Weddings Venues in Ireland
A few hand picked Irish wedding venues. This is only a small selection of destination wedding venues in Ireland from our files.
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Unique Wedding Locations in Ireland
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If you’re dreaming of a fairy-tale wedding at an authentic medieval castle, then Ireland is your ideal wedding destination! With over 30,000 castles and castle ruins dotted around the country, you will be spoilt for choice. From luxury castle hotels to small privately-owned castles – there is an Irish castle for your wedding!
Are you a history fanatic? Have you always dreamt of a Celtic ceremony inside an ancient ruin weathered by time? Ireland’s rich history can been seen on every corner of the island, memories left behind in the form of abandoned ruins… Make your mark and get married in an ancient ruin of a historic castle.
Ireland has a very long and eventful past to look back on. Many old monasteries, churches and once magnificent castles were abandoned or simply forgotten long ago and have since been reclaimed by nature. These ancient abbey ruins make for some of the most unique places for intimate weddings in Ireland.
Ireland may not have a beach-friendly climate but it’s ocean landscapes rival some of the best in the world. The stunning Cliffs of Moher are surely the most well-known attraction on the island which also has dozens of lovely intimate beaches dotted along its coastlines.
Cottages, lodges and country houses in Ireland are also historically rich sites and make for stunning wedding venues. Hosting a simple wedding in a rustic lodge or a country-side cottage amongst fields and magical scenery is the stuff which romantic dreams are made of.
Want that raw, authentic Irish wedding experience? Host your post-ceremony reception in a pub! What better way to celebrate your destination wedding in Ireland than with an informal gathering of your best friends and family than ‘down at the local’?
Mansions & Manors
Whether you call them mansions, manor houses or country estates… Ireland has plenty of impressive buildings for wedding hire! Ireland is home to several stunning period properties and boasts a wide variety of styles in its national architecture. So if Gothic-looking castles aren’t your thing, you will feel right at home in these ‘Jane Eyre-esque’ venues.
Forget what you’ve known so far about boutique hotels. Besides being small, stylish and typically family-owned, Irish boutique hotels can be defined by three things: incredible surroundings, incredible food and incredible service. You don’t need to get married in luxury castle or manor to experience the best of what Irish hospitality has to offer.
Churches & Chapels
Today, over half of Irish people still have their wedding ceremony in a church. If you are Catholic (or of another Christian faith), then finding a suitable church for a traditional wedding in Ireland is a piece of cake. From awe-inspiring cathedrals to quirky village chapels, Ireland can cater for all your needs when it comes to religious ceremonies.
Thinking about an outdoor ceremony to marry in Ireland? Dotted along its coasts, you’ll also find dozens of intimate beaches that are just perfect for a romantic wedding or vow renewal ceremony. An Irish beach is unlike any other beaches you have experienced before.
Ireland doesn’t get it’s poetic nickname – the Emerald Isle – for nothing! For the outdoorsy and adventurous couples, marring amidst majestic, century-old trees in a lush green Irish woodland may be the most wonderful and meaningful way to tie the knot.
Let your Love shine as bright as a lighthouse on the darkest, stormiest night. What could be more romantic than saying ‘I do’ in front of this majestic beacon? You will some some truly breathtaking light-keepers houses dotted around Ireland’s coast.