Cashel Travel is an incoming tour operator and DMC with its head office in Edinburgh, offices in London, Manchester, and representation in Ireland. Handling over 20,000 international clients annually, they look after incentive groups, conferences, group tours, and individuals. They pride themselves on their expertise at organising customised tour packages that offer much more than those you can get ‘off the shelf’. They are more than happy to help with any request – the more unusual or challenging the better. They are one of the most respected companies in the business with a staff of multilingual travel experts who, between them, have many years experience working in UK and Irish tourism.
39 Commercial Street
EH6 6JD, Edinburgh
A historic land of mountains and stunning wilderness
Scotland is not only known for its beautiful and historic cities and towns, but also for the majestic Highlands where cities give way to sublime mountains and unspoiled landscapes. It is full of things to see and do, which can include anything from a visit to the Isle of Skye or Loch Lomond, a golfing trip in St. Andrews, to a more active pursuit like kayaking or canyoning.
A smallish island with a memorable punch
From Europe’s largest green space to the longest defined coastal touring route in the world, Ireland is a country brimming with fun and fascinating ways to spend your days. Discover the right mountain to climb, a painting to pore over, a sports team to cheer on, or whatever else takes your fancy.
Eccentric, exhilarating and endlessly intriguing
With some of the most famous landmarks in the world, from the picturesque town of Cambridge to the towering majesty of Stonehenge, England is rich in a variety of stunning landscapes, historic buildings and delicious dining. This great range means that your visit can include everything from a trip to Oxford, a visit to the beautiful Lake District or something more adventurous like rock climbing, gliding and canyoning.
Rich in history and outstanding scenery
From the vibrant Cardiff to the historic streets of Aberystwyth, Wales’ cities have the best sightseeing for all to enjoy. Wales’s culture is vibrant, boasting a rich heritage of music, folklore and history to be sampled in its pubs, museums and castles. In many towns and villages, locals speak Welsh, as well as English. The small population of just over 3 million people means the beautiful countryside is unspoilt.