Lough Eske Castle is located just outside Donegal Town on a beautiful lakeside estate surrounded by the fabled Blue Stack Mountains. Lough Eske Castle was lavishly refurbished in 2007 and extended to create the modern comforts and graceful luxury of a timeless world class boutique hotel. With stunning views amidst 43 acres of unspoilt woodlands, providing you with a spectacular and unique backdrop making it the ideal venue for your fairy-tale wedding.
Lough Eske Castle is redefining luxury in the North West. Modern and elegant, it is the perfect place to hold your wedding ceremony and reception. The elegant ballroom extends into your own exclusive tranquil gardens which offer fantastic picture opportunities. There’s also a number of specially commissioned pieces of artwork throughout the grounds for more unique and memorable backdrops to your photographs.
This lovingly restored castle-hotel is the only 5* castle in the Northwest Region of the Wild Atlantic Way and consists of 96 beautifully appointed guestrooms, our awarding winning Spa Solís, Cedars Grill Restaurant and the relaxed Gallery Bar. The Ladies and Gentlemen of Lough Eske Castle truly provide superior hospitality and dedication to our guests that is thoughtful, reliable, consistent and complete. Whether you have 2 or 300 guests let the magic of Lough Eske Castle contribute to perfecting the most memorable day of your life.
Lough Eske Castle Weddings
Wow! We are in for a real treat at the Wedding Experience Day on the Sunday 25th of February from 1pm-4pm Come and experience Lough Eske Castle’s unique wedding facilities and meet some wedding suppliers that will be here on the day such as:• Simply Divine Weddings - http://www.simplydivineweddings.ie/ • Lough Erne Cakes - https://www.loughernecakes.com/ • Sarah Fyffe Photography - http://sarahfyffe.com/ • Ghorm Studio Photography - www.ghormstudio.ie/ • GMG Wedding Services - http://www.gerardmcgirr.com/ RSVP essential | Limited availability Contact our Wedding Coordinator Simon on 0749743136 or email email@example.comPosted by Lough Eske Castle on Friday, 9 February 2018