Wedding Venue in Co Clare

Weddings at The Killaloe Hotel
Memories are made in unforgettable places

A location as enchanting
as the love you share.

The Perfect Marriage of Style and Substance – you don’t simply want your wedding to look the best, you want it to be the best.

That’s why we have a strict rule “Just one wedding a day” – to ensure you have our undivided attention. But let’s start at the beginning …

Planning your wedding at The Killaloe Hotel & Spa.

The Killaloe Hotel is in one of Ireland’s most uniquely beautiful locations, nestled in woodland overlooking Lough Derg, as it narrows before the bridge at Killaloe. This unique atmosphere may attract couples but it’s the amenities, and the professionalism of our dedicated wedding planners, that seal the deal.

No two weddings here are alike. We focus on the details and rehearse every step of the way, so you can be sure the day of your dreams comes true!

“There’s no such thing as a ‘Killaloe’ wedding – it’s your wedding!”

On The Day

How will you arrive? By limo through the gates? Or by boat into our secure marina?

Stroll through our carefully landscaped grounds while up to 172 guests sip Champagne. Choose locations for your photographs, among our signature features, including the Roof Top Terrace, Marina Gardens, the fountain and the lakeshore.

When you sit down in the banqueting room, surrounded by your loved ones, it will be your dream come true. Because every detail of the layout and every morsel of the menu will be just as you imagined it would be. Congratulations …

And, the next day? Why not host a post-wedding barbecue at The Pagoda, down by the lake, for guests who have stayed over?

Whether you want to book, pay a visit or just want to make an enquiry, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. 

“LIKE GOLD DUST, YOU MUST NOT LET TIME RUN THROUGH YOUR FINGERS. GRASP HOLD OF IT, TREASURE IT AND SPEND IT WISELY.” ANON

From falling leaves to rising fly
Where eagles soar and swans glide by,
Here, where lake and river meet
Where peace begins and life is sweet.



The Killaloe Hotel & Spa
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