Drumhalla House is a magical location for a wedding

Drumhalla House, Rathmullan will host its first Wedding Fayre next weekend.

Drumhalla House, Rathmullan will host its first Wedding Fayre next weekend.

If you have said ‘Yes’ to that all important question and are planning your special day, then you need to look further than Drumhalla House, Rathmullan, which holds its first ever wedding fayre next weekend.

Staff at the beautiful Drumhalla House are busy pulling out all the stops for next week’s extravaganza event, which will see a range of top class stands and exhibits for soon-to-be-brides and grooms to peruse on the day.


A romantic location, Drumhalla House is a superb wedding venue which provides magnificent accommodation for bridal parties. Its large marquee is set inside the old walled garden in the beautiful grounds, overlooking Lough Swilly.

The venue has seen an increase in recent years in the number of people booking it for their big day, and with its stunning views and location, it’s not hard to understand why.  The wedding fayre takes place on Sunday, September 25, from 2pm to 5pm, and is being run by Drumhalla House in association with Save the Date.

So, if you are seeking a magical venue for that all important day, then you must come along to next week’s wedding fayre. There will also be an exciting cash back promotion of €1,500 for 2017 weddings booked on the day.

For more information, visit,  e-mailing or telephone  353 1 4064156/ 353 87 2453349



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