Hill View Farm is a truly unique blank canvas wedding venue with stunning panoramic views, looking across the beautiful Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire countryside.
The venue is set in a secluded spot on the Oxfordshire/Buckinghamshire border, yet close to Bicester and only 15 mins away from the M40, A34 road networks and Bicester North and Bicester Village train stations.
The venue can be hired from May through to September for a period of up to 4 days.
The vibe at Hill View Farm is very ‘chill’ – set on the top of Poundon Hill, couples get to paint their own style of wedding on this blank canvas country wedding venue. The design freedom, with the added flexibility to choose your own suppliers, gives couples the ability to create a totally bespoke wedding.
The 4-day exclusive hire period of the venue allows ample time for pre-wedding setup and post-wedding take down. The venue suits all types of wedding styles and themes, from festival through to traditional.
Camping can be arranged and the venue offers a generous space to erect novelty tents like tipis, yurts, bell tents and to setup other facilities you require (catering, toilets, entertainment etc).
The accommodation on site includes modern contemporary en-suite rooms found within the guest accommodation suite of the farmhouse. There is also a luxury shepherds hut tucked away in a private hideaway that makes a truly unique bridal suite for that wedding couple looking to retire to a romantic night under the stars. The accommodation suite (including all three bedrooms, dining hall and kitchen) is available on a block booking basis and can provide a comforting base for the bride or the groom on the night before the big day.
For the couples needing some assistance in building their reception, the venue can offer some recommended suppliers and logistical experience for creating and running their wedding. There are no set suppliers and no corkage – this venue is for anyone wishing to create their own truly bespoke and exclusive wedding experience, whatever the theme might be.