Customize Your Luxury Vacation

• Experience the best of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England on a fully tailored journey 

• There are no set dates—the best times of the year to travel are April through October

• This itinerary can be customized to your interests, specifications and group

• Pricing is per person, based on double occupancy, for a group of two or more

7 Destinations 11 Destinations
2+ 2+ Guests
Pace - Active pace Active Pace
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What's Included

The price of this all-inclusive custom journey covers everything from travel by car or helicopter, hotels, all daily activities unless specifically outlined, top-of-the-line guides and gratuities. The price excludes international flights to and from your home.

Explore the journey
  1. Begin your journey in Ireland’s famed Ring of Kerry.

    Meet your Irish guide at the Shannon Airport and head south to begin your exploration of the Ring of Kerry. The rugged coastlines, picturesque villages and lush forested mountains of southwestern Ireland have charmed visitors for centuries.

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  2. Experience Irish traditions amid an idyllic landscape.

    West Cork is filled with picturesque towns, rugged peninsulas that jut out into the ocean and verdant farmland as far as the eye can see. Time-honored traditions run deep in this part of the country, which is also considered the heart of Ireland’s slow food movement.

  3. Escape to a luxurious hideaway in the Irish midlands.

    Enjoy a scenic drive to Ballyfin, a quaint village at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. Your home base for the next two days is Ballyfin Demesne, one of  Ireland’s grandest country estates, which has earned reviews as one of the world’s best hotels.

  4. Stunning natural beauty and fascinating history come together in Wales.

    Fly by helicopter to northern Wales and relax at your tranquil country house hotel. From imposing Mount Snowdon to scenic golf courses, this region is home to a host of natural and historic attractions.

  5. Savor the peacefulness of the Lake District.

    A verdant landscape punctuated by craggy mountain peaks and tranquil lakes, England’s Lake District has captivated travelers for centuries and inspired great poets like William Wordsworth. In 2017, the region was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

  6. Experience the wild beauty and legends of the Scottish Highlands.

    Fly by helicopter across the border to the Southern Highlands of Scotland, where you will spend the next two days in a secluded country house on the shores of Loch Voil in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

  7. Cap off your journey in Scotland’s historic capital.

    Perched on rocky hills overlooking the sea, Scotland’s charming capital is a fitting place to mark the end of our journey across the British Isles.

Ring of Kerry, Ireland
West Cork and Copper Coast, Ireland
Ballyfin, Ireland
Windermere and the Lake District, England
Southern Highlands, Scotland
Edinburgh, Scotland