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Guided Walks

 

Wicklow Way

5 Day Guided Walking Holiday in Wicklow
Your five-day holiday includes three guided walks along The Wicklow Way combines easy accessibility with a wide variety of scenic experiences, some of them in truly remote upland areas. They include mountains, upland lakes, steep-sided glacial valleys, fast flowing mountain streams, forests and farmland. The Wicklow Way route is now the most westerly section of the E8 footpath which extends across much of Europe.

7 Day Guided Walking in Wicklow
Enjoy a seven-day holiday which includes five guided walks on the Wicklow Way.

2018 Guided Walking Holidays

All-Inclusive Guided Walking Holidays Start Dates


April: 21-28 April – 5 to 7 day tour


May:  19-26 May – 5 to 7 day tour


June: 23-30 June – 5 to 7 day tour


July:   21-28 July – 5 to 7 day tour


August:  18-25 August – 5 to 7 day tour


September:  22-29 September – 5 to 7 day tour


October:  6-13 October – 5 to 7 day tour


In the event the start dates don’t suit, please contact us and we will adjust where necessary and as far as possible to accommodate.

Prices for fully inclusive Guided walking holidays for 2018

5-day Guided Walking Tour : €970 per person sharing, single room supplement €180.

7-day Guided Walking Tour : €1,350 per person sharing, single room supplement €250.

Discounts for group of 6 or more.

Included in price for 5 or 7-day option:

  • 5 or 7 nights bed and breakfast in approved 4-star Guest-house
  • Packed lunches each day
  • Four-course Evening Meals
  • Transport from arrivals at Dublin Airport or City to Loughdan House
  • Transport to and from your walks daily and for social evenings
  • Your return to Dublin City or Airport
  • Professional local guide

 

“We loved our guided five-day walking holiday at Lough Dan House, which included guided walking by Sean (and, on our first day, by Theresa), as well as a lovely and immaculate room, with a picture window overlooking meadows, hills and sheep; all our meals; and even a pint at the local pubs at the end of some of our walks. Sean is not only amazingly knowledgeable about the area and its inhabitants (both past and present), but cares deeply about the environment. Theresa is so kind that she made a donation to a charitable organization for which I will be participating in a “stair climbing” fundraiser in New York City in October. (Needless to say, the climbing we did on one of our hikes (the Spink) was good preparation for that fundraising event!) The walks were geared to our abilities, included van pickup and drop-off where helpful, and were all different. As for everything else: We enjoyed plentiful breakfasts (smoked salmon, porridge, eggs cooked to order, dried and fresh fruit, yogurt), boxed lunches, and dinners that included such delights as Theresa’s homemade soups, peppers stuffed with goat cheese, tasty salmon, chicken, and lamb, all accompanied by good Chilean wine. After dinner our favorite spot was by the fire in the living room, reading, chatting, and having a hot toddy or Irish whiskey. Other guests were interesting (and included repeat customers). From the moment Sean and Theresa’s son Peter picked us up at Dublin airport to the moment he dropped us off at our Dublin hotel, this was a magical five days and nights. It was our first trip to Ireland but, largely because of Sean and Theresa, we hope to return.”