Built for the Shuckburgh family in 1791, Bourton Hall has had many additions throughout its life, including a chapel in the early 1900s. With a traditional and romantic style of architecture, it is no surprise that Country House Weddings realised the house's potential as an exclusive wedding venue.
After opening its doors to brides- and grooms-to-be for viewings on 6th January 2020, Bourton Hall will be hosting its first weddings from June 2020.
As a large manor house, there are many spacious reception rooms for your wedding to take place in. The attractive historic building has period features including ornate ceilings with decadent chandeliers and an original wood staircase. And, what's more, it's all yours on your wedding day.
You can choose which rooms to use for your celebrations and photographs, for example a drinks reception in the Champagne Bar before tying the knot in the Chapel, or you may choose an outdoor ceremony in the Portico. The Banqueting Hall, with far reaching views across the valley, is the perfect spot for a delicious wedding breakfast, prepared by in-house caterers, before dancing the night away in the Vault.