A DIFFERENT SPACE FOR EVERY PART OF YOUR DAY

Pre Ceremony

Our signature Honeymoon suite is a comfortable and spacious setting for you and your bridal party to enjoy on the morning of your wedding. Whilst you are adding the final touches to your outfits, your guests will arrive in to the Great Hall and enjoy pre-ceremony drinks in the Library Bar & Morning Room. Our Library bar opens at Midday and, with its adjoining snooker room, provides the perfect place for guests to relax pre-ceremony.

The Great Hall Bathed in Sunlight
The Great Hall Bathed in Sunlight

Da Photography

The Couple Shot underneath the beautiful Windows
The Couple Shot underneath the beautiful Windows

Martin Dabek Photography

Beautiful Couple Shot in the Great Hall at Sunset
Beautiful Couple Shot in the Great Hall at Sunset

Da Photography

The Great Hall Bathed in Sunlight
The Great Hall Bathed in Sunlight

Da Photography

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THE GREAT HALL

The Great Hall is the heart of the Elizabethan house. Great mullioned windows light the room magically and make for some wonderful photographs. The Great Hall is also a sublime space for a Winters drinks reception.

Pre-ceremony Drinks in the Library Bar
Pre-ceremony Drinks in the Library Bar

David Jenkins Photography

Guests congregating in the Library Bar Pre-Ceremony
Guests congregating in the Library Bar Pre-Ceremony

Ryan Goold Photography

Open Fires - Perfect for Winter Weddings
Open Fires - Perfect for Winter Weddings

Helen Cawte Photography

Pre-ceremony Drinks in the Library Bar
Pre-ceremony Drinks in the Library Bar

David Jenkins Photography

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THE LIBRARY BAR

Wood panelled with a restored 1920’s bar counter, the Library makes a lovely spot for pre-ceremony drinks. Our Library bar opens at Midday and, with its adjoining snooker room, provides the perfect place for guests to relax pre-ceremony.

Perfect for groomsmen shots
Perfect for groomsmen shots

Albert Palmer Photography

A game of Pool
A game of Pool

Benni Carol Photography

The Morning Room overlooking the South Terrace
The Morning Room overlooking the South Terrace

Benni Carol Photography

Perfect for groomsmen shots
Perfect for groomsmen shots

Albert Palmer Photography

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THE MORNING ROOM

One of the loveliest rooms in the house, the Morning Room faces South and is always bathed in golden light…it also has a full-size snooker table, comfy chairs…need we say more!

 

Ceremony

At Brympton House we understand the importance of making your wedding entirely unique, bespoke and personal – which is why we offer the choice of 3 magical spaces to say “I Do” in.

For Civil Ceremonies you can choose between the romantic Castle House, a medieval building adjacent to the main house, or the sublime Temple on the South Terrace for a dreamy outdoor wedding.

Religious ceremonies can take place in the Church of St Andrews, which nestles in the estate grounds.

The Castle House
The Castle House

David Jenkins Photography

The Stunning Castle House dressed with fresh flowers and candles
The Stunning Castle House dressed with fresh flowers and candles

Albert Palmer Photography

Wood and Stone
Wood and Stone

Liz Baker Photography

The Castle House
The Castle House

David Jenkins Photography

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CASTLE HOUSE

Castle House dates back to 1350 and with an elegant long aisle, leading up to a beautiful arched mullion window, it has the air of a Church. It provides a perfect ceremony space throughout the year and can seat up to 150 guests. Double doors at the rear of the building lead onto the South Terrace – a wonderful spot to host your drinks reception.

The Stunning and Atmospheric St. Andrews
The Stunning and Atmospheric St. Andrews

Albert Palmer Photography

The Wonderfully Light St. Andrews Church
The Wonderfully Light St. Andrews Church

Casey Avenue Photography

Intimate and Beautiful setting for your ceremony
Intimate and Beautiful setting for your ceremony

Albert Palmer Photography

The Stunning and Atmospheric St. Andrews
The Stunning and Atmospheric St. Andrews

Albert Palmer Photography

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ST ANDREWS

If you would prefer a religious ceremony, then look no further than the beautiful 13th Century St Andrews Church which nestles in the grounds of Brympton House. Described by Simon Jenkins in his book 100 Best Churches as ‘stunning’, St. Andrews is definitely one not be missed and is lit entirely by candlelight.

Civil Ceremony under the Temple on the Terrace
Civil Ceremony under the Temple on the Terrace

Caro Hutchings Photography

Gorgeous outdoor ceremony option
Gorgeous outdoor ceremony option

Caro Hutchings Photography

Situated on the south terrace, whilst your guests sit on elegant Pews
Situated on the south terrace, whilst your guests sit on elegant Pews

Liz Baker Photography

Civil Ceremony under the Temple on the Terrace
Civil Ceremony under the Temple on the Terrace

Caro Hutchings Photography

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THE TEMPLE

If you like the idea of an outdoor Ceremony you can say your vows under the pretty façade of the stunning open sided Temple, situated on the South Terrace. With the house on one side, and the beautiful grounds and lake on the other, there can be no finer setting for a romantic outdoor wedding ceremony.

 
 

WEDDING BREAKFAST

 

At Brympton House you can choose between 3 beautiful spaces to serve the most important meal of your life! Our maximum capacity for seated dining is 228 in the wonderfully romantic Ballroom and our minimum seated dining capacity is 30.

The Ballroom is reached from the staircase hall, which boasts the longest, continuous running wooden
The Ballroom is reached from the staircase hall, which boasts the longest, continuous running wooden

Albert Palmer Photography

Dating from 1640 and flooded with natural light the Ballroom can seat up to 200 guests
Dating from 1640 and flooded with natural light the Ballroom can seat up to 200 guests

David Jenkins Photography

Whilst the simple addition of flowers and candles makes it magical
Whilst the simple addition of flowers and candles makes it magical

David Jenkins Photography

The Ballroom is reached from the staircase hall, which boasts the longest, continuous running wooden
The Ballroom is reached from the staircase hall, which boasts the longest, continuous running wooden

Albert Palmer Photography

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THE BALLROOM

The Ballroom is reached from the staircase hall, which boasts the longest, continuous running wooden staircase in England. Dating from 1640 and flooded with natural light the Ballroom can seat up to 228 guests. The ultimate in elegance the neutral décor makes it a blank canvas for any colour scheme; whilst the simple addition of flowers and candles makes it magical.

The Salon seats up to 100 for dinner
The Salon seats up to 100 for dinner

David Jenkins Photography

The addition of The open fire and candlelight offers warmth to a magical winter wedding
The addition of The open fire and candlelight offers warmth to a magical winter wedding

The Saums Photography

Open Fires - Perfect for Winter Weddings
Open Fires - Perfect for Winter Weddings

The Saums Photography

The Salon seats up to 100 for dinner
The Salon seats up to 100 for dinner

David Jenkins Photography

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THE SALON

One of the most spectacular rooms in the house, the beautiful Salon is a perfect space to have your wedding breakfast in.The Salon seats up to 100 for dinner; with windows overlooking the terrace it makes an idyllic Summer dining room whilst the addition of the open fore and candlelight offers warmth to a magical winter wedding.

The silk lined State Dining Room is not to be missed
The silk lined State Dining Room is not to be missed

White Stag Weddings

A wonderfully atmospheric space adorned in shades of deep red, it seats up to 60 guests for dinner
A wonderfully atmospheric space adorned in shades of deep red, it seats up to 60 guests for dinner

Modern Vintage Weddings

The State Dining Room is suggested as the perfect space in which to enjoy a rehearsal dinner the nig
The State Dining Room is suggested as the perfect space in which to enjoy a rehearsal dinner the nig

Modern Vintage Weddings

The silk lined State Dining Room is not to be missed
The silk lined State Dining Room is not to be missed

White Stag Weddings

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STATE DINING ROOM

The silk lined State Dining Room is not to be missed. A wonderfully atmospheric space adorned in shades of deep red, it seats up to 60 guests for dinner. With an absence of overhead electric light, the candle chandelier provides a romantic glow. The State Dining Room is suggested as the perfect space in which to enjoy a rehearsal dinner the night before the big day.

 

THE EVENING + GROUNDS

 

At the end of your wedding day you can party on with your family and friends in our lovingly redesigned party barn which boasts an impressive marble topped bar, 2 dance floors (the old tack room and hayloft) and a comfy area for guests to relax and unwind. 

The Gardens at Brympton House are Grade 2* listed and provide a stunning back-drop for your wedding day. Outdoor Civil Ceremonies take place in the Temple. Blessings, humanist and Hindu wedding celebrations can choose between a variety of delightful outdoor spaces for the ceremony, including the Victorian walled garden, the Temple and on the croquet lawn.

The Gardens encompass 33 acres of stunning parkland, a tennis court and more formal planting.

For the evening celebration, we invite you to dance the night away in The Party Barn
For the evening celebration, we invite you to dance the night away in The Party Barn

Ryan Goold Photography

The First Dance!
The First Dance!

Weddings by Nicola and Glen

Fairground fun during your evening party
Fairground fun during your evening party

Martin Dabek Photography

For the evening celebration, we invite you to dance the night away in The Party Barn
For the evening celebration, we invite you to dance the night away in The Party Barn

Ryan Goold Photography

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PARTY BARN

For the evening celebration, we invite you to dance the night away in The Stables which have been cleverly converted in to an evening function suite. Three adjoining spaces offer a fully stocked, marble-topped bar, chill out area and dance floor adorned with fairy lights. Enjoy a hog roast or barbecue on the courtyard while gazing over the beautiful house and enjoying fireworks as a grand finale to your magical day.

The Honeymoon Suite
The Honeymoon Suite

Jamie Dodd Photography

A beautiful traditional guest bedroom
A beautiful traditional guest bedroom

Glamping Tents behind the Lake
Glamping Tents behind the Lake

Martin Dabek Photography

The Honeymoon Suite
The Honeymoon Suite

Jamie Dodd Photography

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BEDROOMS

There are 31 bedrooms in total sleeping 72 guests including 5 family rooms, so ample room for your close family and friends to spend the night. The Bridal suite at Brympton is wonderfully romantic. With its own separate entrance, this spacious suite includes a sitting room and large bedroom with French Baroque style bed. 100 beautiful Glamping tents are also available.

The Beautiful Walled Garden
The Beautiful Walled Garden

Jamie Dodd Photography

The Beautiful West Front
The Beautiful West Front

Mark Wallis Photography

The Beautiful Japanese Garden
The Beautiful Japanese Garden

Sophia Veres Photography

The Beautiful Walled Garden
The Beautiful Walled Garden

Jamie Dodd Photography

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GARDENS

The 33 acres of Gardens at Brympton House are Grade 2* listed and provide a stunning back-drop for your wedding day. Outdoor Civil Ceremonies take place in the Temple. Blessings, humanist and Hindu wedding celebrations can choose between a variety of delightful outdoor spaces for the ceremony, including the Victorian walled garden, the Temple and on the croquet lawn.

The Gardens encompass 33 acres of stunning parkland, a tennis court and more formal planting.

 

Unique Spaces

As if all of the above was not enough, there are are still further unique spaces for you and your guests to enjoy. Brympton House certainly lives us to its description in Country Life as "The most beautiful house in England"  by Christopher Hussey.

The Ballroom is reached from the candlelit walkway of the Grand Staircase Hall
The Ballroom is reached from the candlelit walkway of the Grand Staircase Hall

Jamie Dodd Photography

The longest continous wooden staircase in the UK
The longest continous wooden staircase in the UK

Martin Dabek Photography

A beautiful couple shot on the Great Stairs
A beautiful couple shot on the Great Stairs

Samuel Docker Photography

The Ballroom is reached from the candlelit walkway of the Grand Staircase Hall
The Ballroom is reached from the candlelit walkway of the Grand Staircase Hall

Jamie Dodd Photography

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THE GREAT STAIRS

A grand way up to the Ballroom, and a wonderful spot for photos too! 

The Great Stairs is oldest longest continous wooden staircase in the UK.

The Star Chamber - where morning breakfast is served for all staying guests
The Star Chamber - where morning breakfast is served for all staying guests

Martin Dabek Photography

The largest fire place at Brympton!
The largest fire place at Brympton!

Martin Dabek Photography

The Star Chamber - where morning breakfast is served for all staying guests
The Star Chamber - where morning breakfast is served for all staying guests

Martin Dabek Photography

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STAR CHAMBER

Breakfast is served in the old Medieval Kitchens of the house, which hosts the largest fireplace on the entire state, as well as stars on the ceiling!

Cake cutting!
Cake cutting!

Emma Barrow Photography

A beautiful room to display your cake during the day
A beautiful room to display your cake during the day

Jamie Dodd Photography

A wonderful room, for a wonderful cake!
A wonderful room, for a wonderful cake!

Cake cutting!
Cake cutting!

Emma Barrow Photography

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THE CAKE ROOM

Cut your cake in style.Display your wedding cake in our beautiful Cake Room, which leads out on to The Terrace. A wonderful space for that cake cutting shot.