Civil Wedding Ceremonies
The Dromhall Hotel Killarney has become a well loved choice for those seeking a civil ceremony, civil partnership or informal blessing in Killarney and its surrounding areas since it became a fully approved venue. Let the regal setting of our Shelbourne Suite provide a magical backdrop for most special of occasions or for smaller and more intimate venue, choose our attractive Deerhunter Suite. Having your ceremony at this Wedding Hotel in Killarney allows you to enjoy all your celebrations under one roof resulting in less stress on your special day.
We are proud to have been voted as leading wedding venue by Brides of Weddings Online and Real Weddings. We would be delighted to show you why!
Please feel free to contact us for no obligation consultation or a show around of our property including our newly renovated Banqueting Suite and Bridal Suite.
Your wedding guests will enjoy preferential accommodation rates along with complimentary parking and access to our leisure centre.
We hope you find the information below useful. The Registrar below will inform you of availability on dates. Civil ceremonies in Killarney are conducted by the registrar Monday to Friday.
Mary T O Shea
Civil Registration Office
St. Joseph’s Road
T: 064-6632251 F: 064-6632239 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact The 4* Dromhall Hotel to check availability of dates in conjunction with The Registrar. The Registrar will conduct Civil Marriage Ceremonies in the Shelbourne Suite, the Abbey or the Deerhunter Suite - all approved venues within The Dromhall hotel.
Once approval has been granted for your Civil Marriage ceremony to take place, you will be free to proceed with the exciting business of organising your Wedding Reception. We are here to help and can source anything from bands to wedding cakes. We also have some novel suggestions such as Sweet Tables on arrival and Video Booths to jazz up your big day!
The Offical Bits from the Registrar are laid out below:
Ceremonies are not permitted outside and the room must be accessible to the general public for the duration of the ceremony.
No alcohol may be consumed or be available in the room one hour prior to and for the duration of the ceremony. No religious artifacts, icons or symbols may be displayed in the room.
A notice must be prominently displayed in The Foyer with details of intended spouses attending the Civil Marriage & Ceremony time.
Any person wishing to make contact with The Registrar must be allowed to do so
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require further information or wish to discuss - Call 064 6639300 Email:email@example.com