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Corfe Castle Weddings 

Corfe Castle is an amazing venue to hold your wedding. It is steeped in history going back thousands of years. It is one of Dorset’s most iconic sights and part of the Isle of Purbeck. During it’s life it has seen many battles and was partially destroyed in 1646. It is now one of the properties looked after by the National Trust.

Corfe Castle Weddings can take place in the picturesque Purbeck hills of Dorset where Corfe Castle stands as a stunning testament to medieval architecture. This historic landmark is not only a gateway to the past but also a dream wedding venue that promises to create lifelong memories. If you’re seeking a wedding that will take your breath away, look no further than Corfe Castle Weddings.

With its enchanting ruins and breathtaking views, Corfe Castle provides a truly unique backdrop for your special day. Imagine exchanging your vows in the shadow of ancient stone walls, surrounded by lush greenery and the whispers of history. The magical atmosphere of this romantic location will transport you and your guests to a bygone era.

Corfe Castle offers a range of wedding services tailored to suit your individual style and preferences. Whatever is your vision of the  ceremony, their experienced team will work closely with you to bring your dream wedding to life. Corfe Castle exudes a sense of timeless elegance.


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Photography opportunities at Corfe Castle weddings…

My photographs here show Corfe Castle’s stunning architectural features and the breathtaking natural setting. This makes it an absolute dream location for photographing you during your wedding day. 

There are countless opportunities for breathtaking wedding photography at Corfe Castle. Couples can choose to have their ceremony and portraits taken against the backdrop of the castle’s towering walls, capturing the timeless elegance of the setting. Alternatively, the location is very close to the sea which can provide an alternative romantic setting for more intimate and natural-looking wedding photographs.

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The captivating charm and timeless beauty of Corfe Castle have made it a beloved destination for countless couples seeking to exchange their vows in a truly magical setting. From intimate elopements to grand celebrations, the castle has played host to a diverse array of wedding stories, each one a testament to the enduring allure of this historic landmark.

There are numerous places for your guests to stay close by if you are attending Corfe Castle Weddings. Going one way, you are very close to Wareham with Priory Hotel or The Bear in Wareham. In the other direction you are very close to Swanage with plenty of overnight accommodation such as The Pines Hotel or The Grand Hotel. 

There is also numerous smaller hotels and B&Bs in Swanage. If you’re looking for somewhere with a little more entertainment, there are many hotels in Bournemouth, Poole and the Sandbanks area such as the Sandbanks Hotel itself. There is also a large Travelodge in Poole within a short walking distance of the bustling Poole Quay. 

If you plan on staying in this direction, you would have the options of using the Sandbanks Ferry and driving through Studland to Corfe or taking the longer drive round through Poole and onto the very picturesque Saxon town of Wareham. In terms of parking, there is a National Trust car park close by and there is parking within Corfe itself. Should you decide to stay at Mortons Manor in Corfe, they have their own parking very close to the castle.


If you are interested in Corfe Castle weddings, I would recommend contacting them today for more information and start planning your dream wedding. For further information about my wedding photography, please use the menu options on this page.