Hedsor House Venue Guide - by Willow & Oak Events

Weddings at Hedsor House

Named best U.K. wedding venue by the likes of Vogue & Harpers Bazaar, and for good reason. Setting upon a hillside in the Thames Valley, surrounded by over 90 acres of parkland, this Georgian Country Mansion is truly one of the best places to get married in England. 

Be prepared to be swept away by quintessential English charm, greeted by highland cattle and dine under a trio of chandeliers. A wedding at Hedsor House will undoubtably bring all your English countryside wedding dreams to life.

The details...

A country house with origins dating back to the 12th Century, Hedsor was the home of the mother of King George III, Dowager Princess of Wales and frequently hosted Queen Victoria for afternoon tea. You can follow in their footsteps, then stay in the stunning dual-aspect bridal suite complete with four poster bed and marble-onyx bathroom, with rolltop bath and double shower.

Just a stone's throw away from London, forty minutes to be exact, or under thirty minutes away from London Heathrow airport, Hedsor House makes the perfect destination wedding venue.







With capacity for up to 150 of your nearest & dearest and 13 onsite bedroom suites, you will be able to make Hedsor your home. 

Whether you are looking for a wedding ceremony in the Dutch Sunken Garden, in the Centre Hall under the Italianate Dome or at nearby 16th century St Nicholas' Church, you will have the crème de la crème of choices.

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The Lost Orangery

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Where is Hedsor House?

Hedsor is a wedding venue in England, specifically in Taplow, Buckinghamshire. A taxi from Heathrow will take less than 30 minutes, so it comes with all the benefits of being so close to all the tourist attractions of London, so your guests can enjoy your wedding and enjoy a vacation before heading home.

Address: Hedsor House, Hedsor Park, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, SL6 0HX, England.

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Photo credits for this page: header photos by Julie Livingston and garden photos by Kylee Yee