All you need to know
They say home is where the heart is and there can be nothing more special than giving your heart to your one true love, in a truly special home. Offered for hire on an exclusive basis, Luttrellstown Castle is more than just a wedding venue, it is the original 15th century abode of the Luttrell Family and a unique, luxurious, fairy-tale setting for your special day. But what else do you need to know before you go?
We’re just 20 minutes from Ireland’s international airport and 30 minutes from the centre of one of the most popular and vibrant cities in the world – Dublin.
Find Us Here: Castleknock, Dublin 15, Ireland, D15 RH92.
Call Us Here: +353 (0) 1 86 09 600
eMail Us Here: email@example.com
Our International Airports
Dublin International Airport: Long-haul (US: Atlanta, Dallas, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Newark, New York, Heartford, Orlando, Philadelphia, Washington, Canada: Toronto, Montreal, St John’s), European, British and local flights.
Shannon Airport: Long-haul (Boston, New York), European, British and local flights
Cork Airport: European, British and local flights
Knock Airport: US: New York (Charter), European (charter), British and local flights
Our Visiting Airlines (from USA and Canada to Ireland)
- Aer Lingus
- American Airlines
- Continental Airlines
- Delta Airlines Inc
- United Airways
- Air Canada
- West Jet
Languages Spoken: English and Gaelic (Irish)
Currency: Euro (€)
Visa Needed for North Americans: No
Public Holidays: Check Time and Date.com for current holidays
Driving: Left side of the road
Road Signs: Kilometers (km)
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard/Eurocard are widely accepted across Ireland. Please note that American Express is usually not accepted in many places.
Our Marriage Legalities
Legal civil ceremonies in Ireland require all the necessary paper work that couples will need to fill out and, in some cases, have with them at the time of the wedding. Most importantly, an application to be married must be made 3 months in advance of the ceremony.
How and where to apply
Three months' notification can be given to any Registrar but must be given in person. Civil partners who do not have to give 3 months' notification must attend the Registrar at least 5 days (or as determined by the Registrar) before the intended date of the ceremony.
You can find a list of Registrars' offices here. You can book a notification appointment with a Registrar over the phone or online at crsappointments.ie. Contact details for your local Registrar are also available from your Local Health Office in the HSE.
Our (famous) Weather
As you probably already know, the Irish weather can be unpredictable and change very quickly. It rains a lot but never too badly. We strongly advise that you bring a jumper/pullover and rain jacket with you if you are going to be out in the countryside for long stretches. The good news is it never get too hot or too cold in Ireland. The warmest months are July and August when the average temperature is between 64 and 68°F (17.7-20°C). Throughout July there’s about 18 hours of daylight and it won’t get dark until about 11pm. However, in January and February, the temperatures will normally reach an average of about 46°F (7.7°C) and can sometimes lead to light snow.
A Team to Take Care of Everything
Amy Dowling is your dedicated, experienced and highly skilled point of contact for everything you need for your special day. She is standing by to help you start your journey on the phone at +353 (0) 86 09 620, on email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online through our quick Wedding Enquiry Form.