Consider a wedding at Marlfield House. One of the most luxurious boutique hotels in Wexford. Stunning elegant rooms furnished with antiques and paintings. Set in 40 acres of woodland, ornamental lake, rose, vegetable and herb gardens. Hang out with peacocks, hens, dogs and ponies when outside around the grounds. A wedding photographer in Ireland dream venue.
This alternative Wedding Venue is situated in Castletown Geoghegan, County Westmeath. With three stunning locations, the Tin Chapel for your vows, The Boat House for your Drinks and the Barn for your dinner & dancing, Mount Druid has it all with a lot of personality thrown in. It has a really fun feel while still being romantic with fairy lights and beautiful vintage touches. The photo ops are aplenty and the beauty is you will never be too far away from your guests!
You can’t beat an Opsrey wedding. The Osprey Hotel is a perfect wedding venue in Kildare. With the amazing lobby and staircase and cool bar. The large ballroom which can accommodate over 350 guests with the best contemporary design. The wedding couple can stay in the amazing penthouse suite where your own hand-carved marble bath and private balcony. Photos can be taken in the urban setting outside or perhaps visit a local park nearby.
What can we say about the Millhouse? As you drive into Boyne Valley, the old mill (originally a corn-mill and then later a cotton-mill) sits on the picturesque river Boyne. As you travel down the driveway you feel as if you are stepping back in time. A photographers dream, their are so many nooks & crannys to explore for photos with real rustic charm. The manor house is a beautiful cozy place for guests to enjoy while you head out for a few snaps before heading over to the banquet room which is draped in white with fairy light! What more can you ask for?
The Westin Dublin is situated in the Centre of Dublin, not far from Trinity College. You can take a walk up to Grafton Street or cross over the River Liffey. A true city centre location for a 5 star wedding. Everyone loves The signature feature of The Westin Dublin, the magnificent Banking Hall restored to its former glory of 1863 with it’s marble pillars, tall mahogany doorways and magnificent detailing on the walls and ceiling including 4 chandeliers crafted from 8,000 pieces of Waterford Crystal, a stunning setting for your wedding evening celebrations.