Weddings at The Malton
Dreams can come true at The Malton.
Your big day means everything to us. Whether you wish for an intimate outdoor blessing ceremony on the lawn, a civil ceremony or a lavish reception for hundreds of guests, our elegant victorian settings are perfect for your Killarney wedding.
With 6 acres of lush landscaped grounds, The Malton Hotel offers all the luxury and space of a country wedding, with the convenience of being situated in the heart of Killarney town. Guests can enjoy strolling through Killarney's beautiful town centre, which buzzes with cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and pubs. Our location next to the train station allows easy access for your guests from anywhere in the country.
For over a century our team of experienced and dedicated staff have been rolling out the red carpet for happy couples and we are passionate about making your wedding reception unforgettable for both you and your guests.
The hotel's front steps, with traditional red carpet and imposing pillars, provide a distinctive backdrop for your photographs. The gardens, with many fountains and seemingly endless pathways are perfect for a welcome drinks reception. The Malton offers something unique, weaving grace, luxury, and historical ambiance in to your wedding day.
Once we know your personal style, we can help you provide the little touches and memorable details to make your day perfect. We can also help you find the perfect venue to get married in Killarney, the right florist, and just the right entertainment for your ceremony and reception. Maybe you dream of an outdoor wedding reception on the lawn, or a casual farewell barbecue the day after your wedding. Whatever you wish, we love to say yes.
Contact us by completing our enquiry form or calling + 353 64 663800 to receive a brochure for prices, details, and a full-colour preview of your Killarney wedding in one of Ireland's most beautiful hotels. Click Here to download our Wedding Brochure
We're ready to make your dreams come true.
"Now join your hands, and with your hands your hearts."
- William Shakespeare