Wasing Park

Wasing Park is a beautiful barn wedding venue in Berkshire. Located in the rural village of Aldermaston, close to Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke, Wasing Park is less than an hour from London.

  • Outdoor weddings possible in the Victorian Summerhouse
  • Honeymoon Suite and boutique hotel accommodation for guests
  • Late Availability
  • Latest Offer

Wasing Park is a beautiful barn wedding venue in Berkshire.  Located in the rural village of Aldermaston, close to Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke, Wasing Park is a luxury wedding venue set in stunning 18th Century parkland.

On arrival at Wasing Park, couples will be enchanted by the picturesque and elegant estate; a collection of historical buildings set in charming Berkshire countryside.

Imaginative and inviting, Wasing Park is a wonderful wedding venue with an individual style; a stunning Victorian Summerhouse, a Castle Barn and the superb Stables Lodge hotel.

Romantic, truly unique and a remarkable addition to Wasing Park is the Victorian Summerhouse. Located in the Terrace Garden, the summerhouse is traditionally built with a white wooden frame and roof and internally, wooden seating to all sides. It is surrounded by luscious green lawns and offers breathtaking views of the grounds, and its grade II listed buildings, and as such, is often used for the ceremony in spring and summer. The interior of the Victorian Summerhouse has been painted by renowned muralist Clarissa Parish who has carefully hand-painted flowers, cherry trees in bloom, birds and butterflies, creating a colourful and vibrant mural, which makes for a pretty photo.

Wasing Park also offers a number of other options for the ceremony, including the Garden Room and the St Nicolas’s church. The Garden Room is a light and contemporary building set within the pretty walled gardens at Wasing Park. With wonderful windows that flood the space with natural daylight, white walls, wooden floors and distinctive glass ceiling lights, the Garden Room offers a modern ambiance for brides and grooms to exchange their vows. For a more traditional, religious ceremony, the picturesque parish church of St Nicolas sits with the grounds at Wasing Park. A fabulous 15th Century chapel that boasts an authentic exterior, stunning stained glass windows and a white timber-clad turret which is home to a historic cast iron bell that is still rung today.

The focal point of Wasing Park is the fabulous Castle Barn; with a contemporary and chic interior, it works exceptionally well for the wedding breakfast and evening party. The entrance is impressive, with a red brick castle-style tower and arched glass doorway. Blending traditional design features, such as exposed brick walls with arrow slits allowing for candles and oak beams, with modern Italian mood lighting, the Castle Barn is a special wedding venue that sets the scene for a wonderfully romantic day.

Wasing Park also offers boutique overnight accommodation on the estate. The perfect place to relax after the excitement of the special day, the Old Estate Rooms offer absolute luxury in the form of nine elegant suites which are ideal for your closest friends and family.

The spectacular Honeymoon Suite boasts possibly the biggest bed in Berkshire and is a breathtakingly beautiful bedroom. A former hay loft, it has retained many of its original features including magnificent beams and offers wonderful views of the garden and an amazingly luxurious bathroom.

Also exuding romance are The Dovecote, The Smithy, The Granary and The Coach House which offer further fabulous and distinctive suites with individual touches such as triangular shaped beds, mezzanines and free standing copper baths.

An additional 17 beautifully appointed bedrooms are available in The Stables, The Mews and The Pump House. Subject to availability and situated on separate areas of the Estate are two self- catering properties; The Bothy, a two-bedroom cottage in the Secret Walled Garden, and Home Farm which is just a short walk from the venue.

A beautiful barn wedding venue like no other, Wasing Park is secluded, sophisticated and stylish, fusing country traditions with contemporary touches.

Key Info

Civil Licence 140
Outdoor Wedding Capacity 150
Indoor Dining Capacity 150
Honeymoon Suite Yes
Guest Accommodation Yes

Wasing Park is a beautiful barn wedding venue in Berkshire.  Located in the rural village of Aldermaston, close to Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke, Wasing Park is a luxury wedding venue set in stunning 18th Century parkland.

On arrival at Wasing Park, couples will be enchanted by the picturesque and elegant estate; a collection of historical buildings set in charming Berkshire countryside.

Imaginative and inviting, Wasing Park is a wonderful wedding venue with an individual style; a stunning Victorian Summerhouse, a Castle Barn and the superb Stables Lodge hotel.

Romantic, truly unique and a remarkable addition to Wasing Park is the Victorian Summerhouse. Located in the Terrace Garden, the summerhouse is traditionally built with a white wooden frame and roof and internally, wooden seating to all sides. It is surrounded by luscious green lawns and offers breathtaking views of the grounds, and its grade II listed buildings, and as such, is often used for the ceremony in spring and summer. The interior of the Victorian Summerhouse has been painted by renowned muralist Clarissa Parish who has carefully hand-painted flowers, cherry trees in bloom, birds and butterflies, creating a colourful and vibrant mural, which makes for a pretty photo.

Wasing Park also offers a number of other options for the ceremony, including the Garden Room and the St Nicolas’s church. The Garden Room is a light and contemporary building set within the pretty walled gardens at Wasing Park. With wonderful windows that flood the space with natural daylight, white walls, wooden floors and distinctive glass ceiling lights, the Garden Room offers a modern ambiance for brides and grooms to exchange their vows. For a more traditional, religious ceremony, the picturesque parish church of St Nicolas sits with the grounds at Wasing Park. A fabulous 15th Century chapel that boasts an authentic exterior, stunning stained glass windows and a white timber-clad turret which is home to a historic cast iron bell that is still rung today.

The focal point of Wasing Park is the fabulous Castle Barn; with a contemporary and chic interior, it works exceptionally well for the wedding breakfast and evening party. The entrance is impressive, with a red brick castle-style tower and arched glass doorway. Blending traditional design features, such as exposed brick walls with arrow slits allowing for candles and oak beams, with modern Italian mood lighting, the Castle Barn is a special wedding venue that sets the scene for a wonderfully romantic day.

Wasing Park also offers boutique overnight accommodation on the estate. The perfect place to relax after the excitement of the special day, the Old Estate Rooms offer absolute luxury in the form of nine elegant suites which are ideal for your closest friends and family.

The spectacular Honeymoon Suite boasts possibly the biggest bed in Berkshire and is a breathtakingly beautiful bedroom. A former hay loft, it has retained many of its original features including magnificent beams and offers wonderful views of the garden and an amazingly luxurious bathroom.

Also exuding romance are The Dovecote, The Smithy, The Granary and The Coach House which offer further fabulous and distinctive suites with individual touches such as triangular shaped beds, mezzanines and free standing copper baths.

An additional 17 beautifully appointed bedrooms are available in The Stables, The Mews and The Pump House. Subject to availability and situated on separate areas of the Estate are two self- catering properties; The Bothy, a two-bedroom cottage in the Secret Walled Garden, and Home Farm which is just a short walk from the venue.

A beautiful barn wedding venue like no other, Wasing Park is secluded, sophisticated and stylish, fusing country traditions with contemporary touches.

When are you thinking of getting married?

Wasing Park is beautiful all year round, but which is the ideal season for your special day?

Spring is such an exciting season at Wasing with beautiful blossom trees and spring flowers bursting into bloom at every turn making the most stunning backdrops for photos. You will be spoilt for choice!

The south facing Castle Barn terrace is the perfect sun trap and a great spot to enjoy a drink. Capture the theatre of the Street Food and enjoy the wonderful views on a balmy summers evening.

Wasing Park’s incredible ‘Wild Food Menu’ offers food sourced from the estate and autumn sees the start of the main game season. With so much on offer, including crayfish from the rivers, you’ll be able to choose a wonderful wedding breakfast menu with a difference!

Wasing Park has everything for your wedding day on site, meaning that you don’t have to brave the winter weather and travel anywhere. With just a few metres between the Church, Castle Barn and Stables Lodge boutique hotel, you’ll have everything you need and more all in one stunning venue.

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