Fantastic UK Castle Wedding Venues

By Amanda Bartlett

With the growing number of options available, nowadays weddings are becoming more of an event than ever before. Everybody wishes for their wedding to be more memorable than the last, whether it be held at a hotel, country club or local pub. However, currently top of list for location are castles, of which the UK has an abundance. With their history, architecture, remote settings and surrounding scenery, they provide all that is needed for a fairytale event. Choosing the right one for you can take some time and a good deal of planning. Castle wedding venues are the ultimate in making all those dreams come true, and here are a few for you to consider.

Sudeley Castle - With a royal history dating thousands of years, Sudeley is a charming and enchanting location. Here you will find stunning gardens and breathtaking Cotswold views to accompany the grandeur of the castle. Sudeley is set in the small town of Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.

Eastnor Castle, Ledbury - Surrounded by the dramatic backdrop of the Malvern Hills, Eastnor is the picture perfect venue. As well as the stunning castle, this venue comes complete with lakes, deer park and the enchanting Herefordshire countryside.

Blair Castle - Set in the Scottish Highland county of Perthshire, Scotland, Blair Castle is romantic, exciting and serene all it once. A venue with an international reputation, surrounded by locks, lakes, glens and rolling hills. A fitting venue for any occasion.

Augill Castle - A short journey from the Lake District, Cumbria, Augill is a venue which provides both grandeur and intimacy. Located in the peaceful town of Kirby Stephen, here you will feel both overwhelmed and relaxed by it's beauty.

There are, of course, many factors to consider before making your final decision; location, how many guests there will be and the price of the venue. For all your dreams to be fulfilled, visit a selection of these castle wedding venues until you find the perfect match for your perfect day.

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