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Any tour of Ireland should include a visit to the Cliffs of Moher. These majestic cliffs are truly spectacular , rising to 700 feet above the blue waters of the Atlantic , and stretching for some 5 miles. Approaching them from land  , it is almost impossible...

Why not combine your trip to either Ireland or Scotland. Ireland tours can be combined with Scotland tours by the leading personalised tour company. At Ireland Luxury Tours we have successfully created bespoke tours of Ireland followed by a ferry trip and tour of Scotland. All based...

Ireland's most celebrated natural landmark is without doubt the Giant's Causeway, situated on the North Antrim coast in Ulster. Not to be missed on any Ireland tours. Truly the stuff of which legends are made, this unique geological feature was named so because the ancient Irish...

Top ten things you have got to see at this wonderful museum in Belfast. 1. Edmontosaurus Dinosaur The most complete skeleton in display in Ireland from 70 million years ago. 2. Saint Patricks Regalia The Order of Saint Patrick was established in 1783. Membership of it was used to...

Have you ever thought of coming to Ireland for Christmas ??? There are great offers and deals available that will allow you to come just before xmas , over xmas , or for the New Year. Contact Ireland Luxury Tours for details. Its a great time to see...

The drive towards the town of Limavady passes through attractive scenery. The town has one of the best claims to fame in all of Ireland. It was the home of Jane Ross who lived at 51 Main Street. In 1851 she had the presence of mind to jot down...

Springhill house !!!! This is an atmospheric "Ulster Planter" house built by William "Good-Will" Conyngham in 1680 as a wedding gift for his wife , Anne Upton. (the Conyngham spelling probably led to the more widely known Cunningham) The house can be visited and guided tours take...

One of the most important houses in Ulster. Worth seeing on any tours of Ireland. It was built in the mid - eighteenth century by John Cole, father of the first Earl of Enniskillen. It is particularly noted for its rococo plasterwork by Robert West of Dublin. The...

At Ireland Luxury Tours we always get asked about the local Bed and Breakfast accomodation. People seem to think that this is where you meet the locals. That is not so. In fact you have very little chance of meeting real locals beyond the owners of the...

The IGTOA held their Annual Conference at the Slieve Donard Hotel in Newcastle , County Down from Sunday 17th Oct 2010 to Monday 18th Oct 2010. Event organiser Stacey Williams did a superb job !!! And has a great singing voice !!! The event was attended by...