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Weddings at Corfe Castle

Wedding dress in robing room with Corfe Castle in the background
Wedding dress in the robing room in front of Corfe Castle | © One thousand words photography

Perched above a picture postcard village with panoramic views of the Purbeck countryside, this 1,000 year old romantic ruin is the perfect backdrop to your wedding day.

Why choose Corfe Castle for your celebration

Perched high up above a picture perfect village with spectacular vistas of the coast and countryside, Corfe Castle provides a remarkable backdrop to any celebration.

We cater for all types of gatherings - large and small and our friendly team will help to make it an occasion tailored to your budget and theme.

Bride looking at Steam Train at Corfe Castle
Steam Train through the Purbeck Hills | © @National Trust/ One Thousand Words

Weddings at Corfe Castle

Congratulations on your engagement, we are delighted that you are thinking of Corfe Castle for your special occasion.

What could be more romantic than holding your wedding or civil ceremony celebrations amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Purbeck countryside? The beautiful ruins of Corfe Castle are licensed for ceremonies both legal and ceremonial and can accommodate small or large groups of guests.

Our Wedding team can recommend local suppliers to make your occasion extra-special and coordinate with them to ensure you have a stress feel day.

The castle can be exclusively hired for your ceremony and reception after visitor opening time and to make your day extra special, beautiful oak thrones will make you the king and queen of the castle for the day.

Our pre ceremony Robing room will help you relax and get ready for your upcoming celebrations with a bottle of bubbly to steady your nerves.

We are proud to host weddings all year round.

Contact us about your wedding

To request a copy of our brochure or for more information please contact our weddings team on 01929 477325 / 07964119264 or email:

Corfe Castle bathed in golden sunlight
Corfe Castle bathed in golden sunlight | © Chris Lacey