Built in the late 1600s, Weston Hall is located in a quiet Northamptonshire village and became a haunt for some of the greatest 20th century literary figures while it was the home of the writer Sir Sacheverell Sitwell from 1923 until his death in 1988. Little has changed since the 1930s, the house is full or portraits and memorabilia of the Sitwells.
Still a home, Weston Hall is available on an exclusive use basis with only a small number of weddings each year.
Today your host is food writer and MasterChef critic William Sitwell. By special arrangement William can curate (or sometimes cook himself) dinners for your guests the evening before your wedding – certainly a different way to start your celebrations!
The gardens are perfectly suited for a marquee wedding and along with the North Front and Topiary Garden, there is complete flexibility based on your style of wedding and the number of guests attending.
While the house is not able to hold a ceremony, the Topiary Garden is stunningly laid out for blessings and humanist weddings.
The house also has luxury accommodation, ideal for the Bridal party on the night of the wedding. Guests can occupy a self-contained wing of the house and each beautiful room provides the greatest level of comfort. Within yards of the house The Crown Inn offers delicious lunches and dinners as well as great accommodation for extra guests.
Weston Hall Weddings are managed by local wedding planning company High Times Weddings. For further information contact: email@example.com