Fairytale dreams can come true with a wedding at a castle. This new venue is the perfect setting for your event and a stunning backdrop for photographs. This unique, enchanting castle is the creation of artist T. E. Breitenbach (best-known for his Proverbidioms paintings). It sits on 30 mostly-wooded acres with numerous trails.
Romantic sites for your ceremony include a stone heart in the forest, a labyrinth, a reflecting pond, or against the castle. After the ceremony you can ring the castle bell. Up to 150 guests can be accommodated on the grounds for tent receptions. Rehearsal dinners and small ceremonies can be held in the castle studio, which you will find particularly interesting.
Make your special day one that you and your guests will remember forever!
For contact and other information visit www.RentOurCastle.com
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Corey · Married on 09/09/2017
When my husband and I were looking for a different wedding venue that no one heard of we searched high and low. We spoke to a different venue in Bolton Landing that was a castle however he couldn't accommodate the amount of guests that we had. So he said he had a friend who owned a castle (don't we all?) so we contacted Thom the owner who was very accommodating to meet and show us the property, which is absolutely mind blowing he is not only an amazing artist but he also has built this castle from the ground up taking the rock from the property. Listening to his story is intriguing looking at his art unbelievable. We planned a surprise wedding so going there and planning logistics out took 2 years no matter what time we reached out even if it was 30 minutes before going there he never said no, even if he wasn't there. The property is endless so much space you could do so much with but leaving everything as is and letting the space speak for itself. We had gone there just to walk around the property had a couple glasses of wine sitting by the pond talking about how the day was going to go. No bad things to say. A huge thank you to the Breitenbach's for allowing us to host our big day!