You may prefer to arrange a smaller and more intimate occasion shared only with close friends and family. The library is just the right size for such a celebration.
The scale of this room provides an enticing combination of homeliness and stateliness. This is the oldest part of the Manor. Its magnificent seven-pane bay window overlooks the formal gardens to the south of the house. An alternative focal point is the impressive Pugin fireplace.
Under the baronial arched ceiling, as candlelight glimmers across the Autumn coloured bindings of old editions in the shelves, you will find a rare romantic setting for a highly personal wedding. Up to 28 place settings can be laid at a single table in the library, allowing for comfortable circulation and a convivial party.
If you prefer to spend the whole day under one roof a civil ceremony can be arranged in the adjoining Oakroom, overlooking the River Maigue. This is another architecturally spectacular room with fine carved woodwork and many original features.
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