Unique Civil Ceremonies
Whichever of our three idyllic locations you choose to be married in we can make the space work for your number of guests and for the look you want to emulate. Each space can accomodate musicians – you just have to choose whether it’s a string quartet, a wandering guitarist, a choir, or friends and family who are to perform! We have some beautiful items to help you achieve your ideal look for the service & what must be the longest aisle in the county if you opt to get married in our Great Hall!
The Haywain is an intimate and enchanting setting to be married in with fantasic photo oppourtunities from on high. The gallery is an ideal spot for musicians to be situated in and there are several options for the bride’s big entrance.
The doors can be open in fine weather to bring the outside in and the large windows let in tremendous light. From here head outside to the picturesque gardens and lake for drinks, canapés and photos as the new Mr & Mrs ...!
The Great Hall
A dramatic backdrop in which to make your vows. The fantastic aisle in our Great Hall can be wide enough to accomodate every dress! The barn can take much decoration but requires little – you can really make it your own.
The Great Hall is ideal for large wedding ceremonies, but equally can be made to feel very intimate for groups of as little as sixty with the clever use of beautiful trees to lead you into and out of - as a newly married couple! - the aisle.
The Summer House
Hold your ceremony outside and your guests will be seated on the lawn where the sound track will alternate between your special songs and the birds in the trees and ducks on the lake! The aisle starts in front of the house, decends the steps and finally heads up the centre of the lawn until you meet your groom under the summer house.
The perfect setting for your romantic wedding ceremony. You can bedeck the structure and chairs as much as you like but with flowers in abundance in the gardens you have a massive head start.