You can find Ettington Park located 6 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, set in the heart of a 40 acre estate with the River Stour meandering through it. The venue is accessible via the M40 or via train to Stratford-upon-Avon, a town synonymous with William Shakespeare. Here you will find a wealth of rich heritage, varied culture and stunning architecture.
This neo-gothic mansion is breathtaking upon arrival. Towering turrets, colourful brickwork and classic arched windows really do present historic extravagance. And this is only the beginning… step inside to find spectacular rooms such as The Hathaway Suite, presenting a beautiful wood panelled ceiling illuminated by gold chandeliers as well as the Duke of Essex stone fireplace.
In the grounds you will discover even more idyllic settings for your wedding. The Orangery is a romantic outdoor space surrounded by Victorian gardens and lawn overlooking the rustic remains of the Norman Chapel provide a stunning location for your outdoor ceremony.
Reception drinks served on the terrace which overlooks the vast grounds and an evening reception held in The Great Drawing Room with its ornate ceiling and huge sash windows ensure you and your guests the most memorable day.
Outdoor ceremonies are available from March - October. Don’t worry about rain, we always make sure you have an indoor room set up just in case.
Absolutely! Our fabulous chefs are able to cater for all dietary requirements to make sure every single one of your guests has a meal to remember.
You will need to organise the registrar with the Warwickshire Registry Office yourselves. They offer ceremony times on the hour and we would usually recommend either 1pm or 2pm however don’t worry too much as we can make most times work!
Usually yes, however we do offer a fabulous Exclusive Use package which allows you to take over the whole hotel for a day and night! This means no one other than your nearest and dearest and our staff present.
We are indeed! We can offer weddings for smaller numbers midweek Monday – Wednesday.