Provisional Booking form
To check availability of your preferred date and discuss details please contact our Operations Manager, Linda Healey on 0792 078 2157 or e-mail
Receptions can normally only be booked outside of public opening hours.
You can discuss your set-up requirements on the table plan and the use of any external equipment. Please remember to include all items such as cake table, photo booths, sweet trolleys etc. If you are providing alcohol or live music you will need to apply for a T.E.N. licence.
The following equipment is available to use:
16 folding tables (6-foot), 4 folding tables (4-foot), 120 stacking chairs, urn, domestic size fridge, microwave, kettle, hot water urn, commercial dishwasher (being installed), PA system. 70 cups & saucers, 20 wine glasses, plastic flute glasses.
Please read the Site information and T&Cs.
2019/20 Hire rates for Wedding Receptions
Prices inclusive of V.A.T. No corkage charge, no other hidden charges.
Great Hall Hourly rates
Weekdays - £70
Saturdays - £80
Sundays - £110
Grounds only day rate: £220
The deposit of £100 and full payment can be made online https://www.rutland.gov.uk/pay-report-and-apply-online/online-payments/, under Accts Receivable (Invoices), or by card via customer services 01572 722577. Cash or cheque (payable to Rutland County Council) payments are available through customer services Catmose House, Catmose Street, Oakham LE15 6HP.
When paying, please use your name and booking date as a reference.
Please email your deposit payment receipt number to firstname.lastname@example.org for your booking confirmation.
The balance will be invoiced approximately 8 weeks prior to the wedding ceremony or reception.
Events must normally conclude by 11pm.
Any later bookings must be pre-agreed.
Booking Application and declaration: I wish to book Oakham Castle as detailed below and agree to all the Terms and Conditions and to pay the relevant charges prior to the event.
Your information will be used so that we can manage your booking at the Castle and the data will be kept for one year according to the legislation.