We offer two unique locations to all couples who are planning a wedding. The historic setting, beautiful landscape and reliable service – all this makes the surroundings of the Korczew Palace an ideal place for a wedding. We offer full assistance and advice in the organization of the ceremony. Our chefs, in consultation with the couple, will prepare the wedding menu, and the Palace Forge will provide guests with rooms to relax after the event.

The ‘Under the Arcades’ wedding venue is our most preferred location for weddings. It lies a few hundred meters from Korczew Palace, surrounded by a garden. The inspiration for its name came from the huge arched windows, which give the hall a distinctive character and make the interior very bright. The windows can be opened to become impressive entrances.

The venue can accommodate parties of 100 to 300 people. We mainly organise weddings here but it is also an ideal place for proms or conferences. The hall has technical facilities such as a stage, sound system, and overhead projector. We also offer a comfortable private room for the bride and groom and professional kitchen facilities.

The interiors of our 18th-century palace are delicate, so using them requires special attention. If you are interested in using this venue, please contact us and we will see whether your party can be accommodated by the spaces of the palace. We also rent the rooms of the palace for conferences and banquets. In this location, we can provide you with the upstairs theatre room, two blue exhibition rooms, the ballroom, the pink room, the orangery and a terrace with a beautiful view of the park.

Our accommodation is a few minutes' walk away from the wedding hall, opposite the gate leading to the Palace. The Palace Forge can accommodate several dozen people. Your wedding guests can not only relax after an extraordinary celebration but also stay for the weekend to spend time in our pleasant surroundings. All rooms have private bathrooms and breakfast is served in the morning in the restaurant.

wedding coordinator

Jolanta Tarapata