Carrygerry is a Charming “Old World” Country House, which was built in 1793, near Shannon, in the Scenic County Clare in the West of Ireland. Although less than 10 minutes from Shannon International Airport, you will experience a Country House atmosphere of peace & tranquillity, with antique furnishings & glowing fires.
With 11 elegant guest rooms between our main house and courtyard, all individually styled, vary in size, with antique furnishings, some having four poster beds in keeping with the character of this fine old country house
A wonderful setting for an intimate wedding in County Clare, our historic country house could be the perfect venue for your big day. With its rural and tranquil setting surrounded by green pastures, we offer you the opportunity of a unique and memorable experience.
Perfect for a drinks reception or ideal as a background for timeless photographs, the charming courtyard at the rear of the house is also ideal for special private blessings.
Our fully inclusive package includes:
- Red carpet welcome
- Champagne greeting on arrival for Bridal party
- Complimentary tea or coffee on arrival for guests
- Fresh floral table arrangements
- Complimentary overnight accommodation in Bridal Suite
For grooms who want a bit of relaxation the day after the wedding, we are fortunate to have some of the finest golf Courses the West of Ireland can offer in very close proximity, Shannon, Lahinch, Adare, Doonbeg & Dromoland to name but a few. And likewise for the bride, the medieval Castle in both Bunratty and Limerick are an enjoyable way to spend a leisurely afternoon.
Our award winning “Conservatory Restaurant” overlooking the Shannon and Fergus Estuary is a relaxed & charming place to dine, so expect top quality food on your big day.
We are proud of the reputation our restaurant has gained over the years and in order to ensure that the highest standards are maintained, we use only the finest and freshest local produce, with a large emphasis on organic and artisan growers and producers while always respecting the season.
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