Royal County Down Golf Club


8 night package includes:

  • 3 nights at The Herbert Park Hotel, Dublin with breakfast (twin/double share)
  • 5 nights at The Malton Hotel, Killarney with breakfast (twin/double share)
  • 5 rounds of golf (click on ‘Golf’ tab for more details)
  • Chauffeur driven private coach for the duration of the tour
  • Meet and greet at the airport on arrival
  • 24 hour local assistance

Note:  Price based on 12 adults travelling.

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The Herbert Park Hotel

Located in Ballsbridge, Dublin's premier business and embassy district, the hotel is only a short distance from Dublin city centre. Situated overlooking the 48 acre Herbert Park, the luxury boutique four star hotel enjoys a unique setting in Dublin City. A great location from which to explore the fair city of Dublin.

The Malton Hotel, Killarney

A stunning Victorian hotel and much-loved Irish landmark since its opening in 1854. With its distinctive architecture, The Malton has a rich and colourful heritage that sets it apart. Tucked away on six acres of landscaped gardens, fountains, and pathways for rambling, the hotel combines wide-open space with the convenience of town.

Private Coach

Your group will have exclusive use of a customized private executive coach for the duration of your golf tour. Your highly experienced driver will recommend restaurants, bars and sightseeing options as well as getting you to the course on time. Sit back, relax and watch the emerald country go by with some of the famous Irish craic. This is golf travel in style.

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Private Coach

Herbert Park Hotel


Portmarnock Golf Club (Old Course)

Universally acknowledged as one of the world's truly great links courses, Portmarnock has hosted 12 Irish Opens. Located on a small peninsula, which extends into the Irish Sea, the course is surrounded by water on three sides with no two successive holes playing in the same direction. Arnold Palmer rated the 15th as the finest par 3 in the world.

The Island Golf Club

Established in 1890 this links course is located across the estuary from the quaint village of Malahide, just north of Portmarnock. Surrounded by the Irish Sea, Donabate Beach and Broadmeadow Estuary. Nestling between the highest sand dunes of any links course in Ireland, it's rugged beauty cannot fail to impress. Once seen - Never forgotten...!!

Ballybunion Golf Club (Old Course)

Consistently ranked as one of the world’s top ten courses, Ballybunion’s Old course is a breathtaking challenge. The legendary Tom Watson described the glorious links at Ballybunion Golf Club as “the best in the world”. High praise indeed for this magnificent test of golf, which meanders menacingly through massive dunes on the shores of the Atlantic.

Tralee Golf Club

Designed by Arnold Palmer, Tralee Golf Club is set among rugged terrain on the Atlantic Ocean making it one of the world’s most scenic and spectacular true links golf courses. Beauty abounds with Barrow Strand of Ryan’s Daughter fame only an errant chip away and the Sliabh Mish and Brandon mountain ranges providing a panoramic and spectacular backdrop.

Dooks Golf Links

A truly traditional experience, golf has been played at Dooks Golf Links since 1889. Surrounded by the eye-catching whitewashed houses of Cromane fishing village, the famed MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and the hills of Glenbeigh, Dooks Golf Links is perfect for the golfer seeking a beautiful and tranquil environment.

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The Island Golf Club


Guinness Brewery

A must for lovers of the ‘black stuff’. The Guinness Brewery, or the Storehouse as it is known, was originally built in 1904 to house the fermentation process. Modelled on a giant pint glass, stretching up from reception on the ground floor to The Gravity Bar in the sky. this giant pint would hold approximately 14.3 million pints of Guinness if filled.


Only 6km from Ring of Kerry Golf Club, Kenmare is a vibrant and picturesque town offering a wealth of restaurants, pubs, shops and traditional live music. Often referred to as the "gourmet capital of Ireland", its spectacular setting, between the Ring of Kerry and the Beara Peninsula, is unsurpassed anywhere else in the country.

Ross Castle

Dating back to the late 15th century, Ross Castle features a fortified bawn and curtain walls defended by flanking circular towers. The castle has a lengthy and bloody history and benefits from one of the most spectacular settings of a castle in Ireland, standing on the shore of Killarney's Lower Lake.

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Tralee Golf Club

  • Ballybunion Golf Club

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