Located in Norfolk, England, Bracon Lodge is a stately home that offers an exquisite backdrop to weddings and special events. This listed historical property is set on a sprawling estate that stretches over 23 acres, boasting incredible views and a serene and intimate setting. Situated just a short drive from Norwich train station, this venue presents a convenient location for guests who are travelling to share in your day. Couples who choose to celebrate their day here can enjoy exclusive use of this spectacular property and its surrounding splendor.
Facilities and Capacity
Bracon Lodge offers a choice of exquisite event spaces for outdoor ceremonies and receptions. Marquees can be set up on the great lawn in front of the house, allowing you to capture this stately home in your wedding photos. With sweeping willow trees, a picturesque lake, and an authentic stone wall, there are plenty of incredible locations for your ceremony. Guests are sure to love the heated swimming pool and hot tub, while additional entertainment such as an outdoor cinema can also be arranged.
The team at Bracon Lodge offers a plethora of services to ensure that newlyweds-to-be enjoy an idyllic and stress-free event. They can take care of providing catering solutions, paired with delectable wines to keep guests refreshed. Alternately, couples can choose to bring their own choice of catering services on-site, as well as their own alcohol. Outdoor games such as croquet, badminton and archery are available, along with the use of a pool table. Newlyweds-to-be can request additional event embellishments such as a dancefloor and a vintage car for one-of-a-kind photographs. Taking care of every detail, dedicated staff can offer a list of trusted vendors to provide services such as photography, makeup, and even childcare. Fireworks are permitted on-site, allowing you to celebrate your day with flair and style.
While it is unclear when this historic house was first built, its history can be traced back to 1828, when it was purchased by the Corbould family. The house boasts a rich narrative and was home to wealthy landowners throughout the 1800s before being taken over once more by the Corbould-Warrens. During the Second World War, the vast gardens were used by the Red Cross, Air Raid Precautions units, and the Home Guard.