About Upton House is a late Georgian Grade II* listed building, set within the beautiful grounds of Upton Country Park. The house was built by Christopher Spurrier between 1816 – 1818, on what was then the Upton Estate. Following an intriguing 200 years of history, including links to the Titchborne Trials, the house and estate were passed on to the Borough of Poole in 1957 In 1976 the Country Park was officially opened to the public and, following extensive renovations by the Borough of Poole and the Country Park’s own charity group, the house began to host weddings shortly after. Facilities The Drawing Room Provides a beautiful backdrop for your wedding with large windows giving unrivalled views across the back lawn. Ceremony capacity - 70 guests Wedding Breakfast capacity - 70 guests Reception capacity - 150 guests Study Light and airy room with high ceilings and large windows and the room's original fireplace. Neutral tones of the room enable the room to suit any theme. Ceremony capacity - 40 guests Walled Garden> If you are looking for a marquee wedding, the spectacular, exclusive Walled Garden is available throughout the warmer months. It is also possible to have a blessing in the garden, following an official ceremony in the house. Reception capacity - 200 guests Other areas are available for weddings throughout the venue, such as the grand Entrance Hall for drinks receptions, lawns to spill out onto and the staircase for some beautiful photographs.