This luxury private tour was designed for golf lovers looking to combine the unforgettable sights, history and beauty of Ireland with four optional rounds of golf at several of the world’s most spectacular courses.
We can customize any itinerary to include any additional interests you
This luxury private tour was designed for golf lovers looking to combine the unforgettable sights, history and beauty of Ireland with four optional rounds of golf at several of the world’s most spectacular courses including Ballybunion Old Course, Waterville, Lahinch and Cashen. Your first stop will be Killarney, a magical town nestled amidst the deep lake-filled valley Ireland is known for. After overnighting at the Killarney International Hotel you will be driven to the Ballybunion Old Course for an early morning tee time. After lunch at Ballybunion your next stop is the Cashen course for your afternoon tee time. The next morning visit the Ring of Kerry as you pass through storybook villages and lakes, on route to an early tee time at the Waterville Golf Course, ranked among the best in the world. If requested we can substitute each featured golf course with one that you prefer.
The following day after a full Irish breakfast you will depart Killarney and travel north to Cashel where you can visit the Rock of Cashel and other historic sites. Then it is on to Limerick, a historic 9th century city settled by the Vikings. The next morning, after spending the night at the Old Ground Hotel (or similar) you will visit the Cliffs of Moher with her stunning scenic 700 foot cliffs at the edge of the Atlantic. Then it’s off to Lahinch Golf Course for your afternoon tee time. The next morning you will return to Shannon Airport for your flight back home with memories of a lifetime.
*Can also be taken as a self-driven tour.
Your Distinguished Chauffeur Drive Tour Includes:
- Professional Irish Driver Guide with deluxe vehicle from Day 1 arrive Shannon until Day 5 Ennis at the end of day.
- Accommodations for 5 Nights as follows or similar.
- Breakfast Daily (except day of arrival)
- Fully escorted sightseeing as per itinerary
- All Driver’s Expenses (No tips are included)
- Hotel tips and taxes
- GREEN FEES ADDITIONAL
- Any items of a personal nature.
- Dinners and suggested optional sightseeing that is mentioned in itinerary. All admissions suggested in the itinerary are not included in the rate are paid directly to sightseeing venues unless otherwise requested prior to departure. As a Chauffeur- or Self-Drive Tour is meant to be flexible it is our concern that you would pay for a venue that you would then decide not to visit.
Rates Determined By Number Of Passengers And Dates Of Travel.
Example Private/Chauffeur driven tour itinerary
Morning arrival at Shannon Airport where after clearing customs where we are met by our professional Irish Driver Guides and transferred to Killarney. We then may proceed to Bunratty with its 600-yearold castle and adjacent folk park where we may stop to stretch our legs. It is onto Killarney. Sites of interest in the town reflect its strong religious and educational history. Killarney was a monastic settlement from the 5th or 6th Century and house settlement began here from around 1500. Explore colorful laneways, a fine cathedral and experience the ambience of busy streets in the town centre. Nestled amidst deep, lake filled valleys with astounding sights such as the famous Ladies’ View (Named after Queen Victoria’s Ladies’ in Waiting) and the MacGillicuddy Reeks – Ireland’s largest mountain range, home of Carrauntoohil the country’s largest peak. Overnight in The Killarney International Hotel.
Killarney- Ballybunion- Killarney.
This morning we will meet our driver guide by 6:00 AM to make our way to Ballybunion Old Course for out 7:22 tee time. Enjoy the magnificent scenery on route. You may want to enjoy lunch here at Ballybunion. Then you make your way to the Cashen course for your tee time of 3:00PM. After golfing your driver guide will bring you back to Killarney for overnight. Overnight Killarney International Hotel.
After breakfast, we depart Killarney, and we then start on “The Ring”. There is an unspoiled nature to Ireland’s most beautiful region and the Ring of Kerry provides many unforgettable memories as it passes through the many picturesque villages such as Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem and returns via Ladies View and the famous Lakes of Killarney. We then will make our way to Waterville for our 1:30PM tee time at Waterville Golf Course. Overnight Killarney International Hotel.
After a full Irish Breakfast, we depart Killarney and travel north to Cashel. We may visit the impressive Rock of Cashel. The Rock of Cashel, with its well preserved ecclesiastical remains, is one of Ireland’s most spectacular landmarks, rising above the surrounding plain and dominating the land route southward. The large Cathedral, ancient round tower and the very early Romanesque Cormac’s Chapel, perched on a dramatic outcrop of rock, were silent witnesses to many of the stirring events of Irish History; St. Patrick converted the local King Aenghus, here in the 5th century; Brian Boru was crowned King of Ireland on this spot in the early 11th Century. We continue through Limerick, Ireland’s 3rd largest city and home to author Frank McCourt who wrote Angela’s Ashes. Limerick is an area steeped in history. The origin of Limerick city dates to the 9th century a site settled by the Vikings. Limerick City is known as “City of the Broken Treaty”, due to the treaty which was signed surrendering the city to William. The terms of the treaty included respect for the rights of Catholics were immediately breached. The treaty was signed on the Treaty Stone which can still be seen today. King John’s Castle is a fortified 13th century Castle on ‘King’s Island’ in the heart of medieval Limerick. The castle overlooking the River Shannon opens an exciting window on the lives and stories of the people through political upheaval, war and famine. Overnight at the Old Ground Hotel.
Ennis – Lahinch – Ennis.
This morning after breakfast you may want to first journey to the Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs are astonishingly impressive and staggeringly beautiful. The entirely vertical cliffs rise to a height of 700 feet, their edge falling away abruptly into a ceaselessly churning Atlantic. A progression of vast heads, the dark limestone marches in a rigid formation that’s gob smacking, no matter how many times you look at it. On a clear day you’ll channel Barbra Streisand as you can see forever; the Aran Islands stand etched on the waters of Galway Bay, and beyond lie the hills of Connemara. As you leave the cliffs, you will travel through the little village of Liscannor and just across the bay, you will see the beautiful seaside village and golfers’ mecca, Lahinch onto Lahnich Golf Course for your 4:18PM tee time. Overnight Old Ground Hotel.
Shannon Airport. Transfer on own via taxi to nearby Shannon Airport.