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The Granary, West Deeping is one of the newest waterside venues in south Lincolnshire available for wedding reception hire.
The owners, Graham and Glenn only hold a limited number of weddings each year in 12 acres of gardens beside the millpond, rivers and streams that were once part of the Molecey Mill estate.
Having a local wedding which you can design and plan in an amazing country setting is a rather special opportunity for any couple.
As part of the wedding package the Granary comfortably accommodates the bride and her special bridesmaids. Sleeping 14 it gives plenty of scope for the night before the wedding and the evening of the big day. The bridal couple will have a romantic start to their married life staying in our self contained converted former Duck House.
Outside, two unique islands and the main lawns of the house provide the setting for your special day.
Swan island is the ideal location for your drinks or canapé reception as guests arrive at the Granary they cross zig zag bridge and begin to explore the wonderfully landscaped grounds.
Swan island is also the perfect place for your guests to camp. An idyllic willow fringed private island hosts your friends who wish to get away from it all for a night or two whilst helping you celebrate. Our resident swans will be gliding past when they wake.
Willow lawn is much closer to the main house provides a more formal area for a traditional style marquee or for a games and activities area if you want to keep guests entertained with croquet or other party games.
College Farm is a beautiful medieval house situated in the village of Thompson three miles from the market town of Watton. It was built by Katharine’s ancestors in 1349 as a College of Priests to serve St Martin’s Church and the villagers of Thompson. The college was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1541 when it then became a private house.
College Farm sits in 15 acres of lawns and woodland on the edge of the village and is the perfect secluded venue for your wedding reception or private party. B&B accommodation is also available in newly refurbished en suite rooms.
The Jacobean panelled room is licensed for weddings and civil partnerships and is also available for parties up to 20 people. Traditional cream teas are served in the garden (weather permitting) or by the fire in the panelled dining room if it’s too cold to sit outside. All food served at College Farm is organic and home-made or locally sourced. There is plenty of car parking in an adjacent field.
We have a field available for camping and there is also plenty of parking in another field.
Katherine hold’s a few weddings a year, making sure that College Farm is a special place to get married.
Rare breed animals are kept at College Farm – chickens for eggs, sheep for breeding & meat, and alpacas & llamas for keeping the foxes away from the chickens and for wonderful photo opportunities, particularly with Brian the Alpaca!
Thurning Hall is a beautiful 18th century Georgian country mansion house with classical elegance and bohemian spirit. Approached by a woodland drive, the house is set within 14 acres of a hazy mix of informal secret walled rose gardens, woodland and grass parkland leading to a small lake.
Lost in North Norfolk, Thurning Hall has been licensed for ceremonies since 1996. Nestled in the heart of the countryside, only 10 miles from the coast and 12 from Norwich, it is perfectly placed to enjoy all that Norfolk has to offer. The grand old house has been in private ownership of the current family since 1947 and is now the family home of Lara & George Lacey. Together with their 3 children they provide a warm and welcoming experience to all who choose Thurning for their special day. As well as being a family home Thurning has wowed and entertained guests for over 20 years. The ‘dry hire’ policy of the venue is perfect for couples and organisers who wish to control every aspect of their wedding or event.
The Red Barn wedding meadow…Set in a picturesque grass field surrounded by trees – the family have a perfect cost effective space available for rent on which you can style your own venue – couple can hire a marquee that fits the bill for your numbers and your style!
Close to the A10 with easy access – this could be your ideal site!
Voewood is exclusively yours for an unforgettable weekend of wedding celebrations. Built in 1903 its a large country house that’s able to accommodate up to 42 guests in its wonderfully decorated eclectic rooms. Our marquees look beautiful set within the magical 11 arces of landscaped garden.
Horsley Hall Farm is owned by Stuart & Steph Hatton and Ro, Steph’s live in mum. They bought the farm in January 2017 as a venue from which to offer weddings & events, glamping & camping breaks as well as outdoor educational programs for schools and other youth organisations.
As a small, family business they love nothing more than to see others enjoying their beautiful farm. They keep alpacas, chickens & sheep, grow christmas trees and have a well stocked lake with a variety of fish including common, mirror, crusian & koi carp, tench and chub.
The Venue is set in a beautiful location and has a real festival feel to it…Dottie is totally in love with the safari tents…so you must check them out!
Great Melton Old Rectory
Great Melton Old Rectory is owned by the loveliest of ladies Eileen, She has lived in the house since 1972 and now resides with her rescued little dog and two stray cats that have made the Rectory their home too!
The house makes the perfect backdrop for your Marquee wedding and with it’s on site Toilet block and generator you have already made a amazing saving. The grounds are beautiful with ample parking and an area for glamping, this venue ticks all the boxes.
The Old Rectory can only hold 10 weddings a year so snap this little gem up quickly but be warned once you meet Eileen and she shows you around you are going to book!
Yes this house doesn’t have all the mod-cons and in fact a lot of the rooms still look like there are ready for a Victorian film set to arrive but for me this is how i would want this house to stay..to see this lovely lady in her attic still making vintage clothing, next to a old electric fire with her doggie and cats…well its heart warming.