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Weddings at Florence Court

View of the Entrance Hall looking towards the cantilevered staircase at Florence Court, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
View of the Entrance Hall at Florence Court | © National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel

Looking for a wedding venue with the wow factor? Mountain views partnered with this magnificent mid-18th century mansion estate create the perfect match for a wedding venue. Set within a stunning estate, its sweeping vistas and ancient woodlands offer couples an exceptional place of beauty to magnify the magic of their unforgettable wedding day.

The perfect wedding venue

Built in a classical style and embellished with superb rococo plasterwork, Florence Court is undoubtedly a hidden gem when it comes to the perfect wedding venue. Take a look at the options for your ceremony and reception.

The Blue Room

The Blue Room, located just off the first-floor landing in the main house, is perfect for a more private dining experience for you and your guests.

The Entrance Hall

With its grand open-well staircase, the Entrance Hall offers an impressive setting for your wedding ceremony. Classical in style, it reflects the outside facade.

The Colonel's Room

The octagonal Colonel’s Room with its coved ceiling and fine marble chimney piece provides an inviting venue for wedding ceremonies and formal dining.

Wedding photography

If you hold your wedding at Florence Court you can make full use of the breath-taking surroundings for your wedding photos. Depending on the time of year, the formal Rose Garden provides a beautiful setting to create the perfect picture, and the more informal Pleasure Grounds provide a wonderful variety of settings to capture your special day, with the slopes of Benaughlin Mountain in the backdrop.

Start planning your day

If you would like more information on holding your wedding at Florence Court, including room capacities and pricing, please download a copy of the wedding brochure. To arrange a time to view the venue, please email us or call 028 6634 8249.

The east front of Florence Court, County Fermanagh

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