Heacham Manor Hotel

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£5550 for a package
Up to 100
45 Bedrooms
Exclusive Use
Wedding Licence
Heacham Manor is an exclusive use 16th Century Manor with panoramic views, bespoke catering, and accommodation for the family. Plan your day the way you want it at this awe-inspiring coastal venue.
Pricing & Costs

(total price)

Prices Start At
Our prices start from just £5,550 based on low season (November - March). Includes sole use of the Manor, ceremony room hire, 13 bedrooms, arrival drink, 3 course Wedding Breakfast, 1 glass of house wine per person and Evening Buffet (prices based on 50 people).
Features & Capacity


Venue Type
Country House
Manor House
Dining Capacity
Reception Capacity
Usual Access Time
07:00 AM
Usual Finish Time
01:00 AM

Food and Drink

In-House Wine List
In-house Catering
Alcohol Licence

Ceremony & Reception

Fireworks Permitted
Wedding Licence
Church Within Walking Distance
Dancefloor Available
Confetti Permitted


Landscaped Gardens
Exclusive Use
Marquee Permitted
Spa On-Site
Bridal Changing Facilities
Disabled Access
Grade I/II Listed Building
On-Site Parking
In-House Wedding Coordinator

Cultural Specialists

Full Description
Located in the tranquil village of Heacham, just 5 minutes drive from the beautiful coastline, Heacham Manor Hotel is arguably one of the most charming and picture perfect wedding venues in Norfolk. Your dedicated wedding manager will help you to design the wedding day you and your partner have been dreaming of. Our conservatory, with panoramic views looking out onto the delightful gardens and golf course will be your canvas to style as you wish. Looking for something bigger? We welcome marquees on our lawn allowing you to accommodate up to 150 guests. In Autumn 2020 we will be opening a brand new Country Club and Function venue that can cater for up to 150 guests. Work with our AA Rosette Chef to develop your own menu or choose from our carefully selected wedding breakfast menus. All food is fresh seasonal produce sourced right here from local farmers wherever possible. With a golf course, spa, beautifully manicured gardens (with some secret photo shots) and just a 5 minute drive from the stunning coast - we are a must visit venue for your big day.


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 30 and 50
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
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Location & Contact Details


Hunstanton Road, Heacham, Norfolk, PE31 7JX, England

Travel Notes

Easily accessible from all major motorways and just a 5 minute drive from the beach. Accessibility is easy for all.

Nearest Town


Nearest Motorway & Junction


Nearest Train Station

King's Lynn

Nearest Airport


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What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Meet the venue's wedding coordinator in person. Always ask questions, spend the time to discuss your wedding plans and take away information so that you have a written record of what is discussed – Remember to take the organisers name, number so that you have a point of contact for the company. Take photos to remember cool ideas.

What’s your favourite personal touch you’ve seen at a wedding?

Is there something your partner is really passionate about? Try and incorporate it into the wedding in a small way; even better if you can pull it off as a surprise. We once had a wedding with mini cricket bats as table markers. We particularly loved this touch as Heacham Manor was once owned by the legendary Edrich family. Denis Compton is rumoured to have bowled to Bill Edrich on the manor's lawn.

Where’s the best photo spot at your venue?

Heacham Manor boasts some great photo spots, both inside our historic manor house and on the surrounding ground. Some couples even travel to the nearby Heacham or Hunstanton beaches and the regal Sandringham House Gates to include unique local landmarks. However, our favourite spots are our pond, tree swing and arbour alongside our iconic mulberry tree.

What is your venue's most unique feature?

Our 400-year old Mulberry Tree that legend has it was planted by Native American Princess Pocahontas, while visiting with her husband John Rolfe. The red mulberry was a very important part of Native American culture, used for medicine and clothing dye, and our tree still bares fruit to this day.