Castle in the Clouds, a vintage mansion wedding venue in Moultonborough, New Hampshire, is known as an enchanting historical estate. The venue was originally built in 1913 by Thomas Gustave Plant, who worked in the shoe manufacturing industry. He was a millionaire that retired at the age of 51 and then later built this estate after he married in the year of 1913. The land he bought to build on included the Ossipee Mountains and Lake Winnipesaukee. Since 2006 the estate has been owned and operated by Castle Preservation Society, open to the public. Today couples are able to host their wedding at Castle in the Clouds amongst all of the skilled craftsmanship of J. Williams Beal & Sons of Boston.
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Couples may host up to 175 wedding guests at Castle in the Clouds. There are four event spaces available for wedding couples to choose from when planning their wedding ceremony and reception. Options are available for outdoor weddings where couples and their loved ones will be surrounded by the incredible views of Lake Winnipesaukee and the mountains. There are three locations where events may be held. These include The Lucknow Estate, The Carriage House, and The Winnipesaukee Room. Vintage trolleys are available to transport guests to the charming Carriage House Terrace where they will be able to enjoy picturesque lanscapes of the surrounding environment.
Castle in the Clouds has an event planning team that is ready to assist in making your wedding dreams come true. The venue can provide a variety of event items, services, and rentals including a bridal suite, tables, chairs, china, flatware, glassware, linens, parking, setup, cleanup, and parking. Castle in the Clouds provides several package options to their clients, allowing them to enjoy stress-free and well-organized occasions.
Castle in the Clouds is situated off of Old Mountain Road, just beside Shannon Brook. The nearest cities are Portland, Maine, and Concord, New Hampshire. Manchester, New Hampshire is just beyond Concord, to the south, and further beyond that is Boston, Massachusetts.
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Castle in the Clouds is a wonderful place to have a wedding. The views, the grounds, and the venue buildings are perfect. The staff is accommodating and extremely professional.
Castle in the Clouds is a beautiful and historic location! The views are breathtaking and the entire estate is radiating with romance. The staff is gracious and friendly across the board. This place is like New Hampshire's own mini Downton Abbey. I enjoy the opportunity to play may guitar here when I can to create a romantic or 1920s mood. Can't say enough about the wedding planner Jessica and her staff. Professional & creative.
Castle in the Clouds is one of my favorite venues for performing ceremonies. The setting is stunning and the Wedding team is outstanding. We have an excellent working relationship that is collaborative and truly client-centered. At Castle in the Clouds I am able to fulfill my promise to my clients that I will create a wholly original ceremony that lives up to their vision and wishes.
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