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Enjoy your wedding at The Eccles Hotel

Wednesday, 22nd August, 2018 4:34pm

Are you getting married?

The Eccles Hotel in Glengarriff will host a wedding showcase this Sunday 26 August from 1-5pm, offering prospective couples the chance to see the venue first hand.

The Eccles Hotel has been welcoming wedding couples to West Cork since 1745, and has hosted guests such as WB Yeats, Maureen O’Hara and Pippa Midleton. Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life and it's important that you make it an occasion to remember. A wedding at Eccles Hotel offers the perfect blend of tradition and class, in a timeless and vintage venue.

On the day, you’ll have the opportunity to see the Ilnacullin Ballroom set up in all its splendour, including Waterford Crystal chandeliers and show-stopping views of Bantry Bay.

Come along to this intimate wedding showcase to hear about our exciting array of wedding packages starting at just €55 per guest. You’ll have the chance to meet wedding co-ordinator Rose O’Sullivan and the Eccles' wedding team, and explore the newly refurbished bedrooms with bay views. With 62 bedrooms available, there’s more than enough room for your entire wedding party.

The bridal suite - The Yeats Suite - is complementary on your wedding night as part of a package. It’s also the ideal location for the morning of your wedding and large enough to host your bridal party makeup, hair and preparations. You can taste samples of the wedding menu options, consisting of locally sourced food from West Cork artisan food producers, tailored to suit your tastes and budget.

To confirm your attendance or to ask any questions in advance, contact the Wedding Team by email on weddings@eccleshotel.com or call us on 027-63003.

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