We recognise that incentive travel is a key method of rewarding, incentivising, thanking and entertaining clients and their staff. Our passion for developing customised events that deliver over and above these expectations has made us one of Ireland's leading incentive providers.
The uniqueness of our venue set on an Irish family farm and supported by an experienced management team ensures the delivery of the most memorable incentive programmes to many of the world's top clients.
One of our strengths is our creativity in reaching inside the minds and hearts of our clients so that we work together to realise the ultimate experience for their people.
So, awaken your senses and join us on a journey where you thought it was never possible to go and together let us push back the boundaries of experience.
The Orchard Centre’s pioneering activity exercises are focused on the integration of fun activities with a structured programme that provides a real return for companies.
These programmes can be run for large and small groups, both on site and off site and provide a range of fun and challenging team activities.
A celebration of the richness of Ireland’s traditions can be experienced in this truly fascinating and interactive programme. The Orchard Centre has tapped into local crafts people who delight in sharing with our guests their unique crafts. We want our guests to relive the culture of the countryside and be absorbed in a truly memorable experience.
The Orchard Centre’s facilities, the natural environment and an experienced team of creative individuals are the ingredients that have earned us the reputation of being the ‘wow’ people in promotional event management. We recognise that our underlying principles are providing quality products and services to our clients.
The Orchard Centre provides the ultimate Irish Incentive by re-enacting a traditional village Fair Day in the late 1930's. The essence of a nation and the thing that distinguishes it from other nations is the vibrancy of its culture and traditions. Hearken back to the year 1938 to open the window on what Ireland and the Irish are all about.