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Over the years Ireland has become a number destination for couples looking for that picturesque fairytale wedding. So much so that over the years planning weddings has turned into a multi-billions euro industry. One this is certain the stunning locations in Ireland will certainly not disappoint.
For those who are planning that special day, or for those who are just dreaming, we have compiled a list of the top ten locations in Ireland for the princess inspired wedding that many look forward to their entire lives.
The Solis Lough Eske Castle, located in Donegal, was named Ireland’s Wedding Venue of the Year for the second year in a row by weddingsonline.com.
The five-star venue is perfect for brides who are seeking to be enchanted by the majestic views and the opportunity of garnering unique wedding photos with the historic backdrop of the castle and delightful natural scenery.
The Lough Rynn Castle is said to be one of the most luxurious Castle Hotels in Ireland. It once was the home of the Clements family and the legendary Lord Leitrim. The entire estate comprises over 300 acres of an Ireland that is peaceful, rich in history and charmed with natural beauty.
Summerhill House Hotel is a fine weddings venue in Wicklow and is known as one of its best Country House Hotels. One of Wicklow and South Dublin's most popular wedding venues, they can provide wedding packages that best suit the costumer and is sure to be a magical experience for all parties involved.
Located in Maynooth, the Carton House provides a unique backdrop and historic setting for a bride’s special day.
The luxury Carton House is viewed as one of the finest wedding hotels Ireland has to offer and it is no stranger in hosting extraordinary weddings. Wedding co-coordinator offer hands on assistance with anything from flowers to menus and place settings to centerpieces as well as providing creative ideas to make your wedding day exactly what you imagined it to be.
The elegant hotel is located in the middle of magnificent surroundings, on St. Stephen's Green, in Dublin's city center. The five-star wedding venue in Dublin provides the perfect backdrop for a wedding and is the ideal place to build lifelong memories.
The venue can range from being intimate to being extravagant, traditional to unexpected. The expert team is dedicated to creating an unforgettably unique wedding that is wonderfully yours.
Weddings at the Horetown House in Wexford are dedicated strictly for couples that want a more intimate feel on their special day, than the usual hotel ballroom wedding with 200 plus guests. Horetown House offers a rare homey feeling that will leave the guests in awe as well as save money without compromising quality. They provide the perfect solution for downsizing but not downgrading.
Hotel Dunloe Castle has been welcoming weddings for almost 40 years. They offer a highly personalized and professional service in an exceptional location with fine cuisine. The setting creates a romantic ambiance with walled gardens and secret pathways that make it unique and ideal setting for photographs. Hotel Dunloe Castle takes pride in its elegance, style and warmth.
The Angler’s Rest has become a popular venue for wedding parties because of its picturesque location next to the banks of the Liffey at the Strawberry Beds, its reputation for exceptional food, and its capacity to cater for up to 120 people in its spacious and contemporary function room. The flexibility of the room makes it magnificent and one of a kind because it can be adapted in layout to suit individual needs. The staff takes the smallest detail into account and helps tailor everything to meet specific requirements from the bride and groom to be.
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