a Medieval Castle, a historic landmark in the village of Lympne, Kent, above Romney Marsh. Located on 139 acres of beautiful English countryside, spattered with ancient roman ruins overlooking the English Channel.
The castle has a history that dates back to 1080 when the first of it’s many buildings was erected. Modern history boasts Mick Jagger who visited one of the infamous owners and Sir Paul McArtney who recorded The Wings album, Return to the Egg, in the Great Hall where weddings are now performed.
Schedule a tour with us today, and let us show you the magic of this historic venue.
Not Just a Castle
It Is A venue where visitors enjoy a step back in history, where a transition to Medieval times is experienced and where a dream wedding or event is possible. Lympne Castle is, perhaps, one of the most iconic and historic venues in the UK.
Come, visit Lympne Castle. Enjoy a cup of tea, a visit to the Medieval restaurant or the Bistro…say hello to A Seneshcal or a Jester as they greet you at the grand entrance. Come back in time – at Lympne Castle.
Unforgettable Events at Lympne Castle
Lympne Castle is in the heart of Kent, making it the perfect location for a one-of-a-kind wedding celebration. The castle has a rich history dating back to Roman times and has been a venue for hospitality since the 12th century. With its unique blend of historic charm and modern amenities, the castle offers a truly unforgettable experience for both you and your guests.