A truly stunning setting for
......the most memorable day of your life
Arriving at Latimer Place is just the beginning of the experience: weaving through the historic Latimer village: past acres of unspoilt countryside; up the tree-lined driveway and then, ahead the stunning and impressive Victorian Mansion.
Here, amid 30 acres of the picturesque parkland, we have room to accommodate even the most intimate or extravagant plans. There are three entirely separate venues, the largest capable of accommodating 200, so you’re free to choose between the historic and modern. You can take exclusive use of any of the three, making your day entirely personal to you and your guests.
The Manor House with its fantastic views is steeped in history, the oak panelled Cavendish library is ideal for reception drinks whilst the Courtyard restaurant is perfect for dining for up to 200 people. Outside, the grounds offer wonderful views across the Chess Valley, the perfect spot for drinks, canapés, not to mention those soon-to-be cherished wedding photos.
Latimer Mews, the 18th Century stable block to the manor house sympathetically modernised to complete with a glazed atrium creating a contemporary light and spacious feel. The Stables restaurant with its patio and gardens creates an intimate and secluded space to entertain your guests.
For those wishing to cater for themselves the Cormorant Centre a modern building with a banqueting suite, conservatory, bar and lounges can be yours exclusively up to 200 guests.
The memories needn’t end with the last dance. As the party winds down, retire to your luxurious bedroom and recline in style. In the morning, enjoy a Champagne breakfast in bed while you take in the views across the peaceful Chiltern countryside. Where better to start your married life together?
Traditional wedding, civil ceremonies or a simple elegant affair; if you are looking for inspiration we can provide plenty of suggestions or you’re welcome to take the lead and let you imagination run riot! We believe no two weddings should ever be the same and we’ll make sure you day is a magical one.
Latimer Place is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty yet accessible to the M25, London Heathrow and mainline train stations.
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|Civil Licence? Yes||Service capacity: 70 - 120|
|Reception: Yes||Reception: 70 - 200|
|Small weddings catered for? Yes||Church Nearby: Yes|
|Accommodation? Yes||Exclusive Use? Yes|
|Car Parking? Yes||Gay Weddings? Yes|
Venue type: Hotel, Historic, Country House
Sunday late availability from £4500!
Take advantage of our late availability offer on selected Sundays throughout 2013 and receive up to 30% off our standard wedding packages.
Book our package and the following is included:
- Venue Hire
- Glass of sparkling wine for the reception drinks
- 3 course wedding breakfast including tea & coffee
- Glass of house red or white wine with dinner
- Glass of sparkling wine for the toast
- Evening buffet for 75% off your day guests
- Overnight accommodation for the Bride & Groom
- A dedicated Wedding Coordinator and Events Manager to run your special day
Prices is based on 60 guests, however don’t worry of your guest list exceeds these numbers, we can cater for additional numbers, a charge of £68 per person will apply. *terms and conditions apply
For more information please call your dedicated Wedding Co-ordinator, Caroline on 01494 545550, or email
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Wedding Fayre at Latimer Place
Fayre Date: Sunday 15th September 2013
11.00am – 3.00pm Free admission
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