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All summer 2014 dates now £5,000 with accommodation!
 

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Wedding Venues in Gloucestershire – Clearwell Castle

The premier wedding venues in Gloucestershire and Winner of Wedding Ideas Magazine ‘Best Wedding Venue’ 2010 and 2012, Clearwell Castle is set within the stunning Forest of Dean and provides the perfect fairytale setting for your wedding day dreams to come true.

There are 15 beautiful bedrooms within the castle and grounds which are reserved exclusively for you on your wedding night ensuring the perfect end to a perfect day as well as beautiful properties within the grounds for the Bridal party and Groomsmen to stay in the night before the big day.

The magnificent Ballroom is licensed for Civil ceremonies and boasts a 75ft aisle and leaded glass windows, offering a unique and serene setting that’s usually only found in churches.

Wedding reception

The Ballroom can also seat up to 160 people for the wedding breakfast and the elegant reception rooms and the vaulted cellar can easily accommodate 250 guests for the wedding reception.

Keep up-to-date with the latest weddings and events at Clearwell Castle by visiting our blog and also keep an eye on our special offers page for the best wedding deals.

Clearwell Castle is located in Gloucestershire, 20 minutes from the Severn Crossing and 45 minutes from Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester.

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CLEARWELL CASTLE
Clearwell, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire GL16 8LG
Telephone: 01594 832 320
Email info@clearwell-castle.co.uk

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