Wedding Castles - Have Your Wedding At A Destination

By Karen Letts

Wedding castles are an excellent option for destination weddings whether the castle is nearby or further away. The UK contains many wedding castles but other nearby countries also offer wedding castles. France has several different types of castles spread throughout the country. Many of the castles are licensed for several different types of ceremonies including weddings and receptions.

Chateau de Montvillargenne is situated ideally near Paris. It has easy access from the international airport in Paris and also offers accommodation as well as wedding facilities. For smaller weddings the Chateau des Briottieres is in the Loire Valley. This castle has 10 rooms that can be used as accommodation and the surrounding parklands make for picturesque scenery.

For the gourmand couple then Chateau Les Crayeres is the perfect choice, as it is well known for having excellent cuisine and a remarkable restaurant. The accommodation choices are also excellent and the food and rooms provide a lot of catering options for your wedding.

If you are interested in the beauty of Provencal then the Chateau de Montcaud in Avignon offers the Cevennes Mountains and countryside. Just a short distance from the Mediterranean, Chateau de Montcaus has everything you could desire from Southern France.

Scotland has many castles that offer beautiful grounds, scenery and surroundings. The castles themselves will have dining and accommodation options. Balfour castle is the found in the north of Scotland and has dramatic scenery as the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean meet just outside on the coast. What is described as a slice of heaven can be found on the Isle of Harris. Amhuinnsuidhe castle is this such place and offers wedding services.

Other castles in Scotland that can hold a wedding include Tulloch Castle, Traquair castle, Tower of Halibar, Stonefield castle, Stobo castle, Plane Castle, Myres Castle, Musckrach castle, Minard Castle, Mansfield Castle, Glengorm castle, Fernie Castle, Dundas Castle, Dalhousie Castle and Craigrownie castle.

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