Purton House is surrounded by their own organic farmland, and is a stone’s throw from St Mary’s Church, Purton.
The house has been stylishly furnished throughout with French antique furniture, artwork and collectables. It has plenty of character both inside and out! The gardens are full of intrigue and interest, and provide a stunning backdrop to the house.
They are located 15 minutes from J15 off the M4 and 10 minutes from Swindon train station.
The house is Georgian with Regency features, and has been lovingly decorated throughout with colourful flourishes and interesting antiques, giving the house the unusual quality of being lived-in and loved, yet grand and elegant at the same time.
They are fully flexible on how you’d like your day to run, so you can style your day any way you wish. Whether you opt for a traditional wedding and reception, or something totally different, they’re happy for you to use the house as you please.
They’ve hosted fabulous ceremonies outside under the rose temple, with banqueting tables lining the orchard outside, and look forward to chatting with future couples about how they can make your day uniquely you.
We offer bespoke and tailor-made solutions: Our wonderful in-house caterer will ask you what your favourite dishes are, and create a menu that perfectly reflects your foodie favourites.
£100/head (includes canapés, a 3-course bespoke wedding breakfast and evening food)
We offer a drinks package which includes welcome drinks, wine with the meal and bubbles for the toast for £20/head, or you can choose your wines a la carte - you only pay for what you use, and prices start from £18/bottle of wine. We also have a pay bar that accepts card and cash.
The Bridal Suite is included in the venue hire fee, and is available on the morning of your wedding day, so you can get ready in the house with your entourage! There is a private bathroom, bedroom, and large sitting room.
In addition, there is a beautiful twin room and a double room available to your guests.
You can choose to tie the knot in the house, where the Drawing Room seats up to 50 or the Dining Room seats up to 60, or outside under the rose temple, where there is no limit to numbers.