We have been building relationships for years with hotels, golf courses, attractions and our aim is to provide you with the luxury 5 star service from the initial point of contact right through until you arrive home.


At Experience Ireland Travel we tailor bespoke itineraries based on your preferences:

Are you interested in seeing the more popular attractions such as the Skellig Rock, the latest stage of the Star Wars movie, the beautiful and rugged Cliffs of Moher or the bustling city of Dublin steeped in history?

Or would you prefer to experience the real Ireland, by watching a Gaelic Hurling Match?

Have an exclusive trip to some of Irelands most beautiful Castles & Stately Homes?

Climb Ireland’s highest mountain and explore Ireland’s largest playground, Killarney National Park with your own personal guide?

We have the personal touch to tailor any trip to suit you.




Would you like to play on world class courses that jut out into the Atlantic Ocean?

Would you like to experience what it is like to play on Royal County Down, where the mountains meet the Sea and a regular course for Rory McElroy?

Or play the famous Ballybunion where President Clinton visited in 1998 & ‘Golden Bear’ Jack Nicholas played in 1989, its location nestled in grassy dunes and has been frequently rated among the top courses in the world.

We know that any travel agent can book bedrooms in the best hotels but we at Experience Ireland Travel with our local contacts and wisdom can reserve you the bedroom or suite with the best view, in the most perfect location.


We went to Ireland on a golfing holiday and contacted a few different companies to organise our trip, we are so glad that we went with Experience Ireland Travel. Alice’s expertise and knowledge was so helpful. We were a group of 6 guys so we all wanted something different but Alice made it so easy. We played Old Head of Kinsale, Ballybunion, Lahinch, the K Club, Royal County Down and Royal Portrush.

The 'Paddy' Golfers

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