A Unique Rugby Tour Experience at Gormanston Park Dublin, Ireland
Travel to the ‘Emerald Isle’ on your next rugby tour for a fun packed weekend of rugby, team building, sporting activities and traditional Irish culture when you visit the impressive grounds of Gormanston Park.
Located just 22 miles north of Dublin, you will be based in a scenic 110 acre parkland site boasting a wide variety of sports facilities on site including a gym, indoor sports complex, 18-hole footgolf course and a range of playing pitches ensuring that your young rugby players can access fun activities throughout the tour that are all included within your price.
Dine in the 14th Century castle before enjoying basketball and volleyball evening activities and even get to try your hand at Irish dancing! All of this is offered on Dublin’s doorstep allowing you to explore the Irish Capital and experience the Irish ‘craic’ first hand both on and off the rugby field in a safe and secure environment.
Experience the warmth of an Irish rugby welcome when you are guests of one of the many rugby clubs in the hotbed of Irish Rugby that is Dublin. We have been arranging rugby tours to Ireland for 25 years and have built some fantastic relationships with the local clubs along the way allowing us to provide you with a well matched rugby fixture and a positive rugby experience.
Away from the rugby pitch, the facilities at Gormanston Park are excellent and your tour package is designed to give you access these to enable you to entertain the players in the evenings and on non-match days. Facilities including a gym, indoor sports complex, 18-hole footgolf course and a range of playing pitches will all be available to you ensuring that your young rugby players can access fun activities throughout the time away on Rugby Tour. This combined with a full board meal basis means that everything is taken care for you allowing the coaches and parents to enjoy the experience without having to worry about what you will be doing next.
With Gormanston Park being located just outside of Dublin it is easy to spend time exploring the Irish Capital to take in the many sights of Dublin. There are many varried attractions and sights to visit whilst in Dublin, such as taking a guided Brewery Tour of the Guinness Storehouse and interactive experience with one of Ireland’s most famous exports.
Or a visit to the Aviva Stadium, home of Irish rugby for a stadium tour to get behind the scenes and an insight of what it like to play in a team at the highest level. For something a bit different you could try your hand at Gaelic football and hurling with the Gaelic Games Experience.
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