castle, part of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection and a member of Leading Hotels of the World. Situated in a spectacular 350 acre estate, discover sumptuous rooms and suites, splendid interiors brimming with antique furniture, fine fabrics and unique features at every turn.
From fine dining to a wealth of activities on the doorstep, a stay at Ashford Castle is perfect for romantic breaks, family escapes and elegant private events.

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Powerscourt Hotel Resort, Wicklow

5 Star Hotel. Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa offers luxury with genuine warmth, in breathtaking surroundings, delivered by people as individual as you are. When Lord Powerscourt first built his beautiful home here in the wilds of County Wicklow, Dublin was more than a day’s journey away. It’s hard to believe that today, this oasis of ancient woodland, spectacular mountain views and parkland grazed by herds of deer, is a mere 30 minutes from the bustling city. The Powerscourt Estate comprises 1,000 acres of mountain, farm, hillside, river, golf courses and perhaps the most famous part of the entire grounds, the 47 acres of landscaped gardens.

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The Grand Hotel, Malahide, Dublin

4 Star Hotel. Ideally located by the sea in Dublin’s most attractive town, Malahide, the Grand Hotel is also close to Dublin Airport and the M1/M50 motorways. Our location in the heart of Malahide is a unique seaside retreat while remaining convenient to the attractions of Dublin city centre. Whether your stay with us is for business or pleasure, we aim to make it memorable. We have beautiful bedrooms, many with sea views, a full range of conference and banquet facilities and our renowned Arena Health and Fitness Club. We give you several dining options from fine dining in the Coast Restaurant to the more casual settings of the Matt Ryan Bar with its extensive menu available all day. At the heart of the Grand Hotel is our family of staff who will make your visit to Malahide and Dublin memorable, all the while having you feel like part of the family!

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The Fairview Hotel, Killarney

4 Star Hotel. Welcome to the 4 Star Fairview Hotel in Killarney where we offer some of the best boutique style accommodation in Killarney. We are a superbly located hotel in Killarney Town centre, yet out of noise’s way. The Fairview is a luxurious boutique style hotel that is truly unique for quality, location, service and elegance. We are home to some of the best accommodation Killarney offers, beautifully furnished spacious rooms with optional Jacuzzi suites, all modern amenities including lift and wheelchair facilities; Free Wi-Fi throughout. An ideal Killarney accommodation base from which to tour, golf or socialise.

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Dunraven Arms, Adare

4 Star Hotel. The Dunraven is a stylish, luxury, family-run hotel situated in the heart of Adare, a picturesque and world renowned village in Co. Limerick and is one of the oldest establishments in Ireland and dates back to the Eighteenth Century. In recent times the Murphy family have developed the hotel to incorporate 87 luxury bedrooms, an elegant ballroom that can cater for up to 300 people, a leisure centre with a swimming pool, sauna, fully fitted gym and beauty rooms, a stand alone conference centre and the Maigue Restaurant. The driving force behind this hotel is to provide an attentive, warm service matched with locally sourced provenance prepared by our well trained team of chefs.

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The Park House Hotel, Galway

4 Star Hotel. With a perfect location in the heart of Galway city, the Park House Hotel has been welcoming guests since 1975 and has a reputation for excellence in accommodation, customer service and food. All 84 bedrooms are luxurious and spacious, offering first-class amenities and facilities. The hotel has complimentary high-speed wifi throughout. All bedrooms are smoke-free with individually controlled air-conditioning, multi-channel TV, tea/coffee making facilities, premium bedding, and luxury eco-friendly toiletries. Whether you choose one of our superior, deluxe or junior suite rooms you can rest assured that you will receive the best hospitality Galway has to offer.

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If you would like to chat with Mike Ryan about your plans he would be delighted to take your call!

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