|Just what will make your wedding the best ever? Would romance, beauty, privacy and peace top your list? Or maybe the chance to do your own thing; no package deals to fit into. At Priory Hall you design your own day. You have exclusive use of the tudor hall, formal and informal grounds and lake-view dining area. No wedding next door; no keep off the grass signs and definitely no formula to follow. We are there to help you get exactly what you want.
The lake, orchards, nott garden, lawns and walled terrace are yours to enjoy for the day. Exclusively. And even if it rains (which it does less here than anywhere else in the UK), there are ample indoor areas.
But to get the full picture, you have to visit. Just contact me on email@example.com or call 07711 321907 or 01473 823185; we're happy to show you around.
We're one of Suffolk's secrets; a countryhouse on the edge of historic Hadleigh hidden to the outside world. You catch a glimpse from the road, but turn into the drive and you feel the real wow factor.
It's the perfect place for a summer wedding reception. Here are real English country gardens; tangled honeysuckle, droopy wisteria and majestic trees. Lawns sweep to the lake and lavender lines the borders. It's truly romantic. Have your civil ceremony in the galleried tudor hall; sip champagne in the gardens and then dine in the lake-view marquee. For the evening you party back in the hall. And best of all, you do it all your own way.
All this and only a short walk or drive to accommodation in Hadleigh or nearby Ipswich or Colchester. Even if you have no local connections, there are lots of great places to stay, including self catering houses and flats suitable for the bridal group. And we are a short drive from major road routes to London, the Midlands or the south.
Most importantly, when you have your wedding reception at Priory Hall, there will be no other group on the premises; no other visitors. It will be yours exclusively.
Your wedding day will move seemlessly between civil ceremony (or arrival drinks if you are marrying elsewhere), reception drinks and photographs, wedding breakfast and then evening party, when the lights come on and it's time to let your hair down.
We have Saturdays newly released for this year......June 23rd; July 21st; August 18th and September 29th. We also have Fridays and midweek dates available.
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Priory Hall wedding venue caters for up to 120 wedding guests in the Tudor hall and 20 or so in the drawing room.
The 22 acres of grounds includes many areas suitable for drinks and canapes after the ceremony. The dining area is a customised marquee overlooking the lake, catering for up to 150. There are various sizes of round tables as well as long tables for the marquee together with cream seated lime-washed chairs. Wooden chairs are available for the civil ceremony in the hall. Garden lights and outdoor furniture are supplied.,
Your evening party will be in the hall, which is licensed for music and alcohol sales until 11.30pm. We don't charge corkage if you want to bring in your own wine (though caterers might) and since Priory Hall is a licensed premises we can arrange a cash bar for you in the evening. We don't charge any of our suppliers a commission, so they've nothing to pass onto you. more information
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Priory Hall is in the ancient market town of Hadleigh in Suffolk, on the edge of Constable country between Ipswich and Colchester. It is very well placed for Essex, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and easily accessible from London
Just 70 miles from London, it's a 50 minute train journey from Liverpool Street to Colchester or an easy drive. The ports of Felixstowe and Harwich are a short drive away and Stansted Airport takes about 50 minutes by car.
Hadleigh lies close to the A12, which connects to London and the M25, and to the A14 which goes westward to Cambridge and the M11. It is accessible but protected from the main tourist routes. There is overnight car parking on site.
The area is well served by hotels and guest houses, ranging from the traditional motels to thatched, picture-book bed and breakfast. Many are a short walk from Priory Hall though there is no accommodation at Priory Hall.