"No touring season would be complete without a visit to the “Emerald Isle”..."

No touring season would be complete without a visit to the “Emerald Isle” and the West Coast counties of Donegal and Mayo are amongst our favourite in Ireland. The rugged landscape of the Wild Atlantic Way coastline combined with the warm welcome from the locals are just two of the reasons we enjoy touring in this part of the world.
Our tour starts with an early morning ferry crossing from Holyhead into Dublin Port with an arrival into Ireland at mid-day giving us ample time to enjoy the riding roads as we cross the country to County Donegal. We return this year to our hotel on the outskirts of Letterkenny which is ideally located for our planned ride-outs.

County Donegal has been referred to as “the wild child of Ireland” as it is home to stunning scenery, lakes, mountains and spectacular coastline. During our stay we have two ride-outs planned making the most of the roads which curve through the National Park of Glenveagh and along part of the Wild Atlantic coastline. The most northerly point of the country, Malin Head, is just over an hour from our hotel and we will be including a visit to the Slieve League sea cliffs which rank amongst the tallest in Western Europe as they drop 600 metres into Donegal Bay.

Travelling south we will step back in time and visit Glencolumbkille Folk Village, a thatched-roof replica of a rural village offering a glimpse into daily life as it was during past centuries. The museum is perched on a hillside overlooking the sandy curve of Glen Bay Beach. We then ride into County Mayo to stay in the coastal town of Westport at our hotel for three nights overlooking Clew Bay. The hotel has a pool and sauna which you can relax in before dinner. We have two ride-outs organised visiting the Famine Memorial at Croagh Patrick, riding through Lough Doo Pass and along Killary Harbour, Ireland's only fjord. We explore the riding roads through the Connemara National Park taking in views of the “Twelve Pins” of the Connemara mountains and yet more of the coves along the Wild Atlantic Way on Achill Island.

We have a cross country route to Dublin Port for our final day of riding in Ireland and are booked onto a mid-afternoon ferry crossing to Holyhead.

If you would like to join us please go to our Contact Us page.

Highlights of the Tour

- Wild Atlantic Way

- Glenveagh National Park

- Slieve League Cliffs

- Achill Island

- Malin Head – Ireland’s most northerly point

- Lough Doo and Killary Harbour

- The Twelve Pins of Connemara

- Glencolumbkille Folk Village

Other Information

- The tour begins on Thursday 23rd of May with an early morning sailing from Holyhead to Dublin Port. Our return crossing is on the afternoon of Wednesday 29 th of May with an early evening arrival time into Holyhead

- On exiting the Dublin Ferry Port and on return to Dublin on the final day of the tour, we will be using the Dublin Tunnel which carries a toll charge of approximately €3 per motorcycle

- Total mileage for the tour is approximately 1,400 miles

Tour Price

1 Bike - Double / Twin Room

Price Per Person


Deposit at time of booking - £95

2 Bikes - Double / Twin Room

Price Per Person


Deposit at time of booking - £95

Single Occupancy

Price Per Person


Deposit at time of booking - £95

What is included in the price?

  • 6 nights bed & breakfast
  • 6 evening meals
  • StenaLine Ferry crossing Holyhead/Dublin and return *see below
  • Use of the swimming pool and gym at our hotel in Donegal
  • Use of the swimming pool and sauna at our hotel in Mayo
  • Route plans including GPS co-ordinates for key locations
  • Tour co-ordinators - accompanied ride-outs (optional)
  • Corner marking system of navigation
  • *alternative crossings via Belfast are available, however, this would be at an additional cost and you would be required to make your own way to and from our hotels.

  • What is NOT included in the price?

  • Fuel
  • Meals and Drinks (other than detailed above)
  • Tolls if applicable
  • Entrance to Visitor centres, museums etc. (unless stated above)
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Vehicle Breakdown cover