Just an hour outside London, Fawley Hill is the ultimate blank canvas venue. You have the freedom to use your own suppliers so you can design the day exactly as you want it to be.
Once described as 'the most bonkers estate in Britain' by Country Life magazine, Fawley Hill certainly is unique.
As well its own train station (which is licensed for wedding ceremonies), Fawley Hill is also home to over 20 varieties of animal, from wallabies to tapirs. In the grounds you will also find the red telephone box from the One Direction album cover, a Victorian carousel, and 'Ironhenge' - a structure made from columns which were removed from the undercroft of St. Pancras station.
You can get married in the Victorian train station and sign the register on board the Great Eastern no 1 train carriage, waving to your guests from its pretty balcony. Enjoy reception drinks outside the station and in front of the restored Victorian carousel, before moving on to a marquee reception. Alternatively, you could have a more traditional sit down meal in the railway museum – a unique venue with lots to look at.
Another option is to have a magical woodland wedding, complete with stunning views and gypsy caravans for those perfect wedding pictures.
The venue is perfectly suited to festival-style weddings, with guests able to camp over in the grounds.
The possibilities and permutations are almost endless. For more information and availability, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07895 120640