Top Romantic Ideas Chapter 25

Top Romantic Ideas

I talk about this in Chapter 1, and again now – because it is the main purpose of your honeymoon. I have composed a list of some ideas for both of you.

Of course I left out the obvious- intimacy.

Here are 7 romance tips…

Do Silly Things:
It is your honeymoon, so you need not be so serious and conscious about sex. Think about some interesting bedroom games. Have a pillow or a tickle fight with your partner, chase each other around the room, etc.

 

Fine Dining:
Get elaborate and classy. Order the elements of fine dining, like a bottle of an expensive wine or champagne, caviar or lobster or anything exotic. To make the evening even more romantic, make a playlist. The ambiance will definitely get you both in mood for some close dancing as well.

No need to be Elaborate or Original the whole time:
Simple things like watching the sun rise, or set, relax in bed together, try a couples spa treatment, you get the idea. Honeymoon cliches are cliches because they work!

 

Be experimental:
Simple things like watching the sun rise, or set, relax in bed together, try a couples spa treatment, you get the idea. Honeymoon cliches are cliches because they work!

Tell Everyone:
Tell the airline, the hotel, the tour guide. You might get bumped up to first class. Iris people love to share the joy.

 

Make Your Arrival an Occasion:
Plan for a bottle of champagne to be in your hotel room, rose petals around the bedroom, whatever you and your partner like. Hotels like to please honeymooners.

Don’t over schedule:
You’re in an exciting new place, and the temptation to schedule dozens of activities is strong. Resist it. Many honeymooners report that the best part of their honeymoon trip is a daily nap after lunch. After all, there’s no rule that says an afternoon siesta must involve actual sleep!

7 Of The Best Romantic Spots

By now you should know that Ireland is full of pretty towns and jaw dropping landscape. I have left major tourist attractions out. It is so hard to cover them all so here I am going to list off some that I haven’t mentioned yet and some that I have, these are romantic hidden gems:

Westport Town, Co. Mayo

You're in an exciting new place, and the temptation to schedule dozens of activities is strong. Resist it. Many honeymooners report that the best part of their honeymoon trip is a daily nap after lunch. After all, there's no rule that says an afternoon siesta must involve actual sleep!

Caherciveen Town, Co. Kerry

Embedded in Kerry’s beauty, there are cafes and bars around every corner. The town is painted with small colourful shops. You can use Caherciveen as a hub to reflect on your journey through the Ring Of Kerry.

Kinsale Town, Co. Cork

Embedded in Kerry’s beauty, there are cafes and bars around every corner. The town is painted with small colourful shops. You can use Caherciveen as a hub to reflect on your journey through the Ring Of Kerry.

King Johns Castle, Nicholas Street, Co. Limerick

This glorious castle is complemented by its position beside the River Shannon. It gets lit up by orange lights at night - which makes it even more romantic. You are free to stroll through and there is access to the tower which provides a great panoramic view.

Hook Head, Co. Wexford

A lighthouse is situated at the tip. With good weather - the panoramic view, from inside or out of the lighthouse, will make you wish you could propose again!

Lakes of Killarney, Co. Kerry

This is the perfect lovers heaven, green landscapes, mountains and the most spectacular views. It consists of 3 main lakes. The lakes are in a mountain-ringed valley which starts at the Black Valley. Pack a picnic, find the perfect spot and embrace the nature. Afterwards you can travel to the nearby historic landmarks like; Ross Castle, Muckross Abbey and Muckross House.

Skellig Michael, Skellig Islands

Skellig Michael is the only one of the islands which allows visitors. It is secluded and away from the world! there is no shelter or stores so I recommend that you bring everything you’ll need. It is a heaven for bird-watching and sometimes sea dogs come ashore. Sit back and relax on a private island for a while.

Top Sample Tours

Of course we will personalise tours to your liking but here are some sample tours for you to consider. Including the prices and without having to spend a penny more than arranged! Go Irish Tours can be fully personalised.

Tour the Wild Atlantic Way:
This 12 day tour costs from €695 / $769 and you’ll get to see everything the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer. Including tours like the Guinness Storehouse & Newgrange and spots in 8 other counties.

 

Break Away:
This 5 day tour will show you the very best Ireland has to offer from Dublin, to Kerry & Dingle starting at €282 / $313

 

Break Away:
Includes 7 nights stay luxury accommodation, no hassle of driving, experienced tour guide, breakfast every morning, 5 dinners and fantastic tours throughout the East, West and South Ireland for approximately €698 / $773.