Historic Newgrange, county Meath Historic Newgrange, county Meath

8-Day Historic Ireland Mini-Group Tour 2019 A luxury 8 day tour for max. 8 guests in historic Ireland

Key Tour Information

  • €2290 per person
  • 8 Days / 7 Nights
  • 5,200 Year Old Newgrange
  • 2 Night In Lough Eske Castle Hotel
  • Max. 8 Guests
  • Adults Only
  • Luxury Transport
  • No sales pitches

Experience storied Ireland at its most pure and unspoilt on this Mini-Group Tour, strictly limited to 8 people and adults only. Moving through the Gaelic landscapes of yesteryear on the Historic Ireland Mini-Group Tour allows you to revel in the serenity of every moment.

Witness the awe inspiring 5,200 year old passage tomb of Newgrange, County Meath. Built by Stone Age farmers over 5 millennia ago. Amazingly, the passage and chamber are perfectly aligned with the sun during the Winter Solstice. Also see how volcanic activity between 50 and 60 million years ago formed what we know today as the Giant's Causeway, on the County Antrim coast. Visit the Titanic Experience in Belfast and see where the doomed ship was build discover the story behind her construction and her fateful voyage.

As well as the unforgettable tourist spots dotted throughout the 8-Day Historic Ireland Mini-Group Tour it also invites you to delve into and study the authentic Irish way of life. Enjoy the hustle & bustle of Ireland's capital city Dublin one night and settle into a quiet whiskey, with the locals, in County Sligo the next.

  • Dublin & the East

    • Explore Trinity College
    • Ancient Book of Kells
    • The Guinness Storehouse
    • Dublin "The Fair City"
  • The West

    • Lissadell House & Gardens
    • W.B. Yeats Grave (Drumcliff)
    • Galway "City of the Tribes"
    • Clonmacnoise Monastery
  • Donegal

    • Glenveagh Castle
    • Glenveagh National Park
  • Derry

    • Fortified Walled City of Derry/Londonderry Tour
    • Giants Causeway
  • Belfast

    • Belfast City Tour
    • See The Murals Of Belfast
    • The Titanic Experience
  • Newgrange

    • 5,200 Year Old Newgrange
    • Boyne Valley
Benbulben Mountain, County Sligo Benbulben Mountain, County Sligo

My trip to Ireland was an absolute dream come true and it wouldn't have been half of what it was if not for My Ireland Tour.

Sydney Looney, October 2018

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Why our Mini group sizes are better for you

We offer two types of tour sizes: Small Group Tours (limited to 26 passengers) and Mini Group Tours (limited to 8 passengers and adults only).

Our Mini Group tours offer a stark contrast to some comparable tours with other companies, which can have have around 50 people per tour. So we thought we should take a minute to explain why we've designed tours limit to such small groups.

Our Mini Group Tours offer the ultimate in a personal experience of Ireland. For those who want to really get up close and personal with all the experiences Ireland has to offer. From local culture to hidden vistas, to experience everything first hand in your own bespoke experience of every place you stop.

The Difference a Mini Group Group Makes to you:
More Personal Attention

With such a small party your driver-guide gets the chance to really know you and understand your interests, allow you to really experience the bits of Ireland that interest you most.

Adults Only

We all love children. But sometimes it's nice to enjoy a little quiet time without them. That's why our Mini Group tours are for people 18 years old and above. The hotels, attractions and other visits will, of course, have an abundance of children but on the coach, at least, you can expect your down time to be that little bit more relaxing.

A close-up personal experience

In such a small party each attraction can offer you a personalised experience, where the guides can focus on the aspects that really appeal to you. Time to delve deeper, time to tailor the experience to you.

Spread Out and Relax

Space to spread out on the coach. Our mini group tours use 9-seater Mercedes-Benz coaches but only sell 8 spaces, giving room for you to spread out.

Go places a large coach cannot

From farm stays to remote locations, the small numbers allow us to go to places a large coach cannot. From hidden locations to unique accommodations, you'll see a side of Ireland only accessible in such a small party.

Speedy Check-ins

Such a small tour group makes an incredibly easy and enjoyable tour experience. Photo stops just take a minute, meals are personal and relaxing, hotel check-ins are a breeze. Enjoy a personalised experience with such a small select group.

Better service for you

Just look at our amazing reviews to see for yourself. Our guests consistently list smaller group sizes among the top reasons why they would book My Ireland Tour again. The smaller numbers mean we can really deliver the best in service and attention throughout your whole experience.

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idyllic Irish Coastline idyllic Irish Coastline

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What sets Ireland apart?

Belfast City

History & Legend

Experience the very epitome of Historic Ireland at your feet at the Giant's Causeway, a landscape formed by volcanic activity somewhere between 50 and 60 millions years ago. Titanic Belfast allows you to delve into the history, creation and doomed destiny of the world's most famous ship; and in Trinity College you will see the famous Book of Kells, a rare glimpse into the world of antiquity. Ireland is a place where the traditions and landscapes of yesteryear lie around every turn.

Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland

Stunning Landscapes

Don't forget your camera! The 8-Day Historic Ireland Mini-Group Tour is a feast for the eyes, with each day of your Historic Ireland tour offering new perspectives of a landscape rivals any for sheer rugged beauty. Witness, from a sheep's eye view, Ireland's ancient and beautiful landscape.

A traditional music night in an Irish Pub

Welcoming Culture

We Irish are known for our friendly outlook and our good wishes of céad míle fáilte - a hundred thousand welcomes. On this Ireland tour, you're invited to meet the Irish people and see their authentic homeland. Travel to the locations of some of Ireland's most awe inspiring geographical features as well as her more modern architectural triumphs.

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What's Included?

This is one of the most inclusive tour of Ireland packages available anywhere in Ireland. Click below to find out just how much is included in the price.

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Will the tour run?

Yes. Our “8-Day Historic Ireland Mini-Group Tour” are guaranteed. Unlike many rivals there are no minimum numbers for the tours to go ahead. Rest assured: we do not cancel tours or change dates.

Prices & Availability 8-Day Historic Ireland Mini-Group Tour 2019

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Arrival Departure Price Per Person Availability
Thu 20 Jun 2019 Thu 27 Jun 2019 - fully booked
Thu 22 Aug 2019 Thu 29 Aug 2019 € 2290 Spaces Available - Book Now!
Thu 05 Sep 2019 Thu 12 Sep 2019 - fully booked

The Deposit for the Historic Ireland Mini-Group Tour 2019 is €450 per person
The Single Occupancy Supplement is €545

Paying for your Escorted Tour of Ireland

Payment Information

  • Balance Payments: The full balance is due 60 days before your tour.
  • Currency: All payments are in Euros.
  • Credit Cards & Fees: We do not charge any fees for paying by credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
  • Children's Rate: Children ages 8 yrs - 17 yrs inclusive receive a 10% discount on the prices. Children must share a room with a least 1 adult. Our tours do not cater for children 7 yrs or younger. You must be 18 or over to travel on our Mini-Group Tours.

Find your Way Around


The General Post Office

The General Post Office of Ireland The General Post Office of Ireland

The General Post Office of Ireland had many homes before finally settling on its current location of O'Connell Street, on January 6th 1818. It is most famous for housing the Irish Rebels during the Easter Rising of 1916.

The building was destroyed by fire during the uprising and was left unattended until the Irish Free State government set about restoring it. The General Post Office now acts as a visitor centre and sheds an amazing light on some of Ireland's darkest days and the country it was to become.