Nestled on the edge of the North York Moors is Danby Castle, a historical and unique wedding venue steeped in history and character. Danby Castle, on a moorland spur overlooking the valley of the river Esk in The North York Moors, was built by the Latimer family in the early 1300’s. It’s lords included some of the most powerful nobles of medieval England.
With the death of the last of the Latimers, at the end of the 14th Century, the estate passed to the famous Neville family. They remodelled the South Range, where their Arms can be seen on the south wall of the Courtroom. In the 16th Century John Neville, Lord Latimer of Danby, who owned Danby Estate and Danby Castle, married Catherine Parr, (Henry VIII’s last wife,) and their marital home was Danby Castle
Dedicated to delivering a unique experience for your weddings, the team at Danby Castle pride themselves on their professionalism and ability to turn couples dreams and desires into reality.
The Castle and Ruins are available as a unique setting for your wedding and reception. Danby Castle is an approved premises to hold Civil Marriages and Civil Partnerships in either the Court Room, Threshing Barn (which is also the bar) and the Wheelhouse.
They consider all weddings and receptions to be as individual as each Bride & Groom and because of this they tailor every day to your requirements. They will meet with you and discuss your ideal day, themes, music and catering and then assist you to achieve your dream day.
Danby Castle is such a versatile venue, providing a wide range of spaces which allow you to customise your day.
From November 2016, their lovely restored 16th Century barn replaces the marquee for receptions, allowing them to host weddings all year round.
They have their own kitchens and chefs and really do enjoy providing excellent quality home cooked food. They have a wide rage of offerings from their fantastic Pie and Mash Feast to the Vintage Tea Party and in the evening you can enjoy everything from authentic Italian pizzas, local cheese and meat buffets or even Fish & Chips from the local van – too much yummy food to choose from!
With regards to capacity, they seat up to 90 in the court room for the ceremony and their beautiful restored barn will comfortably seat 80 – 100 for the wedding breakfast, and at night they suggest no more than 130, but they can accommodate more.
If guests wish to stay locally they provide links to a wide range of different accommodation on their own website plus guests can camp or ‘glamp’.