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Weddings and venue hire at Castle Coole

A bride and groom embrace with a tree-lined path behind them
Weddings at Castle Coole, County Fermanagh | © National Trust Images/Megan Taylor

Looking for a wedding venue with the wow factor? Castle Coole is one of the most stunning neo-classical houses in Ireland. Set within a landscape park with ancient woodlands and a lake, it’s the perfect venue for your wedding day. Find out how to enquire about weddings at Castle Coole here.

Planning your wedding

The ornate interiors will give a sense of grandeur and magnificence to your wedding ceremony, corporate function or formal dining event. We’re licensed to host full wedding ceremonies so you can enjoy your full day at Castle Coole.

Close-up of a groomsman's hands holding the wedding ring at Stewart House and Garden, County Down, Northern Ireland.
A groomsman holding the wedding ring | © National Trust Images/Megan Taylor

Grand Entrance Hall

The Entrance Hall at Castle Coole is licensed for both civil weddings and civil partnership ceremonies, and the hall provides a spectacular setting for your special day. The hall can also be hired for formal dining or a drinks reception, it’s the perfect place to impress your guests.

The Breakfast Room

The Breakfast Room offers an ideal space for hosting a drinks reception for your guests. Although it's not licensed for ceremonies, it can be used in conjunction with the grand Entrance Hall to toast the happy couple after the ceremony or for private dining.

Marquee site

Larger receptions can be held in a marquee on the front lawn with the house as your unique backdrop. The marquee site is located directly opposite the house and is available for hire throughout the year.

Detail of the back of the bride's dress from a wedding at Mount Stewart House and Garden, County Down, Northern Ireland.
A couple saying wedding vows | © National Trust Images/Megan Taylor

Photo opportunities

Castle Coole provides a picturesque backdrop for wedding photography. The exterior of the house and surrounding grounds are available to use to capture your day. Please contact us for further information.

Starting your wedding journey

For more information including availability, prices to suit your specific requirements, or to arrange an appointment, contact us via email at or call 028 6634 8249

Visitors exploring the grounds of Castle Coole, County Fermanagh

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Step inside one of the finest neo-classical houses in Ireland, experience the ornate interiors and explore the extensive servant’s’ world below stairs.

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Stride out on a walk through the woodland park, stroll beside the lake or join a guided tour to discover a historic landscape.

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History of Castle Coole 

Uncover the story of one of the greatest neo-classical country houses in Ireland. Built in the 1790s it had some of the finest interiors and furnishings in the country.

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Visiting Castle Coole with your dog 

Castle Coole is a one pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome at Castle Coole. Please help to ensure that all visitors, with or without dogs, can enjoy their visit by following these guidelines.

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Eating at Castle Coole 

Tuck into a seasonal menu of hot lunches, sandwiches, teas, coffees, cakes and bakes in the historic Tallow House Tea-room at Castle Coole.