Guided Tour through the Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough
I can really recommend everyone who likes walks in beautiful nature to contact Beatrice. She is professional in a personal way. I had a fantastic day during my vacation in Ireland. We started at my hotel where I was picked up in Beatrices car. We discussed what would interest me and then she used her knowledge so I could get the most out of the day. First we visited the waterfalls at Powerscourts and walk around there. We stopped at Roundwood, said to be the highest village in the country and got a sandwich for our picnic by the river near to Glendalough. Beatrice took me on a guided tour at the Monastic site and then around the area of the two lakes for a wonderful walk. She really did her best to show me interesting sites and didn´t hesitate to take extra stops by the way and show me beautiful views. She dropped me off in Bray so I could visit the beachwalk and dip my feet into the water. I had the opportunity to see much more with Beatrice and enjoined the professional information and knowledge, the personal company and the beautiful Wicklow scenic walks.
Marie-Louise from Sweden
The Giant’s Grave, Dublin Mountains
We had a great day out on the Dublin Mountains with Beatrice which included a visit to The Giant’s Grave. A truly amazing place hidden away in a circular clearing in a pine forest on the lower slopes of Two Rock Mountain. It is easily accessible on foot. This Neolithic Wedge Tomb is really an incredible sight. Although quite ruinous the Grave still looks impressive and well worth the visit. A hidden treasure.
Mary from Greystones, Ireland