Hedsor is a magnificent filming, wedding, conference and events venue set in landscaped gardens surrounded by parkland with wonderful views over the Thames Valley. Approached by a long wooded drive,
Hedsor is a magnificent filming, wedding, conference and events venue set in landscaped gardens surrounded by parkland with wonderful views over the Thames Valley. Approached by a long wooded drive, Hedsor is 40 minutes by car from London.
Hedsor House is a magnificent Georgian country mansion offering a beautiful and romantic setting for your wedding day.
Hedsor House gives you a "blank canvas" opportunity allowing you to create your dream wedding and is hired on an exclusive basis providing you with a completely unique and private occasion for you and your guests.
Set in almost 100 acres of glorious parkland you can enjoy your wedding day both inside and outside the house either on the manicured lawns or in the sunken garden. Four rooms on the ground floor are licensed for civil ceremonies and our ballroom can seat up to 140 guests for a wedding breakfast. For larger weddings we can accommodate a marquee in our grounds, however the house can cater for a stand up reception or buffet for up to 500 guests.
Help and advice is available from the team at Hedsor House when planning your wedding and assistance with all aspects of your wedding day is available. Our team has many years experience within the weddings and events industry and can advise on areas such as suppliers and budgets.
As well as hosting weddings and events Hedsor House is also used as a film and TV location and has hosted many productions such as The Golden Compass, Sense and Sensibility, Little Dorrit, The Boat that Rocked, Spooks and The Day of the Triffids.
History of Hedsor House:
References to the Manor of Hedsor can be found from 1166 when the Estate was owned by the de Hedsor Family. In 1583 Rowland Hynd built a new Tudor Manor House at Hedsor which was badly damaged by fire in 1795 and eventually demolished in 1865. At about this time the Architect James Knowles was commissioned by the fourth Lord Boston to design a new house at Hedsor. It was completed in 1868 and, unusually, modelled on the Italian Villa style but with a domed hallway rather than an open courtyard.