When talking of the perfect place for a wedding to take place, Sudeley Castle must be seriously considered. The castle, with its award winning garden that has been in existence for over a thousand years, is a place where a fantasy can come to pass. The history of the castle is associated with different tales of royalty, wars, neglect and finally a great restoration. Sudely Castle is presently owned by Lord and Lady Ashcombe, Henry and Mollie Dent- Brocklehurst. Apart from the castle being the residential home of these people, the place is also used to host wedding ceremonies (famously used by Liz Hurley for her wedding in 2007). The environment is a vivid representation of a fairy tale wedding venue.
Sudeley Castle is known for its glorious gardens, being one of the best in England. The garden includes the centre piece Queens’ Garden that billows with hundreds of various old fashioned natural roses and a herbal healing garden that was launched in the year 2010. This is a place where many wedding dreams can be fulfilled. Couples who intend upon getting married and are looking for a venue in England should take the time to visit this novel Gloucestershire castle to see the garden’s potentials. There is the opportunity to see the fascinating exhibition which truly depicts the history of Sudeley and the various prominent characters that have lived or visited the castle at one time or another. The fact that the place is the home of nobles has added to the development and beauty of the venue. Sudeley Castle is consistently updated to meet the standard of the contemporary world.
In spite of the age of the castle, it still holds some great memory of different activities that has taken place in the place. The sixteenth century west wing houses a well known coffee shop and various exhibitions of elements that have been part of the history of the place. The wing also houses St Mary’s Church where the noble Katherine Parr was buried. Imagine, having an opportunity to have a wedding in that same church, it is definitely a dream worth living. There are many captivating areas in Sudeley Castle including the gardens, medieval ruins, the pheasantry (home to 15 species of endangered and rare birds from across the globe), and the adventure playground -any of which couples can choose as locations for taking the wedding pictures. Couples are advised to visit the venue to explore and experience the place firsthand because no amount of descriptions can elaborate the beauty of Sudeley Castle. The castle, located just outside Winchcombe, near Cheltenham in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, is very local to Wedding Video Solutions and is open on selected days for visitors; usually on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays.