Ditton Manor is a wedding venue in Datchet, Berkshire, England. This spectacular historical manor, located just a 20-minute journey from Central London, is set amidst 200 acres of lush greenery and surrounded by a tranquil moat of great antiquity. There has been an estate at Ditton Park since 1066. The manor was once the playground of Henry VIII and his eldest daughter, Mary; it was endowed for a time to Anne Boleyn, though there is no evidence that she ever resided at the manor. It is said that when the manor was consumed by fire in April of 1812, George III crossed the river from Windsor especially to watch it burn. Ditton Manor was lovingly and painstakingly rebuilt in 1817. Today, the estate is a place of unique and exquisite beauty, where love thrives and dreams ripen and blossom into reality.
Facilities and Capacity
Ditton Manor is licensed for civil ceremonies and offers a fine selection of event spaces and stunning backdrops. You can choose to celebrate your love in the fragrant Arched Court or amidst the quiet grandeur of the Great Hall. You can then dine under the stars in the magnificent glass-ceilinged courtyard. Parties of more than 140 guests can celebrate in a lovely and spacious marquee on the lawn. The manor also boasts a beautiful ivory tower, complete with a Juliet balcony, which can be used as a changing suite by you and members of your wedding party.
Ditton Manor is available for exclusive use. The venue’s select team of suppliers can advise and assist with every aspect of your day, from tables and chairs to floral arrangements, music, and photographers. Private catering is permitted, and evening reception facilities, including a dance floor and facilities for a DJ and live band, are available. Whatever your needs, the venue’s experienced and dedicated wedding and events team are determined to do their part to ensure that your time at Ditton Manor is everything you’ve been dreaming of and more.