GREAT IRISH WEDDING VENUE IN KILKENNY

June 5, 2018

BESPOKE & PRIVATE

In the Irish countryside is a Hamlet which speaks of Irish tradition with farmhouses and barns in stone around a central courtyard. Each has modern light filled interiors and accommodates 22 people sharing in 11 bedrooms, double height living spaces and enclosed by hedgerow and walled gardens and orchards in Ireland's Ancient East.

A PATTERN LANGUAGE

As of old, the central courtyard links to avenues and lanes and is the gathering place for meeting and activity. Cows would have been brought here to the Dairy, farm hands would have gathered in the pre-famine Cottage, hens would have pecked and crowed and donkeys with carts ferried milk and news to the creamery. 

THE BALLILOGUE HAMLET

Now at Ballilogue, that same Hamlet provides a place for couples to bring their loved ones for two, perhaps three days to enjoy the privacy, architecture and tradition of this unique and special place while celebrating their be- spoke Wedding. Perhaps a ceremony in the Old Dairy, canapés and champagne in the walled garden, music in Mrs. Meaney's pre-famine Cottage, drinks in the Shed bar and dining in the marquee set up in style in the courtyard linking gardens and houses.

INISTIOGE & THE KILKENNY COUNTRYSIDE

Close-by are the wonderful villages and towns of Kilkenny. Inistioge with it's Woodstock Gardens and Thomastown on the Nore. They form a stunning background heading south to Ballilogue and the hidden gem that is Clodagh Church close by. Guests stay on site at Ballilogue or the local coach takes them back and forth along the valley to accommodation close-by.

THE DECOR & THE DETAIL

Nothing is left to chance for a magical celebration. Superb catering, music, selection of wines, cake, flowers, transport and the finishing touches. It's what happens at Ballilogue. See what couples have to say about their Irish Wedding at Ballilogue.

 

 

 

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