First in Service presents Ireland
First in Service presents Ireland
First in Service presents Ireland
First in Service presents Ireland


Extraordinary Emerald Isle

Ireland is a perennial favorite to visit. A rich heritage, friendly people, and breathtaking landscape all set the stage for an unforgettable custom stay. Roughly the size of Indiana, it is compact enough to experience plenty in one go. Start in lively Dublin, where there is always a party or festival happening. Learn the secrets of local chefs, shop with fashion designers, or spend the afternoon with earls and dukes. Don’t forget to visit the Guinness Storehouse to find out how “the black stuff is made” and to pour your own pint. Then circle the island in search of fairytale castles (where you will stay) dotting the spectacular countryside. Along the way, you can hit country pubs and historic whiskey distilleries – with a personal driver if you like. If you’re a golfer, take advantage of some of the best courses in the world.

why we love it

    The warm Irish welcome – you’ll feel it instantly..
    The romance of seeing castles everywhere.
    The historic whiskey trails are not only fascinating but are in some of the most beautiful country settings.
    The food scene is heavenly – from organic farmers markets to Michelin-starred pub grub and fine dining.
    History and tradition are found in every corner.
    The infectious pub culture – you’ll raise a pint with new friends in no time.
    The strong US dollar to euro.

    itinerary snapshot


      Enjoy a historic walking tour of Dublin’s most famous sites including the bohemian Temple Bar district and Dublin Castle
      Stand on the world famous Cliffs of Moher
      Visit Adare, widely considered Ireland's most picturesque village
      Stay at some of Ireland's finest castle hotels
      Try a pony and trap ride through the Gap of Dunloe
      Learn how to pull the perfect pint of Guinness

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      Meet your expert

      Mayla Melo

      Mayla Melo

      "There's so much magic in Ireland. You can't help but feel as though you've stepped into a fairy tale. There are over 30,000 castles. "

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      when to go

      The best chance for good weather falls between May and September. July and August are peak tourist season, with longer days and warmer weather. From November to February, rainy weather can persist, but winters rarely see snow.


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      Ashford Castle

      Mayo, Ireland
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      Dromoland Castle

      Co. Clare, Ireland
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      Co. Kerry, Ireland
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      The Merrion

      Dublin, Ireland