July’s Venue of the Month – Castle Grove Masonic Hall

About Castle Grove Masonic Hall

Castle Grove Masonic Hall is conveniently located in the leafy suburb of Headingley, just a few miles north of Leeds city centre. With excellent links to the city’s airport and train station, and with free parking on site, this Grade II listed building is a great choice for business events, family celebrations and weddings.

We’re immensely proud of the fact that Castle Grove Masonic Hall is our longest catering contract, having been in partnership since 1975! This is a testament to how we cherish our customer relationships, maintaining such long client relations is a distinctive quality of CGC’s and one that we are particularly proud of – it’s what, we think, makes us one of the country’s most reliable, distinctive and long standing caterers

Leeds’ Best Kept Secret

You’d be forgiven for not knowing where Castle Grove is or having never heard of it, unless you’ve happened to walk Headingley’s suburbs and passed the intriguing road up to the grand building in amongst the quiet streets. Dating back to 1834 the building consists of some stunning architectural features, notably in the entrance hall the deep brown oak finishings turn your gaze up to the ceiling of all ceilings, ornate floral designs with a magnificent domed roof.

The style of this historic Victorian manor house is striking – the sweeping staircase, intricate panelled woodwork and beautiful ceiling creating an ambience that is unique in Leeds. The main room, the ballroom, can accommodate up to 200 guests for a formal meal or, for smaller gatherings, The Boardroom or White Room are the perfect size.


Weddings in Leeds’ Leafy Suburb

‘Thank you so so much for all your help with our special day…I can’t tell you what an amazing day we had. We’re still buzzing from it all!!’

Have your own personal corner of north Leeds. With its elegant and ornate decoration, the setting provides you with a grand yet modest venue for your wedding. When you book your venue our Event Mangers; Sinead and Alyson will be on hand to make sure that everything in the lead up to and on your special day runs smoothly. Both are based at the venue and know it inside out, meaning that any questions or queries you might have will be answered easily.

‘We only looked at one venue as we loved it as soon as we saw it… We could see so many places for photos and the actual ceremony room made us feel like we were in Game of Thrones!’

In 2016 Mary and Paul’s Castle Grove wedding was featured on wonderful wedding blog, Whimsical Wonderland Weddings, with photography by the talented Mark Newton Wedding Photography. Their vintage feel & charming wedding decorations suited Castle Grove perfectly, view the images and read to blog online here: whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com

Meetings and Events at Castle Grove

Located just 3 miles from Leeds city centre Castle Grove is a popular choice for corporate events also. Castle Grove has a choice of 4 rooms which can seat from 35 theatre style up to 200.

The Ballroom

Light and airy, an excellent choice for exhibitions, business workshops and Christmas parties.

The White Room

Featuring lots of natural light this room is a great setting for a seminar, board room or class room style event or as a break-out room

The Boardroom

Recently refurbished to a deluxe standard this room is perfect for small meetings or private dining events.

The Oak Room

Similar to The White Room this room is a great setting for a seminar, board room or class room style event or as a break-out room, as its name suggests the room has stunning oak decorative features.

Step inside Castle Grove from the comfort of your seat…

You don’t have to take our word for how unique this venue is, you can take a virtual tour, VR goggles at the ready….




Contact information

Keep up to date with all of Castle Grove’s upcoming events by visiting the website, and following their social media channels below.

Moor road
0113 275 2526
Facebook: @CastleGroveMasonicHall






Photography by Chris Newton Wedding Photography, 1895 illustration of Castle Grove courtesy of  lodgeofthanksgiving.co.uk