Limavady’s Roe Park Resort has unveiled its new wedding and function suite following a £500k investment.
The refurbishment programme, which took three months to complete, includes the expansion and redevelopment of the Resort’s main function room, the Roe Park Suite, and will help the venue to meet the growing demand for outdoor ceremonies.
The multi-purpose Suite is now totally self-contained, incorporating a private entrance and bar area, making it one of the biggest wedding venues in the North West.
The grounds have also been extensively redesigned and landscaped to include a wedding gazebo, a private outdoor reception area and grassed space for games.
As part of the investment programme, the hotel has also completed the first phase of the refurbishment of its 118 bedrooms.
The development of the facilities follows on from a recent £1million investment in the Resort’s 18-hole parkland golf course.
Mike Marshall, general manager of Roe Park Resort said: “We’re delighted to see this important project come to fruition in time for the summer season. As it coincides with the arrival of The Open it firmly establishes Roe Park Resort as a destination of choice.
“The wedding market is ever evolving, and our investment is in direct response to growing customer demand – not only for weddings but from the corporate market, particularly conferences and large-scale events.”
The hotel has also expanded its in-house team with the recruitment of another wedding co-ordinator.
The four-star Roe Park in Northern Ireland comprises an 18-hole golf course, two restaurants and 118 bedrooms.