Not only do Enfield Coaches provide luxury corporate travel and golfing tours, we are also able to combine our luxury vehicles with professional tour guides who are eager to take you on an Ireland guided tour.
If you have an idea of an Ireland guided tour that you would like to go on, please tell us and we can provide you with a schedule and a competitive rate. You can email us your itinerary or just fill out the submittal form on the left. Please note that Enfield Coaches will provide the transport for tour packages, we do not organize accommodation, meals etc.
Dublin & The East
Dublin has all the attraction and appeal of any major European city. There are many features such as the National Gallery, the National Library, the National Museum together with many smaller galleries and museums, 18th century houses and no less than three cathedrals.
North of Dublin there are seaside towns like Howth, Malahide and Skerries. Leading on from these towns you will find some of Ireland's great historic towns such as Drogheda, Trim and the Boyne Valley.
South of Dublin there are equally picturesque coastal towns of Killiney and Dalkey. The Wicklow Mountains with the medieval ecclesiastical centre of Glendalough have some of Ireland's finest uplands.
At the start of the south east tour you will start by traveling through Dalkey and Killiney and then onto Bray, County Wicklow, one of Ireland's best known seaside resorts. We continue south to Enniskerry that is situated just below the Sugarloaf Mountain and close to the beautiful Powerscourt Estate. This mountain drive takes us towards Glendalough where the ancient ruins can be explored. If it is just a short trip we can travel back to Dublin at this point via Blessington. On a longer excursion we can continue towards County Wexford and visit towns like Gorey, Courtown, Enniscorthy and Wexford. All of these towns are well worth a visit. We will follow the coast to Rosslare and then on toward New Ross. From here we will begin to travel northwards again towards Kilkenny, a charming city with a rich history. In Kilkenny we can visit Rothe House and Kilkenny Castle. After Kilkenny we will travel back toward Dublin via County Kildare where we can visit town like Athy and Kilcullen.
Cork, both as a city and county have many incredible sights. East Cork contains Middleton's Whiskey heritage centre, while Youghal, with its unsurpassed town walls has a rich heritage.
The most spectacular areas of the entire south are to be found on the famous Ring of Kerry. This is a fantastic coastal route, while all through the Dingle peninsula are visually stunning mountains and deserted beaches.
We use Cork as our base for this tour. From Cork we travel towards Macroom and then onto the beautiful mountain scenery of the Pass of Keimaneigh and then onto Ballylickey. From Ballylickey you can view the excellent views of Bantry Bay when traveling en route to Glengarriff. Further north we will travel towards Kenmare where the Ring of Kerry aspect of your tour will start. By encircling the Iveragh Peninsula, which features Ireland's highest mountains – Macgillycuddy's Reeks. There are wonderful views over Dingle Bay to the north and the estuary of the Kenmare River to the south. From here we will travel northwards to the resort of Waterville and then onto Glenbeigh and Killarney. On the road back to Cork we will travel through the Derrynasaggart Mountains and then onto Blarney Castle where we can stop off to visit the world famous Blarney stone.
The west of Ireland is renowned for its mountain peaks, small villages and sandy beaches.
Traveling south from Connemara and Galway, the Burren comes into view with its limestone landscape and exotic flora.
On this tour we will use Galway as our start off point and start to travel north west towards the village of Oughterard with views of Lough Corrib. As we drive through the rugged Connemara countyside we will travel through Recess and then onto Clifden. From Clifden, the capital of Connemara we will travel inland towards Leenane at the head of Killary harbour. Along this route we can view Kylemore Abbey. From Leenane we will travel towards Westport and then onto Castlebar which is Mayo's main town. From here we return to Galway via Ballinrobe and Headford.
Northern Ireland's most spectacular landmark has to be the Giant's Causeway. It's octagonal columns give testimony to some unknown upheaval of the earth many thousands of years ago.
The Glens of Antrim are truly remarkable while the other end of Northern Ireland contains the endless waterways of the Erne,
More waterways can be found along the County Down coast close to Strangford Lough and Newcastle. The Mourne Mountains that also feature heavily in this area offer fantastic hill climbing and walking opportunities.
Traveling out of Belfast towards Carrickfergus, your group will continue via the scenic route towards Cushendall and Ballycastle. Antrim's Glens can be viewed along this route. Walking enthusiasts can visit Glenariff Forest Park to enjoy the excellent viewpoints. The popular town of Ballycastle is just up the road, renowned for the Ould Lammas Fair every summer. Further west is Portrush and the Giant's Causeway, probably County Antrim's best known tourist attraction. From Portrush you can visit Bushmills, home of the world's oldest distillery. From here you will head towards Derry and take in sights such as The Tower Museum, The Walls of Derry and St. Columb's Cathederal. Once you are ready to depart from Derry we will travel towards Dungiven and then onto Antrim town and back to Belfast.