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If you’re looking for a Fairy Tale Venue for your wedding day, look no further than the Station House Hotel.
This charming country house hotel offers a unique setting for weddings with lots of unique features, a romantic atmosphere and twelve acres of manicured gardens and woodlands, providing the perfect backdrop for photographs and recordings.
The authentic stone Turntable set amid the forested gardens offers a truly magical setting for your outdoor ceremony or pre-wedding breakfast drinks. The original two storey railway signal cabin, now serves as the detached Signal Suite, with original steel staircase, four-poster bed and relaxing whirlpool bath.
The Carriage Suite, originally the engine room and workshop of the old train station, is now a stunning dedicated function room with original stonework capable of seating up to 200 people comfortably.
Depending on plans for your special day, the award winning Signal Restaurant is also the perfect place to host smaller weddings, or you may decide to have exclusive use of the full hotel venue for your event.
For couples trying to select a location for their wedding, County Meath is an excellent option.
Meath's historical roots provide the foundation for romance in Ireland.
A charming country house hotel, with a rich history set only 20 miles from Dublin and boasting the Award Winning Signal Restaurant, The Station House Hotel provides just the picture perfect setting that will make your special day that little but more special.
Standing on 12 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, woods and lawns, you will enjoy a wealth of photographic possibilities and a variety of scenic backdrops to create a beautiful wedding photo album.
With a reputation for weddings that is unsurpassed, the hotel, with its open fires and country charms, benefits from a luxurious and romantic setting that cannot fail to impress.
The charm of the hotel lies in the fact that it has been lovingly restored from a converted railway junction. Over the years the building has been transformed into the quaint and cosy boutique hotel that stands today.
The hotel has managed to keep the magic and charm of its former identity, but with a warmth and service that puts it in a class of its own.