The lovely Vicky and Paul are a Norfolk husband and wife team who escaped from the city for a country life with their family. Between the ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows they could not be more grateful to share this special place with their wedding couples.
With surrounding meadows and trees, you'll find a sunken circle 15 metres in diameter with rustic wooden posts encircling part of it and handmade cobbled circles inside. With benches and wooden chairs, this secluded area is perfect for intimate ceremonies and making your own.
Wellington have made a large octagon shaped larch cabin with one side opened up to expose the wonderful views of the meadows and Tipis. You'll be treated to 12 metres of space across, with wooden chairs and other furnishings to bring the outdoor indoors - just without the unpredictable rain.
A Naked Tipi is a tipi without the canvas, and Wellington have wrapped their pole with twinkling fairy lights. This is a visually wonderful way to create a ceremony space whilst the encompassing meadows wrap around to create a dreamy backdrop.
If you walk a little further into their ancient woodland you will find a natural circle of giant beech trees which provide a stunning natural canopy for your wedding ceremony. With handmade benches and chairs, the space is just awaiting your imaginative touch.
Situated within the wildflower meadows, Wellington have three Giant Hat Tipis that are permanently set up between April and September with wooden floors, rustic trestle tables and chairs for all your guests and a furnished lounge out area. Ready for your dance moves is a disco ball, lighting and twinkling fairy lights. The main details are sorted, it's your job to give it your personal touch and show the Tipi your best dance moves! The Tipi is made in England by Kata Tipis who use only the highest quality material that are ethically sourced In Britain, professional local craft people and focus upon sustainable values
The most important information, yes, you can bring your fluffy friends! There is a whole 70 acres for your four-legged family member to explore and even the accommodation is dog-friendly. Four-legged friend does not just refer to dog, you may even be able to bring your horse upon request!