An extraordinary country mansion house set in 30 acres of grounds amidst rolling countryside, De Vere Latimer Estate is a beautiful blend of original nineteenth century features and modern elegance. Discover this stunning recently refurbished wedding venue in Buckinghamshire.
Secret Wedding Venue in Buckinghamshire
This grand red brick Tudor-style mansion house was built in 1838, and designed by Edward Bore, most notable for his completion of John Nash’s design of Buckingham Palace.
Known as one of Britain’s most secret homes, it has an intriguing story to tell, as the mansion house played an important part in military intelligence during the second world war. The house is credited with being of similar importance to Bletchley and Wilton Park for gathering vital information that shortened the course of the war.
Views Across the Chiltern Hills
Original features, and ornate ceilings and large picture windows with views across the Chiltern Hills and the Chess Valley make this venue an elegant backdrop to your big day. An extensive £7 million refurbishment has added some distinctively stylish 21st-century luxury. The new 1838 Restaurant & Bar has a theatre-style kitchen and outdoor dining courtyard.
The elegantly refurbished Cavendish Suite seats up to 200 guests and has its own bar and large glass doors that open straight onto the grounds. Every detail is cared for to create an unforgettable day with delicious wedding menus curated by their executive chef and a dedicated wedding team.
Luxury bedrooms with accents of leather, tweed and linen are comfortable and stylish, to reflect the revival of modern British heritage and the leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym.
A stunning wedding venue in Buckinghamshire, it is ideally situated in the beautiful and tranquil countryside, yet just ten minutes from Junction 18 of the M25 and a five-minute drive to the Metropolitan line into central London.
For more information please visit De Vere Latimer Estate.