A grand nineteenth century mansion house with beautifully tiled cloisters promises incredible wedding photo opportunities and so much more. Take a look inside and discover the history of this truly unique exclusive-use wedding venue with chapel set amidst acres of Surrey parkland.
Wedding Venue with Chapel
Once the ancestral home of the Lovelace family De Vere Horsley Estate was designed and built in 1820 by Sir Charles Barry; the architect of the Houses of Parliament. With its distinctive architecture and lakeside lawns, it is now is a unique retreat with its own classical chapel, an ideal backdrop for a stylish wedding.
Wedding Function Rooms
There are three grand function rooms to choose from for your civil ceremony, wedding breakfast and evening reception. The Great Hall, with its oak-panelled walls and vaulted ceiling looks stunning and atmospheric in candle light while the elegant Sopwith Suite has a timeless décor with many of its original features. Both are ideal for your marriage ceremony and wedding breakfast, seating up to 110 and 120 guests respectively.
The Charles Barry Room sits alongside the Towers Bar making it ideal for evening receptions.
De Vere Horsley Estate
Bespoke wedding menus are curated by the executive chef and a dedicated team of wedding coordinators will ensure everything goes smoothly on the big day, offering help and guidance in the lead up to the wedding. For your bridal party and guests, there are 180 stylish bedrooms, an outdoor terrace, indoor swimming pool and even a mini gym.
Wedding Open Days
If you’re planning a wedding, the best way to appreciate this venue, its unique features and picturesque grounds is to experience the beauty of the Estate first hand. Spend a day at one of their wedding fayres or open days to explore De Vere Horsley Estate and meet the whole team.
Upcoming wedding open day
Sunday 12th November, 11am – 4pm
Upcoming wedding appointment evenings
Monday 16th October, 6pm – 9pm
Tuesday 12th December, 6pm – 9pm
To find out more please visit De Vere Horsley Estate or come along to an open day.