Bickleigh Castle is sure to cast its magical spell on you, just as it did for owners Robbie and Sarah Hay when they first set eyes on it over 12 years ago.
Today with its romance, rich history and stunning setting it has become a unique Devon Wedding venue, where Bride and Groom, come together with family and friends, can make the Castle and surrounds their home for the duration of the wedding. Whether you want an outdoor or indoor wedding, intimate occasion with canapés or large full-scale celebration with endless courses of fine dining, Bickleigh Castle provides the perfect setting for your wedding.
Our committed team of wedding organisers will help you create the wedding of your dreams and will always be on hand from booking right up to and on the day.
The head chef, a master of culinary finesse, can advise you on a selection of menus and assist you with any ideas you may have for your wedding day feast. We have a fine selection of menus on our food and drinks page.
If you would like to discover more about the magic and splendour of Bickleigh Castle and be captivated by its spell too, please ring: 01884 855 363 or email email@example.com
There is so much to do in the local area…
The City of Exeter – 9 miles
National Trust Killerton House & Gardens (NT) – 8 miles
National Trust Knightshayes Court – 6 miles
Powderham Castle – home of the Earl of Devon – 15 miles
Exmoor National Park – 10 miles
Dartmoor National Park – 15 miles
Tiverton Castle – home of the Gordon family – 4 miles
Tiverton Museum – 4 miles
Bickleigh Mill – 12 mins walk
Grand Western Canal – 4 miles
The West Somerset Railway – 18 miles
The wide sandy beaches of Saunton and Woolacombe – 40 miles
Woolacombe holds the ‘England for Excellence Gold Award’ for best family resort and was voted the Best British Beach in the Mail On Sunday. This three-mile long stretch of golden sand has won both the blue flag and Premier Seaside Beach awards for its cleanliness, water quality and facilities.
Shalden Shooting School at Bampton – 10 miles
Local riding facilities – 4 miles
7 interesting Facts about Bickleigh Castle