Morden Hall is a stunning manor house wedding venue in London surrounded by idyllic grounds and parkland. A choice of exquisite ceremony settings and chic reception spaces make it the perfect setting.
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Just minutes from Morden underground station, this elegant property provides the perfect escape from the bustle of the city.
Morden Hall is an exquisite Georgian property that has been entirely renovated and redesigned as a dedicated, exclusive use wedding venue. Conveniently located in South London and just a few minutes’ walk from the London Underground, the house is set in 250 acres of National Trust Parkland and provides a haven of tranquillity amid the busy capital.
Ceremonies can take place in either the grand Willow Room, with its grand staircase and doors that open on to the North Lawn, or the elegant Hawthorn Room where stunning original features and views over the grounds provide the most incredible backdrop.
After that magical ‘I do’ moment, enjoy summer drinks on the pretty North Lawn beside the River Wandle. Or, if the weather is inclement, drinks and canapés can be served in the house itself.
When it comes to your wedding breakfast, Morden Hall offers the beautiful Mulberry Room. A light-filled space with impressive sash windows and stunning chandeliers, it’s the perfect setting to celebrate with your nearest and dearest. As the sun goes down, you can dance the night away, enjoying this wonderful house as if it were your own.
Morden Hall understand the importance of experiencing excellent food and service on your wedding day. With that in mind, the passionate on-site catering team provide outstanding catering and event management for weddings at the venue. Their highly talented chefs pride themselves in creating some of the best wedding food in the UK, using the freshest local ingredients to put together your perfect menu. So, whether you’re dreaming of a lavish formal wedding breakfast or an exciting street food menu, you can create your idyllic, bespoke wedding here at Morden Hall.