Top Norfolk Wedding Venues

For Norfolk brides, there are plenty of picturesque wedding venues in this blissful, low-lying county.

When it comes to finding the perfect place to say ‘I do’ you are spoilt for choice in Norfolk; from charming country houses, historical listed buildings and stately homes to contemporary converted barns, there is a wonderfully romantic setting for every couple in the stunning Norfolk landscape.


So, to help you, here’s a few of our favourite Norfolk wedding venues:


Manor Mews

Rustic and romantic, Manor Mews is a collection of converted barns, cottages and farm buildings. The Great Barn has been fully restored and now is a beautiful building that boasts exposed brick walls, high ceilings, authentic oak beams and a wooden dance floor. Flexibility is paramount and the barn can host the ceremony, wedding breakfast and after party, whilst the courtyard and grounds are perfect for reception drinks and pictures.

Situated on the estate are a series of quaint cottages offering high quality accommodation for guests. Blending old with new, the cottages have a contemporary yet cosy interior with traditional touches including wooden beams and stone fireplaces. For the bride and groom, the Sheepshed is a secluded hideaway allowing for some precious alone time. Luxurious and with a boutique-hotel feel, the Sheepshed is a stunning first night retreat and comes complete with its own private outdoor hot tub.
 

Manor Mews in Norfolk - John Harris Photography | CHWV
Image © John Harris Photography

Manor Mews in Norfolk | CHWV

Manor Mews in Norfolk | CHWV

Manor Mews in Norfolk - John Harris Photography | CHWV
Image © John Harris Photography


Oxnead Hall

This Grade II listed building is one of Norfolk’s most elegant and exquisite wedding venues. Oxnead Hall is a grand country residence set in 14 acres of glorious grounds. Many of its period features to the exterior have been retained, including the distinctive red brick and sash windows. Internally, the décor and interior design is opulent, with panelling to the walls and four foster beds, perfectly suiting the grandeur of the property.

Oxnead Hall is surrounded by luscious green lawns that sweep down to the banks of the River Bure. With the original look-out tower still in place, plus an ornamental box hedge maze and walled kitchen herb garden, the grounds offer guests plenty of opportunity to explore. Hidden away on the estate is St Michaels Church’s, a small, 13th Century chapel, positioning Oxnead Hall as the ultimate wedding venue for celebrations of all sizes.
 

Oxnead Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV

Oxnead Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV

Oxnead Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV

Oxnead Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV


Sedgeford Hall

Bordering with the royal estate of Sandringham and with some of the finest examples of architecture from the Queen Anne period, Sedgeford Hall is a stunning stately home. The grade II listed house is traditional in its appearance and style, with a classic Drawing Room and beautiful Dining Room.

This luxurious venue can host intimate weddings within the home for 30 guests, but it can also host large, lavish weddings for up to 300 guests in a marquee.

Stylish and sophisticated, Sedgeford Hall has vast gardens and grounds, including the unique Roman Garden. Rustically-styled with its temple and vine-covered pergola, it is beautiful backdrop for pictures. Bedrooms boast four poster beds, cosy lounges enjoy open fires and the indoor heated swimming pool is a great place for guests to gather.
 

Sedgeford Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV

Sedgeford Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV

Sedgeford Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV

Sedgeford Hall in Norfolk - DK Photography | CHWV


Images © DK Photography

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