Day 1 – Dublin
Lazy Bike Tour | Lunch in the iconic Crypt at Christchurch Cathedral | Shakers Experience at Jameson Distillery Bow Street | Private dinner with entertainment
Begin the day by hopping on an electric bike for a ‘Lazy Bike Tour’ of Dublin. Explore Dublin City from an electric bike while learning unique insights and local knowledge from your tour guide. This is an excellent way to get around and because Dublin is so safe and compact, you will feel at ease while cruising down the canal or along the River Liffey.
Stop off at Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin’s oldest working structure. Step into the Cathedral and you will discover its beautiful interior, a magnificent nave, a fascinating medieval crypt, and many important treasures – reflecting part of the history of Ireland, both religious and political. Enjoy a delicious lunch served in The Crypt which will be hired completely exclusively for your group.
That afternoon become a cocktail making professional in a 90-minute Whiskey Shakers experience at Jameson Distillery Bow Street. This cocktail masterclass immerses you in the world of Jameson whiskeys and explores the cocktails that have emerged from them.
Enjoy a private dinner in the hotel with entertainment.
Day 2 – Dublin
Yoga at The Marker Hotel Rooftop | Gaelic Games Experience | Private tour of The Book of Kells, Trinity College Dublin | Unique experience at Guinness Storehouse Gravity Bar
Start the day with some glorious morning yoga on the rooftop of The Marker Hotel. The rooftop offers stunning 360-degree views of the Dublin Mountains, and the Irish Sea making it a very energising space to practice.
Next you will venture to Croke Park Stadium, the home to our two national sports – Gaelic Games and Hurling. Here you can visit the Gaelic Games museum and immerse yourself in an authentic Irish experience where you can learn how to play these sports.
Transfer to Trinity College Dublin which was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I and is located right in the heart of the city. Experience a private tour of The Book of Kells and The Long Room at Trinity College Dublin. The group can take in the hustle and bustle of Dublin’s fair city on Grafton Street, followed by a stroll through the cobbled streets of Dublin’s famous Temple Bar.
In the evening, a once in a lifetime experience can be enjoyed by guests as they dine in the Gravity Bar at the Guinness Storehouse. No trip to Ireland’s capital is complete without a trip to the ‘home of the black stuff’. A unique venue where amazing views of Dublin’s skyline at sunset can be admired over dinner. There really is no better way to create long lasting memories for a special group.
Day 3 – Kildare
Mondello Park Supercar Experience | Afternoon Tea at Kilkea Castle | Tour of The National Stud & Gardens | Private dinner with true Irish experience – Merry Ploughboy show
Group transfer to County Kildare and check in to hotel. Grand houses, stunning gardens and the heart of Ireland’s horseracing community, Kildare is a true thoroughbred and a star of Ireland’s Ancient East. Kildare’s peppering of luxury hotels, spas and guesthouses makes the ideal base close the city.
Start off the groups Kildare stay with an exciting Mondello Park’s Supercar Experience. Ireland’s only high-speed Supercar Experience leaves others trailing in its tyre smoke. Picture your group, each in a high-performance Porsche, on a racing track. No congestion, no traffic lights and no speed limits. This memorable experience will certainly stay with delegates, not everyone gets to leave Ireland saying they drove a Porsche!
Be prepared to be treated like royalty and enjoy afternoon tea in Kilkea Castle. Feast on a wide selection of specialty teas, delicate finger sandwiches, warm homemade scones, and chilled bubbly. This is the perfect way for the group to relax in the luxurious and historical surroundings.
Visit to The National Stud & Gardens. The Irish National Stud and Gardens symbolises all that is great about County Kildare, the beating heart of Ireland’s thoroughbred horse industry. Experience a guided tour of the Stud and Japanese Gardens – a treat for the eye and a comfort for the soul.
A private dinner to be organised in the hotel with local entertainment and an Irish dancing experience organised by the Merry Ploughboy.
Day 4 – Kildare
CSR Activity & Retail therapy at Kildare Village Outlet | Team building with Orangeworks | Lunch at Carton House | Spa | Dinner at Cliff at Lyons
Start of the day with a good deed by engaging in a CSR activity involving Access Earth which is an app that allows people to rate and map places by their accessibility. It involves breaking into smaller groups in order to visit different restaurants or retail outlets and rating their accessibility on the app. The group will do this at Kildare Village Outlet followed by some retail therapy. Kildare Village is Ireland’s leading luxury outlet shopping experience with authentic previous seasons’ collections from a unique selection of Irish and international brands, along with tax free shopping. You can even avail of a personal stylist to find the perfect wardrobe addition you are looking for.
Now it is time for some team building activities with Orangeworks on the stunning grounds of Carton House. Offering bespoke and exciting team-building solutions tailored to meet specific group demands – the Orangeworks crew leads you through themed games and challenges, down zip lines, off-road in 4×4 training Jeeps and along a myriad of state-of-the-art obstacle courses.
Enjoy a light bite of lunch at Carton House, a 1,100 acre private and luxurious resort. Take in the stunning views from The Carriage House which fuses the atmosphere of a cosy inn, the warmth of an authentic Irish welcome and the effortless style of a modern meeting place.
Time to relax and unwind in the luxurious hotel spa after a busy day of activity.
Dinner at Cliff at Lyons, hotel and country retreat occupies an unusual collection of historic rose-clad buildings, providing an array of contemporary luxuries in an idyllic rural setting.
Day 5 – Departure
Transfer to Dublin Airport
Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. It is time to head home fulfilled and rejuvenated after a true Irish experience.