Clock Barn

Clock Barn is a traditional Hampshire Barn distinguished by a historic thatched clock at its entrance.

  • The clock tower provides a beautiful backdrop for photos
  • A beautiful rolling driveway through Hampshire countryside
  • Only minutes from the M3, M4 and A34
  • Late Availability
  • Latest Offer
Renowned for its rolling scenery, the Hampshire Downs is one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Set within the heart of this stunning English landscape is Clock Barn; a unique family run wedding venue.
 
Idyllic and inviting Clock Barn is full of character; a magnificent traditionally-styled Hampshire Barn. 
 
The impressive Barn is a magical setting for weddings. With its high ceilings, exposed beams, and wrought iron chandeliers, Clock Barn has a rustic feel and period charm which lends itself perfectly to both your ceremony and wedding breakfast. Spacious and sophisticated, the Barn is truly beautiful and a breathtaking place to celebrate your special day. Creating warmth and ambience, the Barn interior is illuminated with soft lighting which further highlights the original timber framework and lofty beams and gives a special glow that complements the natural daylight which floods in through the windows. By night, the lights are dimmed and the Barn’s atmosphere changes to provide the perfect backdrop for dining, drinking, dancing and celebrating your big day.
 
Located at the north end of the Barn is the Stable Room, a separate area featuring exposed wooden beams and a feature fireplace. With plenty of comfortable seating, it is ideal as a snug; a cosy and quiet space for guests to enjoy a drink and catch up. 
 
Standing proud at the entrance to Clock Barn is the historical clock tower. Surrounded by lush, green foliage, it is a true local landmark with its timber clock face and thatched roof and captures the essence of this special venue on arrival. Unique and distinctive, the clock tower provides a beautiful backdrop for photographs.
 
The grounds at Clock Barn are equally picturesque offering an endless array of photo opportunities. Immediately outside the barn are the well-tended gardens with their glorious blooms, flowering climbers and plenty of garden furniture. There is also a number of areas that have flourished into charming meadows with longer grass, wild flowers and woodland areas to pose for photographs.
 
A scenic drive through the picturesque Hampshire countryside brings you to Clock Barn; a truly historical period venue that provides a magical setting for a Barn wedding.

Key Info

Civil Licence 192
Indoor Dining Capacity 192
Honeymoon Suite Yes
Renowned for its rolling scenery, the Hampshire Downs is one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Set within the heart of this stunning English landscape is Clock Barn; a unique family run wedding venue.
 
Idyllic and inviting Clock Barn is full of character; a magnificent traditionally-styled Hampshire Barn. 
 
The impressive Barn is a magical setting for weddings. With its high ceilings, exposed beams, and wrought iron chandeliers, Clock Barn has a rustic feel and period charm which lends itself perfectly to both your ceremony and wedding breakfast. Spacious and sophisticated, the Barn is truly beautiful and a breathtaking place to celebrate your special day. Creating warmth and ambience, the Barn interior is illuminated with soft lighting which further highlights the original timber framework and lofty beams and gives a special glow that complements the natural daylight which floods in through the windows. By night, the lights are dimmed and the Barn’s atmosphere changes to provide the perfect backdrop for dining, drinking, dancing and celebrating your big day.
 
Located at the north end of the Barn is the Stable Room, a separate area featuring exposed wooden beams and a feature fireplace. With plenty of comfortable seating, it is ideal as a snug; a cosy and quiet space for guests to enjoy a drink and catch up. 
 
Standing proud at the entrance to Clock Barn is the historical clock tower. Surrounded by lush, green foliage, it is a true local landmark with its timber clock face and thatched roof and captures the essence of this special venue on arrival. Unique and distinctive, the clock tower provides a beautiful backdrop for photographs.
 
The grounds at Clock Barn are equally picturesque offering an endless array of photo opportunities. Immediately outside the barn are the well-tended gardens with their glorious blooms, flowering climbers and plenty of garden furniture. There is also a number of areas that have flourished into charming meadows with longer grass, wild flowers and woodland areas to pose for photographs.
 
A scenic drive through the picturesque Hampshire countryside brings you to Clock Barn; a truly historical period venue that provides a magical setting for a Barn wedding.

When are you thinking of getting married?

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

With spring comes colour and flowers. Snowdrops and daffodils start to flourish and bluebells begin to appear in May. The hedgerows that flank the long driveway to the barn burst into life following the winter and the whole venue is awash with freshness and vibrant colours.

Balmy days and long evenings are perfect for enjoying all that the gardens at Clock Barn offer. Be entertained outdoors with musicians and garden games, or relax in the sun with a drink or two. Throw open the barn doors and let summer pour in while you enjoy your incredible wedding breakfast.

Autumn brings wonderful colours to Clock Barn. Reds, browns and golds fill the garden while falling leaves line the long driveway. The dusky lighting and countryside setting can make for some truly remarkable wedding photos too.

The barn becomes an incredible cosy, warm spot in the wintertime. There’s plenty of space indoors to celebrate with guests and the fairy lights that adorn the beams twinkle even brighter throughout the longer, dark nights. There’s even a huge Christmas tree for couples to decorate as they wish!

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