No more than 24 hours after their wedding, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reported to have landed via private jet in Cork, Ireland, Sunday afternoon and are staying at the five-star Castlemartyr Resort in East Cork, says the Irish Independent.
What has been verified to PEOPLE is that baby daughter North is not with the couple, a source says. After the wedding, she was seen with her grandmother, Kris Jenner, on a flight leaving Venice.
According to the resort's website, Castlemartyr "was first built in 1210 by The Knights Templar, who were one of the most famous of the Christian military orders under the leadership of Richard Earl de Clare, more commonly known as Strongbow."
Richard Boyle, First Earl of Cork, built his sprawling mansion on the site in the 1800s. Before its current incarnation as a first-class retreat, it was a friary for Carmelite priests.
A source tells PEOPLE about the newlyweds: "They planned to stay in Europe for a week or two post-wedding, until Kanye has to perform at the X Games." This coming weekend, they will attend his stylist's wedding in Europe.
Secluded on 220 acres of bucolic landscape, Castlemartyr boasts a championship-level golf course, spa and dining in the Knight's Bar. Available activities include archery, fly-fishing lessons and carriage tours of the property.
The nightly rate for the Grand Suite is roughly $820. Calls to Castlemartyr were not returned.
An Irish honeymoon could have sentimental value for the couple: In June 2012, Kardashian surprised West in Dublin on his birthday while he was on his Watch the Throne tour.
Additional reporting by PHILIP BOUCHER