Tours of Ireland – So Much To Choose From !

Our tours will take you all over Ireland – visiting all of the major tourist attractions or taking you ‘off the beaten track’ to sample some of Ireland’s heritage and culture.

Send us your travel plans – arrival & departure dates and accomodation bookings – and we can customise a tour to suit you.

We do not book accomodation but will gladly help in suggesting places to stay – whether you want a 5-star castle or a farmhouse bed and breakfast!

Below are just some of the tours we can offer:-

Dublin City Day Tours – within easy reach of Dublin is :-

  • County Meath with its ancient sites including Newgrange, Hill of Tara and Trim Castle.
  • Kilkenny & The South-East – The Medieval City of Kilkenny, scenic country drives and Waterford City (including Waterford Crystal)
  • County Wicklow – known as ‘The Garden of Ireland’ because of it’s beautiful scenery including Powerscourt Gardens, Glendalough Monastic Site and Avoca Wollen Mills.
Kilkenny Castle
Glendalough Monastic Site, County Wicklow.


The Wild Atlantic Way – 2,500km of rugged coastline and beautiful scenery along Ireland’s west coast including:

  • Kinsale and the south coast of County Cork including Skibbereen and Bantry
  • The Ring of Kerry incorporating Killarney (Muckross House, Ross Castle and Torc Waterfall), Kenmare and Valentia Island
  • The Dingle Peninsula – The pretty town of Dingle and Slea Head Drive
  • The Cliffs of Moher and The Burren in County Clare
  • Galway & Mayo – including beautiful coastal and mountain drives around Connamara. In Mayo, climb Croagh Patrick – Ireland’s Holy Mountain – or experience the coast along Achill Island.
  • Sligo & Donegal – the north-west offers spectacular scenery including Strandhill and Glencar in Sligo and then on to Slieve League Cliffs, Glencolmcille and Glenveagh in Donegal.
The Cliffs of Moher, County Clare.
Sunset on Achill Island


The Midlands of Ireland – sometimes overlooked but with lots to offer :-

  • County Laois: The heritage towns of Abbeyleix & Durrow along with Heywood Gardens, Emo Court and The Rock of Dunamase.
  • In County Offaly we visit Clonmacnoise Monastic Site, Kilbeggan Whiskey Distillery and/or Tullamore DEW Whiskey Distillery and the boglands at Lough Borra.
  • The Irish National Stud and Japanese Gardens plus nearby Saint Brigid’s well in Kildare are well worth a visit.
The Gate Lodge at Castle Durrow, County Laois.
Heywood Gardens, Ballinakill, County Laois.