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If you are on any Ireland tours and taking in the golf we have great day trips available. If you are a "golf widow" then we also have tours that will entertain you while your partners enjoy the golf. Should you be staying in Belfast during the...

Hello Maurice, Ken and I thought about you today while we were watching Rory win the golf tournament and become the #1 golfer. We still thank you for the wonderful Belfast tour. It was great to visit the Portrush Golf Course and also see such wonderful beautiful sites...

Well he is the number one golfer in the world ! Stephen and myself have known him since he was a child and he was always destined for great things. He has supported this business from tyhe start and we thank him for that. His mother ,...

If you are on tours of Ireland and fancy driving along a minor road the Murlough Bay is the most spectacular of all the bays along the northern coast. From the rigged cliff-tops , the hillside curves down to the sea in a series of wildflower...

The Lagan Lookout near the Custom House is a good position from which to view the world's second - and third-largest cranes, Goliath and Samson, across the river in East Belfast's Harland & Wolff shipyard. This is the city's proudest international asset: the ill-fated Titanic...

If you are considering any type of Ireland tours for 2012 contact Ireland Luxury Tours at your earliest convenience. http://www.ilt.ulidiacollege.com We can create bespoke tours of Ireland that allow you to see the parts of Ireland that are important to you ! Also we can add on tours...

If you are driving North towards Thurles on any Ireland tours there is a wee hidden gem worth a stop. Ballynahow Castle is a circular castle tower built by the Purcell family in the sixteenth century. The castle stands next to a farmhouse "Ballynahow Castle Farm" and...

Evidence of how the richest of the Enniskillen colonists lived is found about a mile southeast of the town. Castle Coole is a must see attraction on any Ireland tours that take you near Enniskillen. Designed by James Wyatt and completed in 1798 it was the lakeside...

Strangford is a tiny village in County Down. It is worth a visit on any tours of Ireland because ...

The coastline north of Kilkee is one of fine cliffs and sandy beaches , though not all of them are accessible on Ireland tours. Doonbeg is accessible and is a relaxing spot where you will see seals and otters. There is also the beautiful and stunning...