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Wonderful weddings in Kinsale

Wednesday, 29th January, 2020 4:02pm

Looking for the perfect venue for your big day? Kinsale Hotel & Spa might be just the spot!

The hotel is hosting a wedding fair on 23 February for couples who are set to tie the knot in the near future.

Lee Travel, Acorn Life, Cinderella’s Closet, Vintage Car Hire and Dermot O’Sullivan Photography are just some of the vendors who will be available to speak to on the day, so not only can you pick the perfect venue, but also all the trimmings to go with for your big day.

The luxury four star hotel is a venue that is ideal for a destination wedding. Kinsale Hotel & Spa is also the first hotel along the Wild Atlantic Way route. As well as country surroundings, some of the remains of the original manor house are still in place, giving plenty of photo opportunities for your wedding.

The historic grounds feature the original boundary walls, arches and boathouse ruins that originate in the 17th century when the property was owned by the Cramer family.

The hotel contains 70 guest rooms and suites, along with 20 luxury self-catering lodges, perfect for traveling family and friends. Kinsale Hotel & Spa is just 25 minutes from Cork Airport, and three hours from Dublin Airport.

The award-winning wedding team welcome couples from throughout Ireland and around the world with a personal touch to ensure your wedding day goes exactly as planned.

The hotel has also been approved by the HSE to host civil wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships with several different options available for all types of ceremonies, from outdoor setting to the Rathmore Banqueting Suite.

For more information call 021-4706000.

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