Brewerstreet has a long and colourful history, making it an even more magical location to host your wedding. The original Tudor mansion was built in 1491, with its distinguishing dark oak beam timber frame standing proud for all to see.
Chris's family have frequented the estate since the early 1920s where it was a 450 acre dairy farm with over 200 cows. Having undergone a series of renovations, the first wedding took place in 1993. Nowadays, there are fewer cows and more glamorous wedding guests! In 2000 the cows moved to a different home and the estate underwent more renovations, to upgrade it to a luxurious wedding venue.
Approximately ten weddings a year are held at the estate, making it an exclusive and an extremely personalised experience. Guests have access to six acres of gardens, the marquee paddock and a selection of quaint rooms within the Tudor mansion.
At Brewerstreet, all the details are taken care of so you can sit back and thoroughly enjoy your special day.
To reach the marquee paddock you use the pretty little bridge with a babbling brook beneath, whilst looking out onto the 200 acres of fields and meadows. This is truly an enchanting setting for your wedding day.Upon booking your wedding, the team will discuss with you your marquee requirements. All marquees are luxurious, fully lined with plush carpets and fully furnished to an exceptional standard.
Civil ceremony capacity - 180 guests
Wedding breakfast capacity - 180 guests
Evening reception capacity - 220 guests
The Grade I-listed Tudor mansion is the perfect spot for elderly wedding guests to retire for some peace and quiet. The wonderful timber framed house is full of quaint rooms for a quiet coffee and some rest and relaxation.
Within the Tudor mansion there is also an allocated room for the bride and her brigade to get ready for the big day.
Nestled within the charming gardens at Brewerstreet you will find the picturesque and idyllic riverside chalet. This chalet is licensed for civil ceremonies and provides a perfect backdrop for you to say your nuptials. The chalet is covered by a marquee to keep you and the registrar dry for your all-important vows.