Our Tours

/Our Tours
  • Learning to set dance, play the bodhran or tin whistle, or sing Irish traditional songs. Spend six mornings of your trip at the Joe Mooney Summer School where you will have tremendous fun in whatever of these classes you choose. We’ve taken classes and so believe us, you’ll enjoy them. You’ll meet people from Leitrim, other parts of Ireland and across the globe. Scroll down for the full details of the trip.
  • Easter March 24 – April 3, 2016

    Join fellow walkers from County Leitrim and further afield as we tramp over the hills of north Leitrim over the Easter weekend. North Leitrim Glens Walking Festival is a well-established event organised by the Hole Soles Walking Club and is the perfect way to get off the beaten track and see a part of Ireland well off the tourist trail.
  • 2016 is an important centenary in Irish history. Trace the roots of Irish independence, from the Mayo of Michael Davit, an inspirational leader of the Land League whose story could be the basis of a block-buster film, to the aristocratic home of Countess Markeviecz (Gore-Booth), to the Sligo birthplace and burial ground of one of the Uprising’s youngest volunteers, Martin Savage and on to the birthplace of Jimmy Gralton, the only Irishman deported from Ireland by the Free State who has been the basis of a film by acclaimed film maker Ken Loach.
  •   Ireland is known throughout the world for its literary tradition, which is celebrated throughout Ireland through a vibrant local amateur dramatic scene. Join us for a week of the best of Irish amateur dramatics in the village of Kiltyclogher with the annual Kiltyclogher Drama Festival. You’ll be introduced to the regular attendees and be a part of the local scene as you attend each of the dramas, many of which would not be out of place in professional theatre companies. The setting is sublime. The culture is rich. The company is unforgettable.