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Top 10 Romantic Things “To Do” in Ireland
1) Best Place to Renew Your Wedding Vows
Kilmalkeadar Church on the Dingle Peninsula – Renew your wedding vows in the Ogham stone here which has a hole big enough for each partner to slip their finger in ..when they meet in the middle the magic happens.
2) Best Place to Pray for a Happy Marriage
At the shrine of St Valentine in Whitefriars Church in Dublin – Contains the original relic of the Saint of Love brought from Rome in 1835.
3) Best Place to Propose
There is nothing more romantic that to get on one knee in a field of Bluebells at Belle Isle Estate in Fermanagh.
4) Best Place to Have a Romantic Dinner
The Cliff House Hotel in Ardmore – The beautiful dining room at Ireland’s only one star Hotel Michelin Restaurant overlooking the Atlantic.
5) Best Place to Have a Romantic Break
Gregans Castle Hotel in the Burren .. Ireland’s most hauntingly beautiful landscape is on your doorstep and enjoy nice drink after a long walk in the Corkscrew Bar in front of a log fire.
6) Most Romantic Room in Ireland
The Suite at Moy House in Lahinch, a converted lighthouse overlooking the Atlantic.
7) Best Place for a Pampered Couples Break
The amazing Spa at the Europe Hotel in Killarney overlooking Ireland’s highest mountains.
8) Most Romantic Castle Stay
Book into the Presidential Suite at Ashford Castle which has just had a recent makeover.
9) Most Romantic “Lovers” Drive
There is nowhere more beautiful than Killiney Hill & Vico Road , home to Stars to evoke the charms of the Irish Riviera followed by a trip to the pretty village of Dalkey for a stroll.
10) Most Romantic “Awe Inspiring” Beauty!
Waterfalls have a particular energy and there is no waterfall more mystical and romantic than Glencar Waterfall in Sligo, immortalized in the poetry of Irelands great Romantic, WB Yeats.
“For he would be thinking of love
Till the stars had run away
And the shadows eaten the moon.”