Thornbury Castle is a storied wedding venue nestled in Thornbury, Gloucestershire. This Tudor Castle is more than 500 years old, and was once owned by King Henry VIII. In fact, it served as the honeymoon location of this Tudor monarch and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. After undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration, it now marries carefully preserved historic elegance with timeless grandeur.
Facilities and Capacity
The opulence of Thornbury Castle will be on full display during your wedding and will have you feeling like royalty. You can host your ceremony out on the manicured Gardens, or step inside to the breathtaking Tudor Hall. This cavernous hall boasts an impressive mullioned window, exposed stone walls, intricate tapestries, and a large original fireplace. Two other interlinking reception rooms, the Boyling House and Great Oven, are also available for different aspects of your celebration. Throughout the castle, you will find suits of armour and other period pieces that will transport you back in time.
Thornbury Castle is known for its superb cuisine, created and prepared by the award-winning chef, Carl Cleghorn. These mouth-watering dishes are made from locally sourced ingredients and will delight the taste buds. The sommelier will also be on hand to pair these culinary offering with the finest selection of over 200 wines. After the wedding festivities, you and your loved ones can retire to the venue's 27 unique bedchambers. Each of these are regally decorated with Tudor-era furnishings and modern amenities, and will immerse you in the luxurious spirit of the castle.
Wedding and events Coordinator: Paige
Tel: 01454 506191