Stately Home Wedding At A Very Less Than Stately Price!

Wedding offer at one of the U.K's most prestigious stately homes
Ballyscullion Park2
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Belfast - Northern Ireland - Northern Ireland

Oct. 22, 2010 - PRLog -- There is something magical about the presence of a stately home.
Ballyscullion Park is no exception and is simply one of the most prestigious Northern Ireland Wedding Venues. Situated centrally in Northern Ireland some 30 minutes from both Belfast and Coleraine, this property is a magnificent example of pure opulence and is the perfect choice for your up and coming wedding.
It has just been announced by the owners that their first wedding reception to be booked for 2011 will be discounted from the normal price of £2000 to just £999 as an incentive for couples who have not yet booked their venue.
Sir Charles Lanyon (1813-1889) the architect and engineer credited for designing and building many of Belfasts’ most famous landmarks including Queens College, Belfast Castle and the Public Library in Royal Avenue was the inspiration behind this resplendent property. Although his styles varied greatly he was most partial to the Venetian Palazzo style of architecture and Ballyscullion Park is a shining example of his work in this genre.
Set in awe inspiring countryside by the banks of Lough Beg the property has stunning views over Church Island to the Antrim Hills beyond. You will be greeted as you enter the house with palatial rooms and access to the Victorian Walled Garden where your reception will take place. Photographers and videographers will enjoy the benefits of  honeysuckle and roses providing the scenery and complementing the visual radiance of the two summer houses. Marquees can be erected here and specialist caterers can also be arranged.
There are very few Northern Ireland Wedding Venues that have the appeal and grandeur of a property such as this and we thoroughly recommend you do not book any other venue until you have had the opportunity to see Ballyscullion Park for yourself.
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