10 stylish Meath wedding venues you need to check out
If you’re hoping to get married outside but close to Dublin, surrounded by gorgeous countryside, Meath wedding venues should be right up your alley! Here SmartGroom has rounded up our favourite Meath wedding venues…
Meath Wedding Venues #1. Ballymagarvey Village
Set in the heart of Boyne Valley, Ballymagarvey Village is a restored flax mill is a beautiful historical venue for your wedding ceremony with its exposed beams and original cast windows. Take pictures or simply relax on the balcony of the ceremony room, which looks out over rolling countryside and Birtonstown Woodlands.
Meath Wedding Venues #2. Tankardstown
For the couple who wants a luxurious and elegant wedding, Tankardstown is one for you. Enjoy pre-dinner drinks and canapés in the drawing rooms of the Main House, and then lead your guests down a winding staircase to the Orangery for a truly amazing meal.
They’ll even play music in the walled garden to welcome guests as they arrive and make them feel as though they’re in Versailles.
Meath Wedding Venues #3. The Millhouse
Apart from being a fab location, one great aspect to holding your wedding at The Millhouse is that you’ll be given complementary access to their award-winning online wedding service, Moposa, which will simplify the planning process and make communicating with friends and family even easier.
The venue itself is a great combination of contemporary design and old world charm, with an amazing kitchen team who can make their menu embody and perfect any theme you have in mind.
Meath Wedding Venues #4. Clonabreany House
This Georgian country house is steeped in history and hidden in the heart of Meath’s beautiful countryside. The Clonabreany team specialise in private bespoke weddings, uniquely tailoring a wedding package especially for you.
Meath Wedding Venues #5. Bellinter House
Once you see the ancient weeping beech on the front lawn, you’re going to be very tempted to host your wedding here just for the awesome pictures. But there are many other reasons to choose Bellinter House as your venue, whether you’re planning an outdoor or indoor wedding party for your guests.
Meath Wedding Venues #6. The Conyngham Arms
Set in Meath’s famous manor village, Slane, this Boyne Valley venue will make you feel as though you’re getting married in the French countryside, only much easier to plan and much nicer on the pockets. The Lavender Suite in The Conyngham Arms can seat up to 140 guests, so it’s perfect for bigger weddings, and the landscaped gardens are perfect for drinks on sunny days or for wedding photos by the fountain.
Meath Wedding Venues #7. Boyne Hill House
This mansion estate is a private wedding venue nestled on a 38-acre site overlooking the River Boyne. With a secret walled garden and beautiful forestry, Boyne Hill House is a must for any couple who loves the great outdoors and wants to factor it into the celebrations and photos.
Meath Wedding Venues #8. The Johnstown Estate
Set in 120 acres of wooded parkland and old walled gardens, this venue is viewed as one of Ireland’s top luxury venues. For those seeking sophistication and comfort, The Johnstown Estate coordinator and banqueting team are experienced in creating perfect wedding ceremonies down to the very last detail.
Meath Wedding Venues#9. Glebe House
Attracting couples from China, Australia, Japan and even Bermuda, Glebe House has been a popular wedding venue among people all over the world. With rose gardens and a courtyard perfect for private pre-drinks, this Meath venue has a lot to offer you on your wedding day.
Meath Wedding Venues #10. Station House Hotel
This restored station house with lots of quirky features from the original building is perfect for anyone who wants a fairy-tale vibe to their wedding. The Original Turntable in the Station House Hotel’s landscaped forest offers a unique setting for any outdoor ceremony, while the Carriage Suite is perfect for indoor ceremonies and large receptions.