With 700 years of fascinating history, there’s a sense of royal heritage at the heart of Ashridge House. Originally a monastery, the venue became a royal residence for both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, then later a private home to Bridgewater’s dukes and earls before becoming a military hospital during both World Wars.
The house is now a wedding venue steeped in wonderful history! Set in 190 acres of private beautiful grounds and gardens, visit the Italian Gardens with its beautiful fountain or the Rosary filled with 48 different varieties of roses – the perfect backdrop to any special day!
Lovebirds have the choice to exchange vows in multiple locations including The Grand Hall for up to 150 people, The Lady Marian Alford (170), The Old Library (110), The Fernery (90), Ante Room (60) and The Terrace (170).
Receptions take place in The Lady Marian with 100 guests or the Repton Hall for 200 both on round tables. When couples book the space they’ll receive complimentary one-night accommodation in the Brownlow Lodge.
Find out more: www.ashridgehouse.org.uk
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