Orange Tree House
Location: Greyabbey, Co. Down, Northern Ireland
Sleeping capacity (max.): 0
Wedding capacity (max.): 130
Venue price: January & February: Mon-Thu £1,495 (min 40 guests) / Fri & Sat £1,995 (min 50 guests). All other months: Mon-Thu £2,750 (min 50 guests) / Fri & Sat £3,250 (min 70 guests). Not available for hire on Sundays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Eve or New Years Day. Catering menus from £50 p/p.
Venue type: Barn
Ceremony type: Legal, Symbolic
Features: Function Room, Reception Room, In-house catering, Privacy
Nearest airport: Belfast International Airport (56 km)
Our Reference: V00550
Located in the historic village of Greyabbey on the shores of Strangford Lough, the Orange Tree House has been renovated over the past decades to make it a perfect setting for a rustic or boho-themed wedding.
This building was originally an 1820 stone barn-style church that was later transformed into a unique conference and wedding venue. It has a function room that can accommodate up to 130 guests for a dinner reception. It also has a terrace overlooking the lough towards the Mourne Mountains where you and your guests can watch the glorious sun setting behind this part of Northern Ireland’s scenic landscape.
The interior of the Orange Tree House consists of imperfect century-old bricks, a rustic ceiling, and an impressive green door. Despite these features, you can transform the venue into a perfect setting for your rustic, shabby chic, or boho wedding according to your taste and preferences.
Outside the tree house is a gorgeous white-sand beach where you can have your wedding photos taken. A marquee can also be erected along the beach if you want a panoramic backdrop of the Strangford Lough towards the Whiterock Bay for your ceremony. To complete a unique scene for your big day, the Dromara Hills and the Mourne Mountains will add more majesty to your photo backdrop.
Do you like this venue?
…or want to see more?
Send us an enquiry to get a quote for this venue from our local planner, or let her find another place in Northern Ireland for you.