Bill Miller's Castle
Located in picturesque Branford on Route 1 near the Connecticut shoreline, Bill Miller’s Castle was originally built as a horse barn in the 1880’s. In 1965, Bill Miller had a vision that transformed an old horse barn into the exquisite castle it is today. A magnificent, breathtaking landmark on Route 1, Bill Miller’s Castle has served as an elegant venue for weddings, corporate events, and special occasions ever since. Meticulous attention to detail, natural stonework, exposed reclaimed beams, an antique bronze bell weighing more than one ton, and rare antique furniture create a beautiful backdrop for any event or special occasion.
Featuring five working field-stone fireplaces, three-story cathedral ceilings, ornate stained glass windows, crystal chandeliers, and a large dance floor; the grandeur of Bill Miller’s Castle will make your guests feel truly extraordinary from the moment they walk through the door. Family-owned and operated, Bill Miller’s Castle is proud of our experienced, courteous staff that continually strives to exceed clients’ expectations with exceptional planning and budgeting skills.
No wedding or special occasion in your plans? You can still experience the warmth and charm of Bill Miller’s Castle at one of our events, such as our Valentine’s Day Dinner, Easter Brunch, Mother’s Day Brunch, Thanksgiving Day Brunch or one of the many fundraisers we that we host. Click for more information on Upcoming Events.
Our location on Route 1 on the Branford/Guilford line is less than 2 miles from exits 56 and 57 off of I-95 and convenient to all points in Connecticut; as well as, New York, Boston and Providence.
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Photographer Kelly Villetto says: "When you think of princesses and knights in shining armor Charlotte & Bill really fit the fairytale to a tee. Bill Miller’s Castle set on a picturesque Connecticut property was the absolutely perfect setting for these nuptials..."