All Inclusive Co-Created Personalised Dream Holiday Options
Canola Tours – See More Stress Less
Canola Tours offers Irish cultural and heritage tours and accommodation in Ireland’s Ancient Eastern Region, close to Tara and Newgrange – World Heritage Centre. Cartering also for guests who want to explore Ireland’s East coast from the Giants Causeway in Northern Antrim to Waterford Chrystal in the South East, with lots of natural beauty, castles and historical along the way.
Guests will have the advantage of co-creating their unique and preferred tour in detail via Skype/SMS, get help planning their trip, alleviating stress navigating the Irish countryside and fitting everything in.
Guests will be provided with three meals a day, in a comfortable and traditional country style Irish family home, nestled in a quiet rural landscape of Meath. A choice of single or double occupancy bedrooms are available, ensuite options, with a maximum number of 6 people in a group. There are all the comforts of home including free Wi-Fi, a sitting room with a library – no TV, and a large comfortable garden to relax and socialize in.
A range of unique and personally co-created tours are available which could include, the Hill of Tara – the seat of the High Kings of Ireland – Slane Hill and Castle, Trim Castle, the ancient Neolithic sites of New Grange, Knowth, (Dowth – as yet not excavated) and others in the Boyne Valley area. There will also be an opportunity to see some sites that are not on the usual tourists trail.
For a longer stay and particular interests, there are Castles and Famine Grave Sites and Work Houses, Great Country Estate Houses, Hills and River Walks, Hikes, Golfing, visits to the Coast and Sea Fishing villages and Beaches, day trips to beautiful Glendalough 12th Century Monastic settlement, hidden in the patchwork rolling Wicklow Mountains, the Ancient city of Wexford, with the Butlers Castle and magnificent gardens. The 12th century Rock of Cashel in Co. Tipperary and others.
There is also the option to visit Dublin, with its many Galleries, Museums and a host of places of interest like Trinity College – Book of Kells. The Chester Beatty Library – named the European Museum of the year in 2002 – housed in a beautiful setting on the grounds of Dublin Castle. There is also the opportunity to shop till you drop, with many traditional and finely crafted garments, handmade pottery, jewellery and paintings to bring home.
AUTHENTIC IRISH COMMUNITY
Guests will have the opportunity to take part in authentic traditional Irish music and/or set dancing along with a good pint of Guinness or whatever you are having, for those so inclined, just like a member of the local community.
The base rate of between €100 – €150 per person per day. Discounts for groups of 4 to 6 and weeklong stays.
This covers full board – Bed & Three Meals, tour plan, plus suggested evening entertainment.
This does not include, guide, transports, optional extras (ensuite €20 and single rooms €20 extra) or entrance fees – thought most suggested sites and events are free.