|Type||Historic Ruin, Castle, Outdoor, Waterside|
|Features||Ocean View, Cliffs, Panoramic View|
|Airport||45km, Belfast International|
By merely looking at the photos and videos of this location, you’ll be convinced that this is a breathtaking, scenic, and extraordinary ceremony venue for two in Northern Ireland. The second of three stunning castle ruins on the North coast, ceremony venue in Co. Antrim is probably the country’s best-kept secret. Perched on a rocky headland that extends into the Celtic Sea, it is a breathtaking and very private place for a wedding ceremony.
This ceremony venue in Co. Antrim is a 16th-century structure with a very rich historic background. Only four years after it was built in 1547, it was attacked by the English forces. The castle received its biggest blow in yet another siege by the same group four years later when it was destroyed by cannon fire in 1555. Despite the attacks, the castle had been rebuilt and it stood above the extraordinary rock formation of white limestone on the North coast of Ireland even centuries after. The historic castle remained complete and habitable until the 18th century when its structures started to crash into what it is now. Over 400 years after, the two-story castle's ruins still stand proudly in front of the Irish sea, serving as a gorgeous ceremony venue for two in Northern Ireland.
If you’re a fan of historic monuments and scenic views of the sea, then this is one of the best destination wedding venues you can find. A declared State Care Historic Monument like this will put an end to your search for unique wedding venues abroad.
This ceremony venue for two will satisfy your desire for breathtaking wedding photos and an amazing elopement experience out of the country. Imagine walking up to the highest peak of the North coast and having your photos taken above unbelievable cliffs around the ceremony venue in Co. Antrim. The Irish sea and the opposite end of the elevated coast will be your backdrop.
This ceremony venue in Co. Antrim is a more secluded, more private, and more easily accessible location to hold your ceremony than Dunluce Castle. Access to the venue is via a short 150-meter walk, approximately five minutes, down a winding footpath from the nearest car park. After your elopement, savor Northern Ireland’s delicacies in any of Ballycastle’s restaurants. Getting married in this panoramic ceremony venue will give you the chance to begin your honeymoon right after the wedding.