Built in 1608 as a hunting lodge, the Castle has played host to seven reigning monarchs and survived the disastrous fire in 1929. Restoration work returned the exterior
Built in 1608 as a hunting lodge, the Castle has played host to seven reigning monarchs and survived the disastrous fire in 1929. Restoration work returned the exterior to its original glory and consolidated the interior to provide a most remarkable.
The natural state of the Castle offers a spectacular, unique and versatile blank canvas for any wedding theme. For very large celebrations, additional space can be accommodated in a Marquee on the widen lawns to the rear of the Castle.
This charming traditional 18th century Courtyard, located in the grounds of Lulworth Castle , is the perfect setting for civil ceremonies & celebrations.
Offering an all weather venue with versatile indoor and outdoor space including two multi purpose function rooms leading from the Courtyard, this venue can be yours to enjoy in beautiful surroundings. If more undercover space is required, marquees offer the perfect solution.
Alternatively you can apply to take your vows in the St Andrew's Church or St Mary's Roman Catholic Chapel close to the Castle & Courtyard.
Due to the uniqueness of both venues the Castle & Courtyard has nominated caterers who offer a variety of style and budgets to meet your catering requirements.
From the initial planning stages, our dedicated wedding team will advise and assist you on every aspect and detail to ensure that your wedding is a day to remember. Weddings are held throughout the year and can be held on any day of the week.
Castle Wedding Venue and Barn
Castle can accommodate up to 130 for a sit down meal increasing to 150 for those extra guests to help you celebrate in style and dance the night away.
East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset, England BH20 5QS, United Kingdom
Commissioned by King Alfonso XIII in 1912, the newly restored Westin Palace Madrid is in the “triangle of art”. Only steps away from some of the world's best museums like the Prado, Reina Sofía and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Foundation.