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Sulgrave Manor

Nestled between hills on the edge of Northamptonshire, historic Sulgrave Manor makes a stunning and versatile backdrop for your special day.

Sulgrave Manor is best known as the ancestral home of George Washington, the first president of the United States. Steeped in history, today it offers a unique and adaptable venue for all types of weddings.

Sulgrave Manor Wedding Venue

Plan a grand reception is the beautifully restored 16th century Tudor hall, or opt for a more rustic ceremony in the stately barn on the property – both are fully licensed for weddings and set within three acres. The venue can host up to 100 guests for your wedding breakfast, and up to 150 for the evening. Sulgrave Manor also has lavish gardens and grounds for you and your guests to celebrate, with ample space for marquees and tipis if required for larger parties. The extensive gardens were redesigned in the 1920s when the house was opened to the public by Sir Reginald Blomfield and remains attentively restored to this day with formal hedges and topiary, an orchard, herb garden and beautiful borders for all seasons.

Within easy reach of the M40 and the M1, Sulgrave Manor feels like a truly rural retreat overlooking rolling green hills and farmland. Despite being a historical venue, it also boasts numerous modern amenities, including extensive parking and disabled facilities. Wedding parties can request exclusive access to the house and gardens on Saturdays.