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Ireland Luxury Tours likes its clients to get the best out of their tours to Ireland. Ladies' View is a place to pause for an unforgetable vista across the lakes of the National Park towards the Gap of Dunloe. The 'ladies' were Queen Victoria and her ladies-in-waiting,...

Ireland Luxury Tours intends to create a tour of Ireland which includes the "Lisdoonvarna Festival". This is a unique attempt to attend this legendary event. Anyone interested should contact us immediately to register an interest. This will be totally subject to availability and numbers will be...

Ilnacullin, the Italian Gardens on Garinish Island, are reminiscent of a Maxfield Parrish fantasy, hardly what you would expect  in rural Cork, though the conical hills in the background may suggest a lesser Mount Olympus.  However, such 'follies' or architectural fantasies are not uncommon in...

This remarkable circular fortress lies about 14km south of Buncrana, perched on a hilltop and reached by a small winding lane. Aerial photographs of itshow the stone ring-fort in an emerald pool of grassland amid scrubby trufts of brownish heather and gorse. The name means...

This collection of monastic remains is one of the most important in Ireland.  Coach parties ,on tours of Ireland, visit it from Dublin.  The visitors have generated a host of souvenir shops, pubs and cafes in the local villages.  Move away from this, however,and Ireland Luxury Tours...

This historic city, in the county of Londonderry, is now officially known by its original name of Derry, although its Loyalist population still refers to it as Londonderry (an allusion to James I's gift of the city to the livery companies of London).  Derry's notorious...

The appealing little town of Enniskillen owes much of its attractiveness to its setting on an island where the two sections of Lough Erne constrict to their narrowest point.  Several routes converge on Enniskillen's strategic location and at busy times it can be a traffic...

Clonmel is Tipperary's county town, a prosperous and pretty place with plenty of life and, if home-grown novelist Laurence Sterne's writings are anything to go by, some whimsically rum goings-on.  Sterne lied during the 18th century and is best known for his picaresque novel, Tristram...

Despite the high tech boom and the influx of factories and industry, most of Ireland remains agricultural with an emphasis on dairy farming. The area loosely referred to as the 'Golden Vale' stretches from the valleys of the River Suir and takes in Mitchelstown in...

At Ireland Luxury Tours we often travel the Ards Peninsula with clients on our tours of Ireland , and take in various sights including Mount Stewart House ...