Our Ceremonies

Tie the knot in one of our six approved licensed locations

Tie the knot in one of our six approved licensed locations

We have a lovely selection of locations to day ‘I do’ to the one you love. No matter if  you’re wanting your ceremony outside, under the arch of our historical manor house or the rustic setting of our cow she barn, you’ll have the moment of your dreams.

Option One:

The Summerhouse

Bespoke wooden summerhouse designed especially for outdoor wedding ceremonies at the end of an avenue of heritage apple and cherry trees. The summerhouse enjoys sweeping views out over and valley to the river below. Capacity: 150 guests sat outdoors on chairs the lawn.

Option Two:

The Cowyard Barn

Former 200-year-old cowshed with a fantastic vaulted beamed roof and beautiful rustic stone walls. The Barn has a stepped floor down through its length, perfect for large wedding ceremonies ensuring everyone can still see you tie the knot. Various options are available here for where the focus of your ceremony is and which way the guests face. Capacity: 150 guests sat indoors.

Option Three:

The Walled Garden

The garden in front of the main Elizabethan wing of the Manor is a beautiful, traditional-country-garden spot to say ‘I do’. You and your fiancé can stand under the arch of the original 450-year-old front door with guests seated in a semicircle on the lawns facing inwards, or in front of the rose arbour at the bottom of the lawns with guests sat in rows cascading down the garden. Capacity: 80 guests sat outdoors on chairs.

Option Four:

The Stables

Our latest ceremony space, the former Manor stable block has been fully restored with a completely authentic feel. The original cobbled floors revealed through smart glass apertures in the new wooden floor, the old wooden shutters, and the bare stone walls all add to the amazing atmosphere inside. Fill the space with candles to complement the festoon lighting. Capacity: 60 seated.

Option Five:

The Drawing Room

The old Drawing Room in the Elizabethan wing of the Manor. A restored 100-year-old parquet floor, big stone mullioned windows flooding the room with morning light, and an original fireplace with wood burning stove set the scene. Capacity: 30 guests seated.

Option Six:

The Dining Room

The oldest part of the Manor, this room was the original house and is about 800-years-old. Today as the Dining Room is retains the huge inglenook fireplace and meat hooks in the ceiling from its time as the Elizabethan kitchen. Two stone mullioned windows look out over the valley below, and the giant table is easily retracted and switched to formal seating. Capacity: 30 seated.