15 Unusual Wedding Venues in Ireland meet your criteria
Unusual Wedding Venues in Ireland
Barnabrow Country House
Cloyne, Midleton, East Cork
•150 guests can be seated for dinner. •Accomodation for 100 guests in the Manor House, courtyard buildings and cottages. •Perfect for intimate weddings •Close to Cork city but right in the idyllic East Cork countryside •Barnabrow is famed for its food prepared by Michelin Star-trained Chef, Stuart Bowes. •Civil Ceremonies ...
Cliff at Lyons
Shackleton Mill provides a unique, elegant & enchanting wedding venue for 130 guests with a cascading waterfall & 39 rooms. The Courtyard has a dovecote and is home to several white doves. The Bride & groom can overnight in the lavish Shackleton Apartment.
An 18th century country house set in private, walled grounds for exclusive use and Civil Ceremonies in Ghan House for 50 guests or adjacent Heritage Centre for 110. Up to 110 guests can enjoy an outdoor champagne reception, log fires, ballroom dancing. 1 hour from Dublin & Belfast and just ...
the g Hotel & Spa
Galway City's only 5* hotel & spa, the g hotel is renowned for its contemporary elegance, excellent service and warm welcome. Each celebration is as individual as the couple themselves and the g welcomes up to 180 guests for weddings and celebrations.
Rathsallagh Country House
A 17th century country house set on 500 acres of rolling hills and mature trees. Enjoy the open log and turf fires, walled gardens, and elegant dining room. Many small, charming churches are nearby, and the Orangery Rathsallagh is perfect for civil ceremonies. Parties up to 240 can be accommodated.
Blackrock Castle Observatory
St Peter's Cork
North Main Street, Cork City
A wedding is a very special event, St. Peter’s Cork is a very special venue in the heart of Cork City. With a gated street entrance and secret side garden we can give you and your guests the privacy you may want on such a special occasion.