Weddings at Parkanaur

Parkanaur Manor, Co Tyrone

Location: 57 Parkanaur Rd, Dungannon BT70 3AA, UK  | +44 28 8776 1336

Parkanaur Manor House is a large rambling romantic Class A listed large Tudor Revival style house surrounded by the beautiful Parkanaur Forest next to the village of Castlecaulfield near Dungannon, County Tyrone. If you dream of celebrating your special day in an exclusive and relaxing environment, Parkanaur is the venue for you. Weddings at Parkanaur Manor are always a thrill for me to photograph thanks to the fabulous interiors and how they shape the atmosphere of wedding – the drinks reception particularly.

The following are among the top 3 reasons that every Parkanaur wedding is a unique and intimate event:

1 Parkanaur boasts rich “Elizabethan style” interiors. It has a Great Hall lit by three perpendicular windows, with a tudor style arched screen and minstrels gallery at its south end. It is a fantastic backdrop for the wedding reception and the rooms flow really well together making for a great atmosphere (and moments).

2 Parkanaur Manor House is set in beautiful grounds, wooded by the planting of 21,000 trees and 91,000 quicks by John Henry Burges. It boasts a rare herd of white fallow deer, one of only two herds in Ireland and much of the original estate is in the ownership of the DARD Forestry Service.

3 Parkanaur Manor House has stunning architecture – designed by famed architect Thomas Duff. He is also responsible for the beautiful Newry Cathedral, the initial designs of Armagh Cathedral and Narrow Water Castle, described by W.M. Thackery as “a good specimen of the Tudor Gothic”.

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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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