Putteridge Bury is well known for having stunning gardens that can be seen from anywhere, this Grade II listed Elizabethan manor house was built as a near replica of Chequers, the country house of every Prime Minister since 1921.
The spectacular grounds were designed by Edwin L Lutyens, the foremost architect of the era and planted by one of the most excellent female Victorian gardeners in 1911, Gertrude Jekyll. The reflective pool, yew hedges and clock tower are an essential feature of the 33-acre site.
Inside, guests can find beautiful chandeliers with moulded ceilings and a grand staircase, which is the perfect photo setting. The interior of Putteridge Bury is full of charm with ornate staircases, stunning chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling bay windows and intricate wood panelling.
Ceremonies take place in multiple spaces at this venue with different capacities including; Mountbatten Room (100 guests) Room 7 (60) ant Room 6 (60). For receptions, the dining room holds up to 160 guests and is fantastic for an evening reception. This spacious and airy function suite has its bar situated in the room with a beautiful patio leading out onto the gardens.
WE LOVE...Couples that book this venue will receive a menu tasting session to find the perfect food for them and a dedicated wedding planner.
Find out more: www.putteridgebury.co.uk
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