Castle Leslie

Castle Leslie Estate is a real Irish castle wedding hotel venue located in the secluded village of Glaslough in Co Monaghan with over 1,000 acres of countryside around the estate.

There are too many photo opportunites to choose from on our wedding day with the lake, the boathouse, the gardens, the hotel itself, the marquee, the conservatory and the stables.

Inside is real old world decadence with cosy bars, libraries, four poster beds and a grand staircase.

The sample menus on their website look yummy too!

Castle Durrow

Castle Durrow is one of Ireland’s leading castle wedding venues located in Durrow, Co Laois.

The castle is an 18 th century country house built in the Palladian style.  Outside the entrance of the castle is a pretty hump backed bridge which leads to the rivers edge for a pretty photo.

Once inside the gates of the castle there are so many photo opportunities. From the steps at the front entrance with the stone wolfhounds to the grey/ blue walls.

At the back of the castle, there is a beautiful lawn, steps and side enclosed courtyard.

Inside there is a fabulous staircase. Marble entrance, chandeliers, cosy bar and don’t forget the four poster bed.

The staff are so friendly too!

Cabra Castle

Cabra Castle is a 19 th century four star castle hotel in the Cavan countryside. The outside has beautiful gardens with a splendid castle entrance where you can have your photo taken with a real wolfhound!

The interior is very castle like with antiques, paarcing a, arched doorways, chandeliers, and an amazing staircase with latticed window. The rooms upstairs are super for photos with artefacts and period furniture.

They now boast a fancy bridal suite with free standing Victorian bath.  All the comforts for a bride and groom!

Barberstown Castle

Barberstown Castle is a picturesque castle built in the  13th Century and now is a four star hotel in Straffan, Co Kildare.
Walking into the reception room is like stepping back in time with triangular windows, wooden panelling, and candles.  If you are lucky you can cut the cake with a sword!

The adjoining glass room is great for photos, as it has natural light and leads out to the gardens.  Every couple want to use the castle tower in a photo, while the gardens with the old house and park seats, is great too.  So much choice when it comes to your wedding photos!