New marquee packages are now available. Please click here to see details of what is included.
About Ballyscullion Park
Ballyscullion Park is a beautiful historic house designed in 1840 by Sir Charles Lanyon in the Palazzo style, set in rolling parkland with breath-taking views over Lough Beg to Church Island and the Antrim hills.
The house has large, elegant reception rooms with high ceilings and beautiful plasterwork. A gravel path leads from the house through pleasure grounds and wildflower meadows to the Victorian Walled Garden.
Ballyscullion Park is situated in the heart of the countryside in Northern Ireland, just 35 minutes from Belfast and 50 minutes form Derry-Londonderry. It is half an hour from Coleraine, Ballymena and Cookstown. This central location makes it an ideal venue for weddings and parties.
Ballyscullion Park is not open to the public, but is available for visits by groups by arrangement. Visits may include tours of the house and garden, and meals in the dining room. We can accommodate a maximum of 30 people seated in the dining room and up to 50 for buffet meals.
Tours. New for 2014, Jane Austen's Nieces in Ireland Tour of Donegal and Northern Ireland took place in June with expert guide Dr Sophia Hillan. For details, click here.
Ballyscullion Park is a private property which offers exclusive use historic Ballyscullion House with its beautiful gardens and grounds for wedding photographs, marquee weddings, civil ceremonies and receptions.
Ballyscullion Park is also available for parties, events and fundraising events.
Boutique weddings, civil ceremonies and civil partnerships take place in the newly restored Ringrose Room and Stables in the Georgian Coach-House, or outside in the Walled Garden. Marquee weddings are held in the Walled Garden in the luxurious Eventco marquee. The finest caterers and florists in Northern Ireland help to create the wedding of your dreams.
Any size and theme can be accommodated.
Accommodation is available in two mews cottages in the courtyard. Each cottage sleeps 6 people.