Kilkea Fortress, a beautiful 12th-century castle, has been occupied since 1180. Kilkea Castle is an hour from Dublin near Castledermot, County Kildare. Hugh de Lacey erected the castle for one of his Norman noblemen. Today, it welcomes five-star guests worldwide. Kilkea Castle’s beach-lined promenade overlooking the Killeshin Hills enchants visitors. The Castle is nestled on 180 acres of woods and gardens, a few minutes from Mullaghreelan Woods.
One hundred eighty acres of grounds and €35 million improvements make a Kilkea Castle wedding distinctive and intimate. You can consider it a spectacular wedding location for large and little parties!
What is so special about a Kilkea Castle wedding
Kilkea Castle, a wedding location in the rolling Kildare countryside less than an hour from Dublin, prioritizes the comfort and convenience of its couples.
To create a unique event for you, your spouse, and your guests, you may get their customized packages to meet your specific needs. From the minute they arrive at the end of the tree-lined street, your guests will feel at home and cared for.
Kilkea can accommodate small weddings or huge gatherings of friends and family. For outdoor ceremonies, the lawn or rose garden may be used. The stately castle serves as a stunning background for weddings in Kilkea Castle’s nine event venues. In addition to the reception meal alternatives (described below), the castle has a number of cozy nooks and crannies, including a gorgeous drawing room and a welcome bar called The Keep, which is open to the public. The sprawling estate offers a variety of beautiful sites for your wedding photos, as well.
The cuisine for Kilkea Castle wedding is characterized by two things: its outstanding flavors and its exquisite presentation. The cooking crew at Kilkea Castle prepares restaurant-quality Irish cuisine with a dash of international flair, with dishes like Duck and Foie Gras Terrine, Fillet of Beef with Wild Mushrooms, Red Wine Sauce, and Spinach and Toons Bridge Ricotta Ravioli. They also make a mean pot pie. Additionally, hors d’oeuvres, cheese and charcuterie boards, nighttime nibbles, and creative drinks may be provided in addition to a three- to the five-course wedding feast.