No.25 Fitzwilliam Place in Dublin has been crowned as winner of the Best Luxury Wedding Venue award.
Overall, Dublin has secured the most winners of any county in Ireland at the annual SaveMyDay Awards. The popular Irish wedding venue platform has showcased the best Irish wedding venues in 26 categories but Dublin has snatched six of them.
The Luxury Wedding Venue winner, No. 25 Fitzwilliam Place, is a Georgian building located on The Georgian Mile, Dublin 2. It spans three floors catering for private dining, corporate events and weddings.
Read more: 'I'm a stylist - and this Dunnes Stores blazer dupe will save you thousands'
While the minimum spend and venue hire rate is dependent on dates, timings and numbers, according to the official website, exclusive hire of No. 25 Fitzwilliam Place is with a minimum food and beverage spend of €5,000 – €9,000. There is an additional venue hire fee of €1,500 – €3,000.
The venue has a policy of only one wedding per day to ensure that “couples will have exclusive use of the house, its exquisite private rooms, sumptuous fine dining menus and warm, attentive service for the entirety of their wedding or civil ceremony”.
They offer three different wedding packages that act as ‘guidelines’ since all weddings are priced individually. The wedding venue has a capacity for 60 guests for a seated meal in their elegant Gandon Rooms, with the option to invite an additional 20 guests to an evening drinks reception.
Check out photos of the venue in our gallery above
Dublin's other five winners of the SaveMyDay.ie Irish Wedding Venue Awards are:
- Best Cultural Wedding Venue is MoLI, Museum of Literature Ireland, Dublin
- Best Pet Friendly Wedding Venue is Dylan Hotel, Dublin
- Best Restaurant Wedding Venue is Marco Pierre White Courtyard Bar & Grill, Dublin
- Best Vegan and Vegetarian Friendly Wedding Venue is Fallon & Byrne, Dublin
- An acclaimed Judge’s Choice Award to Opium, Dublin
Social welfare Ireland: The homeowners' €50,000 grant you didn't know you could claim
Dublin pubs: Tourist left asking 'am I seeing things?' over whopping drinks bill
GAA legend Paul Brogan recognised for Dancing with the Stars more than football
Desperate mothers are stealing to feed their kids amid cost of living crisis
Sign up to the Dublin Live Newsletter to get all the latest Dublin news straight to your inbox.