The Longleat Estate is vast and, as such, there are many options in which marrying couples can celebrate their big day.
The grand house itself has many fantastic features dating back to the 16th century, including an ornate grand staircase and a carved fireplace. There are many rooms where you can have your wedding breakfast and evening reception, including the Great Hall, Green Library and the Cellars.
Built around 1807, this conservatory has its very own gardens attached, the Love Labyrinth rose garden, and has captivating views of the house. It is only a short stroll away from the hippos and sealions wallowing in the Half Mile Lake. Licensed for civil ceremonies, you can host your ceremony or reception in this light and airy space.
For larger celebrations in good weather, you should certainly consider the beautiful and expansive grounds, designed by prolific landscape architect Capability Brown. The delightful immaculate gardens and parkland reflect the sheer beauty of the estate with Longleat House as the backdrop to your special day. Hire a marquee here to make the most of a splendid summer wedding.
Built in 2016, the Longhouse is a modern blank canvas venue on the grounds of Longleat. It has a private terrace to make the most of the outside space, and is licensed for civil ceremonies so you can say your vows here. Mix and match this space with some of the rooms inside the house itself to make the most of your special day.
Lord Bath's Banqueting Suite
If you are looking for an intimate ceremony and reception at Longleat, this could be just the thing for you. Along with 35 guests, you can enjoy a package which includes a VIP safari experience and hire of the penthouse apartment for your ceremony, reception and a buffet.
Contact the venue to find out more about each of the spaces avavilable and their respective capacities.