Most of the people know Ireland due to the renowned and ancient Castles, Rugby, world-famous Guinness beer and its delicious food what this country offers but there is something else which is tempting about this country. That is why it pulls the attraction of many tourists especially the newlywed couples towards it. Yes, you have heard it right, but what it is? Ireland is no longer a hidden gem and the reason is its prominent landscape, mesmerising islands, cosmopolitan cities, lively towns colourful streets, luxurious hotels and resorts providing ample amenities with warm Irish hospitalities, full disco night bars offering Guinness beer are absolutely perfect for honeymoon couples.
Couples going on a honeymoon trip to Ireland will get a lifetime experience of this romantic drive! Those couples who love urban getaways, Ireland is the best option for you. So newlyweds what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and enjoy the cosy trip of Ireland.
Stay in some of our finest Irish Castles and Manor Hotels, discover some romantic and iconic locations.
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Check out these top attractions of Ireland:
Cruising Along River Shannon
The longest river of Ireland which is the topmost attraction for couples is River Shannon. Flowing from 11 counties, this mighty river part west Ireland from the east. Cruising along the waterways of Shannon river is the most romantic things to do in Ireland with your loved ones.
The cruise ride creates a relaxing vibe among couples. Due to its beauty of Shannon River and panoramic view of the location, it’s being the centre for various water sports in Ireland. Couples come for boating and kayaking during the summer holidays. As the river is connected with islands, backwaters, pools, arches and open to lakes, it is highly diverse in the fishery.
Killarney National Park
After riding with cruise at river Shannon head towards County Kerry. From there visit Killarney National Park comes under the top travel attraction of Ireland. Couples who love spending time together surrounded by lush greenery watching birds this place is for you. Killarney National Park will give you an ultimate scenic beauty with a blend of mountains, lakes, forests and beautiful waterfalls under the blue sky.
Witness the native Red deer present in Ireland since Ice Age, various species of birds, trek through mountain ranges which are covered through oak trees and magnificent gardens and enjoy nature to its fullest. The centre of attraction of the National Park for visitors is Muckross House and Gardens. Muckross house features all essential artefacts and furnishing which belongs to the 19th century.
Irish castles are most visited and popular among travellers and couples too due to their luxurious amenities and lifestyle. Among all these, Dromoland Castle is quite popular and Ireland’s largest five-star resort outside of Dublin. This 16th-century castle is located in a small village of Newmarket On Fergus, closer from Shannon.
For couples, it is a perfect spot to refresh themselves altogether visiting the magical county of Clare and exploring the Wild Atlantic Way. Sumptuous services, lavish interiors, delicious food, indoor pool, Queen Anne Wing, the spa treatment for couples, the romantic dining options & big & beautiful lounge with luxury are some attractions which this castle offer to couples.
Visit the Cliffs of Moher
Visiting the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland is at the top of many couples bucket lists travelling Ireland, as it will give you an extraordinary experience! The Cliffs of Moher are located at the Burren region in County Clare and every year more than one million people visit here which makes this destination one of the most prevalent attractions of Ireland.
Couples can stroll on the top of the cliffs or observe them from below by a boat ride. The most attractive thing is to admire the sunset from the top of the cliff with your bae! If you have seen the famous Hollywood movie Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince then you can see the sights of these cliffs. Also, visit O’Brien’s which is a round stone tower, constructed by Sir Cornelius O’Brien in 1835 to impress female visitors situated near the midpoint of the cliffs.
Connemara National Park
Irelands most romantic spot filled with adventure and gorgeous landscape i.e Connemara National Park situated in western Ireland in county Galway. Connemara National Park is stretched in an area of 2,957 hectares and provides sightseeing attractions and consists of mountains, swamps, grasslands and woodlands.
Mountains which are popular for hiking include Muckanaght, Benbaun, Benbrack and Bencullagh there all are part of the famous Twelve Bens Mountain range. Apart from this, visit Diamond Hill which lures couples with its stunning beauty, trek over the lakes of Connemara and the late Victorian Kylemore Abbey. This park is open throughout the year.
The Cliff House Hotel
Those newlywed couples who love romantic dining on the top of the cliff from they you can have a look of the ocean then they must visit the cliff house hotel. It is the most romantic hotel panoramic view located on the oceanside.
This is a really lovely hotel set overlooking the sea at Ardmore Bay on Waterford’s Gold Coast what must be one of Ireland’s least known beauty spots. The Five-Star accommodation and gourmet restaurant is intimate and luxuries. An ideal spot to take-in long and romantic beach walks, or visit the nearby cities of Cork and Waterford.
The best time for newlyweds to visit Ireland is from May to September which is ideal for honeymooning as the days are longer and the weather is quite appropriate for letting you explore most of the cities of Ireland.
You can visit the grand Kilkenny Castle which faces the River Nore and located in the Kilkenny- an attractive medieval town. The rose gardens with widespread woodland paths and ornamental lake make Kilkenny Castle more popular among couples. Stroll around the garden. Moreover, if you want to know about cities then Dublin- the capital city of Ireland and a world-class destination which has everything for newlywed couples. You can also join Dingle Dolphin Boat tours in County Kerry to watch Fungie, the Dingle Dolphin and enjoy the breathtaking views of the cliffs.
Ireland’s splendour has always been on the radar of the most passionate couples across the world to see and discover a lot of things. Ireland has endless attractions from historical buildings or castles, gardens, majestic galleries and museums.