Heythrop Park: A Gorgeous Oxfordshire Wedding Venue




Where: Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire.

What: Mansion House

Capacity:  Up to 300 guests

Wedding Fayre:  17th September 2017

Pink Wedding Days Page: 

Website: http://www.heythroppark.co.uk/weddingvenues



What We Love:  



Heythrop Park is actually two wedding venues set within 440 acres of gorgeous grounds.

Couples in need of a more classical venue can choose the 18th-century Mansion House which offers four elegant rooms. Couples wanting something a little more contemporary can pick the Crown Plaza Heythrop Hotel located next door.

With two hotels, guests will have plenty of accommodation to choose from – meaning the wedding can be a real two-day occasion.

There are some brilliant packages, too, but what we love best of all is that the menu is crafted by an executive chef – meaning it isn’t just lifted out of a one-size-fits-all wedding brochure it’s created individually and then tasted by you before the big day.





In their own words:
Heythrop Park built in the early 18th Century is steeped in history. Charles Talbot, the 12th Earl of Shrewsbury commissioned the architect Thomas Archer to create a magnificent house incorporating all the Roman influences Charles Talbot had grown so passionate about during his time in Rome. 

Heythrop Park is now owned by Firoka Ltd, the main house has been restored to its former glory and oozes grandeur from a time gone by. 

Heythrop Park Hotel Golf & Country Club is a unique combination of state of the art conference facilities within impressive historic surroundings. There are 14 luxurious bedrooms set in the main house all beautifully decorated, with panoramic views across the estate and a further 270 modern bedrooms in the wings joining the main house, many of which have been recently refurbished.  

The Wedding Package includes:  

- Overnight Accommodation in a main house suite for the Bride and Groom - Hire of Banqueting Suite - Complimentary Master of Ceremonies * - Wedding breakfast of your choice- Drinks package of your choice- Red Carpet – a red carpet will greet your arrival at the hotel entrance. - Cake stand and Knife – we offer use of our traditional round or square cake stand and also a cake knife for your wedding cake. - Seating plan – This is a combination of your personal requests and our experience. We will advise the most suitable layout for your chosen function suite. 
* Our banqueting manager will be responsible for your reception throughout and will make all the necessary announcements to ensure the smooth running of your event. 
Additional services: 

- Flowers– we welcome the opportunity to provide for any of your floral requirements, in your particular colour preference, at a very competitive rate. - Personalised menu printing - Overnight accommodation – we are pleased to offer a special rate for bed and English breakfast to any guest attending a wedding reception at the hotel (subject to availability) 

Why choose Heythrop Park Hotel Golf & Country Club?  

We tailor every wedding individually to your exact requirements. All of our Brides and Grooms receive the following:
- A dedicated wedding co-ordinator from the time that you choose your date through to the big day.- A package tailored to your individual requirements. - Your menu will not be from a brochure of previously used menus, but individually designed for you by our Executive Chef with a complimentary tasting for 2, to ensure it is just perfect. - Our professional unobtrusive team will be on hand to guide you through your day. 

We'd LOVE to know what you think about Heythrop House.  And have you been there? Perhaps you were married there - drop us a message on our Twitter or Facebook pages and let us know.


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