Horse riding on good quality well schooled horses and ponies across excellent natural fences. Warrington is particularly good for kids, with a very good selection of ponies for all abilities and regular camps, shows and other events.
It’s also a good place for groups of mixed ability to trek along the banks of the Nore – they have a knack for finding just the right mount for anybody.Read More
A lush, green garden full of surprises, Garnish is on an Island in the Gulf Stream off the coast of Cork. Its unique climatic conditions mean it grows plants and trees not seen elsewhere in Ireland, many normally more at home in the tropics.
The Island is reached by boat, an adventure in itself, and you’ll almost certainly spot seals basking on the rocks on the short journey from Glengarrif.Read More
Ailwee Caves are Ireland’s largest cave system, deep beneath the Burren in Co Clare, and can be explored during a guided tour.
There is a good cafe on the site and an excellent farm shop outside – which I highly recommend for tasty treats to sustain you up on a hard day’s touring!
There is also an excellent farm shop here.Read More
Bunratty is often the first stop for visitors to Ireland, located as it is close to Shannon Airport. It’s a large park, which will take at least half a day to explore, and includes many typical Irish dwellings, a 19th century village and of course the castle itself.
In the evenings the castle plays host to guests attending the famed Medieval Banquets.Read More
Altamount Gardens is a place apart, a wonderland of interconnecting gardens, riverside walks and woodlands of incredible beauty and peacefulness.
It change remarkably through the seasons, and is particularly lovely in late Spring, when the rhododendrons are in bloom, and early Autumn when the trees are in glorious colour.Read More
The Dublin Pass is definitely not always good value – but it can be with a little forward planning.
We have itineraries for three different days out in Dublin, including one designed for kids, which are not only interesting and fun, but ensure that you get maximum value from your Dublin pass.Read More