Monday, 4 February 2013

BLENHEIM PALACE


Enviably set in over 2000 acres of landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown parkland, and 100 acres of stunning Formal Gardens, Blenheim Palace offers a unique and stunning setting for your most important day. Blenheim Palace is a World Heritage Site providing the most magnificent location for you to create the wedding ceremony and reception of your dreams. From the timeless elegance of the Long Library, to the stunning Orangery, and the unbeatable views across Vanbrugh’s Grand Bridge, there is no finer place to hold your special day.  There are a variety of unique and elegant facilities available: 


The Orangery: With its private entrance, glass ceiling, and a terrace overlooking the Italian Garden, this elegant room provides a stunning daytime and evening wedding venue for up to 200 guests. 

The Marlborough Room: Has a beautiful double-vaulted ceiling rising to the full height of the Palace. With grand chandeliers and a huge fireplace, this room can accommodate 120 wedding guests for a civil wedding ceremony or 70 wedding guests for a smaller, more intimate wedding reception. In both the Orangery and the Marlborough Room, Blenheim Palace can provide an onsite civil wedding ceremony licence for up to 250 guests. 

The Great Hall and The Saloon, and The Long Library: situated inside the Palace, these State Rooms provide a spectacular setting for evening drinks receptions and wedding celebrations from 60 up to 300 guests. Blenheim Palace is pleased to announce a new catering partnership with Searcys, providing a contemporary edge to any wedding or fine dining experience, whilst its traditional service is synonymous with Blenheim Palace’s heritage, ensuring the right formula is delivered. Carrying on the contemporary theme, a brand new Champagne Bar is available within the Palace, and together with a series of stylish and exciting new dining additions, ensures the World Heritage Site is even better placed, to provide a truly opulent setting for any wedding or fine dining event. 





Blenheim Palace is surrounded by over 2,000 acres of stunning parkland and award-winning formal gardens. The splendour and tranquillity of “Capability” Brown’s landscaped park and great lake fringed by majestic oaks and maples is unrivalled in Britain. Over 100 acres of Formal Gardens include the Secret Garden, majestic Water Terraces, The Rose Garden and the Duke of Marlborough’s ornate private garden; The Italian Garden. Walks to the Grand Cascade or across Vanbrugh’s Grand Bridge to the Column of Victory take in views of the magnificent grounds; there is beauty to be found in all seasons.




Designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, The Orangery was originally the place where the Orange trees that adorn the formal gardens were grown. Exuding an air of striking elegance from the moment you reach its pillared entrance, The Orangery can accommodate up to 250 guests for a civil ceremony or 180 guests for a wedding breakfast. 

Guests can enter through the private entrance onto the terrace, which overlooks the ornate Italian Garden. The Orangery is not open to the public and therefore is available for exclusive use for the whole day and evening up to midnight.





For a personal tour of the Palace please send enquiries to 


BLENHEIM PALACE
Woodstock, Oxfordshire OX20 1PP
T: +44(0) 1993 813874 
F: +44(0) 1993 810580 
Visit the website: www.blenheimpalace.com

1 comment:

  1. Wow Blenheim looks amazing, the orangery would the perfect place for a reception.

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