LGBT Friendly Wedding Venues: Easthamstead Park Conference Centre

Easthampstead Park Conference Centre in Wokingham, Berkshire, is a wedding venue offering more than most.  A Grade II listed Victorian country mansion, it sits in 60 acres of glorious parkland offering one hell of an entrance for both the happy couple and their guests: a half-mile long tree-lined driveway. 

Easthampstead caters for between 40 and 110 guests and offers the choice of an indoor or outdoor wedding ceremony. Naturally, the venue is prepared for the changeable British weather, so there’s no need to pack umbrellas as a ceremony room inside will be prepared just in case. 

All of Easthampstead’s main wedding packages include room hire, an arrival drink with a three-course meal including coffee. There's wedding night accommodation for the happy couple, too.  Guests can take advantage of overnight accommodation and rates are very reasonable for such a charming location.

You’ll be in good hands at the evening reception with a selection of choices for either a buffet or hog roast.

Easthampstead Park does require couples to have public liability insurance which is quite common in historic buildings BUT we’d certainly recommend taking out wedding insurance wherever you’re getting married.  It isn’t expensive and it can save you thousands if you ever had to make a claim. 

We’d highly recommend visiting Easthampstead Park’s website and seeing for yourself what this gorgeous venue can offer for you. When you're ready to book, they'll look forward to welcoming you and your wedding party into this stunning venue. 

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