Cliff at Lyons is a beautiful retreat, lovingly restored to become one of Ireland’s most beautiful wedding destinations. The venue forms part of the vast Lyons Demesne, which was restored to its former glory by the late Irish entrepreneur and Ryanair founder Tony Ryan, who purchased the property in 1996. I love creating Cliff at Lyons wedding photography thanks to the Village at Lyons wonderful setting and fabulous interiors.
This idyllic hideaway, which originated in the 1800’s is located along the towpath of the Grand Canal, less than 30 minutes from Dublin in Celbridge, Co Kildare. In 2016 the Village at Lyons was taken over by Irish businessman Barry O’Callaghan and joins a portfolio of stunning Irish hotels owned by Mr O’Callaghan.
The following are among the top 3 reasons that every Cliff at Lyons wedding is a unique, luxurious and exclusive event:
1 Tempting menus and gourmet wines from the team at Cliff at Lyons combine to make the food and drink on your wedding day simply unforgettable.
2 Cliff at Lyons is licensed for civil ceremonies in addition to being a fantastic venue for your reception. La Serre and the Mill are beautiful wedding ceremony venues with The Mill having a stunning backdrop of the cascading waterfall fed via the Millrace from the Grand Canal.
3 The Mill at Cliff at Lyons is a spectacular double height space with seating capacity for up to 130 guests. It has a dramatic 17th century fireplace and the soothing sounds of the waterfall add to the unique feel of the room.
To view more Cliff at Lyons wedding photography please visit my portfolio or contact me below.
Cliff at Lyons, Co Kildare, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 630 3500
About Dylan McBurney
Dylan McBurney is an Irish wedding photographer from Belfast with over ten years experience in documenting some of the best weddings all around Ireland North and South. His romantic, beautifully natural documentary-style wedding photography focuses on the bride and groom’s interactions with friends and family, often revealing powerful emotions and relationships.