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    7 Day Private Chauffeur Vacation

    Private Chauffeur | Luxury Hotels | Ireland's best-loved attractions

    From $3,495.00 per person based on two people sharing (Nov/Dec 2023)

    From $3,999.00 per person based on two people sharing (Jan-March 2024)

     

    Plus book your vacation before 31 December 2023 and save 10%.


    What's Included

    Private Transfers

    Private Transfer from Dublin Airport to/from your Dublin City Hotel, 4 days private chauffeur service for touring daily in a luxury vehicle, Private Transfer from Dublin City Hotel to Dublin Airport

    Deluxe Hotels

    2 nights at The Davenport, Dublin in an executive room, 3 nights at Great Southern Hotel, Killarney - in a deluxe room, 1 night at The Davenport, Dublin - in an executive room

    Activities

    Entrance to Guinness Storehouse, Ticket for Big Bus Hop on/Hop off Tour Dublin, Entrance to EPIC Museum, Entrance to Muckross House & Gardens

    Meals

    Full Irish breakfast daily (except on day of arrival)

    Day 1 -Arrive Dublin

    Dublin Airport. Welcome to Ireland!

    Your Private Driver will meet you at the Arrivals Hall and take you to your Dublin City Hotel.

    Dublin, Co.Dublin
    Dublin is one of Europe’s most vibrant cities. Over a thousand years old, the turbulent history and rich traditions of the city have inspired writers, artists and musicians down the ages. Today, artists are still attracted by Dublin’s youthful enthusiasms and easy-going lifestyle and the city has become a thriving center of culture and enjoyment. The new wave of cafes and restaurants are meeting places for all ages while traditional Dublin pubs are rightly world-famous for their informal atmosphere and lively conversation. The city oozes atmosphere, not least in the heady scents that cling to it – the rich aroma of the hops being roasted in the Guinness brewery and the salty tang of the sea. Nighttime entertainment is a rich mix of world-class theater, concerts from classical to rock, jazz clubs, traditional music sessions and old-style cabaret.

    Above all, Dublin is a small city, where visitors can feel at home after even the shortest stay.

    Guinness Storehouse
    The Guinness Storehouse is Dublin’s most visited attraction and the home of one of Ireland’s best-known brands. Learn about the history of “the black stuff”, pull your own pint, and enjoy The Gravity Bar’s stunning panoramic views. Visit the home of Ireland’s oldest and most popular beer. This brewery experience tells the tale of Ireland’s signature beer, with tastings and a rooftop bar overlooking Dublin.

    Davenport Hotel 

    Check-in for two nights to the Luxury Davenport Hotel, enjoy the facilities of their Executive Room, with a super King Bed, access to their Executive Lounge (and its selection of complimentary beverages and snacks), a Nespresso coffee machine in-room and complimentary robes and slippers.

    Located in the heart of Georgian Dublin steps away from Merrion Square, The Davenport is one of Dublin’s most iconic luxury hotels, offering guests an old-world experience of the Irish capital with every modern convenience needed for a comfortable stay.

    Day 2 - Dublin

    Hop-On/Hop-Off: Dublin
    The easiest way to go sightseeing in Dublin – hit all of the major attractions, and travel at your own pace. The buses operate 9am-5pn every day, regularly stopping around the city. Major stops include: Trinity College/The Book Of Kells, National Art Gallery, St. Stephen’s Green, Temple Bar, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Guinness Storehouse…and more!

    EPIC: The Irish Immigration Museum
    EPIC: the Irish Immigration Museum tells the moving and unforgettable stories of those who left the island of Ireland, and how they influenced and shaped the world. EPIC embraces the past and the future with 1,500 years of Irish history and culture housed in its atmospheric vaults. The world’s only fully digital museum, experience this breathtaking story in state-of-the-art interactive galleries, complete with touch screens, motion sensor quizzes and a feast of powerful audio and video that bring Irish history to life. Watch characters from the past tell one-of-a-kind tales of adventure and perseverance, conflict and discovery, belief and community

    Day 3 - Killarney

    Driver/Guide Begins 

    This morning, you will meet your private driver/guide in the lobby of your hotel and begin touring the Emerald Isle.

    Your driver will stay with you throughout your visit until you return to Dublin for your final night.

    Killarney, Co. Kerry
    Killarney is a haven for outdoor activity from rock climbing, quad biking, water sports, fishing, horse-riding, shooting and cycling. On the doorstep you will find some of Irelands most scenic attractions Gap of Dunloe, Molls Gap, Lakes of Killarney, Muckross Park, Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle and many more.

    Muckross House & Gardens
    This nineteenth century Victorian mansion is set against the stunning beauty of Killarney National Park. The house stands close to the shores of Muckross Lake, one of Killarney’s three lakes, famed world wide for their splendor and beauty. As a focal point within Killarney National Park, Muckross House is the ideal base from which to explore this landscape.

    Great Southern Hotel
    From its distinctive architecture to its exceptional service and authentic hospitality, Great Southern Killarney has been a favorite retreat for over 165 years. Originally opened in 1854, Great Southern has an impressive history & still retains the spectacular original architecture of the Victorian era while developing a deluxe guest experience. With 6 acres of beautiful private gardens in the center of bustling Killarney town, ideal for a delightful stroll.

    As well as beautifully appointed accommodations residents enjoy the welcoming bar Brownes, the gourmet restaurant The Garden Room, The Killarney Wine Room and a traditional Afternoon Tea service served daily in The Grand Foyer and exclusive access to the beautifully restful Reading Room Residents Lounge. Complimentary access to the Health Club at Great Southern and on-site parking is included for all residents.

    Day 4 - Ring of Kerry

    Ring of Kerry
    You will meet your private driver/guide this morning and being a day of touring.

    The Ring of Kerry, this is the name given to the scenic coastal drive around the Kerry peninsula, along the base of the highest mountain range in Ireland. Don’t panic about the narrow roads along the way – the general unwritten rule of the Ring of Kerry is that all coaches travel around in only one direction – starting in Killarney. The 100-mile journey takes you through villages and towns depicting typical rural life in Ireland.

    Day 5 - Dingle Peninsula

    Dingle Peninsula
    This morning, a private driver will meet you in the lobby of your hotel and you will embark on another days touring.

    The Dingle Peninsula, which extends into the Atlantic Ocean. It is particularly notable in that apart from possessing the highest peak in the country after MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and some of the most magnificent coastal scenery in Munster, it preserves an unequalled series of Early Christian monuments, Iron Age fortifications and bee-hive huts which are now under the care of the state. One of the highlights of the Wild Atlantic Way, the Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne) culminates in the Irish mainland’s westernmost point. Centred on charming Dingle town, the peninsula has long been a beacon for those of an alternative bent, attracting artists, craftspeople, musicians and idiosyncratic characters who can be found in workshops, museums, festivals and unforgettable trad sessions throughout Dingle’s tiny settlements. The town of Dingle enjoys a superb situation on its almost landlocked harbour, but the town itself has no traces of antiquity. However as one proceeds from the town of Dingle to Slea Head, the road commands fine views of the Atlantic and the Blasket Islands which are a group of iron-bound islands, uninhabited since 1953. Framed by its fishing port, the Dingle peninsula’s charming little ‘capital’ manages to be quaint without even trying. Some pubs double as shops, so you can enjoy Guinness and a singalong among hats and hardware, horseshoes and wellies. It has long drawn runaways from across the world, making it a cosmopolitan and creative place. In summer its hilly streets can be clogged with visitors; in other seasons its authentic charms are yours for the savoring.

    Day 6 - Dublin

    After enjoying your full Irish Breakfast, check-out of the hotel. Your private driver/ guide will collect you to travel back to Dublin.

    Dublin – The City
    Dublin’s attractions are as diverse as they are plentiful: from the 11th-century Christ Church Cathedral to the Leprechaun Museum to the Guinness Storehouse, this city has a wide selection of things to do and see. The plethora of literary pubs has earned its status as one of just five UNESCO Cities of Literature on the planet. You can raise a pint to writers like James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and Bram Stoker or explore the life and works of poet W.B. Yeats at the National Library.

    Dublin is a great city to explore on foot. From the gracious city parks of Merrion Square and Iveagh Gardens to the grand Georgian architecture and alfresco café culture of South William and Drury Streets, there’s a lot to divert your attention. And don’t forget Temple Bar–a cobblestoned cultural enclave of galleries, restaurants, hopping pubs, and the lively Meeting House Square.

    Day 7 - Depart Dublin Airport

    Dublin Airport
    Your Private Driver will meet you in the lobby of your hotel and take you to Dublin Airport for your flight home.

    Vacation Highlights

    Guinness Storehouse

    Home of our most famous pint.

    The Ring of Kerry

    Renowned for its amazing scenic beauty which meanders its way through mountains, lakes, majestically sea views and picturesque villages.

    Killarney

    Situated on the shores of Lough Lein the largest of the three Lakes of Killarney in a magical valley with 33,000 acres of National Park and protected by the largest Mountain range in Ireland

    What's Included

    Private Transfers

    Private Transfer from Dublin Airport to/from your Dublin City Hotel, 4 days private chauffeur service for touring daily in a luxury vehicle, Private Transfer from Dublin City Hotel to Dublin Airport

    Deluxe Hotels

    2 nights at The Davenport, Dublin in an executive room, 3 nights at Great Southern Hotel, Killarney - in a deluxe room, 1 night at The Davenport, Dublin - in an executive room

    Activities

    Entrance to Guinness Storehouse, Ticket for Big Bus Hop on/Hop off Tour Dublin, Entrance to EPIC Museum, Entrance to Muckross House & Gardens

    Meals

    Full Irish breakfast daily (except on day of arrival)

    Photo Gallery

    Home of our most famous pint.
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    Guinness Storehouse
    A magical valley with 33,000 acres of National Park
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    Killarney
    Renowned for its amazing scenic beauty.
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    Ring of Kerry

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