Weddings In meath
Clonabreany House at Crossakiel, Co Meath has rolling countryside which is beautiful for photos. There are loads of pathways to walk through and arches for photos.
The courtyard is stunning and has newly restored coach houses with a little cosy pub. For larger weddings, the Grand marquee with palazzo floor makes for great indoor photos too.
Tankardstown House located near Slane in Co Meath with a fabulous lime tree avenue for great wedding car photos.
The walled gardens with magnificient gates, woodland and manor house make outdoor photos a dream. Indoors, the staircase with beautiful artwork, furniture and rooms make for cosy intimate photos.
The Station House Hotel is located in cute Kilmessan village in Co Meath. The local area is very historic, with the ruins of Mellifont Abbey just down the road for a few extra photos.
But you don’t have to leave the grounds of the hotel if you don’t want to, as there are so many outdoor locations here, including the backdrop of the hotel itself, the signal box, the gardens, the forest area and even the double swing!
If the heavens open, you can use the bar area for the drinks reception, and take indoor wedding photos in the function room with its chaise longue and the signal box.
These are just a few reasons why Station House Hotel is very charming and is very popular for weddings all year round.
Knightsbrook Hotel is a large four star hotel located in Trim, Co Meath. At the back of the golf club part of the hotel, fabulous outdoor photos can be done on the balcony overlooking the whole golf course.
But what everyone falls in love with for photos is the interior. With an impressive staircase and large chandelier. The landing upstairs with large sofas and tables makes for great photos and you can pose right beside the chandelier!
Everything has a very contemporary twist to it!
Dunboyne Castle is located in Dunboyne, Co Meath in the heart of the countryside. Before you even get up to the hotel, you could stop for photos in the sweeping tree lined driveway.
The white pergola is popular for a wedding photo or two and there are some hidden areas in the trees too. But, the highlight is being photographed on the steps with the backdrop of the original house. Inside this house is a stunning wooden staircase with large window, a must do on the photo list.
In the more modern part of the hotel, the reception area is full of natural light, with fireplaces, sofas and a little spiral staircase. Outside the impressive ballroom is another bar which allows for natural photos of guests.
Contemporary mixed with traditional for your wedding album!