Weddings at Lulworth have the exclusive use of the picturesque, 400 year old Lulworth Castle and up to 12,000 acres of parkland for their ceremony and reception.
The Castle offers a choice of historic venues for the ceremony.
The 18th century Chapel of St. Mary is a historic setting for a Catholic Nuptial Mass, being, as it is:
- the first freestanding Catholic church for public worship built in England since before the Reformation
- the site of the consecration of John Carroll, first Bishop and Archbishop of North America.
The 15th century tower of St. Andrews Anglican Church, is actually older than Lulworth Castle, just a few steps away. St. Andrews, on the Lulworth estate, is the East Lulworth Parish Church and the setting for Protestant wedding ceremonies at the Castle.
Lulworth is also licenced for Civil Marriages and Civil Partnerships, so couples can exchange vows as well as celebrate in the lofty, stone halls of the castle.