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Wedding Venues in Northern Ireland

Wedding venues in Northern Ireland can cater to any style of wedding festival - whether you're looking for a small, intimate wedding venue, or an unusual wedding venue in Northern Ireland for your big day, we will find the perfect one for you! Find the wedding venue that matches your style with Bridebook! Read moreNorthern Ireland's lush countryside is home to many beautiful estates, castles and barn venues that are perfect for a celebration of your love. The larger cities of Belfast and Derry offer luxury hotel wedding venues, as well as more unique options including Ulster Museum and even The Grand Opera House! Discover some of the best luxurious to cheap Northern Irish wedding venues online through Bridebook!
Temple Golf Club Limited
Boardmills, County Antrim
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A lovely, peaceful setting nestled in rolling grounds, Temple Golf and Country Club is the ideal spot for your wedding.
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  • 120
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • From £35 pp
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Manor House Country Hotel
Enniskillen, County Fermanagh
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A beautiful 19th century luxury Manor House hotel situated in its own stunning gardens.
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  • 300
  • 78 Bedrooms
  • From £6000
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Tullyglass House Hotel
Ballymena, County Antrim
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A stunning venue with wedding experts and many years of experience, helping you every step of the way.
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  • 850
  • 40 Bedrooms
  • From £40 pp
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The Terrace Hotel
Magherafelt, County Londonderry
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The Terrace Hotel is a fabulous new wedding venue with excellent cuisine and service, ensuring that you'll have a day to treasure forever.
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  • 150
  • 16 Bedrooms
  • £43 - £50
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Dunsilly Hotel
Antrim, County Antrim
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Dunsilly Hotel in Northern Ireland is an island of tranquility for a romantic wedding celebration.
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  • 180
  • 40 Bedrooms
  • From £200
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The Silverbirch Hotel
Omagh, County Tyrone
Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh is the perfect match for your wedding celebration and civil ceremony, located in the heart of Co. Tyrone on the footsteps of the regions famed Sperrin Mountains.
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  • 400
  • 64 Bedrooms
  • From £43 pp
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Glenavon House Hotel
Cookstown, County Tyrone
Glenavon House Hotel has a range of rooms you can use to host small or large wedding receptions. Offering great service and food as well as nine acres of surrounding grounds.
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  • 350
  • 62 Bedrooms
  • From £36 pp
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The Valley Hotel
Fivemiletown, County Tyrone
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The Valley Hotel in Tyrone boasts superb food and excellent service, not to mention being an elegant and picturesque wedding venue.
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  • 200
  • 22 Bedrooms
  • From £55 pp
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The Playhouse
Londonderry, Derry
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A special theatre and arts centre that can transform into an unusual, historic, fun and stylish location for your wedding.
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  • 120
  • £1500 - £3000
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The Boat House
Bangor, County Down
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The Boat House is one of the most unique and historically interesting buildings in North Down, dating back to 1849. Now a fine dining restaurant ... it is a unique venue for your special day.
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  • 40
  • 15 Bedrooms
  • From £50 pp
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The Harbour Inn Annalong
Annalong, County Down
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"WHERE THE MOUNTAINS OF MOURNE SWIPE DOWN TO THE SEA"
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  • 150
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • From £35 pp
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Deanes at Queens
Belfast, Belfast
With romantic views over the Botanical Gardens, Deanes at Queens is a fantastic, contemporary space to host your wedding celebrations.
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  • 140
  • Moderate (££)
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Galgorm Resort and Spa
Galgorm, County Antrim
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Northern Ireland’s Premier luxury Hotel and Spa situated only 30 minutes from Belfast is the perfect location for your special day.
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  • 300
  • 122 Bedrooms
  • From £77 pp
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Castle Coole
Enniskillen, County Fermanagh
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This stunning neo-classical building sits on a countryside landscape park that would be perfect for your romantic wedding!
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  • 55
  • From £850
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Corrs Corner Hotel
Newtownabbey, County Antrim
This venue offers both indoor and outdoor weddings with the perfect combination of history and modernity!
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  • 170
  • From £35 pp
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Slieve Donard Resort and Spa
Newcastle, County Down
A 4 Star Luxury Resort nestling at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne, stands in six acres of immaculate grounds, this sumptuous Victorian hotel exudes luxury and splendour with stunning views.
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  • 500
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Redhall Estate
Ballycarry, County Antrim
Our venue, with two large halls and surrounding gardens, aims to provide a personally tailored service to couples wishing to wed in Northern Ireland.
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  • 40
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Crumlin Road Gaol
Belfast, Belfast
Crumlin Road Gaol is a one of a kind and contemporary venue offering some of the most atmospheric and interesting spaces and a beautiful Victorian facade.
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  • 200
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FAQ's

Is Northern Ireland a popular wedding location?

Northern Ireland holds a stunning amount of different scenery and rich culture, it offers many fantastic possibilities from the rolling countryside, historic cities and its incredible national heritage sites. With a great selection of venues, including historic, modern, and unusual it's easy to see why Northern Ireland is a popular location for weddings for all types of budgets and themes. When it comes to booking your wedding venue you might find there is extra competition as couples flock to the most popular venues such as the Grand Opera House and the Larchfield Estate in Lisburn.


What are the popular types of venues to get married in Northern Ireland?

Due to their combination of practicality and efficiency with a hint of elegance, hotels are a particularly popular choice as wedding locations. Along with ceremony and reception spaces, they can offer catering and lodging that your guests will love. Another ideal Northern Irish wedding location would have to be a stately home such as Rathmullan House or Glenmore Manor. They possess a variety of amazing characteristics that newly engaged couples look for in a venue with staff who will make your day complete. Northern Ireland has an unrivalled coastline, so this is another popular location as couples flock to the coast to say their I-dos and celebrate amongst their nearest and dearest. Don’t forget to check out venues near the Giant’s Causeway in order to be able to some breathtaking snaps amongst the stones. You could also look at some of the more rustic venues that Northern Ireland has to offer such as converted barns like Riverdale Barn in Co. Armagh.


Should I hire a toastmaster for a Nothern Ireland wedding?

From making sure the location is prepared, to welcoming and organising your guests for photos, to announcing the wedding meal and speeches, a Toastmaster will assist you with everything. Additionally, they will be present to coordinate the day's key events, such as the cake-cutting and first dance. Hiring a toastmaster in Northern Ireland is a personal decision for the couple to make but it's fair to say they will go a long way to making your day run smoothly. Some wedding venues may be able to advise you of toastmasters that have worked at their venue before and be familiar with the location. Its worth noting that toastmaster will be particularly useful if you are hiring a large venue or have lots of guests in attendance.


What wedding venues are able to be reached by public transport in Northern Ireland?

Unless your wedding venue is in the very centre of Belfast, public transport for your guests is not advised as the public transport system here can be unreliable, to say the least. Instead, you can transport your guests from the ceremony to the reception in a timely and organised manner by hiring a party bus or coach. This is excellent for partygoers who want to have a little fun on your special day, and not have to worry about moving their car from one location to the next.

Where can I hire a large wedding venue in Northern Ireland?

You will find an outstanding selection of not only large but gorgeous locations in Northern Ireland, from castles to stately houses, race tracks to larger hotel chains. These wedding venues are skilled at organising huge wedding ceremonies and receptions and are specialists at catering to all your needs, whatever sort of wedding you are looking to hold. Some wedding venues that cater for larger parties to take a look at are Tempo Manor which has a capacity to hold over 250 and Virginia Park Lodge which holds space for over 300 of your friends and family looking to celebrate a wedding. Whatever your reasons for needing the extra space. Northern Ireland will have something available for you. Start by taking a tour of some of your favourite venues to get a feel for how you will be cared for by the staff and take extra time to plan for a day that is likely to be larger than the average wedding.


Does Northern Ireland have good accommodation options for wedding guests?

If you have guests traveling from afar and want them to have accommodation options nearby then consider holding your wedding at one of the many hotels in Northern Ireland. Most of your wedding guests will likely reserve a room at the venue if you're getting married there so they can stumble up to bed once the party is over. A major benefit of choosing a venue with lodging on-site at your wedding is that your guests may enjoy themselves without worrying about how they're going to get home or where they can find their hotel later in the evening. From Northern Ireland’s imposing castles and stately homes to the Chic hotels in the city center of Belfast you will not be short of options to ensure your guests are well looked after and get a great nights sleep. No matter where you choose to get married it’s worth doing your research and including some local information for your guests that might be traveling from out of town including taxi numbers and a range of accommodation choices at different price points.