23/09/2023 by ROSA 0 Comments
Weddings at The Strand Cahore
The Strand Cahore is a Unique Wedding Venue located just 1 hour from Dublin & 40 Minutes From Wexford. From Initmate Cosy Weddings to Seaview Marquee Weddings our dedicated wedding team are ready to make your dreams a reality!
Celebrate your Wedding Day at our unique Wedding Venue by the Coast at The Strand Cahore, Co Wexford
Your Wedding Day is one of the most exciting and important days of your life. Here at The Strand Cahore we know that every Bride and every Groom wants to choose the best Wedding Venue for their Celebrations, a Wedding Venue that will ensure a memorable and relaxing day for their guests and themselves!
Our dedicated Wedding Team work with you to ensure that your Wedding Day Celebrations are everything you dreamt them to be. Our unique Wedding Location offers stunning sea views ideal for Wedding Photos and we are located close to the gorgeous sandy 'Old Bawn' Beach should the happy couple wish to take beach photos beforehand.
With parking available for coaches and a list of local taxis available, transport will not be an issue for the Wedding party.
Only an hour from Dublin and 40 minutes from Wexford Town, Weddings at The Strand Cahore will delight your guests with fresh locally sourced food and dining options to suit your needs.
From small intimate Weddings to medium sized Weddings of up to 90 people, you're guaranteed to find an option to suit all budgets.
Larger Weddings are also catered for with the option of hiring a Marquee overlooking the sea, sure to stun your guests! (Ts & Cs Apply- See Wedding Brochure).
Careful attention to detail, great food, cosy blankets, candlit surrounds... The Strand Cahore will have your Wedding guests feeling welcome from the moment they arrive.
Weddings are hosted Mondays - Fridays October - May outside of peak months We do not host weddings in June, July, August or September including Fridays and Saturdays of Bank Holiday Weekends across the year
We are also licenced to host Civil Ceremonies- *charged separately