Pennard House is a family-owned wedding venue located in a small village near Shepton Mallet
Pennard House is a family-owned wedding venue located in...
The historical buildings at Hestercombe have plenty of wow factor and offer unrivalled views across the glorious Edwardian gardens and beyond to the imposing Blackdown Hills. The venue features no less than 50 acres of lovingly restored gardens, representing three centuries of work and featuring lakes, cascades, temples, rills, shade-dappled pathways, and romantic corners. The beautiful scenery is tended by a team of skilled gardeners all year round providing a very special setting indeed for any big day.
Ceremonies can be held in The Orangery for up to 90 loved ones. A beautiful light-filled setting, this iconic ham-stone building was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and offers the ideal backdrop whatever your theme. Guests can spill out on the Orangery Lawn and enjoy a drinks reception post vows.
The Bampfylde Hall meanwhile, dates back to 1680 and with its high ceilings and dramatic timber beams if provides a memorable space for your vows. There's space here for “I dos” witnessed by 150 nearest and dearest.
Alternatively, you'd prefer to exchange vows al fresco, truly making the most of the gorgeous gardens, the Temple Arbour, dating from the 1750s and perched high above the Pear Pond, can seat up to 112.
The Bampfylde Hall is also home to wedding receptions at Hestercombe and can seat 112 guests for wedding breakfast and can accommodate 150 for the evening do. With a lovely fairylight canopy it offers a charming and romantic atmosphere as you dine and dance the night away.
Hestercombe House too can host intimate ceremonies and receptions in its period rooms, perfect for smaller wedding parties.
All of the venue's newlyweds are given a full membership for a year and are invited back for a celebratory afternoon tea on their anniversary.
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01823 413 923 | www.hestercombe.com/weddings