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Set in acres of beautiful English countryside and built on the foundations of a medieval village, Sheldon Manor, Wiltshire’s oldest inhabited Manor House.
With its beautiful traditional roses, manicured lawns and specimen trees; is a wonderful escape from real life.
The estate, up a long tree lined drive way, comprises of the Manor House (available by separate negotiation for events). The Wing of the Manor and the four cottages (three interconnecting) are available to hire as a whole for large groups or individually.
Sheldon Manor is licensed to host civil wedding ceremonies in many designated areas throughout the estate, including the 13th Century Porch (reputably the oldest in Britain) and the 15th Century Chapel is available for blessings and the exchange of rings.
The use of a beautiful handcrafted wedding pavilion with Elizabethan rose motif on the lining seats from 60-90 for a wedding breakfast or special event and is included in the venue fee (tariff on application).
Sheldon Manor is also ideal for parties, re-unions, special birthdays and anniversary events. Make your stay extra special by arranging catering and activities prior to your arrival - from one pot suppers and BBQs, to something a little more special; ritz style afternoon tea and croquet on the lawn, pool – side cocktails and canapés, or decadent three course affairs.
How about a vintage coach ride to the ancient nearby villages of Lacock and Castle Combe and relaxing afternoons being pampered by local beauticians who can come to the Manor.
Clay pigeon shooting and murder mystery evenings; here are just a few of the activities that can be arranged for your stay. Christenings and naming ceremonies can be performed in the Chapel or in designated areas throughout the estate.
The cottages are newly refurbished in country house chic style, with open fires and wood burning stoves. These properties are unlike most other cottages with their large rooms and high ceilings. They are furnished throughout with antiques and old oriental rugs. The kitchens are fitted out in traditional country style with butler sinks, solid wood work tops and only the essential ‘mod cons’. All properties are centrally heated.
Attached to the Manor House, the Wing has a large entertaining space for all the onsite guests and a wonderfully cosy ancient palour with an enormous ingle – nook fireplace ideal for nightcaps (Sleeps 6)
Walk through the Sunken Garden to The Bothy – 2 Doubles (one four poster), sitting room with open fire place, kitchen, bathroom, courtyard (Sleeps 4)
Barton Place is a charming, high ceilinged property with two beds plus an eaves room off the beamed bedroom (ideal room for children). Bathroom with a roll top bath, Kitchen, cloakroom, entrance hall and a sitting/dining room with a wood burning stove (interconnecting with The Bothy if required)(Sleeps 4 + 2 Children)
Cockloft has a rustic farmhouse kitchen and sitting room with a wood burner. Extra large bedroom with a high vaulted ceiling, open fireplace and ensuite bathroom/ dressing room. (Interconnecting with Barton Place if required)(Sleeps 2)
Howards End is a delightful 3 bedroom detached cottage with its own private garden. 3 doubles (2 which can convert to twin bedded rooms, 1 bedroom downstairs next to the bathroom.) A large eat – in kitchen and sitting room with an open fire place (Sleeps 6) There are twelve rooms (one of which is a four poster, one twin bedded and one a child eves room and nine doubles (two can be converted into twin rooms)
|Catering||Choice of preferred suppliers|
|Bar||Choice of preferred suppliers|
|Accommodation||We can accommodate up to 24 wedding guests on-site|
|Service level||In-house wedding planner|