7 Days | 6 Nights

Full Concierge Service 

Executive Transport

Luxury Accommodation

2 – 30 Guests

Undiscovered Beauty

Slieve League Cliffs
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Achill Island, Co. Mayo
Trad Session in Pub in Donegal
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web-Hilton Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan
Ashford Castle, Co. Mayo
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Our Emerald Package is a week long tour that captures the essence of everything Ireland within a short time. For those looking to see an authentic, uncommercialised side of the country, you are in good hands, as we aim to ensure our guests feel apart of the furniture during their stay with us.

Day 1 & 2

Your first day will see you discover some of the most famous attractions in the capital. Your driver-guide will take you to the stunning Bewley’s Café on Grafton Street, The Long Room Library in Trinity College and Kilmainham Gaol so you will soon develop an overall image of the city’s rich cultural of social story. A two night stay in the sophisticated Westin Hotel, overlooking Trinity College in Dublin City centre will ensure you are never too far from the heart of the action. The following day, your driver will take you to the 12th Century Malahide Castle, followed by a visit to the famous seaside village of Howth to explore the beautiful cliff walk looking our towards the Irish Sea.

Day 3-5 

Your journey west takes you to Co. Mayo, where from here you will enjoy the beauty of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Discover the Dún Bhriste Cliffs in the quaint village of Ballycastle, the craft of the Foxford Wollen Mills and the magic of local bars along the west coast. Your accommodation will be in the extrordinary Belleek Castle, nestled amongst Belleek Woods, along the banks of Ireland’s finest salmon river.

Day 6

Departing from the west, our luxury class of vehicles allows you to see Ireland’s midlands in comfort, with stops to some of the country’s most famous bars en route back to the capital. The final days will be spent back in Dublin, with a nights stay in the spectacular Fitzwilliam Hotel, overlooking St. Stephen’s Green. With a visit to the The Guiness Storehouse, you can enjoy panoramic views of the city from the famous Gravity Bar and dive into the history of Guinness in Dublin and experience the unique taste of Ireland’s famous stout.

Day 7

The final, and for us, the most upsetting leg of your journey will be when we part ways at Dublin Airport. Your driver-guide will ensure a stress-free departure and provide the highest standard of care, so all you have to do is book your next flight back to Ireland!