Ballydugan Mill is a beautifully restored 18th Century Flour Mill, just outside. Downpatrick, full of unique charm and character. Originally built in 1792 and respectfully brought back to life by the current owner, Mr Noel Killen, the quiet countryside setting of this rustic romantic venue is perfect for your wedding. I have photographed several weddings at Ballydugan Mill over the years and it never fails to please.
The following are among the top 3 reasons that weddings at Ballydugan Mill are unique, luxurious and exclusive events:
1 Ballydugan can cater for both more intimate weddings of up to 130 guests in the beautiful Locale restaurant and larger weddings with the addition of a marquee.
2 The Mill is licensed to hold both wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships.
3 22 ensuite bedrooms and the recent conversion of the granary provide guest accommodation, furnished with exposed beams and brass and iron
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The Mill at Ballydugan, Co Down, Northern Ireland
Tel: ++44 (0)28 4461 3654
About Dylan McBurney
Dylan McBurney is an award winning Irish wedding photojournalist covering weddings all over Ireland. Since 2006 he has captured over 300 weddings, 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.