Belle Isle Castle weddings take place in an amazing 17th-century castle on an idyllic island in Northern Ireland’s Fermanagh lakelands. Belle Isle is an enchanted setting for civil wedding ceremonies and receptions. The castle itself is the embodiment of romantic, old-world charm, while the estate’s 470 acres of rolling hills, flowering meadows, tranquil gardens, and views of Lough Erne form a magical backdrop for photographs and memories.
Belle Isle Castle can accommodate up to 27 guests in 13 individually decorated guest rooms across & suites, eleven of which are en-suite. These are perfect to ensure your families and bridal party experience the ultimate in Irish Castle luxury. Additional guests may stay on the property in award-winning Courtyard Apartments, the Coach House as well as in one of the delightful Cottages. The whole estate can accommodate up to 65 overnight guests.
These are among the top three reasons why Belle Isle Castle weddings are always unique and exclusive events:
1. Wedding ceremonies take place in Belle Isle Castle’s magnificent grand hall, before a fireplace in the art-filled drawing room. The grand hall can be decorated with flowers and other personal touches. You can also hold the ceremony outside surrounded by blossoms in the verdant sunken garden.
2. Belle Isle has plenty of spectacular views which will make your photographs be the envy of all. From the views across Lough Erne, the landscaped gardens with Belle Isle Castle in the background and the grand staircases complemented by period features inside the castle.
3. Belle Isle Castle is situated on the tranquil shores of a private island in Lough Erne.
To see more of my Fermanagh wedding photography please visit my portfolio or contact me below.
Belle Isle Castle, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
Tel: +44 (0)28 6638 7231
About Dylan McBurney
Dylan McBurney is an international award-winning wedding photographer covering the whole of Ireland from his base in Carrickfergus, County Antrim just north of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Dylan discovered wedding photojournalism after his own wedding in France to Caroline and after discovering the legendary work of the master of the decisive moment Henri Cartier-Bresson in 2004. Since then he has been finding his own decisive moments for his clients and looks forward to shooting every wedding he participates in.