Somerleyton Hall: a Stunning Wedding and Civil Partnership Venue




We have some stunning wedding venues in the Pink Wedding Days directory, but there's one that, for us, really does stand out:

Somerleyton Hall on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

Somerleyton Hall isn't just any old country pile; it’s a stately home owned by a real-life Lord.

Victorian splendour at its absolute finest. 





Set amid a 500-acre estate, Somerleyton Hall is the perfect place to begin life as husband and husband or wife and wife

Venues like this make photographers very, very happy. 

Guests will arrive with wide eyes and even wider smiles

It's the perfect place for a wedding. 

And did we mention the maze?

It has a maze





Whether you have 25 guests or 250, Somerleyton Hall can cater to your requirements. Couples have the choice of 4 different reception locations and the option to hire the hall for 2 days. 

Both the happy couple and their guests will be in safe hands with the hall's experienced and talented team

You can find out more about Somerleyton Hall by visiting the Pink Wedding Days website.  The Hall has its own website, too, which we'd encourage everyone to visit; it's an excellent starting point for exploring the different options available.

Look out for the wedding videos on the website, too. 

Note the enormous smiles on everyone's faces, because you can't put a price on that. 

If you're not getting married just yet but would still like to take a peek, the grounds and hall are between April and September.

We'd love to know what you think. 










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