Brinsop, Herefordshire, HR4 8LS | (01432) 509925
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Brinsop Court is a stunning 14th-century moated manor house that’s nestled within an 800-acre estate in the Herefordshire countryside, making it a truly idyllic spot to celebrate your wedding day.
The exclusive-use venue offers a choice of spaces for couples to exchange their vows, including the medieval Banqueting Hall, which dates back to the 12th century and benefits from charming period features encompassing Gothic windows and an exposed beamed ceiling.
The space can welcome up to 96 for a ceremony, while the atmospheric wood-panelled Elizabethan Library, complete with huge fireplace and windows overlooking the garden, can also host up to 96 guests.
Couples can also say ‘I do’ in the Queen Anne Room, an elegant light-filled space for up to 60 guests, or hold an outdoor ceremony in the covered courtyard, while St George’s church is just a short drive away in the village of Brinsop.
The exclusive-use venue offers a choice of spaces for couples to exchange their vows, including the medieval Banqueting Hall.
After tying the knot, couples can host Champagne and canapé receptions in the venue’s historic rooms or on the beautifully manicured gardens, which are encircled by the moat.
Brides and grooms can host wedding breakfasts for up to 96 in the Banqueting Hall, while the Elizabethan Library and Queen Anne Room are ideal for more intimate celebrations.
For weddings of over 100, there’s also the option to have a marquee on the Astley Lawn, and when it comes to the perfect spot for dancing into the night, the Game Rooms can welcome up to 120 guests.
The venue works exclusively with A2Zest catering, who can create innovative menus to suit your tastes and budget, with many dishes drawing on seasonal ingredients from Herefordshire.
The experienced catering company can make everything from canapés to evening food, and couples can enjoy tastings before the day to sample their chosen dishes.
As the venue isn’t a licensed premise couples can make huge savings by bringing their own wine, beer and Champagne, which must be given to guests rather than sold.
Brinsop Court benefits from 15 contemporary bedrooms located within the manor house, offering the perfect space for the wedding party to retire to after the big day.
The venue has three family kitchens with Agas where guests will find simple breakfast baskets to tuck into, while the events team can also arrange for grocery deliveries prior to your arrival.
The one-bedroom 18th-century half-timbered gamekeeper’s cottage is a luxurious spot for the newlyweds to retreat to and enjoy spending their first night as a married couple in total seclusion, with the outdoor hot tub the icing on the cake.
Licensed for civil ceremonies?
Number of guests
Up to 96 for a ceremony and up to 120 for the reception
Best spot for photos
Head out to the beautiful gardens and take in the surrounding views and backdrop of the historic manor house.
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