The character in the carriageway is remarkable. The giant oak doors on either side are original, and date back to the 16th century, and the cartwheel chandelier spreads light into space below. The look is completed with the medieval flagstone floor, creating the perfect welcome for your wedding guests.
The warm and cosy ambience in the bar can be credited to the generous log fire with copper hood. The bar extends the length of the room and is well-stocked with a variety of wines, beers and tipples.
Two reception rooms in the Main House offer contrasting styles and backdrops. The Tudor Room has exposed beams and an enormous inglenook fireplace. The Light Oak Room is lined with oak panelling and is home to a baby grand piano.
The house is set within 40 acres of private grounds. The inner courtyard includes a croquet lawn and is the perfect sunny spot for drinks and canapé reception. Enjoy two lakes, a babbling brook and wooded areas for your photographs.
The converted cellar now offers a modern and contemporary space in which to dance the night away. Following a formal and traditional day, amaze your guests when they come downstairs to the spacious disco-lit dancefloor with vaulted ceiling above.