Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast

  • Explore the Claddagh District led by expert private guide.
  • Stroll through Dublin City’s Phoenix Park taking in all the sights.
  • Visit the English Market of Cork and shop for local delicacies.
  • Private transfers throughout.
  • Featuring a charming selection of bed & breakfasts.
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A warm welcome in a traditional pub, a meeting with long-lost relatives, a walk through wild green landscapes; here in Ireland, stories are written into the land. Explore the wonders of Dublin, Connemara and the Ring of Kerry while staying at Ireland's most highly recommended Bed and Breakfasts.

Start your Irish journey in Dublin, an invigorating Viking city that is at once modern and historic, exciting and relaxing. Taste your way through the city's breweries and distilleries and take in the panoramic view from the top of the Guinness Storehouse. Discover the historical and architectural charms of the city known for its literary legends, and venture into the wild Irish countryside. Feast your eyes on shades of green you've never seen before, and visit quirky villages and rustic castles on your way to the country's southern coast. The Ring of Kerry is one of the most well known coastal drives in Europe. Take in a traditional music session, taste delightful Irish oysters and stroll windswept beaches. Reconnect with nature as you jump into Connemara, a wild Atlantic setting that Oscar Wilde once dubbed a “savage beauty.” Hear the Irish language (Gaelic) still being spoken in west coast country pubs, and connect with friendly locals throughout your journey. You just might catch some of the "gift of the gab" that Irish people are so famous for. ... Show More »

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Activities Hotel & Meals
Hotel & Meals
  • Day 1 Dublin
    Dublin
    • Ireland - Welcome Package
    • Touring the Emerald Isle
    • Private Transfer - Airport with Meet & Greet - Vehicle/Driver/Assistant
    • Private Tour - 1/2 Day Walking Tour with Book of Kells & St. Patrick’s Cathedral (4 hrs) - Guide
  • Day 2 Dublin
    Dublin
    • Private Tour - Phoenix Park & Dublin Mountains with Powerscourt Gardens (8 hrs) - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
  • Day 3 Dublin to Cashel
    Dublin to Cashel
    • Private Transfer - Dublin - Cashel [via Kilkenny with Kilkenny Castle & Rock of Cashel (8 hrs)] - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
  • Day 4 Cashel to Kenmare
    Cashel to Kenmare
    • Private Transfer - Cashel - Kenmare [via Cork, West Cork Coastline & Villages (8 hrs)] - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
    Breakfast
  • Day 5 Kenmare
    Kenmare
    • Private Tour - Ring of Kerry with Muckross House (8 hrs) - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
    Breakfast
  • Day 6 Kenmare to Doolin
    Kenmare to Doolin
    • Private Transfer - Kenmare - Doolin [via Dingle Peninsula, Slea Head & South Clare Coastline (8 hrs)] - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
  • Day 7 Doolin to Clifden
    Doolin to Clifden
    • Private Transfer - Doolin - Clifden [via Cliffs of Moher & The Burren (8 hrs)] - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
  • Day 8 Clifden
    Clifden
    • Private Tour - City Tour, Connemara & Kylemore Abbey (8 hrs) - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
    • Dining Recommendations
  • Day 9 Clifden to Dublin
    Clifden to Dublin
    • Private Transfer - Clifden - Dublin [via Galway, Midlands & Clonmacnoise Monastery (8 hrs)] - Vehicle/Driver-Guide
  • Day 10 Dublin
    Dublin
    • Private Transfer - Airport - Vehicle/Driver
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Day 1: Dublin

A welcome package with a city map, train tickets (if relevant), and any other touristic information that we deem you may find useful, will be provided to you on your first day in destination.

Discover Ireland with a private driver-guide, featuring experienced driving skills and expert local knowledge and insight into the best towns, monuments and historic sites of the Emerald Isle. In addition to your pre-booked customized touring, get recommendations on where to shop, have a drink, grab a bite, and even lesser-known sites typically ignored by visitors, all of which you can stop to visit on a whim (payable on the spot), because your days have built-in flexibility. Enjoy an introduction to Ireland with such depth and quality that's only possible with a local expert. Simply the best and most enjoyable way of seeing the Emerald Isle, in style! 

For your added comfort, a private assistant will be waiting for outside of airport customs, holding a sign with your name on it. They will direct you to your awaiting private transfer, and accompany you to your hotel for check-in.

Meet your private guide at your hotel and set out on foot for a half-day walking tour of Dublin, exploring the highlights of the lively Irish capital. Stroll through the landscaped grounds of St Stephen’s Green, a public park dating back to 1664, followed by a walk through Merrion Square, with its impressive red brick Georgian townhouses. Stroll past the historic Dublin Castle, former seat of the English, along with the Lords and Kings of Ireland, now used for all State ceremonial events. Pass by Christchurch, built by the Anglo-Norman’s in 1172 to replace an earlier Church built by the Vikings in 1038. No visit to Dublin would be complete without a visit to St Patrick’s Cathedral, a highlight of your tour. Built in 1192, it is one of Ireland’s largest cathedrals, made famous by its former dean Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels. Check out the old cobbled lanes and hip establishments of Temple Bar, Dublin’s cultural quarter, and visit Trinity College where you’ll be able to see the 8th century Book of Kells, perhaps the world’s most beautifully illustrated book and gaze upon the 200,000 books of the long room. Conclude your tour back at your hotel.

Accommodation: Cliff Townhouse (4*)

The Cliff Townhouse is a Georgian hotel situated on St Stephen’s Green, a quiet haven in the heart of Dublin’s most fashionable neighborhood, rich with culture, historic sites and upscale boutiques. Spacious guestrooms instilled with elegant Georgian character feature the perfect blend of classic style and modern function. Cheekily dubbed 'a restaurant with rooms', it's easy to imagine the emphasis on cuisine at this revered boutique property. Serving brilliantly executed Dublin classics, the Cliff Townhouse restaurant menus - overseen by a Michelin starred chef - are equally suited to a three-course celebration or a light bite in the middle of the day. Each meal is meticulously prepared with the best ingredients, and the overall atmosphere is one of easygoing conviviality. 

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Trinity College: 200,000 Books
Trinity College: 200,000 Books
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Dublin
Dublin

Day 2: Dublin

Set out with your private driver-guide for a day of discovery in Phoenix Park, Dublin’s massive urban park, and the Dublin Mountains on the outskirts of the city. Billed as the largest enclosed park in any European capital, Dublin’s monument-rich Phoenix Park is a special place, and there’s plenty to see. Gaze upon the Wellington Monument, the largest obelisk in Europe at 200 feet tall. Admire the 18th century Magazine Fort, a powder magazine ordered for protection of the city by the Duke of Dorset. See the medieval tower-house known as Ashtown Castle, take in the centerpiece of the Chesterfield Avenue roundabout, the Phoenix Monument, dating back to 1747, and spot wild fallow deer often seen grazing in small herds throughout the park. Stroll the People’s Gardens for some 19th century Victorian horticulture, and, while it’s visually simplistic, let your mind run wild as you stand beside the small prehistoric burial chamber in the park, dating back over 5,500 years! Outside of the city, you’ll visit the delightful Powerscourt Gardens at the Powerscourt Estate in the Dublin Mountains, ranked the #3 Gardens in the World by National Geographic. Stretching 47 acres, the Gardens provide a fascinating juxtaposition between manicured formal gardens and the wild and beautiful backdrop of the Mountains. Before returning to Dublin, perhaps stop by the pretty rural hamlet Enniskerry on the edge of the estate, or at Johnnie Fox’s, reputed as Ireland’s highest pub, due to its position in the mountains.

Accommodation: Cliff Townhouse (4*)
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Powerscourt Estate and Gardens
Powerscourt Estate and Gardens

Day 3: Dublin - Cashel

With a private driver-guide, transfer from Dublin to Cashel today, discovering medieval towns and castles along the way. You’ll first set your sights on Kilkenny, Ireland’s foremost medieval town, located an hour and a half southwest of Dublin. Walk Kilkenny’s medieval mile, admiring historic buildings like the 13th century St Canice’s Cathedral and tower at one end, passing the well-preserved 16th century Rothe House, centuries-old breweries and pubs, arriving to Kilkenny’s undisputed highlight, the iconic Kilkenny Castle. Take in 800 years of history as you visit this lasting symbol of Norman occupation, strolling through the manicured gardens and elegant rooms formerly belonging to knights and duchesses and earls. In the afternoon, continue into South Tipperary, an area renowned for rustic castles, ancient abbeys, and lush farming landscapes. Make a stop in the town of picturesque town of Cahir, where you can catch views of its 12th century Cahir Castle, one of the country’s largest. Continue to Cashel, your final destination for the day, where you’ll visit the grand Rock of Cashel, a fortified medieval religious complex gifted to the Church in the 13th century, easily one of Ireland's most spectacular attractions. Explore this massive site, taking in Celtic art and medieval architecture, ranging from from a round tower and chapel to a cathedral and extensive graveyard. Conclude your day on arrival to your hotel.

Accommodation: Rockville House B&B

Rockville House B&B is a lovely accommodation situated in a great location close to Bru Boru village and Rock of Cashel. Guestrooms are comfortable and provide all of the necessary amenities for a pleasant stay. Relax in the lounge area, and enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Rock of Cashel
Rock of Cashel
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Rockville House B&B
Rockville House B&B

Day 4: Cashel - Kenmare

Today you'll depart Cashel with your private driver-guide, transferring to Kenmare with stops en route in Cork, and some scenic coastal villages. About an hour and a half from Cashel, Cork is the vibrant and independent southern capital of Ireland, located on an archipelago of small islands created by the tidal River Lee. Also the food capital of Ireland, you may like checking out the bustling English Market in the heart of the city, the best covered food market in the UK. Witness the Red Abbey, the only surviving structure from Cork's medieval period, dating back to the 13th century, and admire the attention-grabbing Gothic revival Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral, opened in 1879. Pushing on, the bucolic West Cork coastline calls this afternoon. Admire the views as you are driven along one of the most indented, varied and lush coastlines in Ireland. Among the highlights of your day is a stop at the ancient Drombeg Stone Circle, also known as the Druid's Altar, a 2,000 year-old megalithic stone circle which evokes thoughts of very different time. Along the coast, you'll get to stop at the quaint fishing villages of Glandore and Union Hall as well as an optional detour to Ireland's most southerly peninsula, Mizen Head. At day's end you will arrive to your accommodation in Kenmare for check-in.

Accommodation: Rockcrest House

Rockcrest House is an elegant bed & breakfast offering all the modern conveniences in a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Situated on a quiet road just five minutes' walk from Kenmare town center, the location enjoys beautiful scenic views overlooking the Druid Circle, Kenmare town, as well as mountain and valley scenery. Guest rooms are spacious and feature all the amenities needed for a pleasant stay, including complimentary wifi internet access. Enjoy a wonderful breakfast in the morning, made up of an extensive menu including homemade brown bread, and fresh local produce cooked to order.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Drombeg Stone Circle
Drombeg Stone Circle
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Kenmare
Kenmare

Day 5: Kenmare

Setting out today with your private driver-guide, embark on a discovery of one of Ireland’s loveliest regions, the Ring of Kerry. Poets, painters, writers and musicians have all tried to convey the beauty of the Ring, with mountains, valleys, and lakes, blending into a palette of scenic splendor. You’ll travel through Molls Gap, a scenic mountain pass through the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, and Ladies View, offering a majestic viewpoint across Killarney National Park, before visiting a highlight of the Ring, Muckross House, a magnificent Victorian mansion and one of Ireland’s leading stately homes. The elegantly furnished rooms portray the lifestyle of the landed gentry, while downstairs in the basement one can experience the working conditions of the servants employed in the house. The gardens at Muckross House are renowned worldwide for their beauty; in particular they are noted for their fine collections of azaleas and rhododendrons. Continue along the broad, dramatic coastline of the Iveragh Peninsula and through the charming villages and towns of Killorglin, Cahirsiveen, Waterville and Sneem, where your guide can point out a resort frequented by the famous and regal for its renowned Afternoon Tea. You'll also be able to stop and walk out to impressive ancient stone ring forts of Cahergal and Leacanabuaile, dating back to around 600AD, in addition to catching majestic viewpoints of the ever-changing Atlantic coastline all throughout your day.

Accommodation: Rockcrest House
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Ring of Kerry Coastal Views
Ring of Kerry Coastal Views

Day 6: Kenmare - Doolin

Depart Kenmare with your private driver guide for a transfer to Doolin today, enjoying some exploration en route in the Dingle Peninsula, where you can admire wild ocean scenery, ancient relics and a profusion of every sort of color blossoming in the hedgerows. Here, the ever-changing landscape shifts from from mountains and rolling hills to coastlines of craggy cliffs and sandy beaches. Pop by Inch Beach, a scenic spot for a stroll to admire its sandy dunes and coast framed by a beautiful mountain backdrop. Upon reaching the town of Dingle, join up with the Slea Head Drive, a scenic circuit on the peninsula which will bring you directly to Slea Head itself for a remarkable view, a majestic promontory jutting out into the wild waters of the Atlantic. Look out over the Blasket Islands as you stand at arguably the westernmost point of mainland Europe. Exit the western peninsula via the dramatic Conor Pass, Ireland's highest mountain pass, with a narrow, twisting road snaking past a remarkable glacial landscape of mountains, valleys, and corrie lakes. Continue on your journey this afternoon as you enter into South County Clare - an unspoiled haven for those interested in rugged Atlantic seascapes and desolate beaches. At certain times of the year, schools of dolphins and whales can be seen in the Shannon Estuary at Carrigtool and Loop Head, where you can walk out to admire the Bridge of Ross, a spectacular natural sea arch. Your day will come to an end on arrival in Doolin.

Accommodation: O`Connor`s Guesthouse (3*)

O’Connor’s Guesthouse is located in the heart of Doolin in a unique setting overlooking the Aille River. Guestrooms are comfortable and feature all the amenities needed for a pleasant stay. The house spacious, with a conservatory and a big lounge area where one can relax in front of the open fire. The breakfast menu caters to all tastes and a garden is available for guest's use.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Blasket Islands at Slea Head
Blasket Islands at Slea Head
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Doolin
Doolin

Day 7: Doolin - Clifden

Depart Doolin today with your private driver-guide, exploring the natural gems of County Clare before transferring to Clifden, the capital of Connemara. Discover the Burren and Cliffs of Moher, a UNESCO Global Geopark in West Clare, ranked at the top of Ireland's most rugged and dramatic landscapes, with shifting and sculpted stone creating unforgettable scenery you won't want to miss. On arrival to visit the Cliffs of Moher, you'll head out along the pathways, walking to various viewing platforms for different lookout points out across what is easily one of Ireland's most iconic views - offering moments of contemplation and awe, as you gaze out across sheer, eroded cliffsides which drop dramatically down 700 feet to the North Atlantic below. Conclude your day back in Newmarket on Fergus. In Polnabrone, head out across a rocky, glacio-karst field worn away by ancient glaciers to view an impressive neolithic portal tomb, called the Poulnabrone Dolmen, a stone burial monument erected by some of the very first settlers to this remote, pitted landscape over 5,200 years ago. Discover the quaint and picturesque seaport villages of Ballyvaughan and Kinvarra, the latter of which will allow you to catch views of the 16th century Dunguaire Castle, one of the most photographed castles in all of Ireland. Continue to Clifden where your day comes to an end.

Accommodation: Kingstown House (3*)

Kingstown House Bed and Breakfast is a long established family home located in along the Wild Atlantic Way, in Clifden. The front door of the B&B is conveniently located a mere 1-minute walk to Clifden Town Square (Centre). The property is a traditional home, attached village row-house with an open fireplace located in the communal sitting room. Guestrooms are cozy and comfortable and well-appointed, complete with ensuite bathroom facilities. In the morning enjoy a delicious freshly cooked breakfast to start your day off right.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Cliffs of Moher
Cliffs of Moher
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Kingstown House
Kingstown House

Day 8: Clifden

The southern shores of Connemara are famous for aqua marine waters, white sandy beaches and coastal villages with seafood bars and restaurants. Discover the area on a full day tour with your private driver-guide, venturing out into what is one of Ireland's most wild and beautiful regions. First, discover Connemara's alpine-like capital Clifden, where old stone church spires tower over the surrounding village, gateway to the majestic scenery of the Sky Road, touting unmatched rugged natural beauty and remarkable vistas out across Connemara. Head to Letterfrack where you'll enter into Connemara National Park, for a scenic walk into a portion of the park's 7,400 acres of rugged bog, mountains and grassland. Make stops over the course of the day at the must-see village of Roundstone with its beautiful Dogs Bay Beach, and Leenaun where you can admire sweeping views out into the Killary Fjord. A highlight of today is a visit of the impressive Kylemore Abbey, a Benedictine monastery founded on the grounds of a 19th century castle by nuns who fled Belgium in WWI. Admire the stunning architecture and stroll the impressive walled Victorian gardens before returning to Clifden.

The town of Clifden is famous for its live music in the evenings, and of course, due to proximity to the ocean, has a great seafood tradition. As a dining recommendation, the champions of seafood in this small town are Mitchell's Restaurant which serves delightful platters of oysters, mussels, crabs and more. Some hotels in town have surprisingly excellent restaurants as well, such as Marconi's at the Foyle’s Hotel, offering delightful local cuisine. Perhaps grab a bite then check out some live music in one of the local pubs, typically starting at 9.30 pm and ending when the last Guinness has been cheerfully drowned!

Accommodation: Kingstown House (3*)
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Kylemore Abbey
Kylemore Abbey

Day 9: Clifden - Dublin

Depart Clifden today and transfer to Dublin in the company of your private driver-guide, stopping en route, first in the cosmopolitan city of Galway, Ireland's Gaelic and artistic capital. Discover the Latin Quarter, buzzing from the eclectic legacy of a maritime past with its Spanish Arch and historic cobbled street fronts. The city is famous for its lively ambience and impromptu street entertainment, never more evident than with a walk through Kirwan's Lane, the city's busking capital, spotted 16th and 17th century architectural relics. See the Claddagh District, the point of origin of the Claddagh ring, world-renowned as the international symbol of friendship. Further along the Claddagh, the city opens to the Atlantic Ocean at Salthill, with promenades and beautiful vistas. Heading out along the famous Galway Bay, you'll happen upon the charming and timeless villages of Spiddal, Barna and Furbo. Continuing on your journey toward Dublin, pass through the scenic Midlands - an area rich in a landscape of blanket bog dispersed with lakes, castles and historic towns. Enjoy a visit to the ruins of Clonmacnoise, where a walk amongst the ancient stone ruins of this renowned 6th century city will envoke images of the scholars and saints of Ireland’s Golden Age of learning. At day's end, arrive in Dublin.

Accommodation: Cliff Townhouse (4*)
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Clonmacnoise Abbey
Clonmacnoise Abbey

Day 10: Dublin

Meet your private driver and vehicle for an airport transfer.

Accommodation: Depart (Int`l Airport) (standard)

Depart from International Airport. End of itinerary.

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  • Your deposit is due immediately on booking (30% of program price, minimum $350). The balance is due 90 days prior to departure.
  • Cancellations of confirmed bookings 90 days or more prior to departure will receive full refund minus a $350 (per person) administrative fee and any non-refundable paid fees (e.g. non-refundable airfare, cruise or hotel deposits). 60-89 days will be subject to loss of 30% of program price. 30-59 days will be subject to loss of 50% of program price. 29 days or less will be subject to loss of 100% of program price.
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Cliff Townhouse (4*): Dublin

The Cliff Townhouse is a Georgian hotel situated on St Stephen’s Green, a quiet haven in the heart of Dublin’s most fashionable neighborhood, rich with culture, historic sites and upscale boutiques. Spacious guestrooms instilled with elegant Georgian character feature the perfect blend of classic style and modern function. Cheekily dubbed 'a restaurant with rooms', it's easy to imagine the emphasis on cuisine at this revered boutique property. Serving brilliantly executed Dublin classics, the Cliff Townhouse restaurant menus - overseen by a Michelin starred chef - are equally suited to a three-course celebration or a light bite in the middle of the day. Each meal is meticulously prepared with the best ingredients, and the overall atmosphere is one of easygoing conviviality. 

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  The Cliff Townhouse
The Cliff Townhouse
Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Cliff Townhouse
Cliff Townhouse

Rockville House B&B: Cashel

Rockville House B&B is a lovely accommodation situated in a great location close to Bru Boru village and Rock of Cashel. Guestrooms are comfortable and provide all of the necessary amenities for a pleasant stay. Relax in the lounge area, and enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Rockville House B&B
Rockville House B&B

Rockcrest House: Kenmare

Rockcrest House is an elegant bed & breakfast offering all the modern conveniences in a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Situated on a quiet road just five minutes' walk from Kenmare town center, the location enjoys beautiful scenic views overlooking the Druid Circle, Kenmare town, as well as mountain and valley scenery. Guest rooms are spacious and feature all the amenities needed for a pleasant stay, including complimentary wifi internet access. Enjoy a wonderful breakfast in the morning, made up of an extensive menu including homemade brown bread, and fresh local produce cooked to order.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Rockcrest House
Rockcrest House

O`Connor`s Guesthouse (3*): Doolin

O’Connor’s Guesthouse is located in the heart of Doolin in a unique setting overlooking the Aille River. Guestrooms are comfortable and feature all the amenities needed for a pleasant stay. The house spacious, with a conservatory and a big lounge area where one can relax in front of the open fire. The breakfast menu caters to all tastes and a garden is available for guest's use.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  O'Connor's Guesthouse
O'Connor's Guesthouse

Kingstown House (3*): Clifden

Kingstown House Bed and Breakfast is a long established family home located in along the Wild Atlantic Way, in Clifden. The front door of the B&B is conveniently located a mere 1-minute walk to Clifden Town Square (Centre). The property is a traditional home, attached village row-house with an open fireplace located in the communal sitting room. Guestrooms are cozy and comfortable and well-appointed, complete with ensuite bathroom facilities. In the morning enjoy a delicious freshly cooked breakfast to start your day off right.

Quintessential Ireland with Bed & Breakfast Tours 2018 - 2019 -  Kingstown House
Kingstown House

Depart (Int`l Airport) (standard): Global Location

Depart from International Airport. End of itinerary.

We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
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    This trip was just what we were looking for, a private tour of England, Scotland and Dublin. Julie C. was awesome! She and I worked together to figure out what my family and I wanted to do. I could have never done it without her! The cars/guides were waiting at the airport for us. Everyone associated with Kensington Tours was so helpful and kind. The location of the 3 hotels, we stayed in, were amazing!! We walked everywhere! Each tour, we were scheduled for, went smoothly, and on time. The tour guides were so smart and informative about the places we went. I didn't stand in one hotel concierge line. My tickets and vouchers were printed out and in hand ahead of time. Julie even researched and scheduled horseback riding in the Dublin Mountains, which they hadn't handled before. What a highlight that was!! This trip was everything I asked for. I will be using Kensington Tours and Julie again!!

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