Amidst a 1000-acre estate, this luxury 5-star hotel near to Dublin occupies a crescent-shaped Palladian-style building right next to Powerscourt Golf Club, and is a mere 8 km from the seafront at Bray. The Powerscourt Hotel Resort and Spa is the most luxurious hotel in Wicklow.
Recently named AA Hotel of the Year, this gorgeous wedding hotel has two championship golf courses, a 30,000-square foot luxury spa by ESPA, a signature restaurant and a traditional Irish pub. You may only be 30 minutes away from Dublin but at every Powerscourt Hotel Wedding you will feel as if you are a world away. The views at Powerscourt are simply stunning with the Great Sugar Loaf Mountain of Wicklow across the valley, visible between the tall beech trees.
The following are among the top 3 reasons that every Powerscourt Hotel wedding is a unique, luxurious and exclusive experience:
1. Nestled beneath Sugar Loaf Mountain Powerscourt House’s location is unparalleled in the Garden of Ireland.
2. The rooms of Powerscourt House are simply stunning – from the moment you walk through the entrance to sitting down in the ballroom. With spectacular crystal chandeliers and gorgeous, tall Georgian-style corniced ceilings, the Ballroom is both spacious and strikingly elegant.
3. Powerscourt is approved for civil ceremonies. The luxurious Sally Gap Suite, which is a particularly popular space for celebrating civil ceremonies, is located high on the 5th floor with floor to ceiling windows and ideal for parties of up to 120 guests. Powerscourt weddings ceremonies can also take place in the reopened Secret Garden.
The times I’ve spent photographing at Powerscourt House Hotel have been amazing and I can’t wait to return here.
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Powerscourt Hotel, Co Wicklow, Ireland
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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.