There is a place... a place to love
There is a place... a place to love
There is a place... a place to love
There is a place... a place to love
There is a place... a place to love
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Welcome to Clonabreany House

Offering exclusive, bespoke weddings and events in the heart of the Meath countryside.
Clonabreany House is a beautifully restored private Georgian house and courtyard set amid breath taking Meath countryside, but only one hour from Dublin, catering for up to 220 guests with on-site accommodation for up to 100 guests, an Irish country sibín bar and a magnificent permanent Grand Marquee.

Your House for
Your Special Day

Your own private country house estate with a Grand Marquee, picturesque grounds, beautiful reception rooms and exceptional food and customer service.

Clonabreany House is more than just a wedding venue; it is the perfect setting for you and your guests to dine, relax, and celebrate – a place to love.

Our Unique Services

Personal Service

Our attention to detail, individuality and providing a professional, personal service are what makes Clonabreany House weddings so special.

In-house Culinary Team

We our renowned for our excellent food and hospitality. The food and catering is cooked personally and overseen exclusively by our in-house team.

Idyllic Location

Set against the idyllic backdrop of the Meath countryside just one hour from Dublin, the house and grounds provide the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos.

Virtual Tour

Explore Clonabreany House and grounds and experience all this special venue has to offer.


Whether it's a special birthday, a family reunion or a gathering to honour a special moment in someone's life, we can help turn any event into an unforgettable celebration.

Terms of Use

There are just a few, but they are nonetheless important.

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