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Weddings

Boxted Hall is a beautiful blank canvas where you can create your perfect day.  Whether you want a small, intimate gathering or a full blown affair – anything is possible.

 

Our luxurious bedrooms are ready and waiting to be filled, so you can wake up on your wedding day surrounded by family and close friends.  Make it a weekend of celebration, rather than just a day.

 

You will not find package deals here, as we provide a bespoke and personal service, with all aspects of your wedding tailored specifically for you.  Let us work with your budget to create something truly memorable.

 

Our pricing is simple. We charge a venue hire fee of £ 7,000 inc VAT whatever the season. This includes tables and chairs for up to 80 guests and your stay in the bridal suite both the night before and the night of your wedding. We also include our wedding coordinator, who will ensure the smooth running of your day. The additional accommodation in the Hall for up to 24 guests is charged separately at £1,500 per night.

For larger weddings, a marquee can be erected on the croquet lawn. Please enquire directly for marquee wedding pricing.

 

We have a list of recommended caterers and suppliers who are fully acquainted with the Hall.  They provide a quality service and are trusted to ensure your day runs smoothly, leaving you to relax and celebrate, knowing you are in safe hands.

 

Planning a wedding should be exciting and fun, so please contact us and let us make it just that. 

  • Dining within the Hall – 80

  • Buffet style reception in the Hall – 120

  • More with a marquee

  • Church capacity – 120

  • Furniture included

  • Excellent catering 

  • Private gardens and parkland

  • Bridal suite included

  • Wedding Coordinator included

  • Additional accommodation available - 24

" Thank you for having us for the most incredible weekend. Words can't describe how spectacular Boxted Hall was as a setting for our wedding. Everyone has been brilliant and we will remember this weekend forever!"

Sophie and Samuel Storr

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