Notley is a work of art. A medieval masterpiece that epitomizes romance, glamour and grandeur, this former home of Sir Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh is accustomed to hosting royalty and celebrity in the most decadent and indulgent fashion. The list of historical figures who’ve visited includes Henry V, Henry VIII, and Marilyn Monroe to name just a few and the long, straight, avenue of lime trees through which the driveway runs, truly magical in itself, was planted by Vivien Leigh herself.
Julia and Michael held their wedding reception at Bijou's Notley Abbey in May.
Silchester House is an exclusive use country house wedding venue in Berkshire, very close to the border with Hampshire. It is a grand Victorian home, set in nine acres of landscaped grounds, wild-grass meadow and woodland, and boasts a traditional English marquee capable of seating up to 160 guests for a country garden wedding celebration.
Finding the best wedding venue for your day is something that needs to happen early in the wedding planning process
Just a stone’s throw from Farnham and the Hampshire border, Cain Manor is an exclusive use country house wedding venue in Surrey. With its cosy, rustic, barn-style charm, framed with beautiful oak beams and with far-reaching views over the North Downs and Surrey’s Golden Valley, Cain is the perfect venue for couples looking for a spacious yet cosy venue. Private and secluded, the approach to the house is via a winding driveway through thick green forest. Cain is licensed for civil wedding ceremonies both indoors and out.
A grand Palladian mansion wedding venue for your exclusive use, the beautiful Botleys Mansion is set in 56 acres of rolling Surrey parkland just half an hour from central London. With its elegant reception rooms and stunning glass atrium, it’s the perfect location to host your special day, whether you want to invite 60 or 380 of your nearest and dearest. The Mansion has a number of rooms and spaces that are licensed for civil marriage and partnership ceremonies and is suitable for receptions of varying sizes.
Cain Manor, Surrey