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Romantic places in Ireland to propose

Valentine's Day is the one day in the year where you can really show your romantic side without feeling awkward. It's also a time when loved ones really appreciate you going that extra mile to show you care. Whether you want to propose to the one you love or just capture a special moment together, then the location has to be just right! Here's a few ideas for a romantic Valentine's proposal/getaway...


Sliabh Liag Cliffs in Donegal are one of Ireland’s best kept secrets on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The viewing point on top of Europe’s highest seas cliffs is magical. It's an ideal place to propose or just spent time with the one you love. The views over the Atlantic Ocean are outstanding and will stay with you forever.

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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The grounds of Trinity College, in the heart of Dublin City, are a masterpiece of architecture and landscaping. With buildings dating from the 18th and 19th Century and surrounded by cobbles and grassy squares, it’s a beautiful and apt setting for a romantic day out.

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge near Ballintoy links the mainland to a tiny island which has the most amazing views. You have to walk across the bridge which suspends 30 metres above the rocks. Now you have to be brave for this one, but its amazing!

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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The Old Head of Kinsale Lighthouse would be another unique place to propose. The lighthouse protrudes 3km into the Atlantic Ocean and affords a dramatic landscape in the southeast of Cork.

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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One of the most romantic things you can do is take a jaunting car ride in Killarney, Co Kerry. The carriages are horse drawn and cater for all weather conditions, so snuggle up and enjoy an outstanding tour of the area. Then head to a local pub for a hot toddy beside the open turf fire. Bliss!

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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Powerscourt Estate would be magical. It was originally a 13th-Century castle and the magnificent house is surrounded by 47 acres of landscaped gardens. Propose on the bridge in the Japanese gardens or the foot of Powerscourt Waterfall.

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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Keem Bay on Achill Island is a beautiful location to consider. Take a stroll along this stunning sandy beach of Keem Strand with the wind in your hair and love in your heart. The views from the cliff-top road are breath-taking and will set a most romantic scene.

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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Newgrange is an impressive World Hertiage Site in Co Meath on Ireland’s Ancient East. How memorable would it be to propose in a 5,200 year old passage tomb that was built in the Stone Age? If you aren't ready to pop the question, just spend some quality time together exploring this wonderful site.

Romantic places in Ireland to propose

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Posted: 02 Feb 2018 by Claire Regan | with 1 comments

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