Your perfect day… all taken care of at Hodson Bay Hotel

At Hodson Bay Hotel it is the little touches that allow the team to create the perfect moments for your wedding day to mark the beginning of your life together. As your family and friends raise a glass to you, the dedicated wedding team will ensure no stone is left unturned to provide you with the perfect celebration.

Hodson Bay Hotel has earned its reputation as one of Ireland’s leading lakelands wedding venues. Offering a spectacular location on the beautiful shores of Lough Ree, excellent food and service, combined with the wealth of experience and dedication of their team, Hodson Bay Hotel will strive to create the wedding reception of your dreams.

With a strong focus on superb cuisine, award-winning executive head chef Gavin O’Rourke and his team will make sure that no attention to detail is spared when preparing sumptuous meals for you and all of your guests, with the very best of fresh local and Irish produce.

Your wedding meal is one of the most important meals of your life, shared with the most important people in your lives. With this in mind, Hodson Bay Hotel invite couples to come along and enjoy a full sit-down meal from their wedding menu. On consecutive Saturdays, September 17 and 24, taste the wonderful talents of executive head chef Gavin O’Rourke. With more than 24 years of experience in providing first-class food and service, let Hodson Bay Hotel serve you some menu options and show you why they are your perfect wedding venue.

Can’t make the tasting? Join wedding co-ordinator Lisa for Champagne and sweet treats on Saturday, September 10, or on Saturday, October 15. Book your private consultation, see the hotel set for a real wedding, and let the team show you what Hodson Bay has to offer for your special day.

To attend the wedding events, contact wedding co-ordinator Lisa Mullally on (090 ) 6442072 or [email protected]. Do not worry if these dates do not suit you, there will be more to come in the weeks ahead.


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