The Stunning Outdoor Ceremony of Veronica & Tadgh

We love an outdoor ceremony. But when the bride comes up with an idea to have the outdoor ceremony is in the shape of a circle of love, with all your nearest and dearest all around you, it simply couldn’t get any better.

This wonderful couple, Veronica & Tadhg, had such a chic, elegant wedding. Here’s a snippet of their day and that magical ceremony, captured by Retrograde Films.

What The Couple Had to Say About Ballinacurra

I cannot tell you how much our guests complimented the VENUE, FOOD and ATMOSPHERE  , so all in all AMAZING! A massive thanks to the chef DAVID RICE and all his team. The food that we had was quiet simply the BEST food we have ever eaten at a wedding,now that’s coming from two foodies.
Truly unique canapés had our guest oooing and the wood fired pizzas washed down with a cocktail from the CUBAN BAR and munching them by the FIRE PIT really was memorable

I can honestly say that NOTHING seemed too much trouble to the staff at Ballinacurra , the care and attention not just from certain members of the staff but ALL members of staff. Everything was done quietly, efficiently and with the upmost attention to detail.

If you’re thinking of a booking Ballinacurra don’t hesitate. You’re making the right choice!

Tadhg and Veronica Bourke ❤️

Tadhg & Veronicas Wedding from Retrograde Films on Vimeo.

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mapDirections to Ballinacurra House From Dublin and Cork The road from Dublin M50 to Cork is dual carriageway all the way.  The journey to Kinsale should take no more than 2.5 hours in normal traffic with no stops. There is a Toll Plaza on the M 8 bypassing Fermoy (€1.90) – follow signposts to Cork. At the Dunkettle Interchange Roundabout on the outskirts of Cork, take the 2nd exit following the signs for “South Ring” N25 – going under the Jack Lynch Tunnel. Follow Dual Carriageway for approx 5 km then branch left and at the Kinsale Road Roundabout take the 1st exit signposted Airport & Kinsale – N27 At Airport Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the R600 (signposted Kinsale) the journey to Kinsale is approximately 25 minutes from here.

Directions to Ballinacurra House From Kinsale When you enter Kinsale, drive straight up the main street Pearse Street. The Blue Haven Hotel will be on your right and the White House Bar will be directly in front of you. Turn left at this junction, follow the winding road and continue past the Tap Tavern (on your left) and Fishy Fishy Shop (on your right).  Veer right at next corner and follow the signs for Bandon and Innishannon. At the top of a long hill, you will see Woodlands B&B on your left and Kinsale GAA pitch on your right. Approximately 300 metres on left following the signs for Olcote Gallery and Kinsale Pottery. Approx.1.5km down this road you will see Kinsale Pottery School on your left and Ballinacurra House is 150 meters further on the left hand side. The entrance to the house has a large yellow electric gate. Press the call button to gain access to the property.
Please click here to download printable directions to Ballinacurra House, Kinsale Co. Cork.

Sat Nav Coordinates: Latitude 51.7130, Longitude -8.5536

Please telephone Ballinacurra House on 021 477 9040 if you have any problems.  (Country road is L3227).