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Micklefield Hall is our wedding venue of the week

Micklefield Hall's reception space is perfect for rustic weddings Micklefield Hall provides several Instagrammable and manicured outdoor spaces, from cloistered walkways to nature’s very own aisle lined with herbaceous borders leading up to the romantic temple. The barn exterior is sleek with dark-wood cladding, grand glazed entrances, cherry trees and a newly restored patio area – perfect for drink receptions.

Every area, facility and aspect of the venue is maintained and restored to a high standard to create a luxurious, high-end feel for weddings. Coupled with the 350-acre estate’s history and exceptional service, the hall offers a complete wedding package. The romantic temple was a romantic birthday gift from the previous owner to his wife and now provides a dreamy space for couples to tie the knot when the British weather allows it. The space boasts an ancient 450-yearold oak tree, circular pond and grand stone staircase. The temple can fit 200 guests seated around the banks of the pond and the speakers ensure they hear every vow.

In the case of inclement weather, couples can exchange vows in the stunning Great Barn; lined with rows of chairs in front of the striking wall of flowers to create a stunning backdrop as brides or grooms walks down the aisle. The Garden Room located next to the French fountain area is also a popular licensed space that can fit 80 guests.

There are various reception spaces at the venue; the Great Barn can comfortably accommodate up to 200 guests and features smart technology to illuminate centrepieces and allow loved ones to hear the important speeches. With a fully serviced bar, luxurious toiletries in the bathrooms and air-conditioning, lovebirds can relax knowing that friends and family will enjoy this space.

Drink receptions can happen on the rolling lawns in front of the Georgian manor house with its wisteria-covered façade, the newly restored terrace outside the potting shed or in the heated and carpeted marquee with chandeliers and cream drapes. All weddings are exclusive, the venue guarantees no other events take place within the estate at the same time which allows guests to fully enjoy the day.

Couples are offered a free tasting evening with the venue’s exclusive catering partners, usually hosted in the Great Barn to allow couples to experience a sneak peek into what their wedding day may look like. A free annual open day is also offered to introduce couples to the fantastic suppliers and showcase every area of Micklefield Hall.

Check out: www.micklefieldhall.com

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