The Setting

The location of choice for Vogue, Marie Claire and the English Home magazine, Pennard House is a beautiful, family-owned Georgian Manor House and Coach House set in secluded gardens and surrounded by meadows, woodlands and cider orchards. A hidden gem in the rolling Somerset countryside, Pennard House is a magical setting and the epitome of dreamy English elegance.

The Vibe

Nestled in the rolling hills of Somerset, Pennard House is a beautiful, family owned Georgian manor house, surrounded by walled gardens, wildflower meadows and cider orchards.

With everything within walking distance, your bespoke wedding takes place in one charming location, with complete exclusivity, whether it’s for one day or an entire weekend! Why not come the night before and enjoy supper with your loved ones, cooked by their in-house chef, and relax knowing everything’s ready for your special day.

Wake up and get ready in their bridal suite and then tie the knot under blue skies in their stunning outside pavilion or inside in their beautiful Napier room. Alternatively, the picturesque 14th Century village church is just a few steps beyond their garden.

After your ceremony, enjoy a glass of champagne and canapés on the south facing lawn with plenty of space for photographs and even lawn games – Croquet anyone? Your celebrations would then move to their stunning 18th century Coach House. Host your wedding breakfast amongst wooden beams and fairy lights then dance the night away with friends and family in their unique party space with custom made dance-floor, bespoke bar and candlelit cosy seating booths.

When it’s time to say goodnight, you have complimentary use of their beautiful Orchard suite and your loved ones can also stay nearby in their beautiful bedrooms or under the stars in 16ft luxury tipis in the garden. Whatever you want your day to be Pennard House will make it happen, the epitome of dreamy elegance whilst remaining a warm country home, it’s the perfect setting for your romantic, rustic wedding.

There are disabled facilities and access in the Coach House. The main house does not have these facilities.