Close to Norwich and situated in the hamlet of Oxnead in Norfolk, Oxnead Hall is a beautiful Grade II* listed building, perfect for country weddings.
Elegant, exquisite and standing proudly in 15 acres of grounds, Oxnead Hall is one of Norfolk’s most unique wedding venues. A grand country residence, this luxury venue is located in Oxnead, surrounded by stunning Norfolk landscape. Close to Norwich, the coast, the Broads National Park and just five minutes from the market town of Aylsham, it’s central to everything you could require.
History and heritage is at the heart of Oxnead Hall which was the principal home of the great Norfolk family, the Pastons. The present building comprises the service wings of the Great House. With its long sweeping driveway, striking Tudor red brick, mullioned windows and statues in niches, the property exudes a unique atmosphere.
Internally, the Hall boasts an opulent décor which perfectly suits the grandeur of the house. The magnificent oak four poster bed in the bridal suite and the equally impressive guest rooms offer the bride & groom and their guests the chance to live in real luxury.
In keeping with such a historic building are the remarkable 15 acres of pleasure grounds at Oxnead Hall. These include extensive lawns that sweep down to the lake and banks of the River Bure, tree avenues, a folly, water gardens, a dovecote, the walled kitchen garden, fountains and a grand parterre with ornamental box and yew hedging. The gardens will delight your guests and provide a truly beautiful backdrop for wedding celebrations.
Whilst the building itself and the inviting grounds are instantly appealing, perhaps what makes Oxnead Hall so unique is the variety of spaces it offers for weddings, including St Michael’s and All Angels church, the Long Room or the Orangery for the ceremony and the Great Barn for the wedding breakfast.