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A Taste of the Country - A Good Food Tour of Ireland
Enjoy the ambience of lavish hotels and pretty country inns, with a self drive car to explore the wild and beautiful Ireland. Savor Irish farmhouse cheeses, locally sourced food in traditional and original recipes, fish picked from local waters and even delicious and wholesome grub from a character filled pub. A bit of luxury, history, charm and hospitality all in one.

A highlight of any vacation is finding unique places to stay, and to eat. Of course, every region has its special customs, cultures, foods and styles. Capture the flavor by discovering Ireland in a most civilized manner staying at luxury old world style manor houses and country homes, with a coveted list of food purveyors, provided by Ireland experts at Lynott Tours.

Their recommendations offer insight and a wealth of specialized knowledge. All of the chosen accommodations are of outstanding character and charm, and some are of architectural or historical importance. All create fine food experiences.

Lynott Tours good food tour of Ireland includes elegant stays at country manors, inns and hotels, a self drive car with unlimited mileage, sumptuous breakfasts daily, all taxes (VAT) and service charges, and most importantly, our list of recommended restaurants and artisan food producers. You might include some special features like a fly fishing class, visits to a smokehouse, Irish whiskey tastings, or even a car and driver to do the hard work, while you take in the beautiful countryside.

When you want to combine your love of fabulous food with outstanding hotels and inns, a gourmet Ireland vacation is the only choice. Lynott Tours can recommend itineraries or you can create your own, including artisan cheesemakers (such as Gubbeen and Durrus), bakeries, cooking schools and classes, the local Slow Food chapters, and gourmet dining experiences. Each driving itinerary can be custom designed just for you.

If you prefer, you may travel with a car and driver, providing his own specialized knowledge of the loal area, In keeping with the status of the service that we offer, our fleet consists of luxury Mercedes S and E Class Sedans, Mercedes Limousines, and MPV's of varying sizes all maintained to the highest level of comfort and style. Each vehicle is equipped with air conditioning, mobile phone, current day newspapers and bottled water as standard.

Our chauffeurs are fully uniformed and of the highest calibre. They have an average of 20 years experience. They are informed, dependable and are trained to operate with the utmost discretion and courtesy. We are confident that the standard of service provided by our chauffeurs is second to none.
About the Author
Ellen McNulty is President of Lynott Tours, www.lynotttours.com. Ellen has been to Ireland and the UK more than 100 times.
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