As usual we’ve hand picked our top 5 which really caught our eye, enjoy!
Hoar Cross Hall is a magnificent Grade II listed stately home set in picturesque gardens and has everything you need to make your special day truly memorable.
Commissioned by Hugo Meynell Ingram as a family home, Hoar Cross Hall is a 19th century Elizabethan stately home with lofty gables, turreted water towers, 48 chimneys and mullioned windows which conveys a beautiful blend of tradition and grandeur. A stunning backdrop to your wedding day.
- They can cater from 2 to 120 people
- Their designated wedding coordinator will help you bespoke a day to remember
- Choose their onsite Meynell, Halifax or Joynes Suite to hold your wedding ceremony
- If your heart is set on a traditional church wedding, the beautiful Church of the Holy Angels sits on a wooded ridge just outside Hoar Cross Hall’s grounds
- Bride to Be Pampering- with tranquil pools and soothing water therapies, their state-of-the-art spa is the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy a pampering range of spa treatments
Situated within 100 acres of tranquil deer park, overlooking the rolling Quantock Hills and the Bristol Channel beyond, this fairytale manor house provides the perfect exclusive use venue for your special day and was voted ‘Best Wedding Venue’ in 2013 by the readers of Wedding Ideas Magazine.
- There are 39 luxury bedrooms reserved exclusively for your wedding night ensuring the perfect end to your perfect day.
- A hidden cottage in the grounds can also accommodate the Bride and Bridesmaids the night before the wedding and Peregrine House can accommodate the Groom and his party the night before the wedding too.
- St Audries Park can now sleep up to 40 guests for the night before and over 100 guests for the night of your wedding.
- The Victorian Orangery offers a unique setting for your wedding ceremony and the stunning banqueting hall can seat up to 130 guests for the wedding breakfast. As we offer exclusive use of the entire house you can also invite up to 250 guests for the evening wedding reception and party.
For more information visit www.audries-park.co.uk or call on 01984 633 633.
Warren House sits in a peaceful and secluded area of the exclusive Coombe Estate in Surrey, between the historic town of Kingston upon Thames and the commercial districts of south west London. The house is Victorian, Grade II listed, and set within four acres of peaceful landscaped gardens and was originally built for banker, Hugh Hammersley and his large family. With a rich and varied history spanning 150 years of distinguished owners and important guests, its timeless elegance makes it the perfect venue for corporate meetings and events as well as private celebrations and weddings.
- The venue is licensed to hold Civil Marriage Ceremonies and offers a wealth of elegant rooms, including a stunning Ballroom, for you to choose from and create the perfect ambience and setting for your wedding day
- Warren House can be hired exclusively, or they can provide some bespoke suggestions to accommodate your wishes
- 46 Bedrooms are available for your guest party, these are divided into three categories to suit a wide array of budgets, requirements and preferences. Their bedrooms incorporate modern amenities into both traditional and contemporary designs.
- They have their very own wedding co-ordinators to help you plan your special day.
For more information check out the website www.warrenhouse.com or call 0208 547 1777.
Penshurst Place is a stunning award-winning and exclusive wedding venue in the heart of Kent. For centuries it has been the backdrop to acts of chivalry and romance and a long tradition of sumptuous hospitality, hosting royalty as well as inspiring poets to write some of the most beautifully romantic verse. The House, once the property of King Henry VIII, was left to his son King Edward VI and granted to Sir William Sidney in 1552.
- Choose how you will host your day in the three beautiful 14th century banqueting rooms licensed for ceremonies. This includes the stunning medieval Baron’s Hall built in 1341, complete with open fire pit and Minstrels' Gallery, the impressive panelled Sunderland Room and the more intimate, stone Buttery.
- Their private Inner Courtyard also provides an outside space for ceremonies or receptions
- They work closely with their appointed caterers Leith’s, famous for their impeccable standards of cuisine to give you the very best quality in food
- The team have personally visited hotels and B&Bs in the surrounding areas to make their recommendations, ensuring they offer brides and grooms to be a personalised service to the very highest exacting standards.
Boconnoc is a country estate in South East Cornwall tucked down two miles of private roads. It is a little slice of heaven where you have the freedom to create whatever you have always imagined for your wedding day, whether in the main house, Stable Yard or around the estate.
- Your drinks reception can be on the lawns in front of the house or in the Drawing Room, 100 can be seated for your wedding breakfast, or 240 with an extension marquee
- A marquee can be put up on the lawns or on another site on the estate.
- There is a civil ceremony room in the Stable Yard, an outdoor Humanist Ceremony space in a beautiful stone swimming pool built in 1804 and a church next to the lake.
- There is accommodation onsite for up to 40 guests in the main house and holiday cottages so whether you want to hire the house as your own or on a B and B basis anything is possible.
- Guests can arrange fishing on the lake, a cricket match in the deer park, dinner the night before your wedding in the Stable Yard or a brunch in the house or by the lake the day after.
For more information visit the website www.boconnoc.com or call them on 01208 872507.
There is a certain amount of British pride in these buildings, you guests would surely be astounded walking around the gardens or enjoying the splendour of the buildings. I really enjoyed looking through these, I certainly think if you are looking to make a bold statement at your wedding then a Stately Home is the way forward.
Well that’s all for this week folks, thanks for all the recent likes and follows and I’ll be sure to post a new blog next week!