“We had the time of our lives. Our daughter, son in law, their teenage children and us. We laughed our way through the entire trip.
Eoin and Sinead are fantastic hosts. We got to see more than four sites a day travelling the length and breadth of the South East seeing Glendalough, Powerscourt Gardens, Wicklow Gap and the famous Johnny Foxes pub, Ireland’s highest—that was just the first day.
Because of the time saved, we got to spend an extra day on the West Coast and an extra evening in Dublin that we hadn’t planned on. Who knew you could fit so much in to a seven day trip?”
“I have no idea what it would have cost us if we hadn’t gone with Home to Home, but a lot. Eoin’s knowledge of the area is astounding. From the moment his foot hit the pedal every morning, he was our private guide and boy can he tell a tale!
By night, they made us feel completely at home. We’re putting Sinead forward for the Michelin Guide! Don’t hesitate. Just go, go, go! You won’t regret it. Ireland is an amazing place. And Wexford is the best part!”
“We wanted to see Kilkenny city and travel around a bit. After that, we had no idea about what we wanted to see in Ireland. Our friends recommended Home to Home. This is literally the way to travel.
My wife and I took our three young children, all under seven on their first trip to Ireland. We would never have found the places: Kia-ora farm, Wells house, Clara Lara Park, Pirates Cove, Kilruddery house, the Viking water tours of Dublin, Tayto Park. I think we hit just about everything we could have over a ten-day period.
I’ll admit, we had some days near the end of the trip where we opted to rest up on the local beaches—the real gems of this stunning area. We had none of the hassle of driving, all of the comforts of a home stay and the kids had the freedom to get up in the morning and play outside in the garden. These guys are set up for families.”