Popular Manor House Venues London

Suppose when you close your eyes, you imagine your wedding day in a Georgian house with lofty ceilings, swinging chandeliers and a sweeping staircase—richly decorated in period details. If that’s the case, the majesty of a London manor house wedding venue sounds like the ideal match. But how does one decide? Our London Venue Finders know the ins and outs of the manor house venue scene. Contact our VenueCrew today .

    Our Guide to Manor House Wedding Venues Near London

    Are you planning a traditional English wedding at a heritage manor house with picturesque grounds? It’s a timeless wedding scene that never goes out of style. There is a wide variety of striking properties in the great British countryside, and VenueCrew can find you the perfect place in and near London that matches all of your requirements. 

    For example, De Vere Wokefield Estate in Berkshire is a fairytale wedding venue with ballrooms, 250 acres of parkland, and an outdoor pergola for ceremonies. The white Victorian manor house is a postcard-perfect setting where you’ll be able to capture some stunning images on your wedding day. Download the De Vere Wokefield Estate wedding brochure to read all about it.

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 1: Manor Houses Near London Have More Outdoor Space

    Choosing a manor house for your wedding day is likely to offer you more space to celebrate outdoors and take some fantastic photographs. A famous example is Belair House in Dulwich, which hits the ideal balance between city accessibility and a countryside feel. Surrounding the Belair House is a stretch of rolling lawns that are visible from each event space. It’s a beautiful, classic wedding venue where you can bring decorations and make it your own. Find out more on the Belair House wedding brochure.

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 2: London Is Home To Some Striking Manor Houses

    Within the capital itself, there are some beautiful manor houses to discover. Although London can be busy and cosmopolitan, there are countless heritage buildings, some with tranquil gardens. 

    London’s eastern borough of Greenwich is home to some historic buildings, such as Queen’s House. This beautiful palace was designed for Queen Anne of Denmark by the world-renowned architect Inigo Jones, near the River Thames. The manor house features a Great Hall for your ceremony and banquet, a striking spiral staircase for unforgettable photos and the surrounding lawns of Greenwich Park for alfresco receptions. All the wedding details and prices are available via the Queen’s House wedding brochure.

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 3: Call VenueCrew For A Free Consultation

    Suppose you’re tired of attending venue viewings that just aren’t for you. In that case, it’s worth giving VenueCrew a call, as they’ll only introduce you to venues that have every requirement you need. On your free wedding consultation, a London Venue Specialist will note all of your details including your desired date, guest number and venue style, and will deliver a bespoke list of the most appropriate manor house wedding venues near London for you. It’s a simple and stress-free way of finding your ideal venue. Call VenueCrew today .

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    VenueCrew knows the best manor house wedding venues near London. Here’s how it works:

      1. Write down your wedding requirements, preferred date, and guest number
      2. Book a free consultation with a VenueCrew London Venue Specialist 
      3. We’ll send you quotes and book you in to view your favourite manor house venues
      4. You confirm your date, send out the invites, and start planning the wedding details

    Many couples love to find their happy ever after at a traditional manor house wedding venue near London. Nonsuch Mansion is a popular choice, just 30 minutes from London. It has 300 acres of landscaped grounds, a Michelin trained chef and a licence for outdoor weddings. Another great option is Belair House. This manor house wedding venue in Dulwich has superb garden outlooks and versatile indoor spaces that you can style your way.