The diverse picturesque locations throughout the grounds of Leadenham House provide every opportunity to craft a unique and perfect English country wedding, whether a church wedding or a civil ceremony, whether an intimate 50 seat gathering in the house itself or grand celebration in a marquee, yurt, or tipi.
Leadenham House is a historic Grade 2* Listed Georgian country house, complete with a large quad of Palladian-style Georgian stables, set in extensive gardens and parkland, commanding spectacular views west across The Trent Valley, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire as far as the Derbyshire Foothills and taking in the Vale of Belvoir to the south and Lincoln Cathedral to the north.
The house itself offers a choice of three ceremony spaces, licences for which will be applied for immediately following the 2020 Covid-19 lockdown, including two rooms in the house and a Loggia on the terrace overlooking the house lawns for outdoor weddings.
With a number of variously sized reception rooms, the house is ideal for intimate weddings of 50 seated guests with capacity for a further 30 guests to join them for an evening party.
The south gardens, overlooked by Leadenham House and overlooking the park, set among towering beech trees in gardens that are curated by head gardener and talented florist Teresa ‘FloweryT’ Lowery, the south lawn is where a marquee, tipi, yurt or Sperry tent may be pitched for an outdoor wedding reception. Catering for seated parties of up to 120 guests with option for additional evening guests up to 200.
Set in a vast landscape with spectacular views, 120 acres of pasture, woodland, avenues, lakes and ponds, the park is also a wonderful setting for an outdoor country wedding reception, with endless opportunities and unlimited* guest numbers.
Within the house grounds are the Palladian-style stables, currently undergoing full renovation to cater for 400+ guests within a purposely restored barn with private south facing garden.