For Exclusive Use Wedding Venues See Aynhoe Park

Grade I listed seventeenth century country house, Aynhoe Park, is a private residence which is now ready to open its doors.


The mix of classical, gothic and modern decoration coupled with its scale and the beauty of the surrounding countryside makes this an exceptional venue for all types of event.

Aynhoe Park holds a Civil Licence for up to 200 guests allowing weddings and civil partnership ceremonies to take place in the house. Aynhoe Park also provides a professional, bespoke wedding and event planning service.

Your search for Unusual wedding venues ends here!

With the differing rooms available, capacity is not an issue. The only problem is the choice available, there are at least five rooms capable of holding a really good bash.


However, For parties greater than can be hosted in the house, Aynhoe Park has manicured lawns with breathtaking views, perfect for siting a marquee. For wedding venues Oxford cannot offer better.

The house has been rebuilt and remodelled throughout history, first by Thomas Archer in 1700 and then, a century later, by Sir John Soane.

Its current owner, James Perkins, has re-invented the house, bringing it into the twenty-first century whilst remaining sympathetic to its history.

The most recent renovation has been recognised by the Georgian Society, who have awarded a commendation in their 2009 Architectural Awards.

This is a location that needs to be explored. Many surprises lurk around the next corner, like the taxidermy, the delightful gothic touches and one of the world`s greatest private collections of plaster casts.

Aynhoe Park has eleven stylishly decorated double bedroom suites available, which benefit from a Butler service, with breakfast included.

As a house, it is steeped in history and fine architecture. As an events venue, you could not ask for a more delightful location.

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