The Brocket Hall Estate is a historic wedding venue located in Welwyn, Hertfordshire. Since the 18th century, it has been one of the most fashionable and romantic estates for weddings, grand celebrations and private occasions. Located 22 miles from London and set across 543 acres of countryside, this venue offers history, heritage and impeccable service.
Facilities and Capacity
At The Brocket Hall Estate, couples can choose from several unique locations to celebrate their special day. For lovers of history and the elegance of a bygone era, the grand Regency Hall offers traditional butler service and picturesque parkland views. This beautiful setting creates a romantic backdrop for wedding ceremonies and celebratory breakfasts. The Oak Room can accommodate up to 120 guests for a ceremony and 150 people for an evening meal. Featuring oak beams, a vaulted ceiling and original barn-style fittings, this comfortable space is perfect for dining and socializing throughout the evening. Guests can access a private terrace and adjoining marquee from this room. Alternatively, couples can exchange their vows in the Boardroom and retreat to the Ballroom for a sit-down evening meal with up to 150 guests.
The Brocket Hall Estate staff strives to offer excellent service and warm hospitality. To-be-weds can arrange their celebration with a team of experienced event managers to ensure the wedding runs smoothly from start to finish. The estate offers exclusive rental of the property for the day, allowing couples to enjoy celebrating with their loved ones. Overnight accommodation is available with 30 luxurious bedrooms in Brocket Hall and a further 16 in the Melbourne Lodge, facilitating up to 88 guests. The venue also offers in-house catering and parking for convenience.
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Brocket Hall UK Ltd AL8 7XG Welwyn (Hertfordshire)
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