Cabra Castle weddings take place in one of Ulster’s favourite Castle Hotels. On the edge of magnificent Dún a Rí Forest Park stands the majestic Cabra Castle, one of Ireland’s most luxurious castle hotels. Located in the north-east of County Cavan, an hour’s drive from Dublin and just 90 minutes from Belfast, Cabra Castle is the perfect place to bring people together. Whether you dream of an intimate party for 40, or a grand affair for up to 270 guests, Cabra Castle is a glorious place to hold your wedding and offers a choice of wonderful on-site locations where you can say “I do”.
If your numbers are larger, make your vows in front of your special guests in our Grand Ballroom under softly-lit Waterford Crystal chandeliers, in the most magical atmosphere. Smaller numbers will be entranced by a ceremony, partnership or blessing in our intimate and very personal Garden Room. If the weather allows, Cabra Castle recommend a stunning open-air ceremony location on the Gallerie Veranda, overlooking Mitzie’s Garden, an Italian-style garden bursting with fragrant plants and glorious colour.
These are among the top three reasons why Cabra Castle weddings are always unique and exclusive events:
1. Cabra Castle Hotel’s gracious splendour and stunning setting combine to make this one of the most unique wedding venues in Ireland. Period features and furnishings create an authentic, old-world charm and a long tradition of warm and friendly service.
2. Luxury accommodation – Cabra Castle has 105 bedrooms appointed with 4-star facilities
3. Cabra Castle’s Banqueting team are on hand to look after all your requirements and ensure your event is both memorable and magical.
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Cabra Castle Hotel, Co Cavan, Ireland
Tel: +353 (042) 966 7030
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.