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Chauffeur Services & Excursions

Troy Chauffeurs team have over 20 years’ experience providing a professional chauffeur service and we are renowned for delivering luxury travel.

They have highly qualified and experienced drivers who provide the very best in modern executive vehicles.

Their quality assured services are supported by a dedicated backroom team and all of their vehicles are tracked and monitored in real time using cutting edge technology.

Over two decades of experience has showed them theat their strengths lie in providing first class transport solutions with a personal touch. They continue to deliver a professional service to all of their clients.

We partner with one of Ireland’s premier Chauffeur Companies. Troy Chauffeurs Services Ltd. is a 100% privately owned Irish company based in the Mid-West Of Ireland, but provides a comprehensive Nationwide Service.

We can organise an Executive Chauffeur Services for both Leisure and Corporate clients. If you require luxurious transport while in Limerick, they can arrange airport pickup, business meeting transfers or more relaxed touring needs.

They offer a modern, ultra-safe fleet of vehicles including Mercedes Saloon, MPV and X-clusive Mercedes Sprinter Coaches, with full air con, DVD and big windows, and have 6, 8, 11,16, 24, 30, 34, 38-seat vehicles all of which are fully licenced and insured.

Troy Touring

They are regularly asked for advice on planning bespoke tours. You can keep it traditional or you can make it offbeat – you decide – that’s what is great about bespoke tours. You can plan it and Troy Chauffeurs are flexible to your requirements. The team at Troy Chauffeurs are here to work with you in building the perfect bespoke tour.

They offer excursions to Adare, Ballina/Killaloe, Foynes Flying Boat Muesum, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Cliffs of Moher Experience Centre, The Burren National Park, all parkland and links Golf Clubs, Aillwee Caves, Blarney Castle and Cork English Markets - to name a few.

Our expertise includes:

  • Guided chauffeur tours of Ireland
  • Shore excursion & day trips
  • Airport & nationwide transfers
  • Conference transport management
  • Golf excursions
  • Corporate & luxury hotel accounts
  • Wedding cars
  • Airport Transfers - Dublin, Shannon, Kerry & Cork airports


Troy Chauffeurs can arrange a meet and greet at any national airport by a courteous and friendly chauffeur driver, who will transfer you to your next destination in a luxury vehicle.

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Telephone: +353 61 333366
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Suggested Half Day Tours

1. Cliffs of Moher

Limerick is ideally situated in the Mid-West of Ireland making it easy to visit the Cliffs of Moher which is only 1 hour and 20mins from the Limerick Strand Hotel. Vehicle capacities are ; 1-3 people (Mercedes Saloon), 3-7 people (Mercedes MPV) and 1-16 people (Mercedes Sprinter Coaches).

Suggested Tour itinerary

8:30 am - Depart Limerick Strand to arrive in the Cliff of Moher before 10:00 am which is the optimum time to visit as the peak times are between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm during the high season.
To fully appreciate all the Cliffs has to offer, a two-hour visit is recommended.
12:00 pm - Depart Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre for Limerick Strand.
1:30 pm - Arrive Limerick Strand Hotel.


2. Ballina/Killaloe

It is only 30 minutess drive to the twin towns of Ballina and Killaloe which are renowned for their picturesque attractions on the river Shannon which divides the towns.  Both towns linked by a 13 arch bridge which also linked the counties of Tipperary (Ballina) and Clare (Killaloe).

Suggested Tour itinerary
09:30 am -Depart of Limerick Strand to arrive in Killaloe for 1000hrs for a browse of the busy cafés and shops or take a tour of St. Flannan's Cathedral which is one of the highlights in Killaloe rich medieval history . Tours of the bell tower are available by prior arrangement at a cost of €2 per person. 
11:30 am -Depart Killaloe just over the arch bridge to Ballina quays for the river Cruises which depart at midday. The river cruisers offer daily one hour tours of the River Shannon and Lough Derg.
The tour cruises north along the River Shannon and Lough Derg and then returns one hour later to Ballina to meet our vehicle.
1:00 pm – Depart Ballina/Killaloe for Limerick Strand Hotel
1:30 pm – Arrive Limerick Strand Hotel.


3. Limerick City and Adare Village

Over 800 years of history in only 800 yards from the Limerick Strand Hotel from where our Driver-guide will share all of Limerick’s rich medieval History. There is a lot to see in Limerick City and our Driver-guide can give you the express tour around Limerick’s Medieval and Georgian quarters before driving for Limerick Heritage Village, Adare.

Suggested Tour itinerary

9:30 am -Depart Limerick Strand stopping briefly at Treaty Stone, King John’s Castle, St. Marys Cathedral, Hunt Museum.
11:00 am - Depart Potato Market for Limerick’s Georgian Quarter visiting the Frank McCourt Museum and Art Gallery in Perry Square.
12:00 pm - Depart Perry Square for Adare Heritage Centre, Adare Village.
Lots of small shops and cafes in Adare make this village one of Limerick’s more popular tourist stop.
Beautiful old thatch cottages line the main street which are pretty and colourful and make for good photo opportunities. Also, a good option for picking up travel gifts as Adare has many small boutiques throughout the village.
1:30 pm -Depart Adare for Limerick Strand Hotel.   
2:00 pm - Arrive Limerick Strand Hotel

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Suggested Full Day Tours

1. Cliffs of Moher and Burren National Park Day Tour

9:00 am - Depart Limerick Strand for The Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience which is located less than two hours away by car or coach.

The Vistor centre itself is midway along these spectacular cliffs and is home to an environmentally friendly visitor centre set into the hillside. There is a lot to see and do in the Cliffs with O’Brien’s Tower – a 19th century viewing tower, 800 metres of protected cliff side pathways, viewing areas and steps, therefore it is recommended that a two hour visit here is a must.

1:00 pm - Depart Cliffs for Lunch in Liscannor which is only 5 minutes drive from the visitor centre.

2:00 pm – Depart Liscannor, after lunch leaving Liscannor of Doolin Village for The Burren and Aliwee Caves which are located in the southeastern corner of the Burren and is approximately 1500 hectares in size. The Park land was bought by the Government for nature conservation and public access. It contains examples of all the major habitats within the Burren: Limestone Pavement, Calcareous Grassland, Hazel scrub, Ash/Hazel Woodland, Turloughs, Lakes, Petrifying Springs, Cliffs and Fen.

After a visit to the Caves and a drive through the Burren suggested visits to the Poulnabrone Dolmen which is one of Ireland’s most iconic archaeological monuments and is the second most visited location in the Burren after the Cliffs of Moher. It is the oldest dated megalithic monument in Ireland.


A visit to the Perfumery in the Burren.

The word "Burren" comes from an Irish word "Boíreann" meaning a rocky place. This is an extremely appropriate name when you consider the lack of soil cover and the extent of exposed Limestone Pavement. However, it has been referred to in the past as "Fertile rock" due to the mixture of nutrient rich herb and floral species.

Which is a good reason to visit the Perfumery as they make perfumes and cosmetics inspired by the landscape and aim to be better than leading brand as their products are make from local natural products.

4:00 pm - Depart for Limerick Strand back through Corofin and Ennis town before arriving in Limerick for 4:00 pm approx.


2. Killarney Tour and Muckross House Gardens

9:00 am - Depart from Limerick Strand for Killarney with the first stop in Adare village only 25mins drive away. As Adare is on-route for Killarney it would be a shame not to stop for pictures and coffee in one of Ireland’s prettiest heritage village.

10:00 am - Depart Adare for Killarney approximately 2 hours’ drive and arriving just before lunch with is just enough time to have a look around the shops in this busy town.

After lunch you can explore Killarney’s National Park and Muckross House which is located approximately 6km (3.6 miles) from Killarney town centre, Muckross House and Gardens represent the focal point and nucleus of Killarney National Park. This is Ireland's oldest National Park and it includes the world-famous Lakes of Killarney, as well as the mountains and woodlands that surround them.

Motor vehicles are not allowed inside the Park so walking or using the local Jaunting Cars is the only way to explore the Park. The Jaunting car is an absolutely unique way of touring the National Park; perfect for families and those less able bodied who wish to see the sight without having to take the route on foot.

Various Tours available:

·         Muckross House & Gardens – From here you can tour Muckross Abbey, Muckross House and the glorious Torc Waterfall

·         Torc Waterfall – From here the jaunting car will take you around Muckross Gardens and Lakes

·         Gap of Dunloe – If you are doing the gap of Dunloe tour, the Jaunting Car will bring you from the base of the gap, to the top and down the other side,                  residing at Kate Kearney’s Cottage.

4:00 pm - Depart Killarney for Limerick Strand.

6:00pm - Arrive Limerick Strand approx.


3. Blarney Castle, Cork City and Cobh

For over 200 years people have travelled to Cork’s Blarney Castle to Kiss the famous Blarney Stone.

You too can  join the millions of pilgrims and climb the steps to kiss the Blarney Stone and gain the gift of eloquence or locally known as the gift of the gab!

Luckily the journey time to visit Blarney Castle and Gardens is only 1 hour & 30minutes drive and it is well worth getting there early as this attraction can be very busy in the peak times between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm.

Suggested Tour itinerary

8.30 am -Depart Limerick Strand Hotel for Blarney Castle and Gardens, County Cork.

10:00 am - Arrive Blarney Castle for Castle and gardens tour. Two to three hours are needed here as there is lots to see and do in the Castle Grounds and Blarney Village..

1:00 pm - Depart Blarney for Cork City and English Markets.

1.30pm - Arrive Cork City for a walk through the famous English Market Situated in the heart of Cork City, the English Market is a roofed food market and has been trading since 1788. The Market is one of the oldest municipal markets of its kind in the world and has had many famous visitors including the British Royal Family. HM Queen Elizabeth II visited Cork's English Market on the final day of her Irish visit in 2011 where she met traders and staff at the market, which is now one of Cork city's top tourist attractions. Also, a great place to grab a spot of lunch.

2.30 pm – Depart Cork City for Cobh, County Cork

3:00 pm – Arrive in Cobh for the Titanic Experience. Between 1848 and 1950, over 6 million Irish men, women and children immigrated from Ireland of which 2.5 million departure from Cobh.

Cobh was one of the most important port for Irish immigrates and the last stop for the ill fated Titanic.

4:30 pm - Depart Cobh for Limerick Strand, Limerick City

6:00 pm -Arrive in Limerick Strand Hotel

Contact details:
Telephone: +353 61 333366
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