The splendid and newly renovated Great Hall, licensed for both civil wedding and partnership ceremonies, resonates with echoes of dinners, dancing and celebrations from over the centuries and is complete with a fully accessible Tudor panelled minstrels’ gallery.

For blessings there is a quintessentially beautiful Chapel in a walled rose garden, the origins of which date back to the 6th Century; it is thought to be the oldest building in Devon. For those wanting a traditional ceremony, there is a church close by, and the bride, groom and bridesmaids can be transported from there back to the castle in two classic Rolls-Royces.

The banqueting room can seat up to 120 guests for your wedding breakfast, whilst the Orangery, Mews and Bar present the perfect scene for your evening celebrations. Alternatively there are several places suitable for a marquee within the Castle’s gardens should you require more space.

Tucked away in the heart of the Devon countryside, in the Exe Valley, it’s hard to believe the Castle is just 15 minutes away from M5 J27,with Tiverton Railway Station, and Bristol and Exeter airports within easy reach.