The Jewel of the Atlantic Awaits Your Arrival…
Frequently dubbed The Emerald Isle, Ireland is indeed a stunning jewel in the Atlantic just waiting for you to come and discover it. As much as it is the small island with the big heart, Ireland has established itself firmly on the global map thanks to the large Irish diaspora dotted on every corner of the world. Often praised for its legendary pub culture, there is so much more to Ireland and there’s truly never been a better time to visit.
From stunning castles, ancient burial chambers, patchwork fields and a rugged coastline, Ireland’s landscape is nothing short of breathtaking. World class golfing, first rate fishing, excellent walking, climbing and watersports satisfy the adventurous. For those in search of ancestral ties or an in depth look at Ireland’s rich history, specialist genealogical sites, museums and centres provide a wealth of information. Having experienced somewhat of a culinary revolution over the past decade with acclaimed farmer’s markets and artisan food producers popping up at every corner, foodies will delight at the abundance of fresh and local produce available at the country’s many fine establishments . Award winning lamb, beef, fish and dairy products are among its best offerings.
In short, there is something for everyone in Ireland. Now is your chance to embark on a once in a lifetime escape with mind blowing adventures that will leave you wanting more.
Must-Dos and Can’t Misses:
- Discover Ireland’s biggest and most vibrant cities, Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast as well as its beautiful towns and villages dotted throughout the countryside.
- Step back in time and discover Ireland’s stunning castles and estates. Visit Blarney Castle in Co.Cork and kiss the Blarney Stone to get the ‘Gift of the Gab’
- Pour a pint of the ‘black stuff’ at the home of Guinness at the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
- Savour delicious smoked salmon and locally caught fresh fish with brown soda bread at a small seaside cafe in West Cork.
- Witness the pride and passion of the locals at a game of Hurling, an ancient Irish sport and the fastest field game in the world.
- Take a seat at the bar at a small traditional Irish pub and soak up the unrivaled atmosphere provided by traditional Irish musicians and dancers.
- Drive along the Wild Atlantic Way, the longest Coastal touring route in the world and truly experience what it is like to live on an island in the vast Atlantic Ocean.
Gorgeous estate at the foot of the Wicklow mountainsBedrooms: 6Bathrooms: 6Children: YesMax Occupancy: 10
An Irish gem in County KildareBedrooms: 6Bathrooms: 7Children: YesMax Occupancy: 12
A 1000-acre Irish estateBedrooms: 12Bathrooms: 12Children: YesMax Occupancy: 24