By choosing Christchurch Mansion for your wedding day you are assured of a professional and friendly service.
Surrounded by acres of rolling lawns, scenic wooded areas and a delicately created arboretum, the historic Christchurch Mansion is the ideal venue for your wedding. This exquisite Suffolk venue has four main reception rooms, 81.5 acres of parkland and its own bandstand, giving you a range of options for your special day. Available for both ceremonies and receptions, we provide a professional and friendly service to ensure your individual requirements are fulfilled to the highest level of quality and satisfaction. We know that every aspect of planning your wedding is key to making a memorable day, not just choosing the venue. We therefore let you have the freedom to use your own catering partner and make your own arrangements. Our experienced team will be there to seamlessly deliver your event, helping add those special touches and ensuring that you are left with memories to treasure. Lower Tudor Room - The atmospheric Lower Tudor room, where your wedding ceremony will take place, sees a beautifully ornate fireplace taking centre stage. The richly carved mantelpiece provides the backdrop to your service, and the detailed line-fold panelling adds an intimate feel to the room. The Great Hall - With its array of ornate and original features Christchurch Mansion is a magnificent venue for your wedding reception. The Great Hall, at the heart of the Mansion, provides a striking focal point for your celebration and can accommodate a seated or buffet style reception. When the formalities are out of the way you and your guests can take to the black and white marble floor to relax and unwind, enjoying your choice of band, music or entertainment. With the included hire of the China Room, Victorian Kitchen and outside seating area there is more than enough room to dance, eat and have fun. Whether you want separate areas for evening entertainment, photo booths or children’s activities we can adjust the venue to suit you.
- The lower Tudor room seats 45 guests for an intimate ceremony.
- In 1894 Felix Cobbold presented the mansion to the town, meaning the public now has the opportunity to see the magnificent building.
- Christchurch Mansion was built on the site of the Holy Trinity Priory in the 16th Century.
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