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Thursday 25th August 2016  




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County Kildare Wedding Venues

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County Kildare

  1. Barberstown Castle - Wedding Venue - Barberstown Castle County Kildare
  2. Carton House - Wedding Venue - Carton House County Kildare
  3. Clanard Court Hotel - - Clanard Court Hotel County Kildare
  4. Harbour Hotel & Restaurant - Wedding Venue - Harbour Hotel & Restaurant County Kildare
  5. Harristown House - - Harristown House County Kildare
  6. Keadeen Hotel - Wedding Venue - Keadeen Hotel County Kildare
  7. Kilkea Castle Hotel - Wedding Venue - Kilkea Castle Hotel County Kildare
  8. Killashee House and Villa Spa - Wedding Venue - Killashee House and Villa Spa County Kildare
  9. Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa - Wedding Venue - Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa County Kildare
  10. Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa - Kilcullen rd Naas Hotel - Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa County Kildare
  11. Leixlip Manor & Gardens - - Leixlip Manor & Gardens County Kildare
  12. Moyvalley Estate - Balyna House & Moyvalley Hotel - Wedding Venue - Moyvalley Estate - Balyna House & Moyvalley Hotel County Kildare
  13. Moyvalley Hotel - Wedding Venue Moyvalley - Moyvalley Hotel County Kildare
  14. Osprey Hotel + Spa - Devoy Quarter Naas Hotel - Osprey Hotel + Spa County Kildare
  15. Post Stand House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Post Stand House Hotel County Kildare
  16. Setanta House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Setanta House Hotel County Kildare
  17. Springfield Hotel - - Springfield Hotel County Kildare
  18. Strand House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Strand House Hotel County Kildare
  19. The Hazel Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Hazel Hotel County Kildare
  20. The Westgrove Hotel - - The Westgrove Hotel County Kildare


Wedding Trivia:
ENGAGEMENT RING
In 860 A.D., Pope Nicholas I decreed that an engagement ring become a required statement of nuptial intent. He insisted that engagement rings had to be made of gold which signified a financial sacrifice on the part of the prospective husband.