West Midlands Wedding Venue
Hampton Court Castle – Castle Venue
Exclusive Use, Bridal Dressing Room, Outdoor Ceremony Option, Marquee Option, Onsite Couple Accommodation Available, Onsite Guest Accommodation Available, Fireworks Permitted
Maximum guests for ceremony: 120
Maximum guests for evening: 200
NB: Use the details above only as a guide. Please double check with the venue as details can, and often do change.
Address: Hampton Court Castle, Hope Under Dinmore, Hereford, Herefordshire. HR6 0PN
Hampton Court Castle and Gardens is situated off A417 between Hereford/Leominster. This unique venue carries out civil ceremonies both indoors and outdoors.
There are 6 designated areas including a private chapel and an outdoor courtyard. The Grand Ballroom can hold up to 110 for ceremony, where the wedding breakfast can also take place. In-house caterers will look after your dining needs. You can have a complimentary food tasting before the wedding to sample the cuisine.
This space has chandeliers and impressive mirrors. You can choose to have your drinks reception either in the Library or on the South Lawns on a summer’s day.
The Castle has chilling-out areas with comfortable seating for quiet moments and a beautiful cantilevered stairway.
Confetti is allowed, but only the biodegradable type.
The gardens host a 200yr old Wisteria Arch, water features and waterfall, a gothic tower in the middle of a stunning maze, and island Pavilions for those all important photo shoots.
The Bridal Suite is a tranquil space for preparations to take place, and where you can also stay overnight after your wedding day.
All rooms have their own unique decor.
There are 24 tastefully decorated Castle bedrooms for up to 48 guests to stay overnight with breakfast included in the price.The rooms have special features like fireplaces, four-poster beds and free standing bathtubs.
Seating capacity for this Castle venue is up to 120 for ceremony, and up to 200 for the evening reception. If you want more guests than the max then you can choose a marquee.
The car park allows for 200 spaces. Access to the ceremony room is between 4pm-6pm the evening before the wedding, to put your own stamp on the room’s decorations.
The venue doesn’t allow naked flames in the reception room. Candles must be in enclosed containers.
There is a helicopter landing area if you want to arrive or leave in style!!
At the end of your day you can light up the sky with fireworks.
Alcohol license finish time is 12.45am with the function to close by 1am.
Check out the next day is 11am from the castle, but guests can still enjoy the gardens and surroundings.
Looking for other venues?
If this venue isn’t what you’re looking for, or you’d like other similar venues to consider, have a look at the list of Best Wedding Venues in the West Midlands. There you’ll find 100+ venues where to get married, to help you decide on your perfect venue.
Wedding Planning Tips
- Surprise Proposal | Hoar Cross Hall
- Should Women Propose to Men?
- Micro Wedding Photography
- 5 Tips for the Groom When Getting Ready
- Wedding Photography in Winter
- Is it OK For The Groom to Cry?
- Just Got Engaged? | 15 Essential Things To Do Next
- How to Plan Your Wedding From Abroad | Callum and Jean
- Surprise Proposal Idea | New Hall Hotel
- What is Documentary Wedding Photography?
- Surprise Proposal | Birmingham City Centre
- Planning Your Wedding
Want to chat further?
If you’d like to discuss your wedding plans with one of the most experienced wedding photographers in the region, fill in my contact form below telling me more about your wedding, and I’ll get back to you straight away.