The Keadeen Hotel is located in Kildare and is a very popular hotel for weddings. The gardens are always full of colourful plants and flowers all year round. It has nice areas with gazebos and mature trees as well. And if you get tired of photos in the fabulous gardens, there are lots of spacious bright rooms and even an impressive chandelier. We love the entrance to the hotel, it is so vibrant for photos.
Coolbawn Quay is located on the eastern shores of Lough Derg in North Tipperary. It is bordered by forests and rolling fields.
The village resort is so pretty with little houses that you and your guests can stay at, all located around the lake. Photos on the decking beside the lake or at the bobbing boats at the marina is a must.
Then, pop into the intimate pub for a drink for a break and back out to the magical marquee for some more photos. Never a dull moment!
Tulfarris Hotel and Golf Resort is a picturesque hotel with spectacular views over the Blessington Lakes and the Wicklow mountains. The hotel also boasts a beautifully restored 18th century manor house where guests can enjoy a drink during the reception. The ceremony suite looks out over the fabulous golf course. After the ceremony, newleyweds can take a golf buggy or walk to the lakeshore for some stunning photographs. The courtyard has been recently renovated and provides a cosy outdoor area for photos too. Indoors, the manor house or the modern hotel makes for a lovely indoor photo backdrop.
The Glenview Hotel is located in Delgany, Co Wicklow. The gardens overlook breathtaking views of the Glen of the Downs. You can walk down the steps to the main grassy area for photos with the trees, sculptures and little bridge. There is a forest area too.
Inside the reception area with fireplace is lovely for photos and of course the staircase. It is an intimate friendly hotel.
The Glenview Bridal Suite is large with adjacent rooms for photos and a floor to ceiling window to view the Glen of the Downs.
Killiney Castle is a four star 18th Century castle located in Killiney, Co Dublin overlooking Dublin Bay.
The gardens are very ornate at the front with shrubs, large trees and plenty of grassland. At the back of the Castle is a small terraced garden as well for photos. They post up your names if you are getting married outside the entrance which is nice for a photo moment.
Inside the main entrance, the pillars and marble flooring and natural light is super for pictures.
The wedding ballroom is very impressive with a fancy staircase and sofas for some relaxed photos. There is even a knight in shining armour at the door!