Luttrellstown Castle

It’s hard to believe that Luttrellstown Castle is just a 20 minute drive from Dublin city centre.  Wow your wedding guests with this elegant fairy tale 15th century castle. Luttrellstown Castle is the perfect wedding venue with plenty of options and packages to suit your wedding.  The beautiful landscaped gardens are perfect for some outdoor wedding photos with your guests. Even if you don’t get the most beautiful sunny day, as sometimes happens in Ireland, you can get your wedding photos taken inside this beautifully restored castle.

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Waterford Castle

Waterford Castle a fairytale wedding venue.  Located on a private 310 acre Island, enjoying a truly picturesque and enchanting location on the River Suir close to Waterford City.  Such fun for all your guests to get a little ferry over to the island for the big day.  Have your photos in the grand castle with the fabulous staircase and decorative ceilings.  Outside picturesque views of the water and even get a chance to try croquet on the lawn

Kilkea Castle

This 12th Century castle, just an hour from Dublin, has been refurbished to the highest standard. The gardens are gorgeous for your wedding photography, you have the best of both worlds with the perfectly pruned rose garden and, within a stones throw, the magical waters edge with weeping willows. The great thing is you are never far away from your guests.

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Belleek Castle

The magnificent Belleek Castle was built between 1825 and 1831 and sits on the river Moy, Co.Mayo. The castle is guaranteed to wow your guests as it becomes visible through the forest. It has a really authentic feel and mature gardens to take your wedding photos. You can also venture just past the driveway to avail of countless scenic spots for some gorgeous woodland photos.

Clontarf Castle Hotel

Take advantage of the sea front right beside Clontarf Castle for you photos and then head off to the gorgeous hotel with it’s castle façade and original 12th century architecture. The Great Hall with it’s dramatic frieze depicting the Battle of Clontarf is great for photos.