Ramster Hall is a much-loved family home in the Surrey Hills between Chiddingfold and Haslemere. Surrounded by parkland and over 25 acres of stunning gardens, it is historic and beautiful. Approached by a long drive through the tranquil gardens, wedding parties have exclusive access to the three adjoining halls, each with a beautiful courtyard. Ramster Hall is licensed for civil ceremonies, or couples may choose a church service and hold their reception at Ramster.
Their house becomes yours for the day, with exclusive use of three adjoining halls and a beautiful courtyard.
Great Drawing Room
This stunning and welcoming room is used for civil ceremonies and has various layout options. With a grand piano in the corner and a beautiful fireplace, it provides an excellent setting not only for the civil service but also for reception drinks for church or civil weddings if parties are unable to go outside. The room is yours for the day, so it can also be used as a ‘quiet’ room during the evening’s entertainment.
The Long Hall
Built in 1604, the Hall for your wedding breakfast and evening party is over 100 feet long. It is a magnificent and impressive room, and the fairy lights add a touch of magic. A dance floor is discreetly hidden at one end.
The Brick Hall
This beautiful hall gives you an alternative entrance to the wedding ceremony from the courtyard. There is a permanent display of paintings by Paul Gunn, which are always of interest, and an impressive collection of Japanese Samurai warriors, swords and shields.
The three halls surround a beautiful courtyard garden, the ideal location for reception drinks and canapés. This is yours for the whole day; the halls have a beautiful fire in the corner for colder days and evenings.
Ramster Hall is surrounded by acres of stunning gardens, famous for their fine collection of Rhododendrons and Azaleas. These gardens are a wonderful setting for wedding photographs.