Best Wedding Venues

Ashford Castle


Every bride's desire is to have her own special wedding day. Ashford Castle is one of the most unique and romantic Wedding Venues in Ireland.

With two churches located in and around the 5 star Castle Hotel grounds, your day can be as relaxed as it should be. You will have the entire 5 star Castle estate at your fingertips allowing you to wander across our open lawns, through our Victorian walled garden and lakeside woodland pathways to find the perfect backdrop against which to set your timeless wedding photos.

A truly private Castle Hotel, and one of the most renowned wedding hotels Ireland has, it is a magical wedding venue for your very special day.
Town/City:   Cong
County:   Mayo
Telephone:   +353 94 9546003
Country:   Ireland
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Licenced for ceremonies:   Yes
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George V Dining Room - Minimum 120, Maximum 166 persons / Connaught Room - Minimum 20, Max ...
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At Ashford, we accommodate two styles of Weddings. One style a smaller more intimate affair for 40 persons in our elegant Connaught Room, the other exclusive use of the Castle (83 rooms) with the Bridal Dinner in the beautiful George V room
Exclusive use possible:   Yes
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MAY-SEPTEMBER 2012: Room Rates From: Euro 380.00 per room per night (83 rooms).
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Music and dancing permitted:   Yes
River/water/sea view:   Yes
Accommodation onsite:   Yes
Tea lights permitted:   Yes
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Late licence:   Yes
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Fireworks permitted:   Yes
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Access to outside area:   Yes
Close links to local churches:   Yes
Candelabras permitted:   Yes
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