Abbey Barn is a brand-new wedding venue in Norfolk, with a rich history on display and rolling countryside all around.
|Evening Reception Capacity||150|
On the outskirts of the quaint village of Barton Bendish lies Abbey Barn, a breathtaking rural venue where innovative design meets picturesque surroundings. Purpose-built for weddings around an authentic courtyard, this remarkable venue is ideal for unforgettable celebrations and is exclusively yours.
Your day begins in the Preparation Room, a relaxing space where you and your nearest and dearest can get ready before your ceremony. It’s peaceful, private and full of natural light, the perfect place to primp and preen.
When it comes to tying the knot, you can choose between two incredible settings, indoors and out. The South Barn is an elegant space with exposed oak beams and full-height windows giving views out to the surrounding fields. The Courtyard Pavilion lets you say ‘I do’ in the great outdoors, taking in your idyllic location from the centre of Abbey Barn.
The Courtyard is an ideal space to enjoy with guests throughout the day. Enjoy cocktails and canapés as you mingle with your loved ones, and there’s plenty of seating amid the blooming flowerbeds for people to relax with a drink after your ceremony.
The North Barn provides a warm and inviting space for your wedding breakfast, with an authentic feel provided by the exposed brick walls and rafters. This welcoming setting can comfortably hold 110 guests with the option to extend into the South Barn for larger celebrations of up to 150.
You can expect the very finest food and drink at Abbey Barn, and the team will help you tailor your wedding breakfast to your desires. The talented chefs will bring your menu to life and delight you and your guests with delicious dishes!
And after the celebrations have drawn to a close, The Farmhouse provides the perfect place to unwind, with eight bedrooms for you and your guests to retire to. The honeymoon suite is an exquisitely styled and relaxing space, perfect for relaxing and letting the events of the day sink in.