Civil Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships
This breathtaking Palladian mansion boasts a variety of wonderful rooms, each with their own features that make them perfect for weddings and receptions.
Unique rooms that set our luxury wedding hotel apart
The Saloon was once described as 'one of the finest rooms in Somerset', and is ideal for large wedding ceremonies.
The Yellow Dining Room is grand and graceful, and is filled with stunning Georgian and Regency furniture and ancestral portraits.
The Drawing Room is situated in the north-east corner of the house, with magnificent views over the parkland and river valley falling away to the East.
This room is fantastically light with two large windows, as well as French doors leading out on to the terrace.
The Print Room is one of England's earliest surviving Print Rooms, with reminders of the Grand Tours undertaken in the 18th century.
There is one large window that fills the room with light during the day, as well as providing wonderful views of the croquet lawn and gardens.
The Library is a lovely, almost square room, with magnificent original mahogany bookcases covering the two internal walls.
Two full length windows fill the room with light during the day and overlook the croquet lawn and glorious gardens.
The Painting Room is a Georgian oak panelled restaurant that overlooks the spectacular cascading River Norr running through the beautiful parkland along the back of the house.