Who got married at Dromoland Castle?
Davy Fitzgerald and Sharon O’Loughlin tied the knot in a magical Clare wedding in October 2019. The Ireland’s Fittest Family coach and his girlfriend of 14 years said “I do” in front of close family and friends in the opulent surroundings of Dromoland Castle. The bride wore a white boat neckline gown with long sleeves.
How much does it cost to have a wedding at Ashford Castle?
The Ashford Castle website says: “Smaller, non exclusive-use weddings for up to 40 people are available at a starting guide rate of €193.00 for food and beverage, excluding resort hire and accommodation.” For this you will be put in the Connaught Room where you and up to 40 guests will get a great view of Lough Corrib.
Can you get married in Dublin Castle?
Can I get married at Dublin Castle? Dublin Castle is not available for wedding ceremonies.
Who married in Ashford Castle?
RORY MCILROY rang in the New Year in style as he stayed a little closer to home in the luxurious Ashford Castle in Mayo. The Irish golfer got married at the five-star resort back in 2017.
Why choose Dromoland Castle for your wedding?
At Dromoland Castle we know that your wedding is your once-in-a-lifetime moment. Your happy ever after. We’re the dream weavers. The romantics. The perfectionists. And we’re here to help you plan the most beautiful of celebrations.
Why visit drivedromoland Castle?
Dromoland Castle is the perfect spot for a memorable family holiday. You can indulge in the best of country pursuits such as falconry and archery, while enjoying the finest of Irish hospitality.
Why stay at Dromoland?
At Dromoland you can expect flawless service, luxury accommodation and a comfortable atmosphere that makes you feel right at home. Within the timelessness of these 16th century Castle walls, let yourself be drawn into a world of deep relaxation. Indulge and enjoy a 55-minute spa treatment -A refined treat to truly de-stress!
Who built the castle at Dromoland?
The main Castle at Dromoland was built by the 4th Baronet of Dromoland, Sir Edward II, a grandson of Sir Lucius O’Brien. In the early 1820s, Sir Edward II invited English Architects, the Pain Brothers to submit some designs for the Castle.