Burghley House weddings
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The fairy-tale roofline of Burghley combined with serene gardens create the perfect backdrop for your wedding ceremony or reception. For a truly memorable wedding Burghley can be yours for a whole day and evening. The sumptuous setting and heady atmosphere of regal splendour are at your disposal from your wedding ceremony right through to the late night partying.
Burghley is the largest and grandest house of the Elizabethan Age, built between 1555 and 1582 by Sir William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I. Nearly twenty years of restoration and refurbishment has made Burghley the ultimate venue for weddings where the atmosphere of grandeur is an essential ingredient. With a number of rooms available, each with their own distinctive style, Burghley
The Old Kitchen – A truly stunning setting for drinks reception with its vast array of copper utensils, turtle shells and revolving spit.
The Great Hall – Used as a banqueting hall in Elizabethan days and during the 19th century, today fulfils this purpose as well as it ever did.
The Orangery and Rose Garden – Designed by Caparbility Brown in the 18th century to provide space for the family’s collection of rare plants, the south facing Orangery and adjoining Rose Garden are flooded with natural light during the day and become and intimate, graceful venue for an evening reception.
Wedding Venue Overview and Facilities
- Total No. of bedrooms—n/a
- No. of suites—n/a
- Civil license—Yes
Wedding Reception capacity
- Dining table—100
- Buffet style—Up to 250
Wedding season availability
March to October—Fridays only
November to February—daily
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