A Unique Place
Usk Castle is a unique and beautiful place, steeped in history, which makes it a romantic and special location for a wedding, civil ceremony or alternative service. We can host weddings and receptions from April to September each year.
Either affirm your vows in one of our five licenced areas, or hire the castle ward which makes a beautiful location for a wedding reception of your choice.
There are five licenced locations for marriage:
- The Drum Tower Gazebo
- The North Tower
- The Gatehouse
- The Tithe Barn
- The Porch
We can now offer open air ceremonies and we are also fully licensed for same-sex marriages.
From a Humanist celebration in the place of your choice, or a blessing in the open-air Chapel of St. George, we are happy to accommodate your requests where we can for a maximum of up to 160 guests.
What We Provide
We provide the venue, water, power and loos if required, and you then have complete flexibility to arrange your day, hiring marquees, caterers and facilities as required.
We also have a video for prospective wedding couples we can email you a link to on request.
All proceeds from weddings go toward the maintenance of Usk Castle for future generations to enjoy. As of June 2020 we are fully booked for 2021, so are taking bookings for 2022 onward.
You can check availability on our calendar.
You can follow this link to find the nearest registry offices.
What our Wedding couples say…
‘Fantastic’“We were lucky enough to book Usk Castle for our wedding on the 14th of September. Everything was absolutely fantastic.”
‘Perfect venue’“The Perfect place for a wedding.”
‘Helpful owners’“The castle speaks for itself as does the barn venue for the service but what really made the day was the owners of the venue. They were very helpful, very organised, very flexible and very calming. They helped to make the day very special for us.”
‘Unreserved recommendation’“Could not recommend this venue and these people enough. No negatives, everything very positive. Unreserved recommendation. Thank you Usk Castle.”