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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We’ll use our special rates to help you get more! With its picturesque seaside villages, cosy traditional Irish pubs and authentic …


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

About Ed

My name is Ed short for Edgar. Mixed blood of Latvian and Ireland
I have lived in Mullingar town for most of my life. Traveling around the country is my favorite pass time activity, I have been to many places, and love to explore all the nooks & crannies of Ireland. The beauty of Ireland's landscape is unbelievable sometimes you feel like in a different country. From the serenity of the walk at Glendalough to the humbling feeling of being beside Cliffs of Moher is truly amazing to experience.
When I travel throughout Ireland the hospitality is the one thing that stood out most! Cork is my personal favourite as the people are so nice and welcoming my highlight was the Titanic experience where you feel like one of the passengers who are about to board the ship from the heartbreak pier that still stands to this day.
In Ireland you will always get the warmest welcome in any B&B. My other hobbies are cooking horse riding and fishing. I can’t wait to share the experiences with you for your Trip of a lifetime to this amazing Green Isle.
Sláinte (Cheers)

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About Donna

Hey, my name is Donna and I'm from the town of Mullingar in the Heart of Ireland.

One of my passions is exploring and from my experience, Ireland is a beautiful country to explore. I have so many recommendations but for newcomers to Ireland I definitely opt to send you to Westport for Croagh Patrick & Clew Bay, perfect for hiking scenery and beautiful seafood, 

My favorite place in Ireland is Galway City - I love going for a meal with my friends, followed by a stroll down the cobbled streets, before popping into one of the Traditional Irish Pubs like  An Púcan.

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About Rita

Hi, I’m Rita and I am living in Kilkenny, the Marble city.

Born in Portugal, I fell in love with Ireland from the moment I landed here. I intended to stay for 6 months, and 6 years after I just cannot imagine my life without the Irish ‘craic’. 

Working in Events & Tourism for the last years has been so rewarding - bringing people to see all the magical, undiscovered spots in this country is what I wake up for every day. I have made memories that will last a lifetime, and I work towards creating the same experiences for others visiting the Emerald island. 

My favourite place in Ireland is probably the Dingle Peninsula, where bumpy roads bring the Atlantic ocean and green mountains together. The seafood is just as brilliant as the landscape, which I couldn’t forget to mention, being the foodie that I am!

You could say I am biased when I pick Kilkenny as one of my other top spots - I just can’t get enough of this lively mediaeval city branded by its hospitality.

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About Tina

Hi my name is TinaMarie, I have been working in Travel for over 15 years now and still love it as much as when I just started. There is something very special about bringing people to Ireland because we live here we take pride in our wonderful little country and want the whole world to experience what we are lucky enough to have on our doorstep.

Without a shadow of a doubt my favourite county and city in Ireland is Galway simply due to the dual aspect living you can have in this area the beauty and serenity of the Connemara countryside and the diverse cultural living of Galway city. Come and see firsthand how friendly and welcoming the Irish people are , Stop waiting and make the trip of a lifetime!

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About Sinéad

Hey! My name is Sinéad. I'm from Longford, the heart of the midlands. I'm a countryside girl at heart, depsite living in the capital for a few years while studying. I love the hustle bustle of Dublin city centre, there's always so much going on and so much to do. Although, you can't beat the tranquility of the Irish countryside in my opinion!

Apart from my hometown, one of my favorite place in Ireland has got to be 'The Kingdom' (Kerry). The scenery is just unparalleled. From the idyllic wild Atlantic coasts to our selection of well-known mountain ranges, and everything in between. The ring of Kerry is definitely a must see, the nightlife is pretty great too!!

On my weekends I love to cheer on my local Gaelic football teams. I'd definitely recommend catching a GAA match on your travels!

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About Jessica

Hi, my name is Jessica,

I'm from the town of Mullingar, known as the hidden heartlands of Ireland. Travel is my passion, every weekend I try to visit a few different counties here in Ireland and also explore new and exciting countries. Unfortunately there is just not enough time to visit everywhere I want too on our beautiful island of Ireland, Naturally the next best thing is to help make others dreams come true with the trip of a lifetime to our fair isle!

My two favorite places in Ireland is Galway and Kerry. They are full of great culture, food, scenery, and of course many traditional Irish pubs!! There is always a great lively buzz no matter what time of year you visit.

I look forward to working with many of you in the near future to offer my knowledge, guidance and support for your trip of a lifetime.

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About Ronan


My name is Ronan and I'm from Mullingar (the heart of the Midlands). I have a passion for travelling and have been all over the world. However, my most favourite place in the world is the west of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way. From seeing Basking sharks in Keem bay in Achill Island (Mayo), to having a lovely relaxing pint of Guinness in Salthill in Galway, to taking in the majestic Cliffs of Moher in Clare and kayaking alongside dolphins in Dingle bay (Kerry) - it's all just amazing. Oh, and not to forget the delicious Skellig chocolates while looking out at Skellig Michaeal in Kerry, yum!

I love all things sport and food - when I'm not travelling around Ireland I'm cooking up a storm in the kitchen and watching some local GAA (our national sport). I can't wait to help you out and make your trip to Ireland, the trip of a lifetime!

Céad mile fáilte mo chara - (A thousand welcomes my friend).

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