Self Drive Hire
Want to step behind the wheel in a vintage car you have always dreamed about, we have you covered with a wide range of classic cars for you to drive.
We offer a pickup service at our office in Glenbeigh, where you can leave your own car with guaranteed secure parking or also avail of our drop off and pick up service (supplement charges will apply outside a 15km radius).
Along with your self drive classic car hire, we also offer a list of optional extras that we are very happy to arrange for you on the day should you want to surprise your significant other with something they were not expecting (even if its something that’s not listed below).
- Red Carpet
- Personalised Gifts
- 1 Hour Photography Session
- Picnic Basket
Self Drive Inventory
MG Midget (1967)
The MG Midget is a small […]
MGB Roadster (1971)
The MGB is a two-door sports […]
Daimler 250 (1968)
1968 Daimler 250 V8 (automatic) […]
Alfa 1600 Spider (1963)
The 101 Series Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider […]
Austin Healey 3000 (1963)
There is no doubt the VW […]
Mini Cooper 325
Red with Black roof – Original Period […]
Mercedes 350SL Cabriolet (1977)
Our “Silver Arrow” gets looks and […]
MGB Roadster (1974)
Bright Fire Brigade Red, Black Soft […]
MGB Roadster (1972)
British Racing Green with Tan interior […]
Top Picnic Spots
This adoring picnic spot is set on 32 acres of spectacular gardens. Hidden pathways and secret glades give way to the lake & mountains beyond.
While touring around Caragh Lake and the surrounding area this place is one of the truly hidden gems, that only the locals will know until now. We love sharing all these hidden parts with you in this beautiful area.
Glanleam Beach, Valentia Island, Co Kerry, is best known for its “stunning views and refreshing” water.
The beach disappears at high tide, it has an intimate and a rather romantic feel to it when sitting out having your picnic and looking out over onto Valentia lighthouse and the surrounding parts that make this place so quietly unique.
This majestic trail is in Castlegregory as you are travelling to Dingle from Tralee it is extremely well sign posted however, taken you off the beaten track, you will literally feel like you are in a story book when you arrive here, it is so beautifully quiet.
From Waterfalls and lakes to woodlands and mountains, Glanteenassig Wood is a little secret gem hidden in a valley of the Slieve Mish Mountains.
Torc Waterfall is well worth visiting and like all waterfalls it is best seen after heavy rains (no problem here in Kerry!). Torc waterfall is a 5 minute walk off the N71 Killarney Kenmare road through scenic woodland. The waterfall is some 70 to 80 feet high and the Owengarriff river which feeds it rises in “The Devil’s Punchbowl” on nearby Mangerton mountain.
If you want a good viewing point of the lakes and that perfect picnic spot then push yourself a little further and climb the 100 or so steps immediately to the left of the waterfall to get some excellent views of the lakes, there are so many Kodak moments not to be missed.
Geokaun Mountain & Cliffs offer breath-taking views across Dingle Bay, the Kerry Mountains and the seemingly endless Atlantic Ocean. Giving you the perfect picnic stop at the Foger Cliffs, you can quite literally sit there for hours listening to the sound of the waves crashing against the ocean.
This small but secluded beach with jagged cliffs and views of the basket islands is to be admired.
There are so many different reasons to visit this beauty, it became one of the most famous iconic beaches with the filming of Ryans daughter so put yourself in Robert Mitchum and Sarah Milles’ shoes and walk down the winding road and take a step back in time and revisit and behind the scenes of Ryans Daughters.
For all you Star Wars trilogy fans, there were two important scenes were filmed at Dunmore Head, the westernmost part of the Dingle Peninsula.