This afternoon we are back with our regular feature ‘Advice from the Married Side,‘ real life wedding planning...
Danby Castle is North Yorkshire’s most unique wedding venue. Having created over 100 bespoke weddings with our highly experienced team, your wedding is in very safe hands. Our dedicated team work closely with our couples and we have made some fantastic friends over the last five years.
Danby Castle is a family home nestled in the North Yorkshire Moors, and is licensed to hold civil ceremonies. Choose from the fabulous 15th century Court Room which is still home to the Manorial Court Leet, the Threshing Barn which is also the bar, and the Wheelhouse which houses the dance floor and stage.
We only offer exclusive use so there will be no other weddings taking place, no general public, just you, your guests and our staff.
Every single wedding here is as individual as each couple, from the food to décor to entertainment we are a truly bespoke venue. We will always suggest ways for you to have the wedding of your dreams without the need to spend a house deposit on it.
We love it when couples want to express their own tastes and individuality and will work with them to ensure the venue reflects their personalities and wishes for the day. We also have a stable full of decorative items that are available for hire.
We love live music here at Danby Castle and are happy to recommend some great bands that have played here on many occasions.
Whilst we have no accommodation on site, you can have your very own Glamping field plus there are plenty of pubs and B&B’s nearby.
“From start to finish, Carolyn and her team provided and excellent service. She was so friendly and helpful, responding to every little query we had (there were a lot over 1.5 years of planning our wedding!!) and making great suggestions to provide us with the perfect day – nothing was too much trouble.”Lisa and Kevin 22.09.2012
We look forward to welcoming you into the Danby Castle family and creating your perfect day.
Photos by Lissa Alexandra Photography