Set on a beautifully idyllic site overlooking Lough Corrib, The Lodge at Ashford Castle is a stunning 4* hotel venue for a Wedding Day you will treasure forever.
On a fine day the front lawn is a lovely place to enjoy drinks and canapés after your Wedding ceremony. There are also several areas indoors which are suitable for the drinks reception before your celebration dinner.
The Harbour Ballroom This spacious and well appointed Ballroom can accommodate up to 186 guests and is filled with natural daylight with stunning views of Lough Corrib.
Adjoining the Harbour Ballroom is the Harbour Bar, a generous reception room which can be opened or closed to the main room. There is also a formal garden terrace leading out from the Harbour Room.
Junior Harbour Room For smaller more intimate weddings, the front of the Harbour Room overlooking the lake can be closed off to accommodate 30 guests on three round tables or 24 guests on one large table.
The Wedding Dinner
A Menu tasting will be arranged six to eight weeks before your Wedding, your perfect opportunity to taste the food as it will be on your Wedding day and wines which best suit your Menu choices.
As an added bonus should you choose to have your wedding at The Lodge at Ashford Castle, we offer an overnight stay along with your menu tasting, and a complimentary Bridal Suite the night of your Wedding.
On the day of your wedding, Tables will be dressed with crisp white linen and our florist will provide seasonal fresh flowers as centrepieces.
All 26 suites and 24 deluxe rooms in The Lodge at Ashford Castle are located in a Courtyard setting linked to the Main House and are individually designed and equipped with the latest comfort technology. Rich deep pile carpets, super-king beds with goose down duvets and pillows, bespoke furniture and the latest flat screen technology are featured through-out.
The Day After
Make the celebrations last an extra day with a leisurely Lake Cruise followed by a hearty Barbeque at The Lodge.
On cooler or darker evenings enjoy an indoor Buffet and relive the events of the day before.