Luxury Tours

Discover Ireland’s hidden gems! Take the hassle out of trying to find your way around, be driven in comfort and style and at your own pace. Whether you are seeking to organise a luxury tour for small groups, or whether you are looking for large group arrangements, we will ensure that you spend the most memorable time while in Ireland. You can find below some of our suggested one day tours but this service can be completely tailored to your needs. Please get in touch and we will schedule a call to discuss your preferences and create a custom tour just for you.


from EUR 300.00


  • Pickup and drop-off anywhere in Dublin

  • Ride a scenic route through Wicklow Mountains

  • Visit St. Kevin's Monastery

  • Explore the spectacular scenery of Glendalough ("The valley of two lakes")

  • Choose to visit Powerscourt Gardens or Waterfall

  • Finish the day on top of Dublin Mountains at Johnnie Fox's Pub, the highest pub in the country


Our tours are tailor made to suit your individual wishes. They can be 4, 6, 8 hours or longer upon request.

Below is just a sample of our Wicklow tour, but remember every tour is unique and can be tailored to suit your needs and time restrictions.

Start your day by taking the coast road south out of Dublin passing through the port of Dun Laoghaire and then through Sandycove, home of the James Joyce Martello Tower and Museum open to the public. Then on through the picturesque village of Dalkey and the Vico Road, home to many celebrities such as Bono, Enya and Van Morrison to name but a few.

We then enter County Wicklow, the “Garden of Ireland”. Our first stop is the magnificent Powerscourt Estate, noted for its house and gardens. Powerscourt House was voted in the top 10 houses by National Geographic and the gardens were voted in the top 3 gardens by National Geographic.

Currently owned by the iconic Slazenger family, the estate dates back to the 13th century.

In 1974, the house was gutted by a fire. By 1996, it was partially restored to its original glory and is now open to the public along with the breath-taking gardens. It is recognised as one of Ireland’s top spots to visit.

From there we head through the rolling hills and valleys of Wicklow to Glendalough’s “Valley of 2 Lakes”, home of St. Kevin.

In the lower glen, you will find the ancient monastic city built by the followers of St. Kevin and see the remains of the Cathedral, round Tower and St. Kevin’s Church, as well as the graveyard and various dwellings.

We head back to Dublin via the Military Road through the Wicklow and Dublin Mountains.

As you pass through the bog lands known as the Feather Beds you will see Loch Dan and Loch Tay, and the famous Guinness estate.





from EUR 550.00


Discover the UNESCO world heritage site with it's 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns and the stunning scenery of the Antrim coast. You will see at first hand the natural beauty of the world renowned Giant's Causeway, created around 50,000,000 years ago.

Our tours are tailor made to suit your individual wishes. Giant’s Causeway Tour can be 8,10,12 hours or longer upon request.

Below is just a sample of our suggested Giant’s Causeway tour, but remember every tour is unique and can be tailored to suit your needs and time restrictions.

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Heading north on the M1 from Dublin we take the Mourne coast road. On your right is the Irish Sea and to the left the magnificent Mourne mountains.

Our first stop is the port of Carrick Fergus. Along with its famous castle, Carrick Fergus is steeped in history. Take a tour of the castle and hear of the many wars it was involved in.

In 1778, during the American war of independence, Captain John Paul Jones tried and failed to capture the port due to the considerable defense of the castle. Hear how he returned a few days later in his ship the “Ranger” and challenged the British Flagship “HMS Drake” to open battle, a battle Captain Jones won emphatically.

From Carrickfergus we head further north to the causeway itself, along the way you will see the dramatic coastline of east Ulster eroded over the years by the relentless aggression of the Irish sea.

When you reach the Causeway (The 8th Wonder of the world) you will marvel at nature’s wonders. See the perfectly formed Hexagonal shaped rock pillars rise side by side to a height of 40 feet, see the stunning lava cliffs rise dramatically from the sea. Hear the stories of the giants Fionn McCool of Ireland and Benandonner of Scotland and their many engagements and how they used the causeway as stepping stones to do battle with each other.

Finish your trip with a stop at the village of Bushmills, home of the famous Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, see how this historic brand has been distilled on site since 1608.




from EUR 600.00

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Stand in awe atop the mighty Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland’s most famous natural wonders, on this private full-day tour from Dublin. Hike along the 700 feet (213 meter) high cliffs; take a cruise beneath the cliffs (optional) and admire spectacular views over the Atlantic Coast, Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. Your private tour can be customised to your preferences so let us know what you would like to see and we will bring you there.

Our tours are tailor made to suit your individual wishes. Cliffs of Moher Tour can be 10 or 12 hours, or longer upon request.

Below is just a sample of our Cliff of Moher tour, but remember every tour is unique and can be tailored to suit your needs and time restrictions.


Prepare yourself for the breath-taking views and hospitality of the west coast of Ireland.

The cliffs rise from the angry Atlantic Ocean to heights in excess 700 feet and have protected the west coast from the ferocious Atlantic tides for more than 300 million years.

There are guided tours of the cliff edge daily.

In the distance you will see the Aran Islands and to the north the Twelve Pins mountain range. Nearly 2 million people visit the cliffs annually and is without

doubt one of Ireland’s most popular destinations.

From the Cliffs we take a short trip to Doolin for a taste of truly traditional Irish Hospitality. Listen to local folklore, taste the local fare and maybe have a pint of Guinness whilst you listen to one of the many impromptu traditional bands.

We then head home via the Burren. No words can describe the scenery that awaits you, described as the Grand Canyon of Ireland. The Burren or “Great Rock” encompasses 220 square miles and is basically one big rock of Limestone. There are many viewing points along the route.

Both the Cliffs and the Burren are part of Ireland’s “Wild Atlantic Way” and whilst there are many areas of great scenery and history along the Wild Atlantic Way, the Cliffs and the Burren are perhaps the most breath-taking.