Marry in a 12th-century castle in Tyrol
|Features||Chapel, Function Room, Gardens, Privacy, Reception Room, Spa|
|Price||Packages start at €500 for exclusive use of the chapel or the Rittersaal|
This stunning gothic castle in Tyrol prides itself as a historic venue that offers modern comforts. Within its 1000-year-old castle walls are luxury rooms and halls with antique furnishings and modern features, all perfect for an unforgettable wedding and honeymoon in Austria. But outside the building lies the real beauty of this venue - romantic courtyards, idyllic parks, and the gorgeous chapel where religious ceremonies can take place.
The castle is situated right in front of the scenic Austrian mountains amidst the Tyrolean Inn Valley, surrounded by thick forests everywhere. It is perched on a small hill near the village of Brixlegg, just a few minutes away from another scenic valley called Alpbachtal. With this breathtaking nature scenes surrounding the castle, you are guaranteed to have a perfect adventure spot for your elopement in Austria.
Couples who love the outdoors can choose between the castle’s stunning courtyard or the castle park for their nature-inspired ceremony. In fact, symbolic weddings can happen anywhere outside of the castle, especially those with zero to only a handful of guests. An outdoor ceremony outside the castle gives the couple an opportunity to have the historic building, panoramic views, and the fresh foliage as their ceremony backdrop.
Couples who want a religious ceremony in Austria can hold their wedding inside the castle’s chapel that fits up to 40 people. It’s perfect for intimate weddings indoors where couples can be protected from rains while having a solemn ceremony inside the chapel. Civil ceremonies, on the other hand, can be held inside the castle’s library for weddings with very few guests.
Just like the outdoor ceremonies in the castle, wedding receptions can happen at the courtyard or the park overlooking the stunning nature scene of the Austrian mountains and the Inn Valley. Couples can also rent the castle’s beautiful cafe for an intimate dinner indoors. For larger groups, there’s the famous Knights’ Hall that can accommodate the most number of people among all the other areas of the castle. The cafe and the Knight Hall both exude a royal ambiance that will make your celebration unforgettable.
Aside from the scenic views for wedding ceremonies and receptions, the castle is also known for its luxury rooms complete with antique decor and lavish furnishings. The indoor features of the rooms evoke the feeling of truly living inside a castle. Despite the historic ambiance of the rooms, they offer modern comforts like a complimentary WLAN, a flatscreen-SAT-TV, and a bonus minibar. You can choose from the classic and superior rooms, and several suites ranging from 35 to 80 square meters. The suites have cozy living rooms that you will surely enjoy for the rest of your stay.
Many of our couples eloping to Austria love the outdoors not only for their ceremony, but also for the exciting activities that they can do for their honeymoon. This 12th-century castle in Tyrol offers tons of activities for summer and winter. When the sun is high, you can visit the refreshing lakes nearby, like Reither See or Reintaler See. If you’re looking for more adventure, you can do canyoning, white water rafting, hiking, and even ride mountain cable cars.
If you want to get married in winter, it’s the best time for skiing, ice skating, and winter hiking in Tyrol. Explore the winter wonderland through guided snow shoe hike or ski tour.
Know more about this venue and the possibility of getting married in Austria by telling us more about your dream wedding through our enquiry form. You can even get a cost estimate for your Austrian elopement through this page.
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