Ireland Short Breaks

Time short? With new flight routes to Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports, why not visit Ireland for a week end break. Contact us to to plan a full trip with lots to do. Tour outside the city while staying in a fantastic boutique Dublin city hotel.


Luxury Four Star and Five Star Hotels, Castles & Manor Houses

Private Driver Guide or Luxury Car Hire plus Airport Transfers

Full Irish Breakfast every day 

Fine Dining Evening Meals or Local Restaurant Recommendations

Specialized Private Guided Walking, Historical, Whiskey & Foodie Excursions

Evening Irish Music & Dance Entertainment



DublinDublin city is vibrant, fun and full of culture. Stay in a luxurious city centre hotel, and enjoy the city in old world elegance. See Trinity college, The Guinness Store house and the historical Dublin Castle. We will reserve a gourmet meal in a Michelin Restaurant and give you the hot spots to visit. Contact us to design a perfect Dublin weekend break.

Ireland Golf

Stay three nights in Dublin city Centre with golf each day in the best links and courses outside the city. We will, book your tee times around your sightseeing plans and dinner reservations in the best restaurants the city has to offer. Get to experience Ireland’s Capital while relaxing and unwinding on the Golf course. Group activities can be arranged such as lunch and a tour of the Guinness Store house or Pre-dinner whiskey tasting. Contact us to discuss your group numbers and any special requests. Learn more about Ireland's Golf Courses see our Ireland Golf Tours.

Ashford Castle

Explore the coastal sites of the rugged west of Ireland while bringing in the New Year in a luxury Irish Castle Hotel. Take peaceful walks on a windswept beach and enjoy Irish music in a local pub. Contact us to book your magical New Year's break in Ireland. 

Boyne Valley

Spend a day sightseeing in Dublin, Ireland’s vibrant capital city. Don’t miss the Guinness Store house for the history of the famous pint of stout, Trinity College for the Book of Kells, Temple bar  for the pubs and people watching or Dublinia  museum for the history of the Vikings in Dublin. Eat in a Michelin star restaurant and discover gourmet Ireland.Take the a day out of the city and first visit Newgrange (c 3,200 B.C.), it is the best-known monument of the World Heritage Site of Brú na Bóinne, predating the ancient pyramids by 400 years and Stonehenge by 1000. The fantastic visitors centre will fascinate you. Visit Monasterboice, an early Christian site with a round tower and 10th Century High Cross, the Hill of Tara (seat of the high kings of Ireland) or Trim Castle, the largest Anglo- Norman castle in Ireland and part of Braveheart’s film set. There is a lot to see in Ireland’s historical Boyne valley, spend the day discovering Ireland’s history. For an extended trip see our Ireland's Ancient East Tour.