Leading Irish Tour Operator Executive Hire are based in Limerick, which is in the heart of two of Irelands most visited and scenic regions, Munster or the South Wet to give it its geographic reference and the Atlantic Seaboard of the West of Ireland. Limerick is a vibrant and beautiful heritage city in its own right but is central to so many of Irelands world famous gems, not to mention its international airport at Shannon just 20 minutes drive away.
Executive Hire offer customized luxury tours of Ireland in private chauffeur driven vehicles from their all Mercedes fleet of S-Class sedans, minibuses and busses suitable for Honeymoon tours of Ireland, family tours of Ireland and small group tours of Ireland. With a decade of experience, Executive Hire pride themselves on showing their clients the real Ireland in a most personal and flexible manner that keeps their clients coming back each time and recommending them to their friends and family, as can be seen from their luxury tours Ireland testimonials page as well as their Trip Advisor page.
Clients looking for a 7 day Irish vacation are often restricted by the airport their tour operators deal with, so even before they get to Ireland their customized tour vacation is restricted. Executive Hire are perhaps the only Irish Tour Operator that offer private tour vacations that include arrival in one airport and departure from another, typically Dublin, Shannon and Cork. Whatever the chosen flight path, once clients arrive they are treated to an itinerary that is efficient and considered in terms of maximising quality time at key attractions, and less time on the road, but also in a way that allows clients to unwind and savour the delights of the ‘Emerald Isle’ and her famously friendly people.
Typically a seven day honeymoon tour of Ireland or family tour of Ireland will involve a stay in Killarney where the lively town plays host to a number of natural wonders such as the Lakes of Killarney, Muckross House and Gardens in Killarney National Park, the Torc Watrfalls and Ross Castle. Nearby is Dingle Harbour, a fishing village that you would see on any postcard of Ireland. With colourful local pub, seafood and Mount Brandon safeguarding the town its just glorious. Also nearby are Dunquinn Beach and pier, familiar to many movie buffs as the setting for the filming of Ryan’s Daughter.
Executive Hires company principal Mike Ryan always encourages his clients to stay in a Castle Hotel for at least two nights of their chauffeur tour of Ireland. That typically means Adare Manor or Dromoland Castle. 15th Century architecture, real Irish hospitality and 5 star service, all amidst lush green countryside. Naturally these are a favourite for the Honeymoon Tours Ireland type of client as they are definitively romantic. Each of these distinguished Castle Hotels are either side of Irelands ‘Lady City’ Limerick and offer amazing visitor attractions on their doorstep such as the beautiful village of Adare with its rows of thatched roofs, boutique shops, array of restaurants and watering holes and of course world class tourist sites such as the Cliffs of Moher, The Burren and Bunratty Castle and Folk Park.
Depending on whether you opt to stay in the Limerick area or use Dublin as part of your itinerary, you may visit either of the two Jameson’s whiskey distilleries in Dublin or Midleton in Co. Cork, each are as impressive as the other. Dublin stays on luxury tours Ireland with executive typically visit The National Library, Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Christchurch Cathedral and Howth Fishing Village. If your private tour Ireland includes Cork as a destination then you’ll get to visit Blarney Castle and Folk Park where, yep, you can kiss the Blarney Stone and if legend holds true for you, you’ll have the ‘gift of the gab’ forever. You’ll also get to visit Cobh heritage town, the last port of call for the Titanic before it’s unfortunate sinking. Each of Dublin, Limerick and Cork Cities will afford you the best in Irish and European shopping, and of course you know you won’t be stuck for nightlife with Irish music and restaurant experiences awaiting you.
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