Ashridge House Wedding Fayre: Saturday 29th October 2016





29th October 2016
11am - 4pm
Free entry
Free parking


Ashridge House in Hertfordshire is an absolutely stunning venue. 

In fact, it has to be one of the most beautiful venues in the Pink Wedding Day’s directory.

Don't believe us? 

Take a look at their gallery.

Ashridge House is a Grade I listed venue with a history spanning 730 years. Nestled within 190 acres of National Trust Woodland, it has everything including a majestic sweeping staircase where many couples choose to exchange their vows. 

The location is perfect: the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside and woodland is ideal for wedding photography, but Ashridge House remains easily accessible from the rest of the country, too.  






Berkhamstead, the nearest train station, is just 40 minutes from London Euston; It's just 90 minutes from Birmingham New Street by train. 

And this may be a country venue, but it’s just a 10-minute journey by car from the station with average taxi costs at around £10. So no matter where your guests are flying, driving or arriving by train from, they’ll get there quickly and easily. 

And do you know what’s even better?

In October, you’ve got the chance to experience this wonderful venue at Ashridge House’s Wedding Fayre on October 29th between 11am and 4pm.

It’s not only ideal for viewing the ceremony and reception space but there’s also the chance to meet VIP exhibitors and to listen to live musicians. 

Entry is free, and so is car parking



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