Beaulieu House weddings take place in a magnificent small stately home about 45 minutes from Dublin on the banks of the river Boyne just outside Drogheda, County Louth. Beaulieu House is quite unique in Ireland, not only was it the first unfortified mansion to be built in the 17th century, but since then it has been held in continuous possession by the Titchborne family, having been passed down through the female side of the family.
These are among the top three reasons why Beaulieu House weddings are always unique and exclusive events:
1. Beaulieu House and Garden is a stunning environment that will impress your guests.
2. B/B accommodation at Beaulieu is available for couples and immediate family when they book a wedding in the house. Two luxury bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms are available and a third bedroom has an external bath.
3. The dining room at Beaulieu features a range of stunning artwork on the walls whilst the gardens outside are a perfect backdrop for family photographs.
To see more of my documentary wedding photography please visit my portfolio or contact me below.
Beaulieu House and Garden, Co Louth, Ireland
Tel: +353 (041) 983 8557
About Dylan McBurney
Dylan McBurney is an award winning Irish wedding photojournalist covering weddings all over Ireland. Since 2008 he has been documenting his clients weddings in places as far afield as Prague, Barcelona, London and France. He covers between 25 to 30 weddings a year in Ireland in his unique reportage style.