Set amongst 92 acres of magnificent formal gardens inspired by the gardens of Versailles, Wrest Park is a striking venue for wedding receptions, corporate functions and evening entertainment. We are also licensed to host Civil Wedding and Civil Partnership ceremonies.
The Wrest Park estate was home to the de Grey family from the 13th Century until 1917. The present Manor House was completed in 1834 and designed by Thomas Earl de Grey, an enthusiast for 18th-century French architecture.
Open spaces and sheltered woodland are complemented by reflective expanses of water and ornate garden buildings, such as the 19th century Orangery, the Bowling Green House and Archerís Pavilion.
Following extensive refurbishment, Wrest Park House is the latest English Heritage property available to hire from August 2008.
|Detail | FREE brochure|
|Civil Licence? Yes||Service capacity: Up to 100|
|Reception: Yes||Reception: Up to 170; Marquee space for up to 1000|
|Small weddings catered for? Yes||Church Nearby: Yes|
|Exclusive Use? Yes||Car Parking? Yes|
|Gay Weddings? Yes||Asian Weddings? Yes|
Venue type: Museum, Historic, Unusual, Country House, Attraction
One of English Heritage's most prestigious and popular licensed properties, Wrest Park, the fairytale French-style mansion in breathtaking landscaped grounds in Bedfordshire, is offering couples the incredible opportunity to get married for just £1,000 + vat.
The 'Grand Wedding for a Grandí package offer is available daily until the end of December 2014. It provides two hours at Wrest Park from 10am until 12noon and includes room hire for the wedding ceremony and drinks reception, plus exclusive use of the venue as a backdrop for unforgettable wedding photography.
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