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  • Writer's pictureMark Stinchon

Yorkshire Wedding Day at Carlton Towers Estate

What a stunning Yorkshire Wedding Venue Cartlton Towers is. As you drive through the trees and you see the castle appear it is certainly a WOW moment.

The Lounge at Carlton Towers
The Lounge at Carlton Towers

Carlton Towers is a family home. Gerald and Emma live in one wing, with the rest of the house given over for weddings, events and stays.

The family values are felt by everyone who visits: the sense of community, responsibility, progress, preservation and an attachment to our landscape and place. 

The Veil Shot at Carlton Towers Estate
The Veil Shot

Carlton Towers was originally cited as being under the ownership of Robert de Brus in the 1086 Domesday Book. Ownership by the family today can be traced back to 1301. Over the 700 years that followed, a rich and fascinating history unfolded, including Kings of Jerusalem crusaders, and knights who fell on the fields of Bannockburn – the rooms and house adornments depict their legacy and testament. 

In 1990, Gerald and Emma moved from London to Carlton Towers. Prior to their arrival, the house had been unoccupied for some 20 years. Gerald and Emma embarked upon an extensive restoration of the house to create a beautiful family home for them and their three children: Arthur, Florence and Grace.

The Hallway at Carlton Towers
The Hallway at Carlton Towers

By choosing to hold your wedding at Carlton Towers you are invited to enjoy the private home and estate grounds of Lord and Lady Fitzalan Howard as their special guests. We recognise that each wedding celebration is different to you, your friends and family. Please consider some of our suggested ideas for this most special of occasions but ultimately, we are happy to tailor our suggestions to suit your needs.  

Photo opportunities at Carlton Towers are endless any time of the year. Why not head over there and take a look for yourself?

Mark Stinchon

Wedding Photographer

07377 631 016


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