For a quintessentially English wedding on a grand scale, there is no more impressive a venue for a wedding reception than Brocket Hall, surrounded by 543 acres of idyllic private parkland with stunning views.
Brocket Hall, built in 1760 by Sir Matthew Lamb, to the design of renowned architect, James Paine, has had a rich and varied history. Brocket Hall has welcomed royalty on many occasions, King George IV and Queen Victoria to name but two. However there cannot be many stately homes claiming to have had two British Prime Ministers live and die within their walls!
For further information or to arrange a viewing, please contact Louise Felstead:
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