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Experience the heart and soul of Ireland on this luxurious journey through the Emerald Isle.

Ireland is a land of contrasts, where vibrant cities give way to sweeping countryside and ancient ruins. On this tour, you’ll immerse yourself in the country’s rich culture, sample its delicious cuisine, and sip on its world-renowned whiskey.

From the mesmerising landscapes of Killarney National Park and the Cliffs of Moher, to soaking up the atmosphere (and Guinness) in Pat Cohan’s bar, you’ll experience the best of Ireland, all with the help of our experienced team.

Discover the real Ireland on this unforgettable luxury tour.

Arrival & Departure Location:

Arrival: Dublin International Airport
Departure: Dublin International Airport


12 Nights / 13 Days


  • The Merrion, Dublin (1 night)
  • Lough Eske Castle Hotel, Lough Eske (2 nights)
  • Ashford Castle, Cong (2 nights)
  • Glenlo Abbey, Galway (1 night)
  • Dromoland Castle Hotel, Newmarket on Fergus (1 night)
  • Europe Hotel, Killarney (2 nights)
  • Hayfield Manor, Cork (2 nights)
  • Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa, Enniskerry (1 night)

Points of Interest

  • Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre, Belleek Pottery
  • Donegal, Slieve League Cliffs, Glencolumbkille, Maghera Beach, Assaranca Waterfall, Ardara
  • Fairy Bridges and the Wishing Chair, Mullaghmore Head, Sligo, Strandhill Beach
  • Achill Island, Clew Bay, Westport Town, Cong, Pat Cohan’s The Quiet Man Bar
  • Sheepdog Demonstration, Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, Sky Road
  • Galway, Cliffs of Moher, Falconry at Dromoland
  • Slea Head Drive, Dingle & Dingle Harbour, private boat trip from Dingle, Inch Beach
  • Ring of Kerry, Killorglin, Rossbeigh Beach, Cahergall Stone Fort, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Caherdaniel, Sneem Village, Killarney National Park, Moll's Gap Mountain pass
  • Kenmare, Bantry Bay, Cork City
  • Courtmacsherry, Atlantic whale and wildlife tour, Old Head of Kinsale, Kinsale
  • Rock of Cashel, Glendalough, Wicklow Mountains, Powerscourt Estate


  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Bespoke itinerary
  • Premium vehicle & Private chauffeur
  • Admission to all activities
  • Local guides where appropriate
  • Personal travel co-ordinator



Day 1 Arrive in Dublin

Accommodation – The Merrion, Dublin (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Dinner – Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud at The Merrion

After touching down at Dublin Airport, your chauffeur will give you a warm Irish welcome, help you with your bags into your luxury vehicle, and drive you through Dublin to your accommodation for the evening: The Merrion.

Ideally situated in the heart of Dublin, this opulent 5-star establishment is conveniently close to The National Gallery, the National Museum of Ireland, and the vibrant Golden Mile featuring bars, shops, and cafes—all within walking distance.

At The Merrion, you can immerse yourself in timeless luxury and tasteful decor infused with the warmth of Irish hospitality. The hotel offers a comprehensive range of services, including a fitness suite, swimming pool, spa, two charming period gardens, and several fine dining options. Among them is the renowned Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, where you will be dining tonight.

Distinguished by its impressive two Michelin Stars, you are in for an evening of exquisite fine dining. Whether you opt for the indulgence of an 8-course tasting menu or the flexibility of à la carte selections, your experience at Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is bound to be nothing short of extraordinary, ensuring a truly memorable evening.

Day 2Drive to Donegal, Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre, Belleek Pottery

Accommodation – Lough Eske Castle Hotel, Lough Eske, Co. Donegal (2 nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
ActivitiesDrive to Donegal, Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre, Belleek Pottery
Dinner – Cedars Restaurant at Lough Eske Castle Hotel

Your first day of touring begins with a scenic drive to Donegal, your northerly starting point on this Wild Atlantic Way Tour.

From there you will drive to Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre. Sitting on the banks of the River Boyne, Brú na Bóinne stands as Ireland’s most archaeologically rich World Heritage Site. Renowned for its prehistoric wonders, including Knowth, Newgrange, and Dowth, these incredible ceremonial passage tombs are globally significant Neolithic landmarks that were constructed around 3200BC.

Your final stop today will be the Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre, just beyond the Northern Ireland border. Since 1863, Belleek Pottery has skilfully crafted premium Parian ware and now produces over 100,000 pieces annually. Explore the on-site museum showcasing the factory’s finest pieces before enjoying a guided tour which delves into the origins of Belleek Pottery. Conclude your visit with a stop at the tearoom, offering a mezzanine with views of the graceful River Erne.

For dinner this evening you will head to the hotel’s Cedars Restaurant. This distinguished eatery, adorned with two AA Rosettes, offers sweeping views of the castle grounds and woodlands—an idyllic setting to relish the finest produce from Donegal.

Day 3Visit Donegal Town, Slieve League Cliffs, Glencolumbkille, Maghera Beach, Assaranca Waterfall, drive through Ardara

Accommodation – Lough Eske Castle Hotel, Lough Eske, Co. Donegal
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Visit Donegal Town, Slieve League Cliffs, Glencolumbkille, Maghera Beach, Assaranca Waterfall, drive through Ardara
Dinner – The Gallery Bar at Lough Eske Castle Hotel

This morning you will have a chance to explore the enchanting town of Donegal with its meandering cobbled streets, bustling shops, and traditional pubs. Wander along the winding River Eske to reach Donegal Castle, which sits at the heart of the town and has done since 1474.

Your chauffeur will make a pit stop at Slieve League Cliffs which stand a staggering 600m above the thundering Atlantic Ocean below.                  

Your journey continues through the breathtaking Irish countryside until you arrive at the coastal town of Glencolumbkille. We recommend exploring the local craft shop, where a variety of handmade knitwear, tapestries, and a cosy tearoom await your discovery.

The next stop off is at Maghera Beach which sits just to the north of Slieve League Peninsula. With nearly 5km of pristine white sands and adorable Sand Martins weaving through the sky, this is an idyllic setting to relax for a while before hitting the road once more.

Before driving through the picturesque village of Ardara, you will make a stop at Assaranca Waterfall. While especially dramatic just after heavy rainfall, this is a perfect place to snap a holiday photo any time of year.

Indulge in tonight’s dinner at The Gallery Bar within Lough Eske Castle Hotel. Despite being housed in a luxurious 5-star hotel, the inviting ambiance and genuine hospitality create an atmosphere reminiscent of a traditional Donegal pub.

Day 4Visit the Fairy Bridges and Wishing Chair, Mullaghmore, Sligo, Strandhill Beach

Accommodation – Ashford Castle, Cong (2 nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Visit the Fairy Bridges and Wishing Chair, Mullaghmore, Sligo, Strandhill Beach
Dinner – George V Restaurant at Ashford Castle

After breakfast, you will head off to explore the Fairy Bridges — a cluster of ancient sea stacks forming a charming bridge over the Atlantic Ocean. For a touch of enchantment, visit the nearby Bundoran’s Wishing Chair. Simply sit, make your wish, and your dreams will come true.

The delightful village of Mullaghmore is your next stop. This quirky little place sits on an outcrop of land that reaches out into the Atlantic, forming itself a scenic bay which provides excellent views of Benbulben Mountain in the distance.  

Next, you’ll be chauffeured further along the north-west coast to explore the town of Sligo, often referred to as “the land of heart’s desire” by the Irish poet W.B. Yeats. Renowned for its exceptional warmth, Sligo invites Yeats enthusiasts to Drumcliffe Church, his final resting place. Immerse yourself in the rich history of Sligo at the ruins of Sligo Abbey, a medieval monastery dating back to 1252.

You will then make your way from Sligo to Strandhill Beach, an 11km stretch of unspoilt coastline with glorious golden sands. This popular surfing spot boasts views of Coney Island, Sligo Bay, and Knocknarea Mountain. You may want to pay a visit to the Tomb of Queen Méabh, an important figure in Irish mythology, which is just a little inland from the beach.

Ashford Castle will be your home for the next two evenings. Dating back to the 1200s, this majestic castle has witnessed centuries of tumultuous history, evolving from humble beginnings as a hunting lodge before being acquired by the Guinness family in 1852. Today, it stands as one of Ireland’s grandest castles, transformed into a luxurious hotel resort featuring expansive gardens, charming fountains, and a captivating blend of Medieval and Victorian architecture.

Tonight’s dinner will be hosted at the George V Dining Room, a breathtaking spectacle featuring intricate wood panelling and exquisite Waterford Crystal chandeliers gracing the ceiling. Kindly observe that gentlemen are requested to wear a dinner jacket.

Day 5Visit Achill Island, Clew Bay, Westport, Pat Cohan’s Quiet Man’s Pub

Accommodation – Ashford Castle, Cong
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities Visit Achill Island, Clew Bay, Westport, Pat Cohan’s Quiet Man’s Pub
Dinner – The Dungeon at Ashford Castle

Your first stop today takes you to Achill Island. Arriving in the village of Achill, you will cross the small bridge that joins Achill Island to the mainland. The Irish pirate queen Grace O’Malley conquered Kildavnet Castle on the island back in the 16th century.

Heading south, you will make your way to Clew Bay, the heartlands of the Umhaill territory, which was ruled by the O’Malley’s, including the pirate queen. Croagh Patrick Mountain stands to the south of the bay, while Nephin Beg Mountains dominate the northern skyline, providing the perfect chance for that panoramic shot.

Your day continues with a trip to Westport, a delightful Irish town nestled in County Mayo. The tree-lined river and elegant Georgian architecture contribute to Westport’s irresistible charm. Here you can explore Westport House, a majestic historic estate boasting sublime architecture, immaculate gardens, and a scenic backdrop of rivers and mountains—a truly enchanting spot.

Next up is the quaint village of Cong, evoking an island feel with numerous surrounding streams. Enjoy a pint of Guinness in the renowned Pat Cohan Bar, catapulted to fame as a filming location for the 1952 John Wayne movie “The Quiet Man.”

Tonight’s dinner will be hosted in The Dungeon which, as the name does not suggest, is an opulent setting on the lower ground floor. Lavishly furnished in deep reds, The Dungeon is renowned for its indulgent offerings, featuring specialties like the classic beef and Guinness stew.

Day 6Sheepdog Demonstration, Visit Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, Drive the Sky Road

Accommodation – Glenlo Abbey, Galway (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Sheepdog Demonstration, Visit Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, Drive the Sky Road
Dinner – Pullman Restaurant at Glenlo Abbey

Your first stop today is a trip to Joyce Country Sheepdogs in Connemara where you will have the pleasure of witnessing an exclusive sheepdog demonstration—a captivating spectacle where humans and dogs collaborate seamlessly to skilfully guide the Connemara Blackface sheep through the field and into the pen with precision. With the Makmur and Partry Mountains in the background, this is a great way to get a taste of what rural life is like in Ireland.

You will then be chauffeured through Connemara National Park, stopping off at the most picturesque locations for photo opportunities en route to Kylemore Abbey. The abbey commands attention with its impressive light granite façade, creating a striking juxtaposition against the rich hues of dark waters and lush greens that envelop it. Enhancing your visit is the new “From Generation to Generation” visitor experience offering insights into the personal narratives of Kylemore’s past inhabitants.

Next, you will be driven along the captivating Sky Road of Clifden, a breathtaking circular route boasting panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean. As you traverse this scenic path, have your camera at the ready as you will catch sight of the remnants of Clifden Castle.

Tonight, your accommodation is at Glenlo Abbey, situated within an expansive country estate and offering picturesque views of Lough Corrib. The tranquil ambiance of the estate sets the stage for peaceful relaxation.

Your dining experience for the evening unfolds at The Pullman Restaurant, an exceptionally distinctive setting as it is housed within two authentic carriages of the Orient Express—a truly unique and memorable culinary affair awaits.

Day 7Visit Galway, The Cliffs of Moher, Falconry Experience at Dromoland Castle

Accommodation – Dromoland Castle Hotel, Newmarket on Fergus (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Visit Galway, The Cliffs of Moher, Falconry Experience at Dromoland Castle
Dinner – Earl of Thomond Restaurant at Dromoland Castle

On day 7 you will be driven to Galway for an opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of this dynamic city. Adorned with brightly coloured shopfronts, the lively streets of Galway feature street performers, exceptionally skilled musicians, and bustling cafes and bars.

Next on your itinerary is a journey to the Cliffs of Moher, a renowned tourist hotspot and an iconic feature along the dramatic coastline of West Clare. Delve into the fascinating information about the cliffs at the distinctive visitor centre, seamlessly carved into the rock in the style of a Hobbit-burrow. From there, ascend to the highest point, marked by O’Brien’s Tower, standing an impressive 702 feet above the tumultuous sea below and offering a breathtaking perspective of the awe-inspiring landscape.

This afternoon promises a unique and enchanting experience. With Dromoland Castle as your backdrop, you will learn about the ancient art of falconry, witnessing the extraordinary partnership that has existed between humans and these magnificent birds for centuries. Prepare to be mesmerised as these majestic creatures take flight, executing breathtaking aerial manoeuvres across the skies. Following this awe-inspiring display, you will have the opportunity to intimately engage with these avian experts, feeling the powerful grasp of their talons on your gloved hand.

In the evening, indulge in an exquisite dinner at the Earl of Thomond Restaurant at Dromoland Castle. From the instant you enter The Earl of Thomond, you will find yourself transported to a bygone era. The opulent surroundings, adorned with lavish furnishings and refined décor, recreate the ambiance of a historical drama. The culinary offerings at The Earl of Thomond are nothing short of a masterpiece, highlighting the best seasonal ingredients from local producers.

Day 8Visit Slea Head Drive, visit Dingle Harbour, Private Boat Trip from Dingle, visit Inch Beach

Accommodation – Europe Hotel, Killarney (2 Nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Visit Slea Head Drive, visit Dingle Harbour, Private Boat Trip from Dingle, visit Inch Beach
Dinner – Panorama Restaurant at Europe Hotel

After breakfast you will embark on one of Ireland’s most picturesque journeys. Heading west along the coastline, you will arrive at the charming town of Dingle, where the enchanting Slea Head Drive Route begins. This circular route, an integral part of the Wild Atlantic Way, is steeped in both beauty and history.

As you journey along the breathtaking coastline, your path will lead you to Dingle Harbour. This remarkable bay, situated at one of Ireland’s westernmost points, presents an extraordinary opportunity for a captivating photo.

You will then set sail from Dingle Harbour on a one hour private boat trip. Enjoy the picturesque scenery which unfolds as you depart from the shelter of the bay. Keep your eyes peeled for the indigenous wildlife as you sail close to towering sandstone cliffs and majestic sea arches.

Back on dry land, you will stop off at Inch Beach, a beautiful stretch of golden sand stretching out into Castlemaine Harbour. In fact, it is so beautiful it has been used in filming various movies, including Ryan’s Daughter and Excalibur.

Your home for the next two evenings will be The Europe Hotel in Killarney. Nestled on the serene shores of Lough Leane, The Europe Hotel offers luxurious accommodation with breathtaking lake and mountain views.

You will get to enjoy those incredible views while eating dinner at the hotel’s prestigious Panorama Restaurant.

Day 9Drive the Ring of Kerry route including Killorglin, Rossbeigh Beach, Cahergall Stone Fort, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Caherdaniel, and Sneem Village, drive through Killarney National Park (via Moll's Gap Mountain pass)

Accommodation – Europe Hotel, Killarney
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Drive the Ring of Kerry route including Killorglin, Rossbeigh Beach, Cahergall Stone Fort, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Caherdaniel, and Sneem Village, drive through Killarney National Park (via Moll’s Gap Mountain pass)
Dinner – Brasserie Restaurant at The Europe Hotel

Your adventure today begins in Killorglin, renowned for the lively Puck Fair celebrations. Immerse yourself in quaint streets, discover bustling local markets, and delight in the vibrant atmosphere that defines this charming town.

You will then make your way to Cahergall Stone Fort. This intriguing structure was built in the 7th century and was used as a way to protect livestock from any would be thieves and wild animals. From there it’s a short hop to the town of Cahersiveen where you can grab a coffee before heading to Ballycarbery Castle to get a snap of this 16th century castle standing proudly against the skyline.

You will then pass through the colourful seafront village of Waterville before reaching Caherdaniel which offers exquisite views of Derrynane Bay.

Your final stop on this route is the village of Sneem, affectionately known as “The Way the Fairies Went” by locals. The vistas are breathtaking on this stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way which is named “The Knot” as it gracefully binds the mountains and water in scenic harmony.

En route to The Europe Hotel, you will traverse the enchanting Killarney National Park — a sanctuary of untouched lakes, age-old woodlands, and the majestic MacGillycuddy’s Reeks Mountain range. This national gem offers captivating scenery and tranquil serenity. Your chauffeur will happily suggest photo stops along the way, but we highly recommend taking some time at Moll’s Gap, an incredible mountain pass.

After a busy day of exploration, why not relax in The Europe’s premier spa facilities before an evening meal at The Brasserie which provides a more relaxed dining atmosphere than The Panorama. From the tomahawk pork chop to the tofu red curry, The Brasserie’s diverse menu guarantees satisfaction.

Day 10Visit Kenmare, Bantry Bay, Cork

Accommodation – Hayfield Manor, Cork (2 Nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Visit Kenmare, Bantry Bay, and Cork
Dinner – Orchids Restaurant at Hayfield Manor Hotel

First up today is a visit to the charming town of Kenmare. Its vibrant high street, adorned with lively colours, is set against a backdrop of rolling green hills. Take a moment to enjoy a coffee and explore the numerous shops that contribute to Kenmare’s bustling and lively community.

Your chauffeur will then guide you to the awe-inspiring Bantry Bay. Extending for over 35km, this bay offers captivating vistas overlooking the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean. For photography enthusiasts, rest assured that you will encounter a continuous series of picture-perfect scenes along this remarkable stretch of shoreline.

Bantry Bay is no stranger to conflict. During the Nine Years War between France and England, their respective fleets clashed here in 1689 in what became known as the Battle of Bantry Bay. Irish revolutionary Wolfe Tone attempted to launch a rebellion from Bantry Bay in 1796, however poor weather forced them to abandon their plans.

You will then explore Cork, Ireland’s food capital, starting at the English Market where you can sample treats from local producers. St Fin Barre’s Cathedral has 1260 sculptures and stunning stained glass windows to admire. Moving through the city, St Anne’s Church offers lovely city views from a 37m tall platform, while Fitzgerald’s Park is the ideal place to stroll around or chill out with a picnic.

This evening you will dine at the Orchids Restaurant at Hayfield Manor Hotel. The charming gardens, adorned with marvellous artwork and marble busts, serve as a picturesque backdrop for your meal. Under the leadership of Executive Chef Mark Staples, a proficient team dedicates attention to detail in crafting culinary delights such as guinea fowl and Rosscarbery pork terrine, pan roasted fillet of halibut, and citrus meringue bridge.

Day 11Visit Courtmacsherry, Private Atlantic Whale and Wildlife Tour, Visit Old Head of Kinsale, Kinsale

Accommodation – Hayfield Manor, Cork
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Visit Courtmacsherry, Private Atlantic Whale and Wildlife Tour, Visit Old Head of Kinsale, Kinsale
Dinner – Perrotts Garden Bistro at Hayfield Manor

Day 11 kicks off with a trip to the tiny seaside village of Courtmacsherry which consists of just one main street along the shoreline of Courtmacsherry Bay. After a busy week touring (and with an exciting day ahead), this quiet village offers the chance to grab a coffee then simply sit and listen to the waves lapping gently into the bay.

Up next is a thrilling adventure at sea as you head on a 3-4 hour whale and wildlife spotting tour. In the 1990’s, the Irish Government declared the waters around Ireland’s coast to be a sanctuary for whales and dolphins, and the southern shores are one of the best places to spot them. A private guide will be on hand to help you spot these magnificent creatures.

On your return to dry land, your chauffeur will be ready to escort you further south towards the Old Head of Kinsale. Keep your camera close at hand, as the breathtaking ocean views from this vantage point are truly spectacular.

You will then explore Kinsale, a quaint town along the Celtic Sea’s shores. Wander through narrow, meandering streets adorned with delightful pastel-hued buildings that house independent shops and cafes. Take in the sights of historical landmarks such as Charles Fort, standing guard over the harbour, or simply revel in the picturesque seaside views.

Returning to Hayfield Manor, tonight you will dine in the hotel’s Perrotts Garden Bistro. This exquisite double AA Rosette restaurant seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor dining by using huge windows and vibrant floral decorations.

Day 12Visit the Rock of Cashel, Drive through Glendalough and Wicklow Mountains, Visit Powerscourt Estate (gardens, house, and waterfall)

Accommodation – Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa, Dublin (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur
Activities – Visit the Rock of Cashel, Drive through Glendalough and Wicklow Mountains, Visit Powerscourt Estate (gardens, house, and waterfall)
Dinner – SIKA Restaurant at Powerscourt Hotel

Your final day of touring starts with a visit to The Rock of Cashel, a site that looks straight out of Game of Thrones. Sitting atop a small rocky ridge in “The Golden Vale,” The Rock of Cashel is a collection of medieval structures. As you navigate these ancient buildings, the imagination is stirred with thoughts of what life must have been like in the 12th and 13th centuries within these historic walls.

You will then explore Glendalough, an ancient monastic village dating back to the 7th century. Though now in ruins, it retains its spiritual significance for those of the Catholic faith.

From there your chauffeur will guide you on a scenic journey through the Wicklow Mountains. As you traverse Ireland’s largest national park, where glistening lakes are embraced by expansive woodland valleys and majestic mountains, keep a keen lookout for the diverse array of protected species inhabiting this natural haven, including peregrine falcons, pine martens, and goosander.

Up next is a chance to explore Powerscourt Estate which weaves history and nature together effortlessly. Start with a stroll around the perfectly manicured gardens, a rich tapestry of flower beds, sculptures, fountains, terraces, and lakes. It’s so beautiful that National Geographic named it the third finest garden in the world. From there you will wander the rooms of Powerscourt House, an architectural masterpiece adorned with period furnishings and antique artwork. Finally, head to Powerscourt Waterfall, one of the highest and most dramatic in Ireland.

This evening, you will finish with a flourish as you indulge in the culinary masterpieces on the terrace of Powerscourt‘s renowned SIKA Restaurant. The sweeping views are a canvas of unmatched beauty, capturing the lush forests and undulating hills of Wicklow and framed by the grandeur of Sugar Loaf Mountain. In the hands of SIKA’s culinary artisans, Ireland’s natural treasures come to life in a symphony of flavours. From the delicate scallop and crab ravioli to the refreshing lobster salad and the richly nuanced roast quail, every dish is a testament to the region’s finest ingredients.

Day 13Departure

Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

As your enchanting Irish adventure draws to a close, you will depart the Emerald Isle with a wealth of historical knowledge and a profound appreciation of Irish culture.

Your chauffeur will pack your bags into the car and drive you to Dublin airport, where you will bid farewell to this captivating land.