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Whirlwind Ireland Adventure!

Join Tiffany as she travels the Celtic Isle and gives us a preview of our Group Ireland adventure in September 2022!  
Nov. 6th

​Dublin is one of Europe’s smallest capital cities but is known for its historic architecture and colorful doorways. Stroll down the charming streets and pop into a pub for a bit of live music entertainment. Don’t miss the Trinity College Library, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Christ Church Cathedral, and of course a little stroll through the Glasnevin Cemetery.

  • Arrival Transfer Dublin

  • Dublin City Tour

  • Epic Ireland Welcome

  • Reception Dinner in Fallon & Byrne

Image by Matheus Câmara da Silva
Nov. 7

Dromoland Castle is a 5-star luxury hotel for our evening stays with a dinner in the Michelin star restaurant, The Earl of Thomond. Did you know that Dromoland Castle was purchased by a US citizen back in the early ’60s? It’s dog-friendly and focused on sustainability for continued future use.

  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Irish National Stud

  • Durty Nelly's - Lunch

  • Dromoland Castle - Walk with Head Gardener

  • Dinner in The Earl of Thomond Restaurant Dromoland

  • Castle Hotel (1 Night)

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Nov. 8

Ashford Castle was the former home to the Guinness family. We’ll be here 2 nights with time to try our hand at falconry, play a bit with the wolfhounds, and have dinner at The Dungeon and George V. 

  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Cliffs of Moher

  • Tea and Scones

  • Dinner in the Dungeon

  • Ashford Castle (2 Nights)

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Nov 9

There’s so much to do here on the property of Ashford Castle, clay shooting, hiking, zip-lining, kayaking, and so much more. The 800-year-old castle is a must experience location when you visit Ireland.

  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Falconry at Ashford Castle

  • Ashford Castle Dinner at George V

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Nov 10

Calling all whiskey lovers, next stop Jameson Distillery and cocktail making class! We get the pleasure of enjoying a tour of the distillery with a tasting (of course) at the birthplace of Irish Whiskey. And there is nothing like learning the best way to serve these whiskeys than with a cocktail-making class with the pros.

  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Jameson Bow Street -

  • Cocktail Making Class

  • Farewell dinner at local restaurant

Image by Jackson Shaw
Nov. 11

Our whirlwind of a trip has come to an end and Tiffany will head back to the US. Did you know that you need to arrive at the Dublin airport at least 3 hours prior to your departure time because you will go through US immigration and customs before boarding your flights.

  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Transfer from Hotel to Dublin Airport

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