There are many different pricing structures available for your wedding at Peckforton Castle so they would love for you to come and visit. It is always best to meet with you, sit down and discuss your special day in more detail so they can provide you with a more detailed response.
On Saturdays in May, June, July, August and December, we do require couples to take an ‘Exclusive use’ package with minimum guests of 85 adults.
Following government restrictions, we are opening our wedding appointment diary from 29th March. Our wedding appointments give you the chance to have a guided tour around the castle with an experienced wedding coordinator and the chance to discuss your plans and have a bespoke package created to suit you and your requirements. The hotel itself will not be opening until 17th May.
If your wedding plans have been affected by current government guidelines, allow us to host your magical intimate wedding for up to 30 guests from 17th May to 21st June.
At Peckforton Castle, serenity and sophistication come together to create an elegant setting for your special day. Pass through the stunning gatehouse lodge and up the long sweeping drive to a place that promises a fairytale. Steeped in history and set against a backdrop of rolling Cheshire countryside, it’s an idyllic venue for your castle wedding and wedding breakfast – whether it’s an intimate family affair or an occasion more grand.
Peckforton Castle is located South-East of Beeston and North of Peckforton village, tucked away in picturesque woodland right in the heart of Cheshire with transport links via road, rail and air.
Peckforton Castle can make the most important day of your life even more special. Hold your wedding and wedding breakfast in this most breathtaking of venues; revel in the idyllic views of Cheshire. You can even take over the Castle exclusively for the day.
The Castle grounds, the red sandstone walls, the mosaic floors, the vaulted dining rooms, and the log burning stoves all make for vibrant photo opportunities whatever the weather. They host civil ceremonies, and their four licensed rooms can cater to any number of guests from 10 to 165 (any day of the week).
You can mingle with your guests on the manicured lawn in front of the Castle using the Coach House as a perfect setting for reception drinks and photographs. If the weather is predictably ‘British’ then enjoy your canapés and drinks in the comfort of their Long Gallery. Peckforton Castle can offer a choice of four private rooms to host your wedding breakfast. All rooms are versatile with various seating options to cater for small or large parties.
They have a choice of rooms for your evening reception and can cater for as many as 275 guests. Their wedding team is happy to discuss your individual needs and requirements and tailor the event to you. This is all part of their personalised service.
The Long Gallery with its bar gives a comfortable but quieter location for those guests who want a change from the music (if using the Drawing room or Great Hall).
Here at the Castle, you have many options for package prices. The principal elements to consider are your:
- Chosen preferred year/month/day of the week
- Room hire
- Food and beverage per person
Yes, we do.
Yes, we have 2 restaurants in the hotel, our 3 AA rosette, 1851 fine dining restaurant and our 2010 Brasserie for a more casual dining experience.
We have 48 individually designed bedrooms in the castle and our lodge is available as self-catering accommodation for you and your guests which is located at the bottom of the drive. It comprises of 4 double bedrooms and 1 single bedroom, kitchen and living area.
Peckforton Castle is the driving force behind the Cheshire franchise of the Land Rover Experience. The full fleet, located within the stunning Peckforton grounds, gives you the opportunity to try out the latest models of Defender, Range Rover, Discovery, Range Rover Sport and Evoque - all 'off road' and in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside.
We also have the option to bring in activities such as archery, duck herding and even abseiling for larger groups.