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Last update: November 2023
Lakeside Weddings at Maisemore Court is a unique wedding venue located in Gloucestershire, England's serene countryside. This gorgeous natural setting is nestled on Maisemore Court, a property teeming with charm and whimsy. As a family-run farm, it offers couples exclusive use of the space for celebrating milestones beneath an elegant marquee. It's located in a quiet countryside village, a stone's throw away from Gloucester City Centre.
Facilities and Capacity
The picturesque event spaces at Lakeside Weddings are tailored for marquee wedding receptions. You'll find two beautiful lakeside venues on offer. On approaching the property, you'll be welcomed by a tree-lined avenue that leads to the beautiful St Giles Maisemore church and the historic buildings of the Maisemore Court Farm. The view from there is breathtaking and always admired by their permanent residents, a swan couple and some ducks. The Hidden Lake is their second venue where your imagination can run wild. It is the most remote, as it's nestled in the heart of the farm amongst old oak trees and rolling hills. If you are looking for a lakeside venue with canopies of trees and a touch of wildness, you've met your perfect match.
Both venues offer a stretch marquee package for 50 to 200 seated day guests. There is capacity for up to 400 evening guests at no additional cost!
Lakeside Weddings at Maisemore Court is suitable for weekend weddings from May through September. While the venue doesn't host legal ceremonies, couples are invited to tie the knot in the beautiful St. Giles Church or, alternatively, have a celebrant-led ceremony overlooking the lake. There is also plenty of parking on-site and an alcohol license.
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Excellent venue and support given from start to finish by Greg and team.
Fabulous location for a wedding!
Perfect Marquee Wedding Venue
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