Millhouse Slane weddings take place in a magical, exclusive wedding venue on the banks of the River Boyne, Co. Meath. Elegant individual contemporary rooms, with scenic views, in a luxurious venue for group bookings. A combination of old world charm and contemporary design creates a very unique luxury wedding venue. Spectacular wedding banquets are held in the Pavilion, a beautiful, light-filled mirrored dining room. Decorated in warm, natural tones and with stripped-back wood flooring and a draped fabric ceiling, your guests can celebrate your wedding in style. The Old Millhouse can accommodate 150 people in the Pavilion or, alternatively, the bi-fold doors at the front of the Pavilion can be opened to extend the Pavillion to 240 people using an add-on marquee giving enchanting views of the Orchard, gardens and the River Boyne.
Millhouse offers alternative weddings in their Georgian Manor House wedding venue with a choice of indoor and outdoor venues for your civil ceremony. You can get married in the dramatic Mill ceremony room, in the Orchard or on the riverside garden.
These are among the top three reasons why Millhouse Slane weddings are always unique and exclusive events:
1. At night the fairy light canopy and the chandeliers create an unforgettable starlit atmosphere.
2. Millhouse has a beautiful private dressing room beside the river. This suite is the perfect space for you and your wedding party to enjoy all aspects of getting ready from hair to make-up while getting amazing photographs.
3. Millhouse is exclusive to you and your guests alone on your special day so that you will have the full attention of their wedding team.
To see more of my Millhouse Slane wedding photography please visit my portfolio or contact me below.
The Old Millhouse, Slane, Co. Meath, Ireland
Tel: +353 (041) 982 0723
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.