Steeped in 19th century history and set within the heart of the New Forest in Brockenhurst village, Careys Manor Hotel is a Victorian manor house providing a luxurious, relaxing retreat for couples and guests alike. The quintessential English gardens with grand cedar tree as its focal point is perfect for capturing beautiful photographs.
Gather together among the trees or under the beams of this historic manor house. Whether you’re seeking a laid-back celebration, traditional grandeur or a more intimate twilight package, Careys Manor is a versatile venue with a collection of rooms that can be transformed for your day.
The Cedar Suite, with its own servicing bar, is an elegantly decorated room for either a civil ceremony or evening reception and with French doors lead to a secluded walled English garden. The Lounge’s vaulted wood-panelled ceiling and traditional inglenook fireplace add a richness and warmth to the space, whilst the abundance of organic textures and bright, contemporary country details make it an ambient space for your civil ceremony. With opulent manor house décor and French doors which open onto the private courtyard garden next it’s time to sit down to your first meal as a married couple and raise your glasses in the Manor Suite.
The 77 bedrooms have everything you need to get ready for the big day and relax afterwards. From their fresh and cosy Garden rooms and traditional Manor rooms, to their elegantly decorated suites that offer space and privacy for your stay.
With 3 onsite restaurants, they have a love affair with good food at Careys Manor. The seasons write their menus, whatever feast you choose, using only the highest quality, locally sourced, organic ingredients wherever possible. Build your own menu or choose one they’ve specially designed, from a classic 3 course wedding breakfast to a less formal sharing table, or even a traditional afternoon tea.
The award-winning Thai spa, SenSpa offers the chance to find calm and deep relaxation after your wonderful day. Unwind poolside with a good book, relieve all tension with a traditional Thai massage and refresh in the cooling ice room. There are over 40 spa treatments to choose from as well as extensive spa facilities including 6 thermal rooms, 14m swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, jacuzzi, experience showers, gym and a relaxation room.
We can accommodate up to 100 guests for your wedding ceremony and up to 150 for your evening reception. Your ceremony and reception can be held in different rooms for a seamless transition for you and your guests. Unlike some other venues, there’s no waiting around for a room to be prepped for the next part of your day.
We would be more than happy for you to visit our hotel, and to meet with our dedicated Wedding Coordinator, Francoise. With 16 years of experience, Francoise has an abundance of knowledge and experience that she is always happy to share, so you can minimise the stress of planning and enjoy every moment of the day. We recommend booking a personal appointment with Francoise so you can ask her every question you have and ensure you make the most of your visit. Alternatively, please join us on one of our open days.
Our Four Poster Manor Suite is the ideal Bridal Suite; located in the 19th century part of the house, it embraces the traditional character of a manor house, elegantly decorated with calm tones and mirrors that bring light and the forest indoors. The four-poster bed adds a touch of grandeur, taking centre stage, whilst the bay window floods the suite with natural light.
No, but we do have a wide choice of catering options available for your wedding day. Whether you are looking for a traditional seated wedding breakfast, a fun American diner-style buffet, an afternoon tea, or a relaxed bbq, our dedicated Wedding Coordinator Francoise would be happy to discuss all of the options with you, including any packages or current special offers and requirements such as dietary aspects and budget.
Yes. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free options are available as well catering for those with food intolerances and allergies.