“We completely put our trust in you and Lisa with everything and you exceeded all our expectations and made our day so incredibly relaxed, stress free and great fun. We found Ballinacurra online and knew that it was for us and upon visiting, we knew there was nowhere else that would do. Everytime we went down to visit we left feeling wonderful. ”

Sarah and James, Dublin

Gay Marriages & Blessings

The Civil Partnership Bill within the Social Welfare system passed through the final stages of Government approval on 17 December 2010.  This allows same sex couples to legally register with the HSE registrar.  And then the referendum in 2015 allowed for full marriages between same-sex couples.  We have held numerous ceremonies onsite.  The registration procedure is the same as Civil Ceremonies and you need to give the same three month notice period.

We have found the whole landscape of the wedding business change dramatically.  And because of the eclectic decor and style of our property, exclusive use, privacy, proximity to Cork Airport, improved motorway network plus the many attractions of Kinsale, that this affords couples a wonderful platform for celebrating the long awaited granting of their rights.

It now means that Gay couples can choose Ireland for their special day rather than having to travel overseas and also means that the country is also a perfect ’Gay Destination Wedding’ location for the first time.

Ballinacurra House –Rated Top 10 Coolest Places for Civil Partnerships