MORE THAN JUST ONE FAB DAY

May 16, 2017

An Irish Wedding Celebration that's more than one fab day at Ballilogue.

Finding A Place Apart

An Irish connection is often, if not always the case with many of the couples who plan their celebration at Ballilogue in the Kilkenny countryside. One couple to wed at Ballilogue this year met in Kilkenny when they both travelled in Ireland and that connection and special memory brings them back to celebrate their wedding with family and close friends. 

 

Ballilogue Hamlet

For their special wedding celebration and commitment to each other couples look to Ballilogue Hamlet for a bespoke and very private experience catering to an intimate group of 30-60 friends and family.

Invariably, the Ballilogue wedding couples think a great deal about the type of wedding celebration they imagine. One fab day in a hotel with hundreds of guests or a private few days together with those closest to them in the Kilkenny countryside at Ballilogue? 

A Bespoke Irish Wedding

 Not for them the standard package! Instead the pleasure of customising their wedding celebration, layering it over relaxed days with bubbly, music and laughter! Curiously and creatively following 'the road less travelled'. Fusing celebration with history, art, design and architecture at Ballilogue and sharing that experience with their friends and loved ones.

Three Perfect Days

Private gardens awash with wildflowers, walled gardens with juicy figs and orchards laden with old Irish variety, sweet smelling apples. Light filled interior spaces that connects through a glass atrium to decks and elegant gardens. Not to mention, the 11 luxury on-suite bedrooms with Egyptian cotton linen.

 

Inistioge 

Add to this the peace and tranquility. Birdsong and the privacy of this contemporary hamlet at Ballilogue near Inistioge in south Kilkenny. Three Kilkenny stone houses connected through courtyards and gardens, an original Old Dairy, now a dining hall, the Design and Craft shop and an Irish Cottage for music and storytelling that dates back to perhaps 1640, a 100 years before the great Irish Famine.

Authentic and Irish

Ireland and Ballilogue itself has seen emigration through necessity, opportunity or sometimes adventure! 

Now it's also wonderful that many who live around the world make the return journey to Ballilogue to be part of something Irish, authentic, yet luxurious and stylish for their special Wedding celebration and not just for one fab day!

 

 

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