Honeymoon Ireland

Irish Claddagh Ring

Whether you get sun-burnt or something you planned goes wrong because of the language barrier, tropical honeymoons are always a problem at some stage.Why go through all that planning just for something to go wrong? Even better, you can plan and leave the stress of booking down to us, we’re experts for vacations in Ireland and honeymoons! Irish people love taking part in celebrations, and so do hotels. I am sure you’ll be sick of freebies after your honeymoon!

Ireland has the best of both worlds, cities with an electric ‘buzz’, and peaceful countrysides & coastlines that are fairytale in essence that portray Celtic Ireland in a way words can’t.

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Winner of the 2011 ‘World Luxury Spa Award’ and it is clear to see why… it is composed of marble floor & pillars and light blue tiling in the pool.There is a secluded jacuzzi surrounded by lovely green forestry. A combination of Greek style architecture and Celtic doors offers top class luxury.

Muckross House Spa, Co. Kerry

Cliff House Hotel Spa, Co. Wexford

Sloped hills, wonderful cliffs, lakes to mirror the sky – impeccable natural beauty can be witnessed anywhere on the island.

The landscape makes a romance spark into wildfire. The ‘Shepherds Sky’ at dusk evokes the most romantic atmosphere. The charm of the island will rub off on you in no time.

There is beauty scattered all over the island, routes like the Wild Atlantic Way and the Ring of Kerry are overloaded with inspiring landscape.

Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare

It is not all about secluded scenery, there are lots of quirky and romantic towns where the locals love to take part in celebrations.

Examples include Dublin City, Kinsale Town Co. Cork, Galway City and Hook Head Co. Wicklow to name a few.

Kinsale Town, Co. Cork

Kinsale Town, Co. Cork

Galway City

Hook Head, Co. Wicklow

I could not possibly tell you everything you can do while honeymooning in Ireland. ‘The Ultimate Honeymoon Guide’ in the blog section covers as much as possible.There are a diverse variety of romantic things to do. From riding along the canal in a boat, to visiting St. Valentines shrine in Whitefriar Street Church in Dublin, or simply strolling through the city, whatever floats your boat!Much like the Pont des Arts bridge in Paris, the Ha’penny Bridge in Dublin has the same ‘Love Lock’ tradition.

Love Locks’ on the Ha’Penny Bridge, Co. Dublin

The National Botanic Garden in Dublin always has a few love birds flying though, maybe because it is free, but probably because it is beautiful.

National Botanic Garden, Co. Dublin