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Accommodation at Clonabreany House

With on-site accommodation for up to 100 guests and a private honeymoon suite in the Main House, there’s plenty of room for you and your guests at Clonabreany House.

Clonabreany Courtyard

Passing through a coaching archway, you’ll enter Clonabreany Courtyard – a beautifully restored Courtyard with 10 original coaching buildings sleeping up to 100 people sharing and providing luxury on-site accommodation for your guests.

Every house and room has been restored and decorated to the highest standard. Original stonework and windows are just some of the lovingly preserved features within our bedrooms.

Our courtyard houses with separate living areas and large bathrooms also offer plenty of room for you and your family and friends to gather together to prepare for your big day.

Take a Virtual Tour

Explore No 4 Clonabreany Courtyard and experience this impressive 3 bedroom house in our beautifully restored Courtyard with views of Tunnel Wood and The Butler's Rest sibin bar.

The Honeymoon Suite

After the celebrations are over, retire in style to your luxurious honeymoon suite, the only bedroom located in the main house, with beautiful views of the Loughcrew hills. On the morning of your wedding, the honeymoon suite and the Green Room next door are perfect for your pre-wedding pampering and preparation.

Take a Virtual Tour

Explore the honeymoon suite and Green Room

Nanny Plunkett’s

Situated in the picturesque village of Ardglassan, just minutes from Clonabreany House, is a cosy country cottage, sleeping up to six guests and the perfect place for relaxing with close friends and family on the eve of your wedding. Then after a good night’s rest, enjoy all the emotion and fun of getting ready together on the morning of your wedding!

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