A specialist Hampshire weddings and events venue, just outside of London, set in a magnificent 11th Century Jacobean manor and surrounded by 80 acres of rolling Hampshire countryside.
This magnificent estate, located near the quaint village of Upper Froyle and surrounded by 80 acres of parkland, rolling hills, and sheep-dotted fields, is the quintessential country wedding or events venue.
The Jacobean manor house, dating back to 1086 is steeped in history and immaculately restored. Traditional period features include ornate gates and a stately tree-lined path, manicured grounds, oversized fireplaces, a striking oak panelled great hall, and a grand ballroom.
The venue has a wide selection of event rooms and spaces to host any size or style wedding, meeting or event up to 300 guests. Full catering is available.
The estate is located just an hour outside of London, 40 minutes from Heathrow or Southampton Airports, and a short hop from the neighbouring towns of Alton and Farnham. For those wishing to stay the night, the manor house has 27 luxury bedrooms, arranged within self-contained apartments.
The Froyle Park Country Estate is, without question, a stunning country house venue for weddings up to 300 guests. We've got some great packages, everything you'll need, and an expert team to help you every step of the way.
With a large venue hosting up to 300 guests, a list of trusted Asian wedding suppliers, and a weddings team with a wealth of experience in Asian weddings - we've got you everything you need for the big occasion.
This atmospheric manor house and its estate, conveniently just outside of London, can host meetings, conferences, exhibitions, dinners and celebrations.
The manor house has 27 luxury bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, contained with a number of self-contained apartments. Rooms feature flat screen TVs, alongside fine quality traditional furnishings such as 4-poster beds and fine cotton sheets.
Northbrook Park, our sister venue, is also an exceptional country house wedding and events venue. The venue is set in a historic grade-II listed, 18th Century manor house, surrounded by beautiful manicured gardens featuring delightful walled gardens, water features, tumbling vegetation, and even resident peacocks.