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Belfast

Standing on the east coast along the banks of the River Lagan, Belfast is the largest and capital city of Northern Ireland. Belfast has a plethora of parkland and forest parks, ranging from the Victorian Botanic Gardens in the city centre to the heights of Cave Hill Country Park, the vast expanse of Lagan Valley Regional Park, and Colin Glen. Belfast's parks and gardens are a vital part of its history and are a haven for a variety of local wildlife. There are countless places to visit in and around Belfast, from national parks to museums, distilleries to historic sites. There are two airports, George Best Belfast City Airport, located 3 miles from the city centre, and Belfast International Airport, which is located 15 miles west of the city. Connected to Dublin City in Ireland via the M1, Belfast has an excellent public transport system ensuring ease of accessibility for travelling guests. Belfast's climate suggests mild winters and warm summers. August is the hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 18°C while January is the coldest month, with a maximum average temperature of 6°C. Photo by K. Mitch Hodge on Unsplash

8 Wedding Venues in Belfast meet your criteria

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Antrim, Northern Ireland
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Rosspark Hotel offers a one wedding a day venue, to make sure that all attention is focused upon you. Rosspark Hotel also offers purpose built wedding pavilion for that unique...

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2-220

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£49.93

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Image of Slieve Donard Resort & Spa
Down, Northern Ireland
Overlooking the glistening waves of the Irish Sea and the majestic Mourne Mountains, the Victorian splendour of the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa creates a stunningly Romantic...
Image of The Culloden Estate & Spa
Down, Northern Ireland
Perched on the slopes of the Holywood Hills just outside Belfast, the opulent 5-star Culloden Estate & Spa boasts a commanding view of Belfast Lough and the County Antrim...
Image of Ballygally Castle
Antrim, Northern Ireland
Ballygally Castle exclusively accommodates one wedding per day, ensuring that you truly become the Queen and King of the Castle. As a historic and intimate venue, this...
Image of Europa Hotel
Antrim, Northern Ireland
Craft your ideal wedding day against the enchanting backdrop of Belfast City. Over the years, we've overseen numerous breathtaking ceremonies, including some of the most...
Image of Stormont Hotel
Antrim, Northern Ireland
From the inception of your plans to the enchantment of the actual day, the skilled team of wedding specialists at the Stormont Hotel will meticulously coordinate every moment....
Image of Grand Central Hotel
Antrim, Northern Ireland

Elegantly uncomplicated, yet undeniably exquisite.

Image of Titanic Hotel Belfast
Antrim, Northern Ireland
Sail away to the perfect wedding day! Located in the magnificently restored former headquarters of Harland & Wolff, Titanic Hotel Belfast is the grand opening to your...
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Belfast

Standing on the east coast along the banks of the River Lagan, Belfast is the largest and capital city of Northern Ireland. Belfast has a plethora of parkland and forest parks, ranging from the Victorian Botanic Gardens in the city centre to the heights of Cave Hill Country Park, the vast expanse of Lagan Valley Regional Park, and Colin Glen. Belfast's parks and gardens are a vital part of its history and are a haven for a variety of local wildlife. There are countless places to visit in and around Belfast, from national parks to museums, distilleries to historic sites. There are two airports, George Best Belfast City Airport, located 3 miles from the city centre, and Belfast International Airport, which is located 15 miles west of the city. Connected to Dublin City in Ireland via the M1, Belfast has an excellent public transport system ensuring ease of accessibility for travelling guests. Belfast's climate suggests mild winters and warm summers. August is the hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 18°C while January is the coldest month, with a maximum average temperature of 6°C. Photo by K. Mitch Hodge on Unsplash

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