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Clonabreany House

Clonabreany House Opens Its Doors

A Magnificent New Wedding Venue

Co. Meath, Ireland: 3rd July 2009:   Clonabreany House will officially open its doors on Thursday the 23rd of July 2009. Atmospheric and unique, this magnificent new wedding destination is located at the gateway to the Boyne Valley in the heart of County Meath just one hour from Dublin. A uniquely sympathetic renovation and rejuvenation of this fine Georgian property is now complete and it is now positioned to lead the way as one of Irelands’ most desirable wedding venues.

This historic property is surrounded by breathtaking countryside and consists of a beautifully restored courtyard comprising of 10 self contained houses, a cosy sibin bar with old time country character, and a grand marquee with bar, dancing and dining facilities catering for up to 200 guests. The main houses boast four beautiful reception rooms and three bedrooms furnished in period style with the bridal suite enjoying spectacular views over the Loughcrew Hills.

Decorated to the very highest standard, this delightful venue exudes character and romance, offering the bride and groom and their wedding party complete exclusivity and privacy for their special day. All food is prepared by their in house chef who uses the best fresh, seasonal, local produce available.  With immaculately landscaped grounds, Clonabreany offers a breathtaking, quintessentially Irish backdrop that’s perfect for memorable photographs. The venue is also available for private and corporate functions.


http://www.clonabreanyhouse.ie

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