Situated on the outskirts of Burnham-on-Crouch in Essex, Creeksea Place is a 16th century fairy tale Tudor mansion.
With its captivating façade and tranquil surroundings, Creeksea Place will provide the ideal backdrop for your special day and offer you memories that will last a lifetime.
Creeksea Place is exclusively yours for the day. We offer free use of one of our six areas licensed for your wedding ceremony. You can choose to marry outside, beneath our marble gazebo in the Orchard, in our spectacular Walled Garden, or under the arch leading to our Tudor Garden.
Within the house, your ceremony can take place in our recently refurbished Panelled Room, Regency Room or Music Room. Alternatively, you could marry outside at night, under the stars, with the lighting in both the Orchard and the Walled Garden enhancing the romantic and magical feel to your ceremony.
Reception drinks are served in the Walled Garden or on the Lakeside Lawn, with its captivating views of the Victorian bridge and one of our three lakes.
Your Wedding Breakfast and Evening Reception take place in our luxurious silk-lined Marquee situated on the lawn. We can seat up to 200 wedding breakfast guests and 100 extra evening guests. It can also be adapted to hold extra guests, if you wish.
As dusk approaches we illuminate the house with spotlights, oil burners and hundreds of candles for a truly enchanted feel. Our bespoke service offers a unique wedding experience, thus ensuring you have the wedding day that you dream of.
Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be delighted to discuss your wedding plans with you and arrange a private viewing of Creeksea Place.
Venue Capacity: We can seat up to 200 wedding breakfast guests and 100 extra evening guests
Ferry Road, Burnham-on-Crouch
Essex, England CM0 8PJ
Road – 50 minutes from the Dartford Tunnel on the M25
Rail - from Liverpool Street station, London
Air – from Stansted Airport
Boat – berthing facilities 5 minutes away
Helicopter – landings by prior arrangement