Could you imagine anything more romantic than saying ‘I do’ in a stunning chapel? Today we are showing off gorgeous Irish wedding venues with a chapel! These venues are found all over the country and boast stained glass windows, rich decor, and everything required to host your civil ceremony.
Take a peek at these wedding venues with a chapel, located all over Ireland…
The Abbey Wedding and Events Venue, Kildare | View Profile
The beauty of the chapel, huge stained-glass windows, perfectly landscaped gardens, luxurious overnight accommodation, and delicious onsite catering makes The Abbey the perfect venue to say I do!
The Abbey has just been renovated and is the hidden wedding venue gem for the 2021 and 2022 wedding calendar. The great weekend availability and the many exceptional features of the venue make us the ideal wedding location.
Markree Castle Hotel, Sligo | View Profile
Markree Castle, with its relaxed atmosphere, picture-perfect 500-acre grounds and luxury accommodation, provides the ideal location to celebrate a wedding, and the freedom to create a wedding you have always dreamed of.
Markree Castle is registered for civil ceremonies and partnerships, which can take place in a choice of five different locations including our onsite chapel, which boasts beautiful stained-glass windows and an antique church organ, or among the rich décor in the Grand Hall.
BrookLodge & Macreddin Village, Wicklow | View Profile
Set in a truly spectacular Wicklow Valley less than an hour’s drive from South Dublin, Macreddin Village is home to BrookHall, the perfect romantic setting for your wedding.
Macreddin Chapel, located on the grounds just across the village green, is your very own private and unique venue which seats up to 140 guests and is approved for civil marriages, Macreddin Chapel can also be used for a simple but intimate blessing.
Mount Druid, Westmeath | View Profile
At Mount Druid we host wonderful boutique wedding receptions and ceremonies on our grounds and invite you to come and see the surroundings here as the setting for your own unique wedding day.
Ceremonies can be carried out in our unconsecrated ‘Chapel’, an alternative, quaint gathering space nestled among the trees on our site. The ‘Tin Chapel’ is perfect for a simple blessing.
Located in the centre of the ancient town Swords Castle was built by the Archbishop of Dublin, John Comyn, as his private residence. Built around 1200AD Swords Castle contains over 800 years of history.
The beautifully restored Chapel Room with its oak-beamed roof and stained glass windows inspired by the Chartres Cathedral in France is the perfect setting for your Civil Ceremony.
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Kelly is a former wedding planner and a lover of anything pink. She believes that any bride can plan her own wedding, with a few tips and helpful tools.