Looking For A Dream Wedding Venue? You Must Visit Clontarf Castle Hotel

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Yes, we know you've probably just got engaged and may not have even chosen the rings yet, let alone thought about potential venues... Or have you? Regardless of what stage of the planning you're at, 'tis the wedding season, so it never hurts to consider all the options, particularly given that you'll have to book that reception location as early as possible. And in terms of venues, it doesn't get more romantic and beautiful than the renowned Clontarf Castle Hotel.

Brides and grooms-to-be along with those couples still celebrating Christmas proposals won’t want to miss the Winter Wedding Afternoon at Clontarf Castle Hotel, tomorrow Sunday, 14th January from 1-5pm.

What To Expect

Taking place in the stunning Great Hall ballroom on Sunday afternoon, Clontarf Castle’s experienced and dedicated wedding team will be available on the day to offer advice on creating your dream day as you enjoy Prosecco and a taste of the wedding menus at the castle prepared by Executive Head Chef Stuart Heaney. Clontarf Castle’s team will also be joined by Amazing Cakes, Clontarf Florist, Event Central, Paul Kelly Photography, Carol & Associates (entertainment) and Polly Cake Pops allowing couples to explore the essential extra details of their wedding day.

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Unique Surroundings For Your Dream Day

So why should you choose Clontarf Castle Hotel? Set in idyllic surroundings, Clontarf Castle Hotel is a romantic 12th-century castle that offers the perfect blend of a traditional castle with modern interior design, facilities and a contemporary art gallery adorning the walls. There's also a stunning atrium lobby, beautifully landscaped gardens and an outdoor terrace - just think of the photographs - as well as a team known for their undisputable hospitality.

Want to find out more? Make sure to attend the Winter Wedding Afternoon at Clontarf Castle Hotel, tomorrow Sunday, 14th January from 1-5pm, call 01 8332321 or visit www.clontarfcastle.ie.

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