South West 7 Nights

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One of the great golfing areas in the world, rightly famed for the quality of its many magnificent links including Ballybunion, Tralee, Waterville and Old Head

South West 7 Nights

One of the best golf tours Ireland has to offer, this 7 night programme with six rounds of golf in the South West of Ireland has so much to offer - one on Lahinch, one on Ballybunion, one on Adare Manor, one on Tralee, one on Waterville & one on Old Head


  • 6 Rounds of Golf

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  • 7 Nights' Accommodation

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    • Two nights in the 5* Adare Manor 
    • Five nights in the 5* Killarney Park Hotel
    • Full Irish Breakfast daily
    • One evening meal in Killarney Park hotel on one evening.
  • Your Transfers

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    • Return airport transfers
    • Meet & greet upon arrival at airport by local representative
    • Return transfers from your hotel to the golf courses each day 
  • Your Experience Representative

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    • An on call local representative available prior to arrival & during your stay

Pricing for April - September

HotelsGolferNon-Golfer
Adare Manor/ Killarney Park double occupancy Star £4,650n/a
Adare Manor/ Killarney Park sole occupancy Star £6,150n/a

Adare Manor5 Star

 Adare Manor

The luxurious Adare Manor is an award winning 5* hotel & golf resort in Co. Limerick, Ireland. Newly renovated in 2017.

  • No. of Rooms: 104 rooms
  • Spa Facilities: Yes
  • Dinner Options: The Oak Room The Drawing Room The Tack Room The Carriage House Afternoon Tea
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Killarney Park Hotel , Killarney5 Star

Killarney Park Hotel , Killarney

The Killarney Park hotel is one of the premier luxury hotels in Ireland. The hotel is situated on its own private grounds.

  • No. of Rooms: 69 rooms
  • Spa Facilities: Yes
  • Dinner Options: • The Park Restaurant
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Sightseeing for Golfers & Non-Golfers

Killarney National Park

Situated to the south of Killarney Town, Killarney National Park is a nature-lover’s dream. The National Park comprises over 25,000 acres (40 square miles) of mountains, woodland, waterways and gardens and is home to Ireland’s only surviving wild herd of native Red Deer. The Lakes of Killarney are the main attractions, with the highest range of mountains in Ireland, Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, providing the magnificent background.


Muckross House, Gardens and Traditional Farms

Central to the National Park, Muckross House was built in 1843 and is one of Ireland’s leading Victorian mansions. Today, the house serves as the Kerry Folk Museum and offers a series of craft workshops. The gardens are truly magnificent, while the traditional farms, comprising a labourer’s cottage, blacksmith’s forge and carpenter’s workshop, provide a vivid representation of rural life in Kerry in the 1930’s. Eastern Facade by Emmett.Hume - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons


Ring of Kerry

This coastal route from Killarney to Kenmare is one of the most famous areas in the entire island of Ireland. Taking you along winding coastal roads through the towns of Killorglin, Cahirciveen, Waterville and Sneem, the route provides some of the most stunning scenery imaginable.


Dingle Peninsula

Located west of Tralee, the Dingle Peninsula, speckled with an array of small villages where Gaelic traditions, language, crafts and the art of storytelling still survive, is one of the most scenic areas in Ireland. The Dingle Library, located in Dingle Town, displays a fascinating collection of printed material relating to local history.


Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

Situated near Newmarket-on-Fergus, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park helps re-create ancient life in a festival of Irish music, dancing and song as medieval banquets are held. The park comprises a number of traders such as blacksmiths and shopkeepers, each plying their trade using traditional methods. Visitors are encouraged to sample the food and assist in the cooking as a means of understanding life in 17th century Ireland.


Cliffs of Moher

Located near Liscannor, the majestic Cliffs of Moher is one of Ireland’s most famous and beautiful tourist attractions. Five miles of dramatic cliff tops offer superb views, while its sheer cliff-face, comprising black shale and sandstone, plunge some 700 feet into the raging Atlantic below. The cliffs are also renowned for their extensive bird colonies.


Doolin Village

Located just a few miles from the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin is a beautiful small fishing village, which today is famous as a place of pilgrimage for traditional music lovers. Thousands of visitors gather each year to sample the region’s heritage of song, dance, and instrumental music. Doolin-Fisher-Street Panorama-2012 by Bjørn Christian Tørrissen - Own work, http://bjornfree.com/galleries.html. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons


The Burren

A natural wonder famed across the world for its beauty, the Burren is a unique array of flora, fauna, butterflies and rock. The Burren Display Centre at Kilfenora explains how the Burren was formed and helps identify the fauna that you will encounter.



Transfers

  • Return airport transfers
  • Meet & greet upon arrival at airport by local representative
  • Return transfers from your hotel to the golf courses each day 

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The Experience Ireland offers a selection of luxury golf breaks across some of finest golf courses in Ireland.

Ireland is one of the world’s premier golfing destinations, offering world-famous courses in a truly inspiring setting. Our Irish golf breaks offer players of every level the chance to experience some of the finest courses the country has to offer, set in remarkable landscapes and rich in tradition, and each offering a unique challenge. If you want to follow in the footsteps of the world's greatest golfers, The Experience Ireland can help deliver the Irish golf vacation of your dreams.

All our golfing vacation packages include the finest hotels and accommodation –these extra touches and attention to detail are what make our popular golf experiences in Ireland truly special.

 

Golf vacations in Ireland – Play in beautiful surroundings

We've harnessed our considerable expertise and experience to create a series of golf itineraries that our customers love – and all our Ireland golf deals can be tailored to make your experience truly unique. But we offer a whole lot more than some of the best play in the world – a golf break in Ireland is not just about the game, but the country's legendary hospitality. Combine your stay with visits to Ireland’s wonderful quirky pubs and bars, with live folk music on tap in the evenings. A warm welcome will greet you at every turn.

As well as fine Irish hospitality there's the entire country to explore - it's a place you'll remember forever. The magical, dizzying Cliffs of Moher in Eire and those on the remote isle of Achill in the north, the famous Giant’s Causeway, and the fascinating Guinness Brewery in historical Dublin is all at your fingertips. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

At The Experience Ireland, we pride ourselves on creating golf breaks which meet your specific requirements perfectly. Check out the itineraries below, or contact us to discuss creating something truly special for you and your fellow golfers.

Dublin Golf Breaks

Golf breaks in Dublin are one of our specialities, fabulous golf deals that provide plenty of city thrills as well as excellent golf at a choice of historic, world-class courses. Dublin is indeed a fair city, a place packed with personality and fun, full of ancient history and tradition yet distinctly modern in nature. There's great international shopping here as well as many fantastic local attractions.

We offer incredible 4* & 5* golf & accommodation packages in Dublin, with tee times at world-famous courses and all your transfers included. Our particular favourite is our Dublin 4 nights package, complete with an exciting choice of links and parkland courses, including Portmarnock and County Louth.

Being in Dublin means that as well as playing golf, you can explore everything this renowned city has to offer. Dublin Castle dates way back to the 1200s, St Patrick’s Cathedral was founded in the year 1191, St Stephen’s Green is a lovely place to relax, and beautiful Phoenix Park is home to Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture, and the coastline around the city is simply breathtaking, as are the nearby Dublin Mountains with their magical mountain trails, country paths and ancient monuments.

South-West Ireland Golf Breaks

Ireland's spectacular West Coast awaits you with its ethereal beauty, vibrant villages, lively bars and stunning coastline. Our South West Ireland 7 nights package is very popular, treating you to a full six rounds of golf in the gorgeous South West of Ireland on world-class courses at Lahinch, Ballybunion, Doonbeg, Tralee, Waterville and Old Head.

Northern Ireland Golf Breaks

Norman castles, craggy mountains and glacial valleys, ancient monuments and, of course, fascinating Belfast with its Titanic quarter, are yours for the taking thanks to our Northern Ireland golf vacations. We offer 4 or 7 night golf vacations to Northern Ireland – the 4 nights four-star package , is a spectacular four-night programme with rounds of golf at Royal County Down, Royal Portrush, Ardglass and Portstewart, with luxury accommodation and transfers all included.

Ireland is one of the world’s premier golfing destinations – we can help you create a custom golf programme to meet your exact requirements