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Showcasing Worton Hall

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“you can let us look after you from the “I Do's” to brunch the following morning.”
Civil Ceremony on Farmhouse Green M Photo Credit Aimee Kirkham


A barn with a difference; Worton Hall is a unique, contemporary, exclusive-use wedding venue hosting ceremonies and receptions for 60 - 250 seated guests. Situated on a country farm estate the venue boasts a blank canvas aesthetic with stunning features that complement any wedding styling. Fully licensed for both indoor and outdoor civil ceremonies with our luxury on-site Cotswold stone cottages; you can let us look after you from the “I Do's” to brunch the following morning.

For simplicity our long-established catering partner Greens Catering can take care of all your food related needs. However, as flexibility is always our ethos at Worton Hall, we allow external caterers and a full dry hire option is available for those wanting to fully customise every aspect of their wedding day.

Experience the lakeside views, sunset flooded fields and willow tree orchard to complete the package for those all-important photographs.

Photo Credits - Aimee Kirkham, Alice Morgan, Hayley Savafe Lottie Elizabeth

01865 882644

enquiries@wortonpark.co.uk

Worton Hall, Worton Park, Cassington, OX29 4SU

wortonhall.co.uk

Twitter: @WortonHall

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