The Castle Bed and Breakfast on Silver Lake is a hotel and historic wedding venue situated in Ocracoke, North Carolina. Elegantly perched on Ocracoke Island off the coast of North Carolina, this quaint hotel is a listed building on the National Register of Historic Places. This tranquil island is ideal for couples who are seeking to escape the big city and immerse themselves in a naturalistic and cozy environment.
Facilities and Capacity
This historic site is great for medium-sized, more intimate wedding celebrations of up to 75 guests. Ideal for summertime ceremonies and receptions the lawn and decking area allows couples to exchange vows on the banks of Silver Lake. This private area has ample space for undercover tents in which dancing and dining can take place. With the help of the hotel’s friendly staff, this outdoor area can be configured in a variety of ways to best suit any preferred style. The Castle Pool area is a community space that allows couples and their guests to relax before the big day arrives. Extending your stay and embracing your surroundings is easily done at this charming property. Additional facilities include a steam bath and a sauna for ultimate relaxation.
The Castle Bed and Breakfast on Silver Lake provides 12 luxurious guestrooms that pay homage to its historical background. Each room is beautifully decorated with wooden walls, antiques, an en-suite bathroom, and more. The Lighthouse Suite is a fabulous choice for newlyweds as it includes a living area as well as a spectacular private balcony overlooking the lake. For additional accommodations, the hotel also provides a range of villas including studio rooms and three-bedroom suites.
The hotel’s committed event planners will customize a wedding package that ensures that your day is exactly how you’ve always envisioned. They make sure that the smallest of details are covered, allowing you to truly immerse yourself within the festivities. Alternatively, you may also work with outside vendors to help accomplish the celebration of your dreams.
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