From eco-friendly retreats to luxurious country houses, SaveMyDay.ie has revealed the ultimate ranking of Ireland’s best-reviewed wedding venues of 2021.
Boasting fairytale castles, rugged coastlines, and gorgeous small towns and villages, Ireland is hailed as one of the world’s most romantic destinations.
Offering such a romantic feel, the Emerald Isle has long proven a popular choice for couples searching for the perfect wedding or honeymoon destination.
If your big day is coming up and you’re on the lookout for the perfect venue, read on; Ireland’s best-reviewed wedding venues of 2021 have been revealed.
Celebrating Ireland’s wedding industry – naming the best of the best
Dublin-based company SaveMyDay.ie announced the winners of their annual Wedding Venue Awards, revealing Ireland’s best-reviewed wedding venues of 2021.
Recognising “the top venues for their excellence, high quality, exceptional service, and unique offerings that make those special days truly special,” judges crowned winners across 15 different award categories.
From country houses to castles, boutique hotels to waterside venues, the judges left no stone unturned. With stunning venues all across the Emerald Isle to choose from, newlyweds are certainly spoilt for choice.
The winners – Ireland’s best-reviewed wedding venues of 2021
No matter what kind of wedding you want to enjoy, Ireland offers many fantastic options to choose from. Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa in Cork was the overall winner, taking the prize for Best Reviewed Wedding Venue of The Year 2021.
Taking the crown for the Best Boutique Hotel Wedding Venue is The Dean in Dublin. Meanwhile, Mountain View in Kilkenny ranked as Best Exclusive Wedding Venue, and The Abbey Wedding and Events Venue in Kildare took Best Historic Wedding Venue.
Judges rated Clontarf Castle as the Best Castle Wedding Venue, and Dublin City Hall the Best Ceremony Wedding Venue 2021. The River Lee in Cork took the crown for Best City Wedding Venue. Meanwhile, Dunowen House in Cork took Best Country House Wedding Venue.
The judges crowned MoLI (The Museum of Literature Ireland) in Dublin as the Best Cultural Wedding Venue and The Wicklow Escape as the Best Eco Wedding Venue.
Other top spots – enjoy your dream wedding in Ireland
Other top locations named among Ireland’s best-reviewed wedding venues of 2021 include No. 25 Fitzwilliam Place in Dublin, which took the prize for Best Intimate Wedding Venue.
Langton’s Hotel in Kilkenny took the top spot for Best Large Hotel Wedding Venue. Then, Ballintubbert Gardens and House in Laois took Best Outdoor Wedding Venue.
They named 10 Bridge Street in Killorglin, County Kerry, the Best Restaurant Wedding Venue. Meanwhile, they hailed Jack’s Coastguard Restaurant, also in Kerry, as the Best Waterside Wedding Venue.
So, there are plenty of incredible options to choose from across the Emerald Isle, and as such a wedding in Ireland has to be on the cards for anyone planning their big day in the coming months.
Boasting options perfect for all couples and styles of weddings, the Emerald Isle certainly boasts something for everyone.