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County MeathSWPP Wedding Venues

Sunday 21st October 2018  




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County Meath Wedding Venues

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County Meath

  1. Ardboyne Hotel - Wedding Venue - Ardboyne Hotel County Meath
  2. Ballymagarvey Village - Wedding Venue - Balrath - Ballymagarvey Village County Meath
  3. Boyne Hill House Estate - Wedding Venue - Boyne Hill House Estate County Meath
  4. Castle Arch Hotel - Wedding Venue - Castle Arch Hotel County Meath
  5. CityNorth Hotel - Wedding Venue - CityNorth Hotel County Meath
  6. Clonabreany House - Wedding Venue - Clonabreany House County Meath
  7. Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa - Wedding Venue - Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa County Meath
  8. Glenside Hotel - Wedding Venue - Glenside Hotel County Meath
  9. Johnstown House Hotel & Spa Enfield - Wedding Venue - Johnstown House Hotel & Spa Enfield County Meath
  10. Knightsbrook Hotel and Goff Resort - Wedding Venue - Knightsbrook Hotel and Goff Resort County Meath
  11. Newgrange Hotel - Hotel - Navan - Newgrange Hotel County Meath
  12. Pillo Hotel Ashbourne - Ashbourne - Wedding Venue - Pillo Hotel Ashbourne County Meath
  13. Slane Castle - Wedding Venue - Slane Castle County Meath
  14. Tattersalls Country House - Wedding Venue - Ratoath - Tattersalls Country House County Meath
  15. The Headfort Arms Hotel - Hotels Wedding Reception - The Headfort Arms Hotel County Meath
  16. The Millhouse - Wedding Venue - Slane - The Millhouse County Meath
  17. The Newgeange Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Newgeange Hotel County Meath
  18. The Station House Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Station House Hotel County Meath
  19. Trim Castle - Wedding Venue - Trim Castle County Meath


Wedding Trivia:
WEARING A WEDDING RING
The reason that the engagement ring and wedding band is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand is because the ancient Egyptians thought that the "vein of love' ran from this finger directly to the heart.