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Weddings at the Old Manor are unique affairs with couples getting exclusive use of the Manor house and all of its 4 acres.
Mentioned in the Domesday Book as being part of the Abbess of Glastonbury’s estate, the Old Manor was built in classic Queen Anne style.
Dating back 500 years, the Old Manor Hotel was originally a farmhouse and is full of wood beams, natural stone and rustic charm.
Capable of hosting weddings up to 150 guests, using the semi-permanent marquee, weddings take on a rustic charm with food served down the middle of rustic handmade trestle tables on vintage oval plates by head chef Matthew Briddon formally head chef of the Michelin starred Heathcoat’s restaurant.
Ceremonies are conducted in the wood beamed milking parlour for up to 100 guests.
|Accommodation||21 en suite bedrooms (Standard, Superior, Deluxe), option for camping in paddock|
|Service level||In-house wedding planner|
|Price||£££ (includes catering)|