Unique and steeped in history, Longstowe Hall is the perfect setting for weddings and celebrations. Surrounded by glorious gardens, a spectacular lake, stunning views and the grand backdrop of the house, Longstowe Hall is an exceptional venue. A place to make every occasion truly memorable.
With its captivating setting and wonderful features including the Rose Garden, the restored Orangery and Longstowe Courtyard and the spectacular double flower borders, weddings at Longstowe Hall are about creating your perfect day, tailor made to suit you and exclusively yours for the day. Our team are here to support throughout the process of planning your dream wedding.
For weddings ceremonies, Longstowe Hall offers the best of both worlds. The Rose Ball Room with its spectacular oak fireplace and plasterwork or the tranquil lakeside setting on the pavilion island. At one with nature. Whichever you choose, Longstowe Hall is licensed for Civil Wedding Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships.
Ceremonies must be booked with the Registrars as well as Longstowe Hall. St Mary’s Church at Longstowe always welcomes those who wish to have a religious wedding ceremony.
Greet your guests with a glass of bubbly in the beautifully restored Longstowe Courtyard and The Orangery with its wonderful fountain.
Immerse yourselves in the quintessential English garden party for an afternoon drinks reception with canapés. There are so many characterful and picturesque spaces to delight your guests at Longstowe Hall.
Traditional in look with canvas for the roof to allow the marquee to breathe in hot weather, the Longstowe Marquee is still the best. Its spacious feel comes from its soaring roof height and the lined and styled interior make it one of the most stylish. Built to perfection every year, the marquee allows for a flexible layout that can accommodate up to 150 dining guests. It also includes a dance floor and small stage area for live music.
In addition to weddings, Longstowe Hall is available for exclusive hire for private celebrations for up to 150 guests.
Images courtesy of: Juan Muino, Laura Lees, Scotts of Cambridge, Lorna Newman