Suzark Farm's Horses of Ireland Tour

Nine Days of Horses and Ireland. A tour created for and by Suzark's Horse Farm in conjunction with Signpost Tours.

Travel through Ireland and experience the people and locations that make Ireland a renowned horse country. Our tour guide will delight you with stories of Ireland and the fairies that once ruled it!!

A unique experience for a lucky few.

Arrival date in Ireland: 5th August
Departure date: 13th August

The price per person sharing is:

1000-1100 dependent on final numbers

Included in the Tour
Coach Hire and Professional Driver-Guide.
Accommodation at 3 Star Hotels
All Breakfasts.
Three Dinners (Galway, Killarney & Bunratty Banquet)
Attraction Entrance Fees: Cliffs of Moher, Kilbeggan Whiskey Distillery, Guinness Storehouse,
Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre, Blarney Castle, Midleton Distillery, Bunratty Castle & Folk Park.

The above quote is in Euros and is dependent upon the dates as given above.
The costs that are not included in this quote are any fees payable by way of compensation to Equestrian Providers.

At a Glance

  • A Nine Day Fully Guided Equestrian Tour of Ireland.
  • Hotel Accommodation including All Breakfasts.
  • Dinner incl. in Galway, Killarney and Bunratty Castle Banquet.
  • Luxury Coach Hire.
  • All Entrance Fees into Itinerary attractions.

Tour Highlights

Galway City

There’s no better place to start your journey into Ireland’s West than Galway City, the thriving cultural center on Galway Bay where Ireland’s heartbeat pulsates.

Dublin City

Dublin is the capital city and home to almost one-third of the population of the Republic of Ireland. It is by far the largest city on the island and is growing apace with some estimates suggesting that the current population of 1.3 million could grow to 2 million over the next 20 years!

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 Burren

“After two days' march we entered into the Barony of Burren, of which it is said, that it is a country where there is not water enough to drown a man, wood enough to hang one, nor earth enough to bury him" Cromwell's man in Ireland, 1651.

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.

Guinness Storehouse

For the finest views and finest Guinness in Dublin a visit to the Guinness Storehouse is essential. This is undoubtedly Dublin’s most popular attraction and although the history of this company started in 1759 with the establishment of a brewery on this site, it is generally agreed that the Irish people are the spiritual owners of this renowned company.


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.