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Honeymoon Travel – Irish Getaways


by Rebecca O'Keeffe
05th May 2016
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Here in Ireland, we are blessed with majestic countryside, and some of the most magnificent beaches in the world. Despite all of this, couples are’drawn to the more exotic?(and expensive) locations for honeymoon travel. Honeymooning in Ireland is?becoming popular, due to the host of stunning venues this country has to offer. Whether it’s a ‘glamping’ experience in the great outdoors, or a luxurious five star getaway, we have the low down on Ireland’s most idyllic honeymoon destinations. You’re welcome…

Dromquinna Manor

Luxury in the woods is the essence of camping at Dromquinna Manor. You will spend your nights in custom made tents?that were’designed by?experts in India. You won’t be faced with?low head room or bumpy floors, these are truly luxurious tents.?Each tent?is placed to take full advantage of the stunning setting and offer maximum privacy. You will have your?own veranda, where you can’sit back and enjoy marital bliss. YES PLEASE!

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Ballyporty Castle?

Escape with your new beau to an old-school?Gaelic Tower House, within walking distance of the beautiful Burren. Built in the 15th century, Ballyporty has been beautifully restored with careful attention being paid to retaining all its original features and style, with the comforts of the 21st century. So?wrap up cosy, and enjoy the beautiful views and authentic interiors of this stone-built wonder.

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Crookhaven Lighthouse

Crookhaven Lighthouse is THE?honeymoon travel destination. ?Located on the entrance of Ireland’s most south-westerly harbour and village, the Lighthouse dates from 1843. It is surrounded by the original dwellings formerly occupied by the keepers of Fastnet Lighthouse, Mizen fog station and Crookhaven Lighthouse.?It is the perfect location for the ultimate escape.?Pack your bags lovers, and see West Cork at it’s best! Also, look at that VIEW!

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Powerscourt Hotel Resort?Spa

For a little taste of five star luxury!?Located on the famous?Powerscourt Estate, this destination has?beautifully manicured gardens and is home to the highest waterfall in Ireland.?Powerscourt’s design forms a majestic crescent on the side of one of Ireland’s most celebrated valleys. ?The layout of the hotel gives the?rooms remarkable views of the Sugar Loaf Mountain.

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the g Hotel & Spa

If your idea of honeymoon travel is a delightful city break, then this is the place for you!?Located on the edge of Lough Atalia as you enter the heart of the city, the g Hotel & Spa is one of the most popular hotels in Galway. A short walk from Eyre Square, the g is perfect for those couples looking for the buzz of a city that is rich in culture and tradition.

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