Wedding venues image by Melis (via Shutterstock).
Finding suitable wedding venues shouldn’t be taken in haste. The venue needs to be of suitable distance for relatives on your side of the family as well as your future spouse.
A rural retreat without the distance, The Angler’s Rest is close to the city of Dublin and the M50 motorway. It has won awards for its food and offers good views of the River Liffey.
Up to 180 guests can be suitably accommodated in The Law Society of Ireland’s HQ in Dublin city centre. As wedding venues go, a change from the rural haunts with good public transport links.
Close to the River Boyne and the Hill of Tara, it is in a most picturesque setting and has the full range of spa services. Accommodation is available in the stately home.
If glamping is more your scene, Mount Druid sates your desires. As well as camping, the Mount Druid site also covers Kindalin House, a former schoolmaster’s residence. The house offers a quiet environment for all wedding guests.
Slap bang in the centre of Dublin, the second of our suggested wedding venues in the city centre is on the south side of the River Liffey. It faces St. Stephen’s Green, and the select club has hosted weddings for 175 years.
Close to Fin Lough, the Delphi Resort and Spa offers outdoor pursuits. Of the wedding venues we have looked at, this one is also good for stag and hen dos.
In County Killarney, The Marquee offers weddings inside its manor house. There is also fishing, archery, and a health spa within its estate.