About This delightful country estate dates back to 1350, and stands on the site of an earlier fortified manor built by the D'Evercy's when they arrived in England with William the Conquerer in 1066. Brympton House boasts a luxurious choice of elegant rooms in which your wedding ceremony and reception could be hosted, together with 33 acres of historic gardens and picturesque grounds for you and your guests to explore and exploit for unrivalled photographic opportunities. The Great Hall - Dating back to Elizabethan times, Brympton House's Great Hall is the perfect location for grand and elegant drinks receptions. The Saloon - This opulent room seats up to 100 for a wedding breakfast, and adjoins the house's beautiful oak-panelled library bar. State Dining Room - This exquisitely decorated room can be lit up atmospherically with soft candlelight, and is perfect for intimate wedding breakfasts of up to 48. The Star Chamber - Intricately decorated with handpainted stars, this venerable and historic chamber dates all the way back to 1350, and you and your guests could relax together and enjoy a delicious meal during the evening before the wedding. The Ballroom - This magical room has Restoration origins from circa 1680, and can seat 200 for a magnificent feast! The Orangery - Dating to 1710, The Orangery, which features a marble-topped bar, a cosy seating area and a capacious dancefloor, is an ideal location for unforgettable evening reception parties. Should you and your guests wish to stay over the night before or after your wedding celebration, the Brympton D'Evercy Estate can present a choice of luxurious double bedrooms, all with top-of-the-range facilities, and of course a honeymoon suite too!