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North Mymms Park

Elizabethan splendour more than meets 21st Century expectations, at North Mymms Park, Hertfordshire’s very own hidden gem for weddings and events.

Just 30 minutes from London, North Mymms Park is one of Britain’s finest country estates, set in several hundred acres of picturesque countryside. It is ideally located close to all the amenities of the city and all major road, rail and airport links.

Chenies Manor

A beautiful, historic landmark and exclusive wedding venue with extensive award-winning gardens, tucked away in idyllic Buckinghamshire countryside.

Wrest Park

Wrest Park is an exceptional rarity – a magnificent house of the 1830s, set in an outstanding restored garden landscape originating in the 17th century.

Nether Winchendon House (NWH)

Nether Winchendon House is an enchanting Wedding Venue in the idyllic Buckinghamshire countryside, where time stands still and is one of the most romantic of the Ancient Historic Houses in England and Listed Grade I. ​

​Nether Winchendon House is a stunningly romantic Medieval and Tudor country manor house set in seven acres of tranquil gardens and surrounded by 600 acres of parkland on the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire border. ​

Nether Winchendon House has been an Exclusive Wedding Venue for over 30 years.

Berkhamsted Town Hall

Berkhamsted Town Hall (operated by Berkhamsted Town Hall Trust) dates back to 1859 and has been carefully restored and renovated to provide the best of both yesterday and the modern conveniences of today, Berkhamsted Town Hall offers three superb, versatile rooms of various sizes for wedding and civil ceremonies, receptions, private parties and meetings.

Photograph: Nigel Moore

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens is the former home of one of Britain’s most prominent 20th century artists. The estate is one of Hertfordshire’s most distinctive wedding venues: showcasing Moore’s iconic sculpture against seventy acres of beautiful gardens. They offer a choice of two, outstanding venues for weddings and events: a 16th century, traditionally

timbered Aisled Barn, which is decorated with unique Henry Moore tapestries, or a suite of sleek contemporary spaces in the architect-designed visitor centre.

Both venues are licensed for civil wedding ceremonies and can be transformed for wedding breakfasts and evening receptions.

Photograph: Nigel Moore