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Arrival & Departure Location: Dublin International Airport

Hotels

  • Westbury Hotel, Dublin (2 Nights)
  • Cliff House, Ardmore (1 Night)
  • Sheen Falls Lodge, Kenmare (3 Nights)
  • Gregans Castle Hotel, Ballyvaughan (1 Night)
  • Lodge at Ashford Castle, Cong (3 Nights)
  • Carton House, Maynooth (1 Night)

Points of Interest

  • Arrive in Dublin
  • Half Day Guided Walking Tour of Dublin, you will visit The Trinity College, See the Book of Kells, Visit Temple Bar Area, Visit Dublin Castle, Visit Jameson Distillery on Bow Street for 'secret whisky tasting' experience
  • Drive Through Kilkenny, Visit Jerpoint Park, Private Sheepdog Demonstration at Jerpoint Park. Then visit Jerpoint Abbey, Visit & Explore Waterford, Private Tour of Waterford Crystal Factory
  • Visit Cobh, Visit Cork, Visit & Explore Kinsale - Lunch in Kinslae, Historic Private Walking tour of Kinsale, Visit & Explore Kenmare
  • Explore the Ring of Kerry, visiting Sneem Village, Caherdaniel, Waterville, Cahersiveen Town, Visit Cahergal Stone Fort, Rossbeigh Beach, Drive through Killarney National Park, Drive through Moll's Gap
  • Visit Muckross House, From Park To Castle Tour Killarney Jaunting Cars, Private Killarney Falconry Experience
  • Visit Adare Village, Visit Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, Visit Cliffs of Moher
  • Burren Walking Tour in heart of the Burren National Park, Two Hour Island Cruise from Ashford Castle
  • Visit Galway, Drive the Sky Road, Clifden, Scenic drive though Connemara National Park, Visit Kylemore Abbey, Visit Cong Village and Pat Cohan’s The Quiet Man Bar
  • Visit & Explore Achill Island, Visit Westport House
  • Visit Athlone, Visit Sean's Bar in Athlone, Visit Kilbeggan Distillery

Included:

  • Personalised itinerary
  • Executive vehicle (Mercedes V-Class or similar) & knowledgable chauffeur driver for route according to itinerary
  • Services of private local guides in activities according to itinerary
  • Admissions to all sites according to itinerary
  • Accommodation according to itinerary
  • Breakfast at all Hotels Included
  • Co-ordination and support / Dedicated Travel Co-ordinator
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Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Dublin

Accommodation – Westbury Hotel, Dublin (2 Nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Arrival in Dublin and Luxurious Stay at Westbury Hotel

Dublin Airport Arrival
Your Irish adventure commences as you touch down at Dublin Airport. The moment you step off the plane, the warmth of Irish hospitality greets you. Waiting for you is your friendly Irish chauffeur driver, ready to guide you through the wonders of the Emerald Isle.

The Westbury Hotel: A Luxurious Welcome
Your driver will whisk you away to your first destination, the renowned 5-star Westbury Hotel in Dublin. This luxurious haven is a masterpiece of elegance and comfort. Each room and suite is a sanctuary of style, blending contemporary design with classic sophistication. The hotel’s central location on Grafton Street places you at the heart of Dublin’s vibrant energy, surrounded by upscale boutiques and cultural landmarks.

WILDE Restaurant Dining Experience
In the evening, you’ll indulge in a culinary delight at the WILDE Restaurant within the Westbury Hotel. The restaurant, named after the renowned Irish writer Oscar Wilde, offers a dining experience that embodies his wit and creativity. Immerse yourself in an ambiance of refinement as you savor exquisite dishes crafted from the finest Irish ingredients.

Day 2Half Day Guided Walking Tour of Dublin, you will visit The Trinity College, See the Book of Kells, Visit Temple Bar Area, Visit Dublin Castle, Visit Jameson Distillery on Bow Street for 'secret whisky tasting' experience

Accommodation – Westbury Hotel, Dublin
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Exploring Dublin’s Cultural Treasures and Whiskey Tasting

Dublin City Centre Walking Tour
After a delicious breakfast, your day begins with a half-day walking tour of Dublin’s city centre. Led by an expert guide, you’ll embark on a journey through history and culture. Trinity College, with its iconic Book of Kells, Dublin Castle, steeped in centuries of royal history, and the lively Temple Bar region are among the highlights. Each step unveils a new chapter of Dublin’s rich heritage.

Jameson Distillery on Bow Street: Whiskey Secrets
In the afternoon, you’ll delve into the secrets of Irish whiskey with a tour of the famous Jameson Distillery on Bow Street. This historic distillery, dating back to 1780, invites you to a ‘secret whisky tasting’ experience. Discover the art of whiskey-making, from grain to glass, and savour the distinct flavours that have made Jameson a global icon.

The Winding Stair Restaurant: A Culinary Journey
Your evening continues with a dining experience at The Winding Stair Restaurant, a literary gem overlooking the River Liffey. This award-winning restaurant combines Irish culinary traditions with a contemporary twist. The menu reflects the seasons, offering a delightful array of flavours, all while you soak in views of Dublin’s vibrant waterfront.

Return to the Westbury Hotel
After a day of exploration and sensory delights, you’ll return to the welcoming embrace of the Westbury Hotel for another night of luxurious comfort.

Day 3Drive Through Kilkenny, Visit Jerpoint Park, Private Sheepdog Demonstration at Jerpoint Park. Then visit Jerpoint Abbey, Visit & Explore Waterford, Private Tour of Waterford Crystal Factory

Accommodation – Cliff House Hotel, Ardmore (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Journey to Kilkenny, Jerpoint Park, Waterford, and Cliff House Hotel

Kilkenny: A Historic Gem
Following a hearty breakfast, your private driver will guide you south to the historic town of Kilkenny. Known as the “Marble City,” Kilkenny exudes medieval charm. Its narrow streets are lined with well-preserved buildings, including the majestic Kilkenny Castle, which stands as a testament to its rich history.

Jerpoint Park: Sheepdog Demonstration and Abbey Exploration
Your next stop is Jerpoint Park, a hidden gem where you’ll enjoy a private Sheepdog Demonstration. Witness the incredible skill of sheepdogs as they navigate the fields, a demonstration that sheds light on Ireland’s farming heritage. Afterward, take a short stroll to the hauntingly beautiful Jerpoint Abbey, a Cistercian monastery founded in the 12th century. Explore its ancient ruins and delve into the abbey’s intriguing history.

Waterford: History and Crystal
Your journey then leads you south to Waterford, Ireland’s oldest city, founded by the Vikings in the 9th century. The town’s history is woven into its very streets, evident in its medieval architecture and waterfront charm.

Waterford Crystal Factory: Artistry and Craftsmanship
A private tour of the Waterford Crystal Factory awaits, offering an immersion into the world of exquisite crystal artistry. Witness master craftsmen at work, shaping molten glass into timeless masterpieces. Learn about the intricate process and rich heritage of Waterford Crystal, a symbol of Irish craftsmanship.

Cliff House Hotel: A Seaside Retreat
As the day’s adventures wind down, you’ll be dropped off at the Cliff House Hotel, perched on the edge of the Irish Sea. This boutique luxury hotel is an architectural gem, seamlessly blending into the dramatic cliffs. Each room offers panoramic ocean views, creating a sense of tranquillity that perfectly complements the rugged coastal beauty.

Seafront Bar & Terrace Restaurant Dining
In the evening, you’ll savour a dining experience at the Seafront Bar & Terrace Restaurant within the Cliff House Hotel. As you dine, the hypnotic rhythm of the ocean below sets the backdrop for a culinary journey that celebrates fresh, locally sourced ingredients prepared with precision and creativity.

Day 4 Visit Cobh, Visit Cork, Visit & Explore Kinsale - Lunch in Kinslae, Historic Private Walking tour of Kinsale, Visit & Explore Kenmare

Accommodation – Sheen Falls Lodges, Kenmare (3 Nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Cobh, Cork, Kinsale, Kenmare, and Sheen Falls Lodge

Exploring Cobh: A Quaint Town with Maritime History
Your fourth day begins with a journey to the picturesque town of Cobh. Cobh, formerly known as Queenstown, is a charming coastal town with a rich maritime history. It’s famously known as the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic in 1912. As you stroll through the colourful streets, you’ll encounter beautifully preserved architecture, including the imposing St. Colman’s Cathedral. Cobh offers a serene ambiance, with waterfront views and a maritime museum that delves into its storied past.

Cork: Cobbled Streets and History
Next on your itinerary is Cork, a vibrant city that invites you to wander its cobbled streets and soak in its history. Cork, also known as the “Rebel County,” is known for its independent spirit. Explore the English Market, an iconic food market filled with local produce, and visit St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, a stunning architectural masterpiece. Enjoy a refreshment in one of Cork’s charming cafes or pubs, where you can savour local cuisine and mingle with friendly locals.

Kinsale: Private Walking Tour
Continuing your journey, you’ll meet your private walking guide in Kinsale, a historic port town with a colourful harbour and a reputation as the “Gourmet Capital of Ireland.” Your guide will lead you on a private walking tour of Kinsale, where you’ll explore its charming streets, visit the Desmond Castle, and learn about the town’s maritime heritage. Kinsale is also famous for its artisan food scene and vibrant arts community, making it a delightful stop on your journey.

Kenmare: A Quiet Stroll in a Tranquil Town
Heading further west, you’ll arrive in the town of Kenmare. Nestled amidst the stunning landscapes of County Kerry, Kenmare is a peaceful haven. Its name, “An Neidín,” means “The Little Nest,” and the town lives up to its cosy reputation. Stroll along the charming streets, visit local boutiques, and enjoy a quiet moment by the Kenmare River. Kenmare’s tranquil ambiance makes it a perfect place to unwind.

Sheen Falls Lodge: Luxury Amidst Nature
Your day concludes as you’re dropped off at the luxurious Sheen Falls Lodge. This 5-star hotel is nestled on the banks of the Sheen River, surrounded by pristine woodlands and cascading waterfalls. Each room and suite offers a retreat into comfort and elegance, with views of the stunning natural surroundings. The lodge’s serene setting creates a sense of tranquillity that allows you to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of the Irish countryside.

The Falls Restaurant: Fine Dining at Sheen Falls Lodge
In the evening, you’ll savour a culinary experience at The Falls Restaurant within Sheen Falls Lodge. This fine dining restaurant combines Irish culinary traditions with international influences, creating a menu that celebrates the flavours of the region. As you dine, the soothing sounds of the nearby waterfalls provide a serene backdrop to your meal.

Day 5Explore the Ring of Kerry, visiting Sneem Village, Caherdaniel, Waterville, Cahersiveen Town, Visit Cahergal Stone Fort, Rossbeigh Beach, Drive through Killarney National Park, Drive through Moll's Gap

Accommodation – Sheen Falls Lodges, Kenmare
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

The Ring of Kerry and Return to Sheen Falls Lodge

Touring the Famous Ring of Kerry
Day 5 takes you on a journey through the iconic Ring of Kerry, one of Ireland’s most scenic routes. As you embark on this breath-taking drive, you’ll encounter a series of captivating stops that showcase the natural beauty of County Kerry.

  • Sneem Village: A picturesque village known for its colourful houses and scenic views.
  • Caherdaniel: A coastal village with beautiful beaches and historic ruins.
  • Waterville: A charming seaside town known for its connections to Charlie Chaplin.
  • Cahersiveen Town: A historic town with a strong cultural heritage.
  • Cahergal Stone Fort: An ancient stone fort that offers a glimpse into Ireland’s past.
  • Rossbeigh Beach: A stunning beach with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Killarney National Park: A vast and picturesque national park with diverse flora and fauna.
  • Moll’s Gap: A scenic mountain pass with panoramic views of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range. 

After a day filled with awe-inspiring natural beauty and cultural discoveries, you’ll return to the comfort of Sheen Falls Lodge.

The Stables Brasserie At Sheen Falls Lodge: Dining Amidst Nature
In the evening, you’ll dine at The Stables Brasserie within Sheen Falls Lodge. This charming restaurant offers a relaxed yet elegant atmosphere, where you can savour a delightful menu inspired by local and seasonal ingredients. The beautiful surroundings of the lodge add to the ambiance, creating a perfect setting for a memorable meal.

Day 6Visit Muckross House, From Park To Castle Tour Killarney Jaunting Cars, Private Killarney Falconry Experience

Accommodation – Sheen Falls Lodges, Kenmare
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Muckross House, Killarney Jaunting Cars, Falconry, and Kenmare

Exploring Muckross House: History and Beauty
Your day begins with a visit to Muckross House, a historic mansion set amidst the stunning landscapes of Killarney National Park. Built in the 19th century, Muckross House is a testament to architectural grandeur and Victorian elegance. Explore the beautifully manicured gardens and immerse yourself in the history and beauty of this iconic estate.

Killarney Jaunting Cars: A Magical Experience
Next, you’ll take a ride on the famous Killarney Jaunting Cars, a unique and magical experience. These traditional horse-drawn carriages offer a leisurely and enchanting way to explore the natural wonders of Killarney National Park. As you glide through the park, you’ll be surrounded by lush greenery and pristine lakes, with knowledgeable drivers sharing tales of the area’s folklore and history.

Private Falconry Experience with Killarney Falconry
Continuing your day of unique experiences, you’ll enjoy a private falconry experience with Killarney Falconry. Discover the ancient art of falconry as you interact with these magnificent birds of prey. Learn about their behaviour, training, and the history of falconry in Ireland. It’s a hands-on experience that allows you to connect with these remarkable creatures in a natural setting.

No. 35 Restaurant in Kenmare: Dining Excellence
Your driver will then take you back to Kenmare for dinner at No. 35 Restaurant. This dining experience offers a fusion of flavors and culinary expertise. Set in the heart of Kenmare, the restaurant provides a warm and inviting ambiance where you can savour a delectable meal created with the finest local ingredients.

After dinner, you’ll be dropped off back at Sheen Falls Lodge, where you can unwind and reflect on another day filled with unforgettable experiences.

Day 7Visit Adare Village, Visit Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, Visit Cliffs of Moher

Accommodation – Gregans Castle Hotel, Ballyvaughan (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Adare, Bunratty Castle, Cliffs of Moher, Gregans Castle Hotel

Adare: Thatched Cottages and Quaint Charm
Your seventh day begins with a journey north to the enchanting village of Adare. Known as “Ireland’s Prettiest Village,” Adare is a picture-perfect destination with its thatched cottages, vibrant floral displays, and quaint charm. As you stroll through its charming streets, take the opportunity for a great photo stop. Adare’s timeless beauty is a sight to behold.

Bunratty Castle: A Glimpse into History
Next on your itinerary is Bunratty Castle, a medieval fortress with a rich history. This well-preserved castle dates back to the 15th century and provides a fascinating journey through time. Explore its towering walls, climb the turrets for panoramic views, and step inside to discover its furnished rooms, which offer insights into Ireland’s past. Bunratty Castle is a remarkable testament to Ireland’s medieval heritage.

Cliffs of Moher: Nature’s Majesty Along the Wild Atlantic Way
Continuing your journey along the Wild Atlantic Way, you’ll reach one of Ireland’s most iconic natural wonders, the Cliffs of Moher. These awe-inspiring cliffs rise dramatically from the Atlantic Ocean, reaching heights of up to 702 feet (214 meters). Take in the breath-taking views as you walk along the cliff’s edge, where the sheer beauty of nature is on full display. The Cliffs of Moher are a testament to the raw power and majesty of the Irish coastline.

Gregans Castle Hotel: Luxury Amidst Nature
After an exciting day of touring, your driver will drop you off at the luxurious Gregans Castle Hotel. Nestled amidst the Burren’s unique limestone landscape, this 18th-century castle hotel offers an exquisite blend of luxury and nature. Each room and suite is a haven of comfort, and the hotel’s serene surroundings create a sense of tranquillity that allows you to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of the Burren.

Drawing Room: A Fine Dining Experience
In the evening, you’ll savor a culinary experience at the Drawing Room within Gregans Castle Hotel. This fine dining restaurant combines Irish culinary traditions with international influences, creating a menu that celebrates the flavors of the region. As you dine, the soothing ambiance of the Drawing Room provides a perfect backdrop to your meal.

Day 8Burren Walking Tour in heart of the Burren National Park, Two Hour Island Cruise from Ashford Castle

Accommodation – The Lodge at Ashford Castle, Cong (3 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Burren National Park, Island Cruise, Lodge at Ashford Castle, and George V Restaurant

Exploring Burren National Park: A Unique Landscape
Day 8 begins with a half-day walking tour in the stunning Burren National Park. The Burren is a geological wonder, known for its vast limestone pavements, unique flora, and rugged beauty. As you explore this unique landscape, you’ll encounter rare wildflowers and fascinating rock formations. The Burren’s otherworldly beauty is a testament to the wonders of nature.

Two-Hour Island Cruise from Ashford Castle: Island Adventure
In the afternoon, you’ll embark on a Two-Hour Island Cruise from Ashford Castle. This unique experience allows you to explore the scenic waters of Lough Corrib, Ireland’s second-largest lake. Discover the history, folklore, and natural beauty of the islands on the lake, all while enjoying the tranquility of the water.

Lodge at Ashford Castle: Comfort and Elegance
You’ll be staying in the comfortable Lodge at Ashford Castle, a sister property to the renowned Ashford Castle. The Lodge offers a blend of comfort and elegance in a peaceful setting. Each room provides a cozy retreat, and the lodge’s proximity to the castle allows you to explore its historic grounds and activities.

George V Restaurant: A Regal Dining Experience
In the evening, you’ll indulge in a regal dining experience at the George V Restaurant within Ashford Castle. Named after King George V, who visited the castle in 1906, this restaurant offers a dining experience fit for royalty. The menu reflects the finest in Irish and international cuisine, and the opulent surroundings create an atmosphere of timeless elegance.

Day 9Visit Galway, Drive the Sky Road, Clifden, Scenic drive though Connemara National Park, Visit Kylemore Abbey, Visit Cong Village and Pat Cohan’s The Quiet Man Bar

Accommodation – The Lodge at Ashford Castle, Cong
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Galway, Sky Road, Clifden, Connemara National Park, Kylemore Abbey, and Cong Village

Exploring Galway: Latin Quarter and Sky Road
Your day begins with a journey north to the vibrant city of Galway. Take a quick stroll through the city, where you’ll encounter the lively Quay Street and the Latin Quarter. Galway’s colorful streets are filled with music, art, and a lively atmosphere that invites exploration.

Sky Road and the Scenic Connemara National Park
Continuing your journey, you’ll travel along the scenic Sky Road, renowned for its breathtaking coastal views. You’ll make a stop in the quaint town of Clifden, known for its historic charm and vibrant arts scene. The Sky Road and Connemara National Park offer plenty of photo opportunities, with their stunning landscapes, rolling hills, and pristine lakes.

Kylemore Abbey: A Place of History and Beauty
You’ll then visit the famous Kylemore Abbey, a stunning Benedictine monastery founded in the 19th century. Set amidst tranquil woodlands and by a serene lake, Kylemore Abbey is a place of history, beauty, and reflection. Explore the abbey’s architecture, Victorian walled garden, and peaceful surroundings. Its history is as captivating as its natural beauty.

Pat Cohan’s The Quiet Man Bar: Immersed in Movie History
Your journey continues with a stop at Cong Village, famous for its association with the classic film “The Quiet Man.” You’ll visit Pat Cohan’s The Quiet Man Bar, a beloved film location. Dive into the history of the bar and the film’s production, and soak in the charming atmosphere of the village.

Dungeon Restaurant: Dining Amidst Castle Walls
In the evening, you’ll be dropped off back at Ashford Castle, where you’ll enjoy a dining experience at the Dungeon Restaurant. Set within the castle’s historic walls, this restaurant offers a unique and atmospheric dining experience. Savor a meal fit for royalty as you immerse yourself in the castle’s rich history.

Day 10Visit & Explore Achill Island, Visit Westport House

Accommodation – The Lodge at Ashford Castle, Cong
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Westport House, Achill Island, Achill Sound, Keem Beach, Heinrich Böll’s Cottage, Golden Strand Beach, and Cullins at the Cottage

Westport House: A Historic Mansion with Fascinating History
Your tenth day begins with breakfast, and your driver will be waiting to take you to the captivating Westport House. Westport House is a historic mansion that dates back to the 18th century and is set amidst stunning parklands. It is one of Ireland’s most beautiful historic homes and is steeped in history. The house itself boasts impressive architecture and interior design, and it also holds a treasure trove of artifacts and stories from centuries past. It’s a place where history comes to life, and you can immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the region.

Achill Island: Natural Beauty and Serenity
Your next destination is the stunning Achill Island, one of Ireland’s most picturesque islands. Achill Island is known for its rugged coastline, pristine beaches, and dramatic landscapes. As you explore the island, you’ll be surrounded by breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the wild beauty of the West of Ireland.

Achill Sound: Quaint Village Charm
Afterward, you’ll stop in the quaint town of Achill Sound. This charming village offers a peaceful ambiance, making it the perfect place for a leisurely stroll and a coffee. You can unwind and soak in the local atmosphere while enjoying your coffee.

Keem Beach: A Secluded Paradise
Next on your journey is the stunning Keem Beach. Keem Beach is a hidden gem nestled between dramatic cliffs on Achill Island’s western side. The beach offers pristine white sands and crystal-clear waters. It’s a place of natural beauty and tranquillity, where you can relax and take in the stunning surroundings.

Heinrich Böll’s Cottage in Dugort: Nobel Prize-Winning History
You’ll then pass by Heinrich Böll’s cottage in Dugort. Heinrich Böll was a Nobel Prize-winning journalist and writer who found inspiration on Achill Island. His cottage is a reminder of the island’s artistic and literary heritage.

Golden Strand Beach: Scenic Views and Serene Atmosphere
Your last stop of the day is the Golden Strand Beach. Here, you can take a quick stroll and soak in the stunning views of the beach and the surrounding scenery. The Golden Strand Beach is known for its serene atmosphere and beautiful vistas.

Cullins at the Cottage: A Unique Dining Experience
As the day comes to a close, you’ll return to Ashford Castle, where you’ll have the pleasure of dining at Cullins at the Cottage. This dining experience offers a unique blend of traditional Irish cuisine and international flavours. The charming cottage setting adds to the ambiance, creating a cosy and inviting atmosphere for your evening meal.

Day 11Visit Athlone, Visit Sean's Bar in Athlone, Visit Kilbeggan Distillery

Accommodation – Carton House, Maynooth (1 Night) 
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Athlone, Sean’s Bar, Kilbeggan Distillery, Carton House, and The Morrison Room

Athlone: A Quaint Town on the Shores of the River Shannon
In the morning, you’ll venture west to the quaint town of Athlone. Athlone is a charming town located on the banks of the River Shannon. It’s known for its picturesque setting and historic significance. Explore the town’s riverside promenade, visit the Athlone Castle, and immerse yourself in the local culture.

Sean’s Bar: A Pint at Ireland’s Oldest Pub
Your next stop is a visit to Sean’s Bar, which proudly holds the title of Ireland’s oldest pub. Step inside and soak in the atmosphere of this historic establishment. Enjoy a pint of your favourite Irish beverage and perhaps engage in conversation with the friendly locals.

Kilbeggan Distillery: A Journey into Distilling History
Next on your itinerary is a tour at Kilbeggan Distillery, a place where you can learn about the history of the distillery and the art of distillation. Discover the traditional methods and craftsmanship that go into creating fine Irish whiskey. The tour concludes with the opportunity to savour a couple of drams and appreciate the flavours of Kilbeggan’s finest spirits.

Carton House: Elegant Accommodation
For your final evening in Ireland, you’ll be staying at Carton House, a luxurious hotel that combines historic elegance with modern comfort. Set amidst lush parklands, Carton House offers a tranquil escape where you can unwind and savour the serenity of the Irish countryside.

The Morrison Room: Culinary Excellence
In the evening, you’ll dine at The Morrison Room within Carton House. This dining experience promises culinary excellence, with a menu that showcases the finest in Irish and international cuisine. The elegant setting of The Morrison Room adds a touch of sophistication to your final dinner in Ireland.

Day 12Departure

Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur.

Farewell to Ireland

Your Irish adventure comes to a close as you bid farewell to the Emerald Isle. Your driver will escort you to Dublin Airport, where you’ll carry with you the cherished memories of your journey through Ireland’s rich history, natural beauty, and warm hospitality. It’s a farewell filled with gratitude for the experiences and discoveries that have enriched your travels in this remarkable country.