A wedding in Dikļi Palace is like an unforgettable, unique, and precious testimony of love. The ceremony in the beautifully landscaped park and reception in one of the six luxurious halls create a fabulous atmosphere to exchange vows with your beloved. An overnight stay in the beautiful Bride’s Room, adorned with Rococo style furniture and a jacuzzi, will be pure pleasure for the body and soul.
The palace’s splendid halls and saloons, where you can savour a delicious, impeccably served meal, as well as the spacious park for outdoor activities, are perfect for both private or corporate celebrations. A small event with only your closest family and friends, or a grand celebration of several hundred people – at Dikli Palace – this special day will be filled with unforgettable moments and sensations.
“We chose the magical Diklu Pils to celebrate our special event in the Autumn of 2017, and it was the best decision! From the moment we enquired, throughout the planning and the event itself, to our final goodbyes, the whole team went out of their way to make us feel welcome. all team are truly exceptional – very efficient, professional and full of great ideas to make our event more memorable. It was very obvious that they truly cared about our guests having a wonderful day. The chefs treated us to a world class dinner and we were looked after so well by the dedicated and friendly waiters. All our guests commented on the standard of service. We were delighted with the whole event at Diklu Pils and we will most certainly return for our next celebration. A huge heartfelt thank you to the wonderful team. Kindest regards, Kevin & Gita Jones”
The largest palace hall is also stylistically different from the other rooms. Both the walls and the ceiling are decorated in light colours, the wall being adorned with a painted ceramic strip. The eclectic fireplace in the hall retains the original crown molding, while the remainder has been restored based on historic photographs. This hall’s ceiling is decorated with antique chain hanging crown chandeliers.
Area: 117 m2
Capacity: – Round tables and a cruise table – up to 84 guests; U-type – up to 8o guests; E-Type – up to 105 guests; Quadrant table – up to 32 guests.
The North hall
The Northern Hall is located on the first floor of the palace’s left wing. Wood dominates the finish of this hall – the ceiling and wall panels have been preserved since 1896, while being renovated in 2003. The hall is decorated with a tile stove in moss green and a Zelm & Boehm fireplace in light brown tints from their 1906 catalogue.
Area: 70 m2
Capacity: U-type – up to 25 guests; class type – up to 37 guests; theater – up to 50 guests
The Cigar hall is located in the right wing on the first floor of the Palace. The hall retains its original wooden panels and ceiling decoration. This is the only room in the Palace which retains its original parquet floor.Following restoration, this small room will be home to a beautiful tiled stove from the Zelm & Boehm 1906 company catalogue.
Area: 58 m2
Capacity: – Long table – up to 14 guests
Barn house hall
Dikli manor Barn has revived hosting a spacious hall for seminars and conferences, different parties, exhibitions and concerts, a kitchen with advanced equipment for cooking banquet and other festive meals, and with 13 cosy guest rooms in the attic.
Area: 179,5 m2
Capacity: Round tables and a bowl table – up to 144 guests; U-type – up to 110 guests; E-type – up to 145 guests
The Veranda is the brightest and sunniest of the halls in the Palace with a wonderful view of the Palace Park and the old manor pond. The hall was rebuilt from scratch according to the old designs, the floor is made up of brown and white tiles arranged in a chess table design. It was here that one of the last owners of the manor, Manfred von Wolf loved to watch the sun rise.
Area: 57 m2
Capacity: Long table – up to 36 guests