Tankardstown house wedding venue in Meath

Tankardstown House was formed from confiscated land in the early 17th century. The lands were merged to create demesnes with large houses at the focal point.

In the year 1710, the house was passed to the  Coddington family, they lived in Oldbridge house the site of the battle of the Boyne.

By the mid 18th century, it was owned by Brabazon Morris. Brabazon Moriss mortgaged the site until it was bought out in 1815 by Francis Blackburne, lord chancellor of Ireland.

We have a profound knowledge of the venue after working there over the past number of the years. The staff are so welcoming and kind and know how to resolve and difficult situation.

Celebrate your Big Day at this magnificent luxurious venue with your family and friends.

Whatever your taste they have it, understated elegance and luxury provide the perfect most beautiful backdrop to your Big Day.

Exclusively yours for the day, guests are welcomed into the main house drawing rooms for pre-dinner drinks and canapés, then following downs winding staircases to the magnificent Orangery where dinning, worthy of its surroundings, is served with great care and attention to detail.

This venue is one of the most popular venues in Meath.

We love working with adventurous couples who have a love for story and if you would like to view some of our work you can check out weding film portfolio here.

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Find out more by clicking here on the 👉 website for Tankardstown House

One of the top Irish wedding blogs, One Fab Day have also listed Tankardstown house in their list of 37 Wonderful Winter Wedding Venues in Ireland.

There really is an abundance of wedding venues in Meath

You can view one of our wedding videos from Tankardstown House by clicking on the link below.

"Wedding videographer of the year" as voted by fellow wedding videographers and photographers in Jan 2020.