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Meath

Known as the Royal Country and situated on Ireland’s Ancient East, other counties are hard pressed to compete with Meath in terms of it’s attractive landscape and ancient history. While you won’t be able to get married anywhere as old as the famous Newgrange, you will find romantic historic castle and period manor house hotels mixed in with more modern luxury venues and exciting contemporary hotels among the many wedding venues in Meath.

Adjoining Dublin, Meath benefits from much the same weather as the capital, well known for being the driest location in Ireland. April is Meath’s driest month, while June and July are both the warmest and the sunniest.

By car, the county is served by both the M1 in the east, and the M3 in the west, making for a scenic trip for guests traveling your Meath wedding venue. Dublin commuter rail services serve the western side of the county and the main express line between Dublin and Belfast passes through Gormanston and Laytown in the east.

2 Wedding Venues in Meath meet your criteria

Dublin, Ireland
37 Km from Location
We know your time is precious....let our team make your big day magical. Intimate, vintage, yet modern, KingsWood House is the perfect backdrop for your truly memorable day. We specialise in bespoke weddings....
  • Civil License
  • Fully Accessible
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Outdoor Ceremony
Capacity
40-110
Avg Price
€69.00
Meath, Ireland
1 Km from Location
Come & discover what makes Bellinter House so extraordinary...
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Outdoor Ceremony
  • Parking
Capacity
2-206
Avg Price
€75.00
Meath

Known as the Royal Country and situated on Ireland’s Ancient East, other counties are hard pressed to compete with Meath in terms of it’s attractive landscape and ancient history. While you won’t be able to get married anywhere as old as the famous Newgrange, you will find romantic historic castle and period manor house hotels mixed in with more modern luxury venues and exciting contemporary hotels among the many wedding venues in Meath.

Adjoining Dublin, Meath benefits from much the same weather as the capital, well known for being the driest location in Ireland. April is Meath’s driest month, while June and July are both the warmest and the sunniest.

By car, the county is served by both the M1 in the east, and the M3 in the west, making for a scenic trip for guests traveling your Meath wedding venue. Dublin commuter rail services serve the western side of the county and the main express line between Dublin and Belfast passes through Gormanston and Laytown in the east.

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