One of the fun steps of planning a destination wedding is being able to choose a location from various interesting places in the world. If you’re looking to get married in Ireland, you’ve made a great choice.
With its amazing scenery, hills and ancient ruins, getting married in Ireland would be all shades of epic. Check out these 5 beautiful places.
The Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher are possibly the most awesome place in Ireland to say your vows. The Cliffs of Moher have the best views of the Atlantic Ocean. Picture this… walking up the aisle to the sounds of the Celtic harp, then saying ‘I do’ just on the edge of Ireland. Could there be anything more romantic?
Newtown Castle is a tower in the Burren in the West of Ireland. You can climb the stone steps of the four-storey castle tower and enter the Main Hall to get married. For a couple who loves an intimate space (and have a love for adventure or fantasy), this place is for you.
Get married with the iconic ruins of Dunluce Castle as your backdrop. This dreamy location is brought to life by rolling fields of grass and an endless sea view. It’s a wild and adventurous spot for a wedding, so if that’s your thing, you’re welcome.
The Conservatory at Ballyfin
The romantic Georgian conservatory is one of the most prestigious wedding venues in Ireland. You can get married surrounded by breathtaking views of ancient forests, gardens and mountains.
Under the Weeping Beech Tree at Bellinter house
Bellinter house is a gorgeous Georgian manor house with ancient trees, mature gardens and views of the River Boyne. The centrepiece of the grounds is a huge ancient Weeping Beech tree which sits on the front lawn of the historic house. The tree is so beautiful, Bellinter now offers the space as a perfect location for your outdoor wedding.
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