Here are some sample places for the excursions.  The weather plays a role in what we do and where we go!  If you have any questions please contact Kevin.

Knappogue Castle & Walled Garden Tour ||  view website
Tucked away amid the rolling hills of Quin in Co. Clare lies Knappogue Castle, a 15th century restored medieval tower house that proudly stands as a reminder of our past and reflects the medieval glory in which our nobility of yesteryear lived.

Inside the walls of this stronghold, medieval fantasy is brought to life. Here you can time travel back to a time of struggle for land and title or join in nights of merriment and song, while feasting over a great banquet. Newly -weds can be whisked away to a unique fairytale setting or you can leave your worries behind and escape to the luxurious Castle State Rooms and surroundings to live like an Irish Lord and Lady.  Join us and see all that Knappogue Castle & Walled Garden has to offer.\

City of Ennis || view website
Ennis (/ˈɛ.nɪs/; Irish: Inis, meaning “island”) is the county town of Clare, Ireland. The Irish name is short for Inis Cluain Ramh Fhada (“island of the long rowing meadow”). The town is on the River Fergus, north of where it enters the Shannon Estuary, 19 km (12 mi) from Shannon Airport. In 2011, Ennis had a population of 25,360, making it the largest town in Clare and the 11th largest in Ireland.

A holiday destination of choice that offers a fascinating blend of old and new Ireland in one uniquely, individual, charming and character-rich place: at once both a destination and a gateway to beyond. Here, where every street has a story to tell, welcome is a way of life, tradition lives and progress excites.

Limerick FC || view website
Limerick Football Club is an association football club based in Limerick, Ireland who play in the League of Ireland First Division.

The first Limerick Football Club was founded in 1937 and has had a number of guises through its history, known at different times as Limerick, Limerick United, Limerick City and Limerick 37. Each manifestation of the club has been the sole representative of senior football in Limerick city since 1937.

Limerick won the League of Ireland title twice, in the 1959–60 and 1979–80 seasons, and the FAI Cup twice, in 1971 and 1982. They also won the League of Ireland Cup three times, 1975–76, 1992–93 and 2001–02. The club has competed in European competitions on six occasions.

Bunratty Castle Folk Park and BBQ || view website
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is a must on your itinerary to Ireland. This is your chance to experience a window on Ireland’s past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk Park.

The Original Durty Nelly’s || view website
Durty Nelly’s can truly be described as one of Ireland’s landmark pubs. Nestling in the shadow of the magnificent Bunratty Castle and the adjoining Folk Park, it is the first stopping off point for generations of visitors to Ireland arriving at nearby Shannon Airport.

Perhaps the biggest single charm of Nelly’s – as it is known locally – is the fact that it’s a meeting place for both locals and tourists alike, and the interaction between the two is what makes it such a unique Irish pub.

You’ll typically find groups of overseas visitors and locals chatting away as if they were lifetime friends, swapping stories or asking after friends or relatives who’ve settled around the world – or stayed at home in Ireland.

Over the years, it’s hosted a host of global celebrities drawn from entertainment, politics, the arts – all of them lured inside our doors by the legendary hospitality of Nelly’s.

You can see from the hundreds of badges that adorn the wooden beams of Nelly’s that we’ve had visitors from all over the U.S. and the world – with a particularly strong connection to the countless police and fire departments who’ve visited us over the years.

Indeed, there’s a particularly poignant shrine at Nelly’s to those who bravely gave their lives during 9/11, and it’s one of the first parts of the pub that’s sought out by our many overseas visitors.

Apart from the warm Irish welcome that you’ll find at Nelly’s, you’ll also enjoy the finest, freshest local produce – whether you’re just dropping in for a snack or staying for a fine dining experience.