About Lympne Castle
Lympne Castle, a glorious 13th century Grade I listed building, is located over a hill from which you will enjoy grand views of the Romney Marshes. It is just an excellent location for wedding celebrations thanks to the splendid combination of beautiful facilities with first class services.
Facilities and capacity
The West Drawing Room, added in Edwardian times when architect Sir Robert Lorimer was commissioned to restore the castle, reminds one of the greatness of this mediaeval castle. As you enter the room your attention will be drawn to the views from the immense bow window overlooking the south east coast. Its wood panelling and a stone fireplace gives this space a dominant yet welcoming ambience. About 80 guests can be seated here.
The Great Hall, with panelled walls, wooden roof beams and gothic arched windows, makes you imagine hearing the lively talk, clank of goblets and music of bygone feasts. This room is perfect for larger civil wedding parties by seating up to 120 guests.
Reception drinks will be held after the ceremony where a dedicated team will serve drinks and attend to you and your guests. Wedding breakfast are held in the gorgeous Great Hall or, for smaller and more intimate parties, in the West Wing Drawing Room. Personalized services and attention to the last detail symbolize Lympne Castle's superb prestige.
Lympne Castle is located just a few miles away from junction 11 of the M20. It can also be easily reached from London by train and Gatwick airport is only one hour away by car.
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