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Destination Wedding in Ireland

Destination Wedding in Ireland

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Congratulations if you have just gotten engaged and you have decided on a Destination Wedding Ireland but do not know where to begin. Our Top 10 Tips for Planning your Destination Wedding in Ireland (http://westcoastweddingsireland.com/top-10-tips-for-planning-your-destination-wedding-ireland/) will help you to get the planning started! If you would like some more details, please get in touch with us @ info@westcoastweddingsireland.com

We look forward to hearing from you.


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It's a great time of year to be planning an Irish wedding, and there are some fantastic places in West Cork to celebrate your special day, or to enjoy a honeymoon on the edge of Europe. Gougane Barra, Bantry House, and Blairscove House all feature regularly in the best UK and Ireland wedding magazines, and it's easy to see why!

Check out these West Cork Wedding and Honeymoon Ideas



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I wrote this post about why honeymoon in Ireland....http://ruinireland.com/honeymoon-ireland/. I hope it helps..For my first hneymoon i was in Cork...now I live here.
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Ireland is the perfect romantic destination for a honeymoon. One of the most picturesque regions is Connemara,with beautiful places such as Kylemore Abbey and Killary Harbour and its stunning fjord. But I would also recommend Killarney National Park, in county Kerry, internationally renowned for its scenic landscapes.

If you click here you'll find more romantic destinations in this honeymoon island. I hope it helps. :)

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