Destination Weddings in Ireland

Whether it’s wild romance or tradition, destination weddings in Ireland are no doubt going to be the wedding and Ireland honeymoon of a lifetime.


Fast become one the destinations’ for weddings, Ireland’s wild countryside and fast paced cities are attracting more and more visitors to it’s beautiful green shores now, more than ever.

Ballyseede Castle destination weddings in Ireland

Ballyseede Castle (pronounced Bally-shee) is a family owned castle in Tralee, County Kerry. Once owned by the family FitzGerald, Earls of Desmond, this fifteenth century castle has it all, including a ghost, which just may join Ireland destination weddings. The property includes award winning chefs that will cater to your every culinary need and the food that is served is based on sustainability and is all Irish produced. There is a wine cellar that comprehensive and a full service bar. Wedding services customizable to the needs and wants of the happy couple and the owners are happy to provide testimonials about their services.

Kilkea Castle destination Ireland wedding

Castledermot, County Kildare is home to the longest continuously inhabited castle in Ireland, Kilkea Castle. Built in eleven eighty by Sir William de Riddlesford, this beautiful castle boasts thirty six guest rooms and suites and a myriad of public rooms. For ireland destination weddings Kilkea Castle offers your guests everything from clay shooting to archery to golf on its lush grounds. Its staff will assist you in every-way to make your special day even more special with their attention to every detail.

Waterford Castle destination weddings in Ireland

The oldest city in Ireland, Waterford, in County Kilkenny, is home to Waterford Castle, now, a four star hotel and resort, which offers you the exclusive use of its facilities onIsland Haven for your special day. Michael Quinn, the executive chef, will prepare a menu of seasonal delights for your guests and the wedding coordinator will oversee the details to make the day perfect.

Ice House destination weddings in Ireland

In the West of Ireland, the Ice House, found in Balina, County Mayo, modern architecture and beautiful woodlands combine for an outstanding blend of the past and present. Here the award winning hospitality meet you every need to make Ireland destination weddings exclusively unique. The menu, designed with sustainability and freshness in mind is created with thoughtfulness and a desire to please the palate and the eye.

Resort destination weddings in Ireland

In the heritage town of Trim, in County Meath, the impressive Knightsbrook Hotel Spa and Golf Resort offers everything you could ask for in a venue. The area around Trim is enhanced by the mystery of the thirteenth century ruins of the Yellow Steeple and the majesty of King John’s Castle. Master Chef, John O’Neil’s farm to table menus feature dishes that have been tasted tested in the property’s four star restaurant. The staff guarantees that there is only one wedding a day, so that you are not rushed through your ceremony and reception and also so that you and your guests are treated to the best time of your lives. The on-site wedding coordinator maintains a list of the areas best vendors to ensure that you have perfection when it comes to flowers, hair and make-up and music on your special day.


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