Syrencot wedding venue
A little bit about this stunning wedding venue...
Begin the day in the ultra-elegant Billiard Room. In this light-bathed space, vaulted ceilings and vintage furnishings form a stunning backdrop for your wedding morning preparations. As the big moment draws near, clink Champagne flutes from the comfort of the button-back sofas, before stepping out through your own private entrance ready to take your first steps towards married life.
Follow a secluded path from the house to the time-worn Walled Garden, enjoying a rare moment alone with your bridal party. Smile with excitement as you step over the threshold and into Syrencot’s beating heart.
Inside the crinkle-crankle walls, you’ll hear nothing but the sound of your footsteps on the paths and the soft notes of your ceremony music drifting on the breeze. Take a few more strides and family and friends will soon surround you on all sides. The heart of the Glasshouse is where you’ll forever entwine your own.
With its fully-glazed exterior and elegant drapes adorning the ceiling, the Glasshouse promises an under-cover ceremony setting that brings the outside in. But should you prefer to make your vows in the open air, Syrencot is also licensed for outdoor garden weddings, making it truly a venue for all seasons. Whichever you say ‘I do’ to, you can share the moment with up to 150 guests.
Follow our journey as the Glasshouse, Walled Garden and Farmshed at Syrencot blossom and grow.
Combe Manor wedding venue
A bit about this venue ....
Combe Manor and its barns are set in the stunning picturesque hills of Combe, and make a perfect wedding venue for couples looking for stunning views amid a picturesque historical rural setting.
The L-shaped position of the two great barns offer very flexible space. It has a stage at the angle of the barns ideal for bands, discoteque etc. We have a licence with West Berkshire Council to conduct civil ceremonies in the Barns. We can seat an audience of over 150 for a marriage ceremony. There is also a delightful small Norman church (Grade 1 Listed) next door to the Manor. This can be used for the wedding ceremony subject to discussion with the local Rector and agreement with the Church of England. The church is just 50 metres’ walk to the barns.Some couples prefer to be married in their local parish church and then come to Combe Manor Barns for the reception afterwards.
After the marriage formalities, the guests can then pass into the dining barn, where they can enjoy a fully served meal shortly afterwards. During the summer months the barn courtyard provides a popular meeting place, where guests may sit down, stand, talk and enjoy a drink in the sun. The beautiful gardens and courtyards at Combe Manor are available for photographs and in addition, in the case of inclement weather, we offer the formal Drawing Room in the Manor as an additional photographic space for small family groups.The Bridal Bedroom in the Manor house, with en suite bathroom, is also at the brideʼs disposal for changing before and after the ceremony.
Combe is located in West Berkshire, at the very southernmost tip of the county. To the west lies Wiltshire, Basingstoke and Deane to the east, and the Test Valley to the south. It is within easy driving distance of Newbury, Hungerford, Basingstoke, Reading and Swindon. The village has a colourful history dating back to the bronze age. Probably most famous for being the home of Combe Gibbet, on Walbury Hill, the highest point in West Berkshire, and indeed South East England, from where, on a clear day you can have spectacular views of four counties: Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Wiltshire.
With so much history and so much beautiful countryside in one place Combe really is perfectly located as the most beautiful wedding venue in West Berkshire.