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Hazlewood Castle has been in the family estate of Vavasours since Norman times and was first mentioned in 1086 in the Domesday Book.
It remained in the family for nine hundred years. We have many rooms we can use to accommodate your wedding party whether for reception drinks in the Flemish Hall to your wedding breakfast in the Great Hall.
Hazlewood Castle is licensed for civil ceremonies in four private rooms available for private hire; The Victoria Room, The State Drawing Room, The Old Dining Room and the Great Hall. Each have a different ambience and vary in size to suit your individual needs.
During the summer months civil ceremonies can be held in our beautiful pagoda with guest seating under the cherry trees.
The Victoria Room
Located in the far South West of the Castle, with its hooded stone fireplace, panelled woodwork, Grade I listed metallic wallpaper and dual aspect with natural light. This room is splendid for the smaller, more intimate civil ceremonies.
The State Drawing Room
Situated to the West of the Castle, this room combines grandeur with intimacy with its Adamesque decorations and a magnificent crystal chandelier. The State Drawing Room is perfect for a family private dinner the night before, or Champagne breakfast before farewells the following day.
Built in 1286, St Leonard's Chapel is situated to the East of the Castle, complete with a Palladian altarpiece, fine fretwork and glass decorated with symbols of the passion of Christ. The chapel offers an ambience conducive to larger theatre style seminars with excellent acoustics and a gallery, also your perfect setting for
The Great Hall
This spectacular, South-facing room, overlooking the stunning view of Towton Moor, is Medieval at its boldest with classical inspiration. Great columns, a marble fireplace, alcoves framing large statues and a high ceiling where oval medallions decorated with over fifty coats of armour encircle the room; all this makes for a day in history with your wedding breakfast celebration in The Great Hall.
The Old Dining Room
East of the Great Hall, the immense natural daylight, exquisite fireplace and Adam's work frieze and ceiling dominate this room. The elegance of the Old Dining Room enhances any receiving line or evening buffet celebration.
The Flemish Hall
Great oak doors make for a magnificent entrance with Belgian marble floor tiles leading into the hall filled with hand carved panelling, a magnificent fireplace engraved with scenes from Jerusalem and an ornate ceiling of armorial motifs.