An exquisite Grade II* estate, surrounded by a plethora of pretty gardens, both formal and open, sprawling woodland and a picturesque lake, Oxnead Hall is an idyllic spot. From the historic building itself to the medieval church on-site, to the Orangery and the Great Barn, Oxnead Hall is one of the most versatile and unique wedding venues in the UK.
Oxnead Hall was built for Sir Clement Paston in 1580. The gardens are largely as they were in 1600 and the impressive Hall was once the service wing of the Great House. An important piece of English history as well as infamous for its beauty, Oxnead Hall was the home of the Paston family until the 18th century. The Pastons cemented their place in history as the writers of Britain’s oldest record of surviving private letters.
Today, Oxnead Hall is a Grade II* family home and offers modern brides and grooms a destination wedding venue, which perfectly mixes grand and personal, historical and modern, secluded and spacious. However you envisage getting married in Norfolk, you’ll have exclusive access to Oxnead Hall to make it a day to remember.