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Arrival Location: Dublin International Airport, Ireland
Departure Location: Edinburgh (or Glasgow) Airport, Scotland


  • The Merrion, Dublin (2 nights)
  • Ashford Castle, Cong (1 Night)
  • Glenlo Abbey, Galway (1 Night)
  • Adare Manor, Adare (1 Night)
  • The Europe Hotel & Resort (2 Nights)
  • Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh (2 Nights)
  • Fonab Castle, Pitlochry (1 Night)
  • Ness Walk Hotel, Inverness (1 Night)
  • Isle of Eriska Hotel, Near Oban (1 Night)
  • Cameron House, Loch Lomond (1 Night)

Points of Interest

  • Half day walking tour of Dublin
  • Kilbeggan Distillery Tour, Athlone, Sean's Bar, Afternoon Tea At Ashford Castle
  • Connemara National Park, Sheepdog Demonstration With Joyce Country Sheepdogs, Kylemore Abbey, Clifden
  • Burren National Park, Burren Farm Experience, Cliffs of Moher
  • Killarney National Park, Killarney Lake Tours, Muckross House
  • The Slea Head Drive, Inch Beach, Dingle, Cé Dhún Chaoin (Dunquin Pier), The Great Blasket Centre, Ballyferriter Village, Gallarus Oratory
  • Fly from Shannon To Edinburgh, Visit Edinburgh Castle
  • Half day walking tour of Edinburgh, Johnnie Walker Experience
  • The Three Bridges Cruise, Scone Palace, Visit Pitlochry
  • The House of Bruar, Drive through the Cairngorms, Dalwhinnie Distillery, Culloden Battlefield, Inverness
  • Loch Ness, Private Boat Tour On Loch Ness, Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glencoe
  • Oban, McCaig's Tower, Inveraray Castle, Seaplane Tour, Loch Lomond


  • 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

Day 1 Arrive in Dublin

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

Arrival in Dublin – Merrion Hotel

Welcome to Dublin
Your Irish adventure begins as you touch down at Dublin Airport. The moment you step off the plane, you’re greeted by the crisp, fresh air of the Emerald Isle. Your private driver, showcasing true Irish hospitality with a warm smile, will be ready to whisk you away to your first destination.

Accommodation: The Merrion Hotel
As you make your way through Dublin’s cobblestone streets, you arrive at the prestigious Merrion Hotel. Steeped in history and Georgian elegance, the hotel stands as a lovingly restored collection of 18th-century townhouses, offering a refined and graceful welcome. The heritage of the building is complemented by luxurious rooms that blend classic decor with contemporary comfort, ensuring a restful retreat from the city’s bustle.

Evening Dining: The Garden Room
Your first evening introduces you to the culinary delights of Dublin with a meal at the Garden Room in the Merrion Hotel. This oasis of calm and culinary excellence presents a menu as exquisite as the setting itself. Surrounded by lush gardens and natural light, you’ll dine on modern Irish cuisine prepared with locally sourced ingredients. The atmosphere is casual yet sophisticated, perfect for unwinding after your journey.

Day 2Half day walking tour of Dublin

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

Exploring Dublin’s Rich Heritage

Dublin Walking Tour
After a night of tranquillity, you’ll start your day with a relaxed breakfast before delving into the heart of Dublin. The city’s history unfolds on a half-day walking tour, leading you past architectural marvels like the towering St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the historic Dublin Castle, and the sombre Kilmainham Gaol. Each site narrates a piece of Dublin’s past, from medieval times to the modern era, showcasing the city’s resilience and vibrant culture.

Trinity College and the Book of Kells
In the afternoon, the cobblestones lead you to Trinity College, Ireland’s prestigious university, where the hallowed halls house the legendary Book of Kells. This illuminated manuscript is a testament to the skill and artistry of medieval monks and is a national treasure not to be missed.

Evening Retreat: Patrick Guilbaud Restaurant
Back at the Merrion, you’ll prepare for an evening of gastronomic brilliance at Patrick Guilbaud Restaurant. Ireland’s first two Michelin-starred venue, it offers a dining experience that is nothing short of spectacular. The cuisine is a blend of modern Irish with classical roots, served in an elegant and contemporary setting. Each dish is a work of art, promising flavours that will linger in your memory.

Day 3Kilbeggan Distillery Tour, Athlone, Sean's Bar, Afternoon Tea At Ashford Castle

Accommodation – Ashford Castle, Cong (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Journey to the West – Kilbeggan and Ashford Castle

Kilbeggan Distillery Experience
Your third day begins with a farewell to Dublin as you set off westward. Your destination is the Kilbeggan Distillery, an establishment with over 250 years of distilling heritage. Here, you’ll be immersed in the craft of whiskey making, from mashing and fermenting to distilling and aging. The highlight is a tasting session where you’ll savour the rich, complex flavours that have made Irish whiskey famous worldwide.

Sean’s Bar: A Pint with History
Continuing the journey through Ireland’s heartland, you’ll stop at Sean’s Bar. With a history dating back to 900 AD, it holds the title of the oldest pub in Ireland. Within its walls, every nook tells a tale, and the atmosphere is saturated with the echoes of  past local patrons. Enjoy a pint of traditional Irish ale as you soak in the pub’s storied ambiance.

Accommodation: Ashford Castle
The day’s travels culminate with your arrival at the majestic Ashford Castle. This 5-star luxury hotel, once a medieval fortress, offers an enchanting escape into a bygone era. The castle’s grandeur is matched by the opulence of its rooms, each uniquely decorated to reflect the heritage and grandiosity of the estate.

Afternoon Tea and Evening Elegance: George V Dining Room
In the regal setting of Ashford Castle, you’ll partake in a sumptuous afternoon tea, a nod to the genteel traditions of the aristocracy. And as night falls, the George V Dining Room calls. Named after the king who visited the castle in 1905, this dining venue presents a menu of seasonal delights, served in a setting adorned with sparkling Waterford chandeliers. It’s the perfect end to a day of Irish indulgence, setting the stage for the rest of your unforgettable journey.

Day 4Connemara National Park, Sheepdog Demonstration With Joyce Country Sheepdogs, Kylemore Abbey, Clifden, Galway

Accommodation – Glenlo Abbey, Galway (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Connemara’s Charm and Glenlo Abbey Retreat

Connemara National Park
Your day begins with the misty morning light casting a serene glow over Ashford Castle as you depart for Connemara National Park. This rugged landscape is a patchwork of bogs, heathland, lakes, and mountains, whose beauty is as untamed as Ireland’s storied past. As you travel through the park, the Twelve Bens mountains rise majestically, creating a dramatic backdrop for your journey. The park’s natural splendor is a sanctuary for wildlife and a peaceful retreat for nature lovers.

Joyce Country Sheepdogs
Amidst the wilderness, you’ll experience the timeless art of sheepherding at Joyce Country Sheepdogs. Here, skilled border collies dance across the fields under the whistle commands of their handler, herding sheep with precision and grace. It’s a living testament to the region’s pastoral heritage and a captivating display of harmony between man and dog.

Kylemore Abbey
Your next destination, Kylemore Abbey, stands as a beacon of history and architectural grandeur. Nestled at the base of Druchruach Mountain and beside a tranquil lake, the abbey’s gothic facade reflects a story of love, ambition, and spirituality. Touring the grounds, you’ll discover walled gardens and neo-gothic church, all telling the tale of Mitchell Henry who built this castle out of love for his wife, Margaret.

A quick jaunt through Clifden allows for a momentary pause in your adventure. Known as the ‘Capital of Connemara’, this small town brims with charm, its streets lined with boutiques, art galleries, and cafes. It’s the embodiment of Irish small-town life, vibrant and inviting.

Glenlo Abbey Hotel
As the evening approaches, Glenlo Abbey Hotel welcomes you. This 18th-century manor house turned 5-star hotel is the pinnacle of luxury, with rooms that offer unparalleled comfort and views of the Lough Corrib. It’s a place where history and modernity converge, ensuring a stay that is as restful as it is inspiring.

Dining at the Pullman Restaurant
Dinner is served aboard the Pullman Restaurant, set within two original Orient Express railway carriages. As you savor dishes crafted from local produce, the charm of the golden age of train travel surrounds you, creating a dining experience that is truly unique.

Day 5Burren National Park, Burren Farm Experience, Cliffs of Moher

Accommodation – Adare Manor, Adare (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

The Burren’s Lunar Landscapes and the Cliffs of Moher

Burren National Park
The day breaks with a journey through the Burren National Park, an otherworldly expanse of limestone rock that seems more lunar than terrestrial. The park’s flora and fauna are as resilient as they are rare, and the landscape serves as a dramatic canvas for photographers and nature enthusiasts alike.

Burren Farm Experience
Immersing yourself in the traditional Irish farm life, the Burren Farm Experience provides a window into the country’s agricultural soul. You’ll interact with farm animals, learn about local farming practices, and gain insight into the challenges of farming in such a unique landscape.

Cliffs of Moher
No visit to Ireland is complete without witnessing the majesty of the Cliffs of Moher. Rising over 700 feet above the Atlantic, the cliffs offer a view that is both humbling and awe-inspiring. As the waves crash below, the sense of scale and the power of nature are palpable, making for an unforgettable moment and a photographer’s dream.

Adare Manor Hotel
As the sun begins its descent, you’ll arrive at the luxurious Adare Manor Hotel. This neo-gothic masterpiece, set amid manicured gardens and meandering streams, offers an experience steeped in grandeur and sophistication. The opulent guest rooms, each uniquely designed, are matched only by the attentive service and the estate’s own championship golf course.

Evening Elegance: The Oak Room
Conclude your day with an intimate dining experience at the Oak Room. Here, the ambiance of candlelight and oak paneling pairs with a menu that celebrates the best of Irish produce. With a focus on seasonal and local, the cuisine is as much a tribute to Ireland’s culinary traditions as it is a delight to the senses.

Day 6Killarney National Park, Killarney Lake Tours, Muckross House

Accommodation – Europe Hotel, Killarney (2 Nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Killarney’s Natural Beauty and the Europe Hotel Luxury

Killarney National Park
The freshness of the morning greets you as you set out to explore Killarney National Park. This sanctuary of natural beauty boasts everything from ancient woodlands to cascading waterfalls and the serene Lakes of Killarney. Each vista seems like a scene from a storybook, inviting you to wander and wonder in equal measure.

Killarney Lake Tours
The tranquility of Killarney is best experienced on the water, and a scenic boat ride with Killarney Lake Tours offers just that. Glide across the still lakes, under the watchful gaze of the surrounding mountains, and allow the peacefulness of the park to envelop you.

Muckross House
Next, the historic Muckross House awaits. This 19th-century Victorian mansion is a jewel in the crown of Killarney National Park, offering insight into the lives of the Irish gentry. The house, with its finely furnished rooms and ornate decor, is complemented by the beautifully maintained gardens, providing a glimpse into a bygone era of elegance.

The Europe Hotel
The day culminates with your arrival at the 5-star Europe Hotel. Overlooking the stunning Lakes of Killarney, the hotel offers a haven of luxury. Every room is a blend of comfort and style, providing the perfect setting to unwind after a day of exploration.

Dining at The Brasserie Restaurant
Your evening meal at The Brasserie Restaurant promises a relaxed yet refined dining experience. With a menu that emphasizes fresh, local ingredients, the dishes are a testament to modern Irish cuisine. The restaurant’s contemporary design and panoramic views provide a fitting end to a day spent in the heart of Ireland’s natural splendor.

Day 7The Slea Head Drive, Inch Beach, Dingle, Cé Dhún Chaoin (Dunquin Pier), The Great Blasket Centre, Ballyferriter Village, Gallarus Oratory

Accommodation – Europe Hotel, Killarney
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Exploring the Dingle Peninsula

Slea Head Drive Tour
Start your morning with the scenic Slea Head drive tour, a route that showcases the stunning vistas of Ireland’s western coastline, known for its rugged beauty and historical landmarks.

Inch Beach The Serenity of Inch Beach
Discover the pristine beauty of Inch Beach, a long stretch of golden sand that offers serene views of the Atlantic and is a favourite for beachcombers and surf enthusiasts alike.

Dingle Town and Dingle Bay Charm of Dingle
Venture into the charming town of Dingle, a hub of Gaelic culture and maritime history. Dingle Bay enchants visitors with its scenic harbor and vibrant marine life, including the famous local dolphin, Fungie.

Dunquin Pier Dunquin Pier: A Photographer’s Dream
Arrive at Dunquin Pier, where the rugged Irish landscape meets the sea. This iconic spot is known for its dramatic cliffs and the stepping stone pathway leading to the ocean, making it a perfect photo opportunity.

The Great Blasket Centre The Legacy of the Blasket Islands
The Great Blasket Centre offers a poignant look into the lives of the Blasket Island inhabitants, preserving the cultural and literary achievements of this unique community.

Ballyferriter Village Ballyferriter Village: A Glimpse of Tradition
Make a quick stop at Ballyferriter Village, a locale steeped in history and tradition, nestled amidst rolling green hills and ancient ruins that whisper tales of Ireland’s past.

Gallarus Oratory Ancient Gallarus Oratory
Your journey leads you to Gallarus Oratory, an impeccably preserved early Christian church whose simple yet enduring construction speaks volumes of Ireland’s early faith and craftsmanship.

Dinner at Porterhouse Restaurant Culinary Delights at Porterhouse
As evening sets in, savor the culinary delights at the Porterhouse Restaurant in Killarney, where dishes crafted from local produce await to indulge your senses.

Return to The Europe Hotel Tranquil Evening at The Europe Hotel
Your day concludes with a return to the luxurious Europe Hotel, where you can unwind and reflect on the day’s adventures amid the serenity of Killarney’s landscapes.

Day 8Fly from Shannon To Edinburgh, Visit Edinburgh Castle

Accommodation – The Balmoral, Edinburgh (2 Nights)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Edinburgh’s Majesty – The Balmoral Hotel and Edinburgh Castle

Morning Departure to Scotland
As the Irish chapter of your journey concludes, you’ll rise with the dawn at the Europe Hotel and make your way to Shannon airport. The anticipation builds as you board your flight to Edinburgh, where the Scottish leg of your adventure awaits.

The Balmoral Hotel
Upon arrival, your Scottish private driver ushers you to the renowned Balmoral Hotel, an icon of Edinburgh standing proudly on Princes Street. The Balmoral combines opulent rooms and suites with stunning views of Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town. It’s more than a hotel; it’s a landmark of luxury and history that has graced Edinburgh since 1902.

Edinburgh Castle
After settling in, you’ll visit the formidable Edinburgh Castle. Perched atop Castle Rock, this historic fortress dominates the skyline. Its storied halls have witnessed the intrigues of royalty and the shaping of Scottish history. The castle’s architecture is a tapestry of different eras, with the oldest parts dating back to the 12th century.

Dining at Brasserie Prince
Your day concludes back at the Balmoral Hotel with a meal at Brasserie Prince. Celebrating a fusion of Scottish produce and French cuisine, this restaurant, overseen by a renowned chef, offers a menu that is as delightful to the palate as the surroundings are to the eye.

Day 9Half day walking tour of Edinburgh, Johnnie Walker Experience

Accommodation – The Balmoral, Edinburgh
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Edinburgh’s Rich Tapestry – A Private Walking Tour and Whisky Experience

Private Walking Tour of Edinburgh
Your ninth day begins with a hearty breakfast before you meet your walking guide for a private half-day tour of Edinburgh. The city unfolds before you as you stroll along the Royal Mile, from the grandeur of Holyrood Palace to the natural elevation of Arthur’s Seat, with St Giles Cathedral showcasing stunning Gothic architecture.

Johnnie Walker Experience
In the afternoon, the Johnnie Walker Experience invites you into the world of Scotch whisky. This immersive tour delves into the craft of whisky making, the rich heritage of the brand, and culminates in a tasting that lets you savor the distinct flavors of one of Scotland’s most famous exports.

Dinner at Number One Restaurant
Back at the Balmoral Hotel, you’ll dine at the Number One Restaurant, renowned for its Michelin-starred menu. The setting is intimate, the service impeccable, and the cuisine an exploration of Scotland’s gastronomic excellence.

Day 10The Three Bridges Cruise, Scone Palace, Visit Pitlochry

Accommodation – Fonab Castle, Pitlochry (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Forth Bridge, Scone Palace, and Pitlochry – Journey to Fonab Castle

Departure from Edinburgh
In the morning, your private driver will escort you from the Balmoral Hotel. Your first stop allows for a moment to marvel at the engineering triumph of the Forth Road Bridge during The Three Bridges Cruise. The views of the Firth of Forth and the bridges are both monumental and picturesque.

Scone Palace
As you travel north, you’ll visit Scone Palace, a place of royal history and stunning architecture. It has been the crowning place of Scottish kings, including Macbeth and Robert The Bruce. The palace exudes a sense of regal splendor with its striking rooms and beautiful grounds.

Further into the heart of Scotland lies Pitlochry, a quaint town known for its Victorian charm. Here, you’ll have time to wander, appreciating the town’s gentle pace and the warm welcome of its local shops and cafes.

Fonab Castle
Your journey culminates at Fonab Castle, a luxury hotel that promises an enchanting overnight stay. The castle, overlooking the serene Loch Faskally, is a blend of historic grandeur and modern luxury, offering the finest Scottish hospitality.

Dining at 1892 On The Loch
Concluding your day, 1892 On The Loch provides a dining experience with stunning views over the water. The restaurant prides itself on dishes that showcase local ingredients, each plate a celebration of Scotland’s larder and a fitting end to a day of exploration.

Your journey through Ireland and Scotland weaves together the tapestry of two cultures rich in history, natural beauty, and culinary excellence. Each day builds upon the last, creating a collection of memories that will last a lifetime. Enjoy the continuation of your adventure through the lands of green fields and highlands.

Day 11The House of Bruar, Drive through the Cairngorms National Park, Dalwhinnie Distillery, Culloden Battlefield, Inverness

Accommodation – Ness Walk, Inverness (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Highland Majesty – Cairngorms, Culloden, and Ness Walk

Cairngorms National Park
The day begins with a refreshing departure from Fonab Castle as you venture through the Cairngorms National Park. This treasure trove of ecological diversity is home to ancient forests, cascading waterfalls, and rare wildlife. The park’s vast landscape offers an inspiring start to your journey, with towering mountains and serene lochs painting a picture of Scotland’s wild heart.

The House of Bruar
A visit to The House of Bruar presents a quintessential Scottish shopping experience. Known as the ‘Harrods of the North’, it offers a range of luxury goods from traditional tweeds to exquisite Scottish delicacies. It’s the perfect place to find quality souvenirs and gifts, all reflecting Scotland’s rich heritage.

Dalwhinnie Distillery
As you continue north, a stop at Dalwhinnie Distillery beckons. Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, this distillery is famous for its gentle, honeyed whiskies. The tour provides an insight into the meticulous craft of whisky production, and the experience is elevated with a whisky and chocolate tasting that tantalizes the senses.

Culloden Battlefield
The poignant history of Scotland awaits at Culloden Battlefield, the site of the last battle fought on British soil. The visitor centre offers a profound insight into the Jacobite uprising, with interactive exhibits that bring the fateful day of 1746 to life. Standing on the windswept moor, you can almost hear the echoes of history.

Ness Walk Hotel
In Inverness, the 5-star Ness Walk Hotel offers a luxurious sanctuary. This grandeur hotel, set on the banks of the River Ness, combines elegance with modern amenities, providing a serene retreat after a day of exploration.

Dining at Torrish Restaurant
Your day concludes with a meal at the Torrish Restaurant, nestled within the Ness Walk Hotel. The menu is a tribute to Scottish produce, served in an environment that exudes sophistication and comfort.

Day 12Loch Ness, Private Boat Tour On Loch Ness, Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glencoe

Accommodation – Isle of Eriska, Near Oban (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Loch Ness to Glencoe – A Day of Myth and Majesty

Loch Ness
After breakfast, the legendary waters of Loch Ness await. The loch is shrouded in mystery, with tales of the elusive Loch Ness Monster captivating the imagination. Beyond the myths, the loch’s natural beauty is undeniable, with tranquil waters set against a backdrop of rolling hills.

Private Boat Tour on Loch Ness
Experience Loch Ness intimately with a private boat tour. The tranquility of the loch, coupled with stories of its mythical inhabitant, makes for a magical hour on the water.

Glenfinnan Viaduct
The journey continues to Glenfinnan Viaduct, a stunning example of Victorian engineering. Its arches have been made famous in the Harry Potter films, making it a pilgrimage site for fans and a marvel for all visitors.

Glencoe’s scenery is next, with its dramatic valleys and peaks providing some of Scotland’s most breathtaking views. The landscape is a testament to the power of ice and nature, creating a photographer’s paradise.

Castle Stalker
A brief stop at Castle Stalker allows for a quick photo of this picturesque castle set on a tidal islet on Loch Laich. Its history is as captivating as its beauty, with ties to the MacDougalls, the Stewarts of Appin, and the Campbells, echoing the turbulent history of the Highlands.

Isle of Eriska Hotel
As evening approaches, you’ll arrive at the Isle of Eriska Hotel. This unique hotel experience offers the exclusivity of a private island with the opulence of a five-star hotel. Surrounded by stunning scenery and wildlife, it’s a place of peace and luxury.

The Main House Restaurant
Dinner at The Main House Restaurant on the Isle of Eriska is a showcase of Scottish culinary expertise. The seasonal menu features the finest local produce, served in an elegant dining room that overlooks the beautiful grounds of the hotel.

Day 13Oban, McCaig's Tower, Inveraray Castle, Seaplane Tour, Loch Lomond

Accommodation – Cameron House, Loch Lomond (1 Night)
Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur

Oban, Inveraray, and Loch Lomond – West Coast Wonders

Your journey takes you down the rugged west coast to the quaint town of Oban, known as the ‘Seafood Capital of Scotland’. This charming port town is a gateway to the isles and offers delightful shops and waterfront vistas.

McCaig’s Tower
A brief walk up to McCaig’s Tower rewards you with stunning views over Oban and the neighbouring islands. The tower’s history is intriguing, built in the early 20th century as a lasting monument by a local philanthropist.

Inveraray Castle
Inveraray Castle is your next stop, a striking example of Gothic Revival architecture. The castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll and offers a journey through Scotland’s nobility and their storied past.

Cameron House
The luxurious Cameron House on the banks of Loch Lomond offers an exceptional stay. This five-star hotel is a blend of traditional Scottish baronial style and modern luxury, with stunning views of the loch and the surrounding countryside.

Seaplane Tour
An exhilarating seaplane tour over Loch Lomond provides unrivalled aerial views of the loch, the Trossachs, and beyond. It’s an unforgettable way to witness the majestic landscapes of Scotland from a unique perspective.

Cameron House Grill
The day ends with a meal at the Cameron House Grill, where the ambiance is as refined as the grill-centric menu. Savour expertly prepared dishes that highlight the best of Scottish beef, game, and seafood.

Day 14Departure

Transport – Executive Vehicle & Private Chauffeur.

Farewell to Scotland

Your final day marks the end of an extraordinary journey through the heart of Scotland’s majestic landscapes and rich history. Your driver will ensure a comfortable journey to Edinburgh or Glasgow Airport, where you’ll board your flight, taking with you memories of misty lochs, historic battles, grand castles, and warm Scottish hospitality that will beckon you to return. Safe travels home!