Weddings

the venue

From the intricate plasterwork in the Great Hall and the grand, colourful Ballroom, to the nightclub atmosphere of the Vaulted Undercroft, the mansion offers a unique and memorable space to celebrate with family and friends.

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ceremonies

Licensed for Civil Ceremonies, and with a Church at the end of the drive, Crowcombe Court is able to offer both options to couples.

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planning your day

The events team at Crowcombe Court can help with all aspects of planning your special day.

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gallery

View a selection of images of weddings at Crowcombe Court

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food & drink

The food at Crowcombe Court has gained an enviable reputation. Coupled with excellent wines you are guaranteed a gourmet experience to remember.

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accommodation

Eight elegant, ensuite bedrooms with king-sized beds and antique furniture complement the public rooms of this impressive house. Two holiday let apartments are also available in the South Wing.

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A Charming Country Estate

set at the foot of the

QUANTOCK HILLS

Spring

As the combes and vales of Somerset burst into leaf Crowcombe Court shakes off Winter to reveal this grand Georgian mansion in all its splendour. Baroque plasterwork and soaring high ceilings give a dazzling setting for a Spring wedding.

Summer

A Summer wedding with the Parkland awash with greens of every hue is the perfect backdrop for a wonderful day. The style and grandeur of the Great Hall and Ballroom will provide a memorable venue,

Autumn

The majestic Parkland slopes and hanging wood slowing turn to a sea of gold, and the approach to the mansion offers a backdrop of the English Countryside in all its glory. Themes of russets, reds and golds complement this most colourful season.

Winter

Roaring log fires welcome you to the Great Hall as the house nestles in the protection of the Quantocks. Snow on the ground can provide the most magical of atmospheres and the most memorable of Winter weddings.

Hard to beat

As wedding venues go William and Kate will be hard put to make Westminster Abbey beat Crowcombe Court

The Daily Telegraph