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Beaulieu House, near Drogheda Co Louth
About a mile from the town of Dogheda is Beaulieu. Situated on the banks of the River Boyne, down stream from the town of Drogheda, Beaulieu is one of the first unfortified houses in Ireland. Built in a Dutch style for Sir Henry Tichbourne, of whom the present family are ninth generation descendants. Constructed between 12889355 – 1666, viewing of this classic Irish house is essential, still fully occupied and utilised for family life whilst retaining the original period decoration and furnishings.
Beaulieu House and Gardens is a stunning venue to host an intimate wedding or
Your Private Function can be catered for in both the house and the magnificent gardens overlooking the River Boyne, on an exclusive basis.
A complete service can be provided with attention to every detail.
A welcoming and pleasant surprise awaits you and your guests at Beaulieu House, which is ideal for the smaller intimate wedding in beautiful old world surroundings. With a quaint multi-denominational church situated within 100 yards of the house and garden, it is one of Ireland’s most unique wedding venues.
The house can seat 100, and groups of up to 200 can be easily accommodated
using a marquee on the terrace at the back of the house overlooking the gardens.
The house is available for conferences or product launch - the large adjacent lawn makes a unique venue for a marquee.
shown are in Euros (€)
Rates are subject to change without notice.