Froyle Park, is situated in the quaint village of Upper Froyle in North Hampshire. Surrounded by rolling Hampshire hills , the Jacobean Manor House sits proudly overlooking the 80 acres of glorious parkland that complete this elegant country estate.
Froyle Park boasts an impressive history that stretches back to 1086 when the Manor was given by William the Conqueror to the Nuns of St Mary's Abbey. As you make your way through the gates and up the tree-lined path alongside the fields dotted with sheep grazing serenely, you will immediately be met by the magnificence of this luxury country estate.
Following a complete renovation, Froyle Park now offers a variety of beautiful rooms in which to hold your day, including The Great Hall, The Grand Ballroom and The Drawing Room. Once you've shared your vows and enjoyed a champagne reception, guests will make their way into the reception room, which seats up to 300 people. With the same 'no corkage' policy as Northbrook Park, couples are able to bring their favourite drinks and avoid the fees many venues levy for opening the bottles.
Froyle Park’s stunning Dome is also now available for wedding ceremonies. With our outdoor civil ceremony licence now approved, couples can say “I Do” against the backdrop of our magnificent country estate. Our striking outdoor dome is complete with a beautiful decked seating area and perfectly manicured gardens, the perfect setting to create memories that last a lifetime.