Hertford Castle Gatehouse is a Grade I listed building, originally built on the site of a Norman Castle situated by the River Lea in Hertford, the county town of Hertfordshire. This magnificent Grade I listed building dates from the mid 15th century situated in beautiful grounds at the heart of Hertford. The Castle was a Royal Palace for over 300 years where Queen Elizabeth I spent much of her childhood. Hertford Castle Gatehouse is all that remains of Hertford Castle. The impressive building is set in secluded grounds, hidden from view by the surrounding 12th century flint and stone wall. Steeped in history, this prestigious location, in its picturesque setting offers a venue of style and elegance.
Hertford Castle provides a unique venue in a peaceful, historic setting alongside the River Lea, perfect for meetings. It is an ideal location to hold a conference, seminar, meeting or training programme.
Hertford Castle offers civil ceremonies, partnerships and renewal of marriage vows. Hire the Castle for your wedding ceremony and reception.find out more