A magnificent 12th century Castle set in the heart of a 6000-acre estate in Gloucestershire, Berkeley Castle is one of the most romantic wedding venues in the UK.
Built in 1153, the Castle has a rich history with former guests being King Henry VII and Queen Elizabeth I.
What makes Berkeley Castle a unique wedding venue?
Experienced and expert staff will take care of you and your guests from the moment they first meet until the end of your perfect day.
You will have a dedicated wedding planner who will be with you throughout all your plans and preparations offering advice and helping create the day that is exactly right for you.
What is a typical wedding like at Berkeley Castle?
You can marry in the wonderfully grand Great Hall or hold an intimate and cosy ceremony in the Long Drawing Room. Celebrate with drinks on the Gun Terrace and let your guests meander down to the beautiful Lilly Pond where they can enjoy canapés and perhaps some garden games.
Gather family and friends for a memorable wedding banquet in the Great Hall… and for winter weddings dine in front of roaring fires! Sip on tea and coffee in the Drawing Rooms or take part in some Gin tasting in the Cellar before getting your dancing shoes on for your First Dance and Evening Reception.
What Wedding Packages does Berkeley Castle offer?
No wedding is the same and each day should be totally bespoke, with your own touches, ideas and inspiration to truly reflect you both as a couple.
Prices include exclusive use of the Caste, a two-night stay in a beautiful townhouse, and the use of a Bridal Suite.
What Extra facilities does Berkeley Castle have to assist couples to have the perfect day?
Berkeley Castle is an exclusive use venue so the wedding party are ensured they are the only people at the venue that day. You will have the use of a beautiful townhouse located next to the Castle for a two-night stay. The Bride & Groom will also have access to the Bridal Cottage on the night of their wedding.
Where is Berkeley Castle located?
Berkeley Castle is located in the heart of Gloucestershire. Easily accessed from the M5, your guests will enjoy a scenic drive through beautiful countryside. The Castle is well signposted along the A38.