Relax and see Ireland with Dove Chauffeur Drive
Executive chauffeurdriven vacations in Ireland with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive
For your own especially designed Tour of the Republic of Ireland/West and South west

Monday, October 22, 2018

Wild Western Way 2019 Tours.

Planning on a visit to Ireland in 2019? Now is the time to prepare.

We are already taking bookings for our 2019 tours at Dovechauffeurdrive. We cannot guarantee availability, and therefore it is advisable to start to plan as soon as possible, especially if you already know when your vacation time is going to be. We always work on the basis of "first come, first served."
An e-mail will start the ball rolling, and we will take it from there. It costs nothing to make an enquiry, and we will help you in any way that we can. You can check us out on Trip Advisor by Googling
Dovechauffeurdrive/Dave Hogan.I am sure that you can find us.
Many of you, who have toured with us over the years will be familiar with these pictures of various scenes on the Wild Atlantic way. Let's call it
"A trip down Memory Lane."
The picture above shows the ruin of an old fisherman's, come sheep farmer's house, which i took at Slea Head at the tip of the Dingle peninsula.
I love this picture....a local farmer walking his Irish Red Setters  on the Dingle peninsula.
Ladies View, high in the mountains on the Ring of Kerry, is one of the most famous views on our Wild Atlantic Way, and was made famous by Queen Victoria who described the view as " The most beautiful in the kingdom".
The Gap of Dunloe in the Kerry mountains is an unforgettable journey, and best enjoyed in the old traditional horse drawn buggies. I love to include this in my tours, as many of you will remember.
 Everybody wants to visit the awesome Cliffs of Moher.
A typical Irish thatched cottage.
The ancient O'Donoghue Castle, on the shores of Lough Laune just outside Killarney. This is the view you will have of Ross Castle as you end your Gap of Dunloe tour, which starts with the jaunting car ride, and ends here in your boat.
A lovely picture of Cardinal Sean Brady, Primate of Ireland, with Kathleen, a very special lady, and one of my favourite touring friends.
Do you really want to drive here. Maybe you would enjoy it better if you let us do that for you.
A boat full my clients, arriving back at Ross Castle after their Gap tour.
The ancient Beehive stone huts which were once upon a time the dwelling places of the farmers and fishermen of old, and also home to many of the ancient monks.
Keem beach on Achill island. You will find sheep in many unusual places as you travel though this amazing coastal region.
A sad sight, and more than likely, with a sad story. This old ruined cottage on the Wild Atlantic Way. This was more than likely abandoned during the famine.

We specialise in touring these magnificent areas, but we do tailor tours to our clients needs and desires. It is very normal for our clients to spend an extra couple of days visiting Dublin before starting out with us. Just let us know what you have in mind.

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