You’ll be welcomed into this warm country with open arms, cheeky local smiles and maybe the odd pint or two of Guinness. No matter where you head you’re sure to bump into some colourful local character!
One for storytellers, the Emerald Isle’s rugged coastlines and unrestrained beauty is enough to inspire anyone to turn creative and pen their first novel. While Ireland’s traditional Celtic influence will make it difficult for you to say goodbye.
Head to Ireland in July and August for a sunnier stay or for a cosy, wintery feel between November and February. And who could forget the country’s famous holiday, St Patrick’s Day in March? A cultural and religious celebration for the patron saint of Ireland, March 17 should be on your calendar for a truly Irish frolic.
Welcome to the Emerald Isle. A storyteller's paradise, you'll explore the natural elements of this vibrant country, meeting some colourful characters along the way. From esteemed author and Dubliner Trevor White, to Killarney locals and the lively performers of Gaelic Roots - who will teach you a few moves - you're in for a trip rich in history, fascinating local insights and lots of laughter! Bring along a notepad and an appreciation for creativity, as we’re certain you'll be inspired in this rugged, fairytale land.
Head to the Islands of Britain and Ireland for a stately journey across rugged, fairy-tale lands. A storyteller’s paradise, you’ll uncover the essence of Britain and the natural elements of Ireland, meeting some colourful characters along the way. From esteemed author and Dubliner Trevor White, to Killarney locals and a Royal House Guard in London, you’re in for a trip rich in history, with fascinating local insights and lots of laughter! Travel in elegant style, stay at the most sought-after addresses, dine at Michelin-starred restaurants and savour local specialities. And of course, no trip to this part of the world would be complete without trying esteemed local delicacies, including Guinness in Ireland and a delicious English scone.