Best Wedding Venues

Lulworth Castle

Description: 

Set within the Lulworth Estate lies a 1000 acre enclosed deer park that offers two exclusive wedding venues - Lulworth Castle and Lulworth Courtyard. Both are available for you to host your civil ceremony, civil partnership and/or wedding reception.
The unique location and layout of both venues provides an incomparable setting to entertain your guests whether you choose to do this formally or as a themed evening, such as a medieval banquet.

 
Address:  
East Lulworth
Postcode:   BH20 5QS
Email:   enquiries@lulworth.com
Town/City:   Wareham
County:   Dorset
Website:   http://www.lulworth.com/weddings.htm
Telephone:   0845 450 1054
Country:   England
Link to wedding brochure:   http://www.lulworth.com/weddings/Weddings-Brochure-2012.pdf
Total function rooms:  
2
Licenced for ceremonies:   Yes
Maximum dining capacity per room:  
100 in the Dining Room / 80 in the Saloon / 70 & 50 in the separate Courtyard rooms
 
Maximum ceremony guests:  
120 in the Saloon / 120 in the Dining Room / 100 & 80 in the separate Courtyard rooms
 

Venue hire fees: 

Incl exclusive use of castle and lawn: Jan-Mar: £5500, Apr-Oct: £6000, Nov-Dec: £5500 / To hire the Courtyard: £2000
 
Exclusive use possible:   Yes
Marquee possible:   Yes
Exclusive use fees:  
Jan-Mar: £5500, Apr-Oct: £6000, Nov-Dec: £5500
 
Marquee maximum capacity and fees:  
Unlimited capacity, cost of marquee hire only
 
Use any caterer:  
Evening buffet:  
Corkage:  
Canapes:  
House wine:  
Corkage fees:  
3 course meal:  
House champagne:  
Music and dancing permitted:   Yes
River/water/sea view:  
Accommodation onsite:  
Tea lights permitted:   Yes
Partial open air ceremony possible:  
Late availability:  
Late licence:   Yes
Chapel onsite:   Yes
Number of bedrooms:  
Fireworks permitted:  
Access time on wedding day:  

 
Access to outside area:   Yes
Close links to local churches:   Yes
Candelabras permitted:   Yes
Confetti permitted:  
Recommended supplier list:   Yes

Late availability details:  

 

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