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Weddings at Howth Yacht Club

27 South Hill, Sutton, Dublin, Dublin
Capacity
160
Reviews (2) 5/5
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Howth Yacht Club is one of the most beautiful wedding venues in Ireland. Set in the scenic coastal town of Howth in County Dublin, we have a beautiful club house that overlooks the Marina, Howth Harbour,  Irelands Eye and Lambay Island. We can tailor your wedding to suit your individual needs and can cater for all size groups  We registered with the HSE as a venue for weddings.

The facilities that we have to offer include:

  • A first class dining room
  • A luxurious boardroom
  • Spacious and comfortable bar, lounge and outdoor seating area
  • Wide range of event and function rooms
  • Conference facilities and equipment
  • Large screen TVs
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout
  • Wheelchair accessible

And importantly, Howth Yacht Club is:

  • Beside Howth DART (railway) station
  • 15 minutes by road to Dublin Airport
  • 5 minutes from local hotels
  • Plenty of free car parking spaces

Reviews

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We got married at Howth Yacht Club in 2011. The day was wonderful from beginning to end. The location and the views are breathtaking. The staff were extremely flexible and responsive to our needs. The food was excellent, fresh and locally sourced. The team were absolutely competant at managing the needs of a large number of people. It truly was a magical day and one we will always treasure
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I got married here quite some time ago but I have to say the place is in the most beautiful setting with the harbour, yachts and marina setting for photos. Also the food and room was top quality.

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