This Grade II listed Elizabethan manor house was built as a near replica of Chequers, the country house of every Prime Minister since 1921.
Putteridge Bury is well known for having beautiful chandeliers with moulded ceilings, its renowned grand staircase is a picture- perfect spot, and the venue has stunning views of the gardens from anywhere in the house. The grounds were redesigned by Edwin L Lutyens, soon to be recognised as the foremost architect of the era, and planted by Gertrude Jekyll, one of the finest lady Victorian gardeners. The beautiful gardens also feature a reflecting pool and massive yew hedges, a stunning setting for the perfect photos.
Ceremonies take place in the Mountbatten room for 100 guests, while Room 7 and 6 can both hold 60 guests. These rooms have a beautiful piano, moulded ceilings, a stunning fireplace or beautiful views of the pond. To celebrate post-vows, the dining room holds up to 160 guests and is a spacious suite with its own bar situated in the room with a beautiful patio leading out onto the gardens.
Couples picking this big-day venue can enjoy a complimentary menu tasting and will have a dedicated wedding planner.
Find out more: www.putteridgebury.co.uk