Cosy & Intimate Wedding
Our Cosy And Intimate Wedding Package
Our intimate wedding package in Essex is centred and focused solely on creating a relaxed, a cosy and an intimate atmosphere and is therefore one of our most popular wedding packages. This is the perfect package for those couples that perhaps want a more intimate wedding with a ceremony and a lunch hosted in a historical setting that is rich in Tudor splendour; to be enjoyed by you, your husband or wife to be and your wedding party alone – without having to compromise on privacy.
Once the ceremony has concluded you can then proceed to enjoy a platter of canapés and reception drinks on our splendid lawn, on the well maintained patio area or our cosy and intimate bar; followed by lunch in our beautiful Henry VIII Room. If you would rather you could also have your lunch in our delightful marquee. The cosy and intimate wedding package at our small wedding venue in Essex has been built with flexibility in mind so you can choose the details and the locations that suit you best.
The proceedings included in our cosy and intimate wedding package in Essex will generally begin at around 11am, and usually finished at around 6pm, though as with all aspects of this package the exact specifics regarding the times are up to you. The 7 hour window affords ample time for you and your guests to enjoy the ceremony, reception drinks with canapés, and lunch (complete with speeches); whilst still allowing for plenty of time for drinks afterwards.
If you would like to get a quotation for your expected numbers and ideal dates, then you are more than welcome to call us directly. If you would prefer you can use our “quotation request” to obtain a cost estimation. Please note that our “cosy & intimate” wedding packages at our small wedding venue in Essex are only available Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays (exc. Bank Holidays). Should you prefer a larger wedding, we can comfortably cater for up to 150 daytime guests and up to 200 evening guests. Please see our sample pricing and/or complete the “quotation request”.