Narrow Water Castle Weddings

Narrow Water Castle, Co Down

Location: Newry Rd, Warrenpoint, Newry BT34 3LE, UK  | +44 28 3755 2548

Located in beautifully landscaped grounds overlooking the shoreline of Carlingford Lough, and with a stunning backdrop of the picturesque Cooley Mountains, the setting of Narrow Water Castle is second to none – this truly is a unique wedding venue. Narrow Water Castle Weddings are always a thrill to document thanks to the location, light and atmosphere of the castle. Narrow Water Castle has been a wedding venue for many years. It’s about ten years since I first photographed a wedding there and as a castle venue there is none finer.

The following are among the top 3 reasons that weddings in Narrow Water Castle are always unique, luxurious and exclusive events:

1 A stunning and beautiful building, set in a magical location. Narrow Water Castle truly is a memorable venue.

2 With a wide range of options available, Narrow Water Castle can accommodate all tastes and budgets; from an intimate wedding for 50 people, to a large event for almost 300 people, and everything in between.

3 Tempting menus are combined with vintage wines to ensure that your wedding dinner is a gourmet experience.

You can see more photographs from my favourite Narrow Water Castle wedding I photographed a couple of years ago. Victoria and Dan came over from London for what was a lovely destination wedding in Ireland and celebrated with family and friends at St Peter’s in Warrenpoint before the reception in Narrow Water.

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Dylan McBurney

Dylan McBurney

Dylan McBurney is a Northern Ireland wedding photographer with over ten years experience in documenting weddings all over Ireland. Inspired by legendary photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dylan's romantic, natural reportage wedding photography focuses on the bride and groom’s interactions with friends and family, often revealing powerful emotions and relationships. He lives just outside Carrickfergus in County Antrim, Northern Ireland with his wife Caroline and their two young children.

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