Sarsden, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6QX | (01608) 658585
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Surrounded by stunning countryside, Merriscourt offers couples a charmingly romantic setting for hosting wedding celebrations in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Located near Chipping Norton, the picture-perfect venue is part of the Bruern Estate, with its remarkable grounds and beautifully restored barns providing a versatile and memorable backdrop for Cotswold weddings.
Merriscourt boasts two spectacular barns where you can host the proceedings including The Stone Barn, an elegantly renovated space catering for civil ceremonies of up to 132 guests, while it also has capacity for evening dos of over 150.
After the ceremony guests can make their way to The Gallery, while during the warmer months the large doors open out on to The Gallery Lawn for a truly idyllic option for summer weddings.
Once the sun has set, Merriscourt provides a dreamy setting for alfresco summer celebrations.
The White Barn provides a light-filled setting for wedding breakfasts, with the original beams adding to the atmosphere of the space which can accommodate up to 132 seated guests for dinner, with an additional 30 in the adjoining Stone Barn.
Both barns have access to the flower-filled courtyard area which is the perfect spot for guests to mingle with Champagne in hand after the ceremony, while once the sun has set, it provides a dreamy setting for alfresco summer celebrations.
From canapés to three-course wedding breakfasts and delicious evening food, the in-house catering team keep guests well fed throughout the day.
There’s an impressive selection of menu options to choose from and couples can benefit from a dedicated wedding manager who will help with tailoring the catering to suit your budget and tastes.
The venue also offers exclusive use of The Old House, a luxury farmhouse located on the grounds of Merriscourt, which makes an ideal base for the wedding party.
The farmhouse can sleep 11 and also has its own kitchen/diner, drawing room, dining room and private garden with unspoilt views of the surrounding countryside, providing a relaxing space to get ready for the big day.
The Pump House, a one-bedroom cottage, is perfect for the bride and groom to spend their first night as husband and wife, while there’s also a classic vintage Bentley which can be hired for the bride or groom to arrive in style.
Up to 132 for the ceremony and 150 for an evening reception.
Take advantage of being in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and head outdoors to benefit from the beautiful rural backdrops.
Emma Pumford and Jat Singh’s spectacular spring Cotswold wedding celebrated a fusion of Indian and English cultures, with the colourful ceremony and reception held in the stunning surroundings of Merriscourt on Saturday 16 May 2015.
Set against a stunning countryside backdrop, picture-perfect venue Merriscourt offers a rustic setting for classic Cotswold ceremonies in its beautifully restored barns.
Catering for intimate affairs and extravagant affairs alike, Merriscourt provides a picturesque setting for wedding celebrations, with breathtaking views, a flower-filled courtyard area and charming barns.
Wednesday 09 March 2016
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