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People to Places in Comfort & Style

International Clients

Luxury Coach & Bus Hire

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Tours - Nationwide Coach and Bus Tours

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Bernard Kavanagh & Sons have many years experience with International visitors to Ireland, we understand their expectations and we aim to surpass them! We know that for group leaders and group organisers it can be a stressful time and we try to make their trip as efficient and enjoyable as possible.

We don't limit our client to specific coach tour Itineraries, we are as flexible as possible. We will advise you on good places to visit, hotels to stay and restaurants to eat depending on the requirements of your group. We can help plan your tour to Ireland so it is a trip to remember.

We deal with sports teams, college groups, International bands and music groups (many who come to Ireland for St. Patrick's Day), golf groups, Irish-American groups coming to trace their roots, and many groups of all ages.

bkav_15.pngSome suggested places to consider are the following:

  • The Ring of Kerry
  • Dublin City Tour
  • Glendalough and Wicklow
  • Cork City and West Cork
  • The Burren and Connemara
  • The Giants Causeway
  • Shannon Cruise

But there are many more hidden gems that are worth a visit on your tour. This is why we like to talk directly to the tour organiser to find out what the interest of the group is.

Contact Us  

Bernard Kavanagh & Sons Ltd.
Bridge Garage
Urlingford
Co. Kilkenny
Ireland

Tel: +353 (0) 56 8831189
Fax: +353 (0) 56 8831314
Email: info(at)bkavcoaches.com


 

"I would like to extend a hearty thank you for one of the best vacations I have ever had! The group was blessed with a brand new bus, wonderful weather, and the best possible bus driver/tour guide. Our driver added so much to the trip with his stories, wit and knowledge about his country. He was a true professional who accommodated our every wish and concern, and his pride in his country was very apparent. Anyone travelling to Ireland would be lucky to have him driving their bus."

Mary Tighe Hyman, USA.