Tee off from lush landscapes in
Ireland

Private jet charter to Ireland

In Ireland, join us for the craic and encounter the romantic vistas, Celtic culture and welcoming spirit of the Emerald Isle. Ireland is soggy with history, with thousands of years of evolution and endurance recorded in its very landscape. And on an island littered with links courses, there's no better way to experience its landscape (and test your own endurance) than with a golf club in hand—and a freshly poured Guinness waiting at the 19th hole.

Our partnership with B&R gives you access to some of the most exclusive golf courses the Emerald Isle has to offer, with a personal guide to inject its culture into your experience both on and off the green. And with XOJET, book a private jet charter flight along with your package to create an experience that is truly one-of-a-kind.

Day by Day

  • Walk through bogs and alongside loughs, dodge sheep, visit quaint villages and feast on fresh seafood.
  • Tee off at Ballybunion in County Kerry and settle in for a post-round pint in a pub overlooking the wild Atlantic Coast.
  • Weave through castles on the links in Tralee Golf Course.
  • Play 18 holes on the links course where The Quiet Man was filmed, the Connemara Golf Club.
  • Hike into the hills of Southern Connemara, the last stronghold of the Irish language.

Insider Access: Ireland

Time is something not to be wasted, especially when golf is involved. So travel by private helicopter from Dublin directly to renowned course Ballybunion and land on the practice green in time for your tee-off. (Scone optional.)

From The Slow Road, the blog of Butterfield & Robinson

Insider's Guide: Dublin

"Be warned: if you try to complete our list of things to do in Dublin in one day, you may need another vacation just to recover."

Tyler Dillon,
B&R Trip Designer

In Ireland, An Ancestral Adventure

"This notion of returning to my Irish roots has been in my head since I plucked my first four-leaf clover at the age of five.