On the banks of the River Boyne, this luxury boutique hotel occupies an 18th-century, Palladian-style house designed by architect Richard Cassels, and is just a couple of miles from the Royal Tara Golf Club and near to the ancient Hill of Tara.
One of the best things about a Bellinter House wedding in addition to the fantastic drawing room is the beautiful guest rooms upstairs – particularly the rooms available for the bridal party to prepare for the wedding ceremony. There are 35 guest rooms at Bellinter House and each room is individually styled with a mix of Original Georgian Features and modern design. You will be spoilt for choice when allocating bedrooms for your friends and family.
The following are among the top 3 reasons that Bellinter House weddings are noted, special and exclusive affairs:
1 Bellinter House weddings exude period glamour. This Meath Hotel meticulously preserves its classic Georgian heritage while enhancing it with the best of modern Irish design.
2 The grounds at Bellinter House are beautiful with ancient trees, mature gardens and views of the River Boyne. The centrepiece is a huge ancient weeping beech tree which sits on the front lawn of the house and is the perfect location for an outdoor wedding ceremony.
3 The bridal suite upstairs is a perfect space in which to prepare for the wedding and also to have photographs of the preparations on the morning of the wedding.
You can see more photographs from my favourite wedding at Bellinter House I photographed last year.
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