Fourteen Day Self Drive Tour of Ireland

This tour allows you to explore the East, Southeast, Southewest and West of Ireland over 14 days.

Staying two days in most locations allows you to familarize yourself with an area and not have to pack each day.

I suggest you stay in B&B's to reduce your costs. This will give you a wide choice of options at a very reasonable price. The accomodation can be prebooked for you or you can do it yourself during your stay in Ireland. We will give you our Accommodations Guide Book of hotels and B&B's participating in our program (over 2500 in total) and you can choose when and where you stay.

The tour itinerary I have selected is a good roadmap to take as you get to see most of Ireland without spending too much time in the car. I mention some things to do and see at each location but click on our travel guide and you will see our favorite things to do while in a certain area. This narrows down your drive and allows you to be more focused on what to do and see.

Each location will give you a distinctive feel for the area you are visiting. There will be a wide variety of things to do and see. During the evening/night time, a wide variety of pubs will entertain you with their music and banter.

I can work more closely with you if you choose us to plan your holiday. So please do not hesitate to ask any questions.

At a Glance

  • Fourteen Days and Thirteen Nights B&B.
  • Car Hire(Economy) - Inclusive of Unlimited Mileage/CDW/Theft Insurance/Taxes.
  • Prices from 999 Euros pps.

Tour Highlights

Connemara Mountains

Although not a mountain in itself, the Connemara skies are dominated by over 50 magnificent mountains in 4 tightly packed mountain ranges: the Twelve Bens, Maum Turks, Partry and Sheffrey.

The Dingle Way

Situated on the Dingle Peninsula in the southwest of Ireland, this is a diverse and beautiful walking trail full of surprises for those who wander its paths. Measuring a total of 178km, this route can be done in parts or as part of a week long holiday.

Kylemore Abbey

Situated in the Kylemore Valley at the foot of Dubhcruach mountain and billed as the most romantic building in Ireland.

The Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry conjures up images of a land lost in time. This magical 110-mile circular journey brings you on a scenic journey around Kerry's unspoilt, unharnessed areas.

The Cliffs of Moher

The Cliifs of Moher- a sheer precipice 8km long with their sheer verticality are without doubt the most impressive stretches of coast in the west of Ireland. Probably the most visited site outside of the capital city, the Cliffs of Moher are certainly one of the highlights of any visit to Ireland standing at a commanding height of over 200 metres.

Temple Bar Cultural Quarter

Temple Bar is sometimes referred to as Dublin's Cultural Quarter but that is really a cute euphemism for the place to be at night. Temple Bar is the pulsing heart of tourist Dublin. The name Temple Bar owes its name to Sir William Temple who bought the plot in the late 16th century and until the 1980s remained very much a run down part of the city.

Kilkenny City

Undoubtedly Ireland’s finest medieval city, Kilkenny City and its Castle sit astride a broad sweep of the River Nore. Kilkenny also comes with the reputation of being one of the rare Irish cities completely navigable by foot.

Jameson Whiskey Centre

Ireland, home of the 'water of life' has in no small part to political and historical reasons, not been left with a lot of working distilleries. The Jameson Heritage Centre was once a fully working distillery but is now open exclusively as a visitor attraction, but that doesn't lessen the effects of the tasting.

Kilmainham Gaol

A visit to Ireland’s most infamous prison, Kilmainham Gaol, is a potted history of Ireland’s struggle for independence since the opening of the prison in 1796.


Killarney Town is a vibrant town in Kerry in the South West of Ireland. It acts as a gateway to the beauty spots of the south west and within easy reach of the Dingle, Iveragh and Beara Peninsulas.

Bray Town - Wicklow

Bray is one of Ireland's biggest and longest-established seaside resorts. It has a safe sandy beach which stretches for well over a mile, and a setting dominated by Bray Head which overlooks the town.