I am sure you have lots of questions and I would love to answer them for you but… I haven’t spoken to you. I’ll do my best to be as helpful as possible. Just contact us on our toll-free line 1-800-686-5645 if you have any queries.
A: Contact your credit card company- Many credit card companies will block international transactions without your authorization. Contact the at least 2 weeks prior to your honeymoon. Don’t forget to ask about international conversion fees.
A: Around June/July/August temperatures hit 74 fahrenheit – But there are variables… Are you on a strict budget? It is worth knowing that during those 3 months hotels and rentals are in their peak-season. Meaning some things are more expensive. The summer months have very long daylight hours- on June 21st; until 11pm.
There is always a chance of rain in Ireland. But sunshine is never far away. Check out www.met.ie for up-to-date details.
St. Patrick’s Day
May Bank Holiday
June Bank Holiday
August Bank Holiday
October Bank Holiday
A: Some tips- Contact everywhere you have booked to ensure there are no issues. Put all your travel documents in a safe upon your arrival. Irish plugs are 220v so buy a few 3-pin adapter plugs. Tell people you are on your honeymoon and bring your marriage certificate. You never know what upgrade you might get.
A: If you are at a seated table- around 10%
A: Use a honeymoon registry- Your guests can purchase a part of your dream honeymoon as a wedding present and help you get those little extras that will make your honeymoon trip truly special.
A: As we know this changes constantly but this is what it is now- (1 of your currency into Euro)
A: Generally we use our own produce and they are often locally sourced! Traditional Irish breakfast includes; bacon, sausage, black pudding, egg, toast and tomato. Not to worry, you can expect to find every kind of cuisine here.
A: Yes of course! Bring a copy of your marriage certificate as proof.
A: The earlier the better, around 9-12 months in advance. Don’t wait too long after the wedding because some places only offer honeymoon services if you got married within 6 months.
A: Simple, contact us and we’ll arrange everything.
A: Luckily there are no mosquitoes in Ireland. There are few disease riddled animals in comparison to exotic parts of the world. There aren’t any wild snakes with deadly venom… phew!
A: Yes, you need a valid passport and visa. Don’t pack it in your suitcase. You’ll need it upon arrival in Ireland. It is a good idea to photocopy it just incase of loss or theft.
A: Do it in the banks or post office because the exchange rate may be less favorable in hotels. European notes are different colours. They range from €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 €500.
A: A wide variety of clothes and accessories, shops may arrange to ship out your purchases if you cannot carry them home. Most shops accept credit cards and opening hours are usually from 9:00am to 5:30 – 6:30pm. VAT is included in the sales price so you may be able to reclaim the VAT after your honeymoon.
A: Set it to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
A: Usually from 10am to 4:30pm.