Corporate Transfer Services
Knowing this, we ensure that on every transfer that our corporate clients take there is WiFi available to them to enable them to complete their work efficiently. We also ensure that each vehicle is stocked with complimentary bottled water. This coupled with our professional drivers ensure that each transfer we undertake with our corporate customers ensure that our clients return to use the services of Connemara Chauffeurs time and time again.
Contact us to discuss our Corporate Transfer Services
Whether you wish for just a once off or occasional corporate transfer we would be delighted to hear from you. If you wish to open a Corporate Account this is something we would be delighted to do for you as well. Call us today on 087 326 8019 or fill out the contact form below and lets discuss how Connemara Chauffeurs can help you.
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More than just a Connemara Chauffeur Service
Rest assured that all our drivers are fully insured and licensed by the National Transport Authority of Ireland. All drivers have years of SPSV experience and have a thorough knowledge of routes and roads so that you can concentrate on more pressing matters.
Wild Atlantic Way
What is the Wild Atlantic Way? It is a 2500km (approximately 1500 miles) of a coastal route along Irelands West Coast, taking in fantastic scenic drives, cultural and heritage sites and much much more. Click here for more information on Irelands Wild Atlantic Way.
Irelands Hidden Heartlands
Irelands Hidden Heartland is exactly as it sounds – hidden gems from the heart of Ireland. With so many great attractions around Irelands coastline, north, south, east and west, one can be forgiven for not giving the attention that this region of Ireland deserves. Click Here for more information on Irelands Hidden Heartlands
Irelands Ancient East
When we Irelands Ancient East we really mean ancient where some are sites are older than the Pyramids! Ireland is steeped in history and you can experience it all on Irelands East coast. Click here for more information on Irelands Ancient East