The Orangery is set in the heart of the grounds and is framed by two glorious oak trees either side of the main entrance, an adjacent waterfall and lawns for your photographs.
Orangeries became fashionable in the Georgian period and some wonderful examples of these beautiful buildings still survive today. These excellent structures are ideal for entertaining and growing exotic plants or growing fruits as was their use in the Georgian period.
The Orangery at Whittlebury is a very traditional with an old stone flagged floor and sweeping wrought iron staircase (from which many couples choose to make their grand entrance). A lovely grand piano also enhances the ceremony hall.
The Orangery will seat 120 guests comfortably in the main hall whilst additional space for a further 100 chairs is available for the larger weddings. The ceremony will be set up with a red carpet centre aisle and gold banqueting chairs two fresh flower pedestals as the focal point for the ceremony and music from the grand piano.
“The Orangery is wonderfully light and a true classic”
Situated at the far end of the drive, adjacent to the cricket pitch, is styled with a marquee lining, a starlight ceiling in the autumn/winter, a white lining in the summer and chandeliers.
With seating for up to 200 guests, the Pavilion has a classical fireplace and is furnished with leather sofas and offers a large bar area.
The Pavilion sprawls onto a large terraced patio and lawn with woodland running along the side and a lovely balcony for photos.
Licensed for ceremonies, has large balconies to two sides with spectacular views across the ancient oak parkland and beyond. A large picture window frames the park and is often chosen as a stunning backdrop for the ceremony.
The ceremony will be set up with a red carpet centre aisle and gold banqueting chairs and two fresh flower pedestals as the focal point for the ceremony.
The Atrium is ideal for weddings small or large as it is very adaptable, it can accommodate upto 400 guests*
*numbers are based on the actual layout of the individual wedding and may vary.