Get married in your very own Castle
Looking for a unique venue for your wedding day? Look no further than The Castle at Edgehill, Warwickshire, a 17th Century pub with beautiful grounds and spectacular views overlooking the Warwickshire countryside.
Whether you’re planning a small informal wedding or a large celebration, they are now fully licensed for Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships in all areas of The Castle.
Overseen by British Institute of Inn keeping (BII) Licensee of the Year Mark Higgs, The Castle offers private gardens, terrace and glasshouse, with views as far as the eye can see. A very private venue it is perfect for weddings up to 60 guests and 150 in the evening.
They offer the Dining Room (58), Library (47) or Glasshouse (30) as licensed Civil Ceremonies allowing you to choose the option suited to the number invited. Packages include 3 exclusive hire options and they are very happy to work with you and your ideas to tailor make a bespoke package.
Exclusive hire of The Castle and grounds gives you from 11.00am on the day of the wedding until 11.00am the morning after the wedding, all 4 bedrooms including breakfast, and a complimentary night stay in 1 room before the wedding for the bride or groom, full private use of all areas of The Castle and grounds. Intimate weddings of 10-18 can take place in the Glasshouse and is simply the perfect setting. Looking for something larger? A marquee can be placed in their grounds for up to 120 guests
The food and drink is fully catered for with a range of award winning menus and top quality wines, ales and spirits. As part of the Hook Norton Brewery estate the venue can offer further unique elements. The use of their iconic Shire Horses & Dray as a wedding car or allowing the happy couple to brew their very own wedding beer!
Operations Manager Gerard Winder said “The Castle is a truly unique venue and the first of our pubs to have a licensee for weddings – Mark and his team will bring their usual outstanding level of service to this new area of their business and we wish them the best of success.”