Stonehouse Court in Gloucestershire: Gorgeous Wedding Venue

Stonehouse Court sits inside 6 acres of gorgeous grounds with a stunning view of the Stroud Valley.  As a wedding venue, it’s superb. You’ll only need to explore the website and see the photography: this manor house is easy to fall in love with and hard to forget. 

Exclusive use of the property is available for couples or it’s possible to hire the private wedding suite which boasts its own gardens, toilets and bar.  The hotel has an award-winning restaurant and 36 bedrooms making it the ideal place for your guests to stay once the marital festivities are over.

There's a real sense of seclusion here. Surrounded by gardens and with views of the lush gorgeous Gloucestershire countryside,  it's easy to forget that Stone House Court has superb transport links meaning that no matter where in the UK or the world your guests are coming from, they'll be able to arrive comfortably and at their own leisure. 

In the summer months, guests can say their vows under the Cotswold Stone Pagoda. 160 guests can be accommodated on the private lawns of the Caroline Suite to watch couples recite their vows under the open sky.  It doesn’t get much more romantic than that. 

The venue caters for both intimate ceremonies and lavish grand affairs.  Pleased to offer bespoke ceremonies and receptions, Stonehouse Court is the ideal space for weddings regardless of size or cost.  The helpful and conscientious wedding team will be delighted to help turn your dream day into a memorable reality.

Couples can choose from the 
Caroline Suite and the Arundel or Crellin Rooms.  
There’s also the availability of marquees, too.

What we absolutely love about Stonehouse Court is the option for a bridal cruise.   Pre-wedding drinks and canapes on are available before the big day or you can arrive in style or even treat your guests to a pootle on the water as part of the celebrations.  Not only is this one way of making your ceremony memorable but it also offers superb photography opportunities along the way. 

If you visit the Stonehouse Court website, then you’ll be able to download the wedding brochure which will give you a clearer picture of what your big day could look like.

We’d certainly recommend looking at the 2018 winter wedding packages, too, because they’recurrently advertising a superb offer for October and November 2018 but as the year is creeping away, we’d encourage you to enquire sooner rather than later. 

Looking for an LGBTQ-friendly wedding venue in other parts of the UK? The Pink Wedding Days website can help.  It lists same-sex wedding venues and service providers right across the country.  

If you've been married at Stonehouse Court then we'd love to hear your stories.  Was your day everything that you'd expected? Or perhaps you've visited the hotel for a night away or booked a table at their famous steak night.  Whatever your reason to visit we're sure that you left with the hopes of returning and what better excuse than for a wedding.

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