We use only luxurious 4 and 5 star castle and manor hotels with exceptional customer service, exquisite Irish food and tranquil settings.  We will also arrange for pub lunches in authentic settings and with traditional Irish music and dance.


Gregans Castle l is the ultimate luxury hideaway set within the visually enchanting and unique Burren landscape with it's myriad botanical, archaeological and cultural treasures and with breathtaking views across Galway Bay. Simon and his wife Frederieke manage this oasis of comfort together with their attentive staff. Irish hospitality and total relaxation prevail. A stylish mix of fine antique furniture and paintings together with a sprinkling of interesting modern Irish art adorn this graceful house. Welcoming turf fires, candlelight and generous jugs of garden flowers add to the relaxing atmosphere. In 2012 they were awarded Best Restaurant in Ireland by both Food & Wine Magazine  for the second year running.  Their modern Irish, creative cuisine makes this the top gourmet destination in Ireland.

Ballynahinch Castle Hotel is located at the heart of the Ballynahinch Estate. Comprising 450 acres of beautiful woodlands, gardens, lakes and rivers, this sporting country estate offers a secluded retreat of peace for any visitor.  The caste was built in the mid 18th century to replace the original castle which had fallen into ruin and was once the home of the wild and much feared O’Flaherty clan of Connemara, founder of the RSPCA Richard Martin and more recently Ranji, the Indian Cricketing Prince!  Patrick O’Flaherty and his team look forward to welcoming you and sharing with you the secrets of what makes this one of the top retreats in the world.
Resting on the quiet shores of Ballinakill Bay, and beautifully secluded within 30 acres of its own private woodland.

Rosleague Manor is one of Ireland’s finest regency hotels.  Tucked away near the beautiful Connemara town of Letterfrack, the Manor has been discreetly converted into a first class hotel by its owners and proprietors, The Foyle Family, with meticulous care and attention to detail to retain its 19th Century charm and character. Enjoy a unique dining experience amidst open log fires and historical paintings in a dining room which Conde Nast Traveler magazine described as “one of the 100 places you should dine in before you die”.

Ashford Castle - From the laying of the first stone in 1228 by the de Burgo family through the philanthropy of Lord and Lady Ardilaun in the 19th century, there has been a seamless joining of ancient history with the luxury of a modern hotel. This is what has made Ashford a byword for excellence throughout Ireland – and beyond.  The oldest castle hotel in Ireland and former home of the Guinness family, Ashford Castle dates from 1228. Set on 350 acres of County Mayo, on the shores of Lough Corrib and the River Cong, Ashford Castle is set against a spectacular backdrop of woodlands, lake, river and mountains. Recent awards and recognitions include being ranked Best Resort in Ireland in Condé Nast Traveler's 2011 Gold List, winning the 2010 Gold Medal from the Green Hospitality Awards and being among Trip Advisor's 2010 top ten picks for European castle hotels.  This 5 star resort property, at the Condé Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards 2012, Ashford Castle scored in the highest ranks, having been voted number three resort in Europe and Best Resort in Ireland.