The Lost Orangery Wedding.
Priya & Karim had their wedding at the Lost Orangery in early June. A beautiful hidden away Cotswold wedding venue.
The Lost Orangery Wedding Album.
Rock your wedding at the lost orangery.
A little information about this wedding venue.
The Lost Orangery is in Castle Combe, the Cotswolds. It is set within 500 acres of spectacular private grounds and enchanted woodland.
A beautiful valley and boating lake. Surrounded by a crumbling castle. This exclusive manor house in Wiltshire is sure to impress wedding guests by exuding a unique blend of classic, historic and contemporary. The perfect place to say I do.
Outside wedding ceremonies are beautiful set next to the boating lake. For a traditional ceremony, there is a pretty village church close by in Colerne and another in Castle Combe.
The Lost orangery wedding venue can cater for up to 250 guests and as few as 40 guests. The venue is very flexible with many areas from the beautiful lawned grounds to vaulted balconies and terraces.
The botanical orangery with its dripping chandeliers makes for a striking photography backdrop. With the addition of a marquee, the flexibility of the venue is complete.
With two luxurious en-suite bedrooms just off the orangery. Both have four-poster beds and lavish bathrooms punctuated by deep rolltop bathtubs. One bathroom enjoys a monsoon shower.
Either room makes for a tranquil location for the newlyweds to spend their first days of marriage before heading off on honeymoon.
The Lost Orangery wedding cost.
All weddings require a minimum 3-night stay. They have a list of local recommended caterers to suit your requirements.
Wedding parties greater than 50 guests will require the hire of a marquee and additional WC facilities. These can be booked directly with the suppliers
The Lost Orangery is a unique and luxurious self-catering wedding venue. It is near Bath and Castle Combe it is ideally situated for the southwest.
The grounds are beautiful and varied. They offer the opportunity for gorgeous wedding photography.
The Lost Orangery.
With several areas licensed for marriages and civil partnerships around the grounds of this exclusive wedding venue.
Including a beautiful cloister, archway and portico, lovebirds can take their pick! The thatched boathouse makes a stunning setting for lakeside wedding ceremonies.
The Lost Orangery Wedding Slideshow.
EURIDGE HOUSE AND ORANGERY
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, just outside the quintessentially English village of Castle Combe, lies Euridge House and Orangery. We are an exclusive self-catering venue now available for weddings, parties, corporate retreats, photoshoots and filming.
Our enchanting countryside sanctuary sits amid 450 acres of private grounds, featuring Georgian-style architecture, sparkling water features, evergreen palm trees, a crumbling castle, exquisite topiary, rose gardens, lawns, cloisters, archways, a thatched boathouse – and so much more. Ours is a space for escaping every day, for celebrating the extraordinary, and for watching the magic unfold.
This is what dreams are made of.
Weddings at The Lost Orangery.
FOR THE DISCERNING COUPLE LOOKING FOR SOMEWHERE TRULY MAGICAL
Euridge House and Orangery are now available for a limited number of exclusive, weekend weddings.
Every celebration we have the pleasure of hosting is as unique as the couple at the heart of it. Whether you’re looking for a twinkling fairytale or a story of edgy decadence (or perhaps a little bit of both), we’re here for you.
We can support you throughout your wedding planning by recommending trusted supplier partners and suggesting ideas on how to enhance the personality of each of our spaces.
We’d be delighted to welcome you to our private home and grounds to let your imagination run wild and have the wedding you truly desire.
Our bespoke hire package includes exclusive use of the grounds and orangery for three days, with the option of also hiring the rose garden suite, cottages and ballroom – for a guest journey they’ll never forget.
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